Indiana Corn Marketing Council news
Influencers from Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Peru, Colombia and Chile toured Indiana’s ethanol supply chain, thanks to a trip hosted by Indiana’s corn checkoff organizations and the U.S. Grains Council.
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.
Indiana corn and soybean farmers in the Upper White River Watershed have an opportunity to participate in a fully-funded cover crop program this fall.
Hoosier farmers interested in directing Indiana’s corn checkoff investments may now petition to run for one of the five seats up for election this year.
he Indiana Corn Marketing Council, the state’s corn checkoff program, celebrated its 15th anniversary with a variety of farm industry leaders, lawmakers and corn growers in Indianapolis.
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.
When it comes to spectator sports, not many events can match the vibrant colors, the unique sounds and the raw power of drag racing. All of that and more was on display at the Shift-S3ctor Indy Airstrip Attack at the Marion Municipal Airport.
Indiana farmer Josh Miller was elected chairman of the U.S. Grains Council’s Board of Directors. Miller is a fifth-generation farmer from Madison County. He grows 2,000 acres of corn and soybeans, primarily as a 100% no-till row crop operation.
Enrollment for the INfield Advantage program is open until Aug. 1. The program offers Indiana farmers resources and tools to try cover crops on their farms and evaluate the results before deciding to adopt the practice.
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.
Catalyxx Inc. was selected as one of the winners of the 2022 Research Grant Program through the Indiana Corn Marketing Council.
From awards to an optimistic outlook for high oleic soybeans, Indiana Soybean Alliance already has a lot to celebrate this year. The organization shared an update on the latest good news.
When trying to build something special, the best way is to start from the ground up. That is especially true when assembling a team to help Indiana’s farmers to yield more crops on less land with better resources.
Anita Howard lost her 18-year-old son Colten in a tragic grain bin engulfment accident in 2019. Howard’s story is tragic — but she shares it in hopes that even one life might be saved.
Anita Howard, mother of a grain entrapment victim, is on a mission to spread safety awareness. The best way to do so, she said, is to talk about safety.