After months of debate and negotiation, Congress voted final approval Wednesday to a massive farm bill that will provide more than $400 billion for agriculture subsidies, conservation programs and food aid.
Between 75 percent and 80 percent of Americans who have a Christmas tree now have an artificial one, and the $1 billion market for fake trees is growing at about 4 percent a year.
U.S. farmers are pleased that Donald Trump and Xi Jinping agreed to a trade truce, but they’re not rejoicing just yet.
Agricultural and ag-technology firms in Indiana and throughout the Midwest are about to get a major shot of fertilizer from a California accelerator with blue-chip partners that plans to expand here.
Solinftec said Thursday it would invest $50.6 million to establish operations in the Hoosier state. The company makes technology that helps farmers collect and analyze data to increase crop returns.
Tariffs are weighing heavily on the tossup U.S. Senate contest between Democratic incumbent Joe Donnelly and Republican Mike Braun.
A McCordsville winery is closing its tasting room and calling off public events amid an ongoing battle with the town over a noise ordinance.
During his remarks at the National FFA Convention and Expo at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Saturday, President Donald Trump talked about the Pittsburgh shooting and trade deals, and brought two Indiana congressmen on stage.
South Dakota-based Poet made the announcement Friday in conjunction with President Donald Trump’s planned visit to Indianapolis on Saturday to give a speech during the annual FFA convention. In his appearance, Trump is expected to talk about the administration’s effort to help farmers by being more ethanol-friendly.
The highly interactive and sophisticated Blue Room at this year’s National FFA Convention & Expo knocked the socks off thousands of students at the Indiana Convention Center. The initiative to highlight the advances in agricultural technology will continue year-round online.
Crazy Horse Hops started with five acres of hops and has expanded steadily since. It’s also putting the finishing touches on a warehouse and processing facility.
A senior administration official said Monday that the EPA will publish a rule in coming days to allow high-ethanol blends as part of a package of proposed changes to the ethanol mandate.
Purdue officials say that evolving student interests and changes in the world of agriculture have driven continued and growing interest in the college's range of programs.
Canadian dairy farmers say they’re on the losing end of a new trade pact with the United States that will allow Americans to ship more milk north.
Professor Torbert’s Orange Corn has been bred to include more carotenoids, a set of key nutrients that provide color to vegetables and plants and help protect the eyes.
The Trump administration is providing up to $12 billion in emergency relief funds for American farmers, with roughly $6 billion in an initial round.
Government officials are pledging to work closely, particularly on matters of trade, agriculture research and investment.
The Corteva Agriscience spinoff, which includes the local operations of the former Dow AgroSciences unit, employs about 1,500 workers in Indianapolis.
IBJ Podcast host Mason King talks to two of them — Bruce Bordelon and Jill Blume — about Indiana’s wine industry, what makes it special and what to expect in the future.