Indiana’s agbioscience sector directly contributes more than $58 billion to Indiana’s economy — an increase of more than $6 billion since 2018, according to research from AgriNovus.
Nineteen Indiana wood manufacturing firms have been included on the 2023 FDMC 300 list, which ranks the largest cabinet, furniture, millwork, store fixture, office/contract and component producers in North America.
2022 will go into the record books as the third-costliest year for weather disasters in U.S. history, with an estimated $165 billion in total economic losses.
Hundreds of young women took the opportunity to interact with women working in the agricultural industry during the Women Changing the Face of Agriculture event.
The feeling of not belonging can make people question their own identity. “To overcome the feeling of not belonging, we need to shift our focus from our internal feelings and insecurities to outward things like doing something we love,” said Miriam Hoffman.
Half of the Federal Reserve districts reported in a survey little or no change in economic activity while the remaining half noted a modest expansion since early January.
Three Indiana soybean growers traveled to Washington to talk with lawmakers and their staffs about the upcoming farm bill.
American Soybean Association and Illinois Soybean Association directors, alongside ISA staff, recently visited the nation’s capital to meet with legislators and to visit both the embassies of Taiwan and India.
March is National Women’s History Month, and Indiana Farm Bureau recognized women who have contributed to Indiana’s ag industry.