Indiana Corn Growers Association news
Indiana Soybean Alliance led a 10-person delegation to Indonesia in February to meet potential soybean buyers and tour facilities.
Farmer leaders and staff with the Indiana Corn Growers Association and the Indiana Soybean Alliance discussed hot topics with state lawmakers at the annual Bacon Bar and Brunch legislative breakfast.
The Indiana Corn Growers Association elected Chris Cherry, a farmer from New Palestine, as president of the policy organization for 2024.
A series of Shop Talks are on the calendar with the goal of setting farm policy priorities. Indiana Corn Growers Association and Indiana Soybean Alliance’s Membership and Policy Committee host the Shop Talks.
More than 90 people attended the annual Ag Policy Summit at the Howard County Fairgrounds. Topics at the event included expanding conservation opportunities and the challenging financial landscape for farmers.
Several Indiana congressmen penned a letter highlighting the state’s priorities for the 2023 farm bill.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 9-0 that the Environmental Protection Agency went too far with its enforcement of “waters of the U.S.” in the Clean Water Act.
According to a recent study by the American Farm Bureau Federation, 71% of adults have not seen, read or heard about the farm bill. If you don’t live on a farm, why should you care?
Nothing sets the mood to talk about agriculture better than a buffet of farm-fresh bacon, eggs and corn fritters.
Corn farmers who want to advocate for agriculture to federal and state lawmakers should consider adding their name to the Indiana Corn Growers Association board 2023 election ballot.
Representatives from Indiana corn and soybean groups saw firsthand the tight security the U.S. Department of Agriculture has in place leading up to the release of its crop reports.
Agriculture organizations voiced support of the Biden administration’s move to lift the restrictions of using E15 gasoline during the summer.
The clock is ticking for the Biden administration and the Environmental Protection Agency to give the green light to year-round E15 sales as fuel terminal operators start to make decisions on summer fuel deliveries to gas stations and convenience stores.
Want to help advocate for Indiana’s ethanol industry? Want to protect farmers’ rights from government regulations? Then consider running for the Indiana Corn Growers Association board of directors.
Two farmers, Sarah Delbecq of Auburn and Mike Flock of Ramsey, have been reelected to the Indiana Corn Growers Association board, while a third farmer, Chris Cherry of New Palestine, earned his first election victory.