Our sweet corn season is in full swing. We are selling in Galveston six days a week in addition to the Logansport farmers market. We also sell at the Logansport and Kokomo farmers markets.
From drinks to desserts, breakfast, lunch and supper, the food court at Historic Farm Days is back with a full menu.
They might be family, their moms are sisters, but when it comes to FFA, Emma Dinges and Natalie Pratt go their own way.
The Argentinean soybean crop is suffering due to drought conditions. Indiana Soybean Alliance board members and staff saw the damage up close during a recent trip to the country.
Indiana soybean farmers and members of the Indiana Soybean Alliance visited Argentina Jan. 21-29. During the trip they learned about the country’s infrastructure and technology and observed how the current crop is growing.
Four newly elected board members began their service on the Indiana Soybean Alliance’s Board of Directors, while a handful of directors were selected as executive officers during two days of meetings.
In Kirsten Wyatt’s agriculture science classroom in Paxton, an unusual piece of equipment helps high school students learn genomics. Not a microscope or a PCR machine, but a popcorn popper.
Lincoln Slagel enjoys doing research and when his college roommate introduced him to craft beer, he looked deeper into it.
The Star in Agriculture Placement award will be presented during the Stars over Illinois ceremony June 15.
Indiana Farm Bureau welcomed two new district leaders into state leadership roles this year — a new district director who joins the INFB board of directors and a new district education and outreach coordinator who joins the INFB Women’s Leadership Committee.
Three new farmers were elected to the Indiana Soybean Alliance board of directors while five soybean growers were reelected.
Nebraska usually ranks No. 1 in popcorn production, but last year Indiana had the highest acreage of popcorn planted.
Growing popcorn isn’t for every farmer. But but for some, it’s a profitable part of their business.
National Popcorn Day will be celebrated Jan. 19 — the perfect time to enjoy a bowl of your favorite popcorn.
Steve Leesman’s move into organic crop production began several years ago as an answer to consumer demand and he has continued this diverse farming operation in Logan County, Illinois.