May 11, 2018
Randy Kron: Tariff implications shouldn’t be trivialized

INFB President Randy Kron outlines the impact that new U.S. - China tariffs could have on Indiana farmers. READ MORE

May 09, 2018
Crouch: Indiana needs “our fair share” of infrastructure dollars for broadband

Marshall County Farm Bureau president Charlie Houin demonstrated to Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch during a recent tour of his farm in Bremen, how essential reliable broadband connectivity is to modern, technology driven agriculture. READ MORE

April 30, 2018
Farmers on the roadways

Vigo County Farm Bureau president Marty Evans and member Brad Burbrink provide valuable safety tips for drivers sharing the road with farmers and their equipment this planting season. READ MORE

April 18, 2018
Ag experts troubled by GOP Senate candidates' tariff talk

An Indiana Farm Bureau staffer--national government relations director Bob White--and leadership volunteer--State Young Farmer Committee representative and Shelby County corn soybean farmer Andy Fix--voice their concerns about the impact a tariff war could have on individual farmers and the Indiana economy. READ MORE

April 17, 2018
Indiana Farm Bureau helps launch new county agriculture programs

Five county Farm Bureaus will be able to expand or create local programs or events, thanks to Indiana Farm Bureau program development grants. Farm Bureaus in Rush, Jay, Decatur, Clinton and Pulaski will utilize funding to: provide grain bin safety education; develop an after-school healthy cooking club; support Farmers Feeding the Flock; re-invigorate a 4-H goat club and launch a life cycle of a chicken school-based program, respectively. READ MORE

April 13, 2018
Experts: Indiana could benefit if U.S. rejoins TPP negotiations

According to director of national government relations Bob White, Indiana Farm Bureau is encouraged by the Trump administration's decision to rethink its position on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and is hopeful about what it could mean for Hoosier farmers. READ MORE

April 12, 2018
Soil moisture concerns farmers preparing to plant crops

Bob White of Indiana Farm Bureau explains farmers' concerns about the effect that heavy precipitation and colder temperatures is having on the spring planting. READ MORE

April 03, 2018
Tariffs affect local farmers

Indiana grain and cattle farmer and Farm Bureau member Terry Hayhurst of Hayhurst Farms shares his perspective on the current trade war between the U.S. and China. READ MORE

April 02, 2018
In U.S.-China trade war, Indiana pork producers could get chopped

Indiana Farm Bureau's Bob White, director of national governmenl relations, shares his concerns about China's announced tariff on U.S. pork and the potential damage future tariffs could have on other Indiana farm products. READ MORE

March 30, 2018
Purdue Agricultural Economics Department Honors Katrina Hall

Katrina Hall of Indiana Farm Bureau was one of four 2018 Purdue University Department of Agriculture Economics APEX honorees. READ MORE

March 29, 2018
Down on the farm

State government relations director for INFB Justin Schneider outlines how Indiana farmers are affected by recent state and national decisions. READ MORE

March 28, 2018
Low grocery prices, high stress for dairy farms

Indiana Farm Bureau's Spring Market Basket Survey estimates that family meals will cost less than $5 a person this season. The biggest contributing factor was the decrease in milk prices. That good news was couched in a request by Isabella Chism, INFB second vice president, for Hoosiers to buy dairy products to support farmers as they face milk surplus, low price and buyer challenges. READ MORE

March 27, 2018
Indiana farmers fear fallout from proposed tariffs

Henry County farmer Aaron Chalfant speaks about the potential negative impact of tariffs on Indiana farm products. Chalfant is chairman of the Indiana Farm Bureau State Young Farmer Committee. READ MORE

March 26, 2018
ISDA and INFB heads discuss Dean Foods situation

Indiana Farm Bureau and ISDA officials, concerned by Dean Foods termination of contracts with 27 dairy farms, examine both short-term options and long-term solutions. READ MORE

March 21, 2018
Ag Day teaches Lake County's urban and suburban kids the importance of farming

At their annual Ag Day celebration, Lake County Farm Bureau and Purdue Extension volunteers taught urban and suburban schoolchildren about farming and agriculture related products. READ MORE

March 20, 2018
Impact of agriculture in Indiana, celebrated on National Ag Day

Indiana Farm Bureau highlights agriculture's significant impact on the state, nation and world in recognition of National Ag Day. READ MORE

March 19, 2018
Strike up the broadband

President Randy Kron and director of state government relations Justin Schneider of Indiana Farm Bureau view the Indiana legislature’s passage of House Enrolled Act 1065, as demonstration of the state's commitment to one of the organization's top public policy priorities: rural broadband. READ MORE

March 19, 2018
Indiana Farm Bureau highlights successes in 2018

INFB president Randy Kron and director of public policy Katrina Hall commend Farm Bureau members for their tireless efforts to further ag and rural friendly legislation during the 2018 session of the Indiana General Assembly. READ MORE

March 16, 2018
Farm Bureau declares success in legislature

Indiana Farm Bureau credits member involvement and advocacy in advancing action on rural internet access and other agriculture related issues during the 2018 session of the Indiana General Assembly. READ MORE

March 13, 2018
Indiana Farm Bureau honors outstanding volunteers at 2018 Spring Conference

Twelve Indiana Farm Bureau volunteers and two county Farm Bureau programs were recognized at the organization's 2018 Spring Conference for advancing agricultural literacy in their local schools and communities. Marlene Fudge of Rush County was named the Ag in the Classroom Volunteer of the Year. READ MORE