Indiana Corn Marketing Council news
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.
Taking complex agricultural research from concept to project to practical application in the field requires specials skills. To find those skills requires a search for professionals with a history of accomplishment.
The Indiana Corn Growers Association hosted its annual High Octane Fuel Summit in Indianapolis. The summit is designed to tout the benefits of higher blends of ethanol fuel to fueling station retailers and similar stakeholders.
Farmers should be aware of changes to the state’s Grain Indemnity Fund, according to Harry Wilmoth, director of the Indiana Grain Buyers and Warehouse Licensing Agency.
Many Hoosier farmers today have benefitted from the choices and plans made by their fathers or grandfathers more than 50 years ago. The practice of planning for a farm’s future is a legacy that can be passed forward to tomorrow’s generations.
The Indiana Corn Growers Association and the Indiana Soybean Alliance’s Membership and Policy Committee will present the annual Ag Policy Summit from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. EDT July 27 at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds in Danville. The theme is “Sustainability and New Trends in Agriculture.”
The Indiana Corn Marketing Council plans to take part in the next Heartland Whiskey Competition, July 22-23 in Louisville, Kentucky, where craft distillers from across Indiana are invited to compete.