Other key agriculture-related bills that were supported by INFB and were passed during the 2018 legislative session include:
- HEA1089 – Makes changes to the authority of the St. Joseph River Basin Commission and includes surveyors and Soil and Water Conservation District staff on the commission.
- HEA1115 – Protects landowners from liability if someone goes through or upon their property for the purposes of accessing a trail or greenway.
- HEA1227 – Adds waterhemp, marestail, Palmer amaranth, Powell amaranth, smooth pigweed, rough pigweed and poison hemlock to the noxious weed list.
- HEA1233 – Authorizes a study committee to review government programs and research related to non-point source impacts on water quality. Among other provisions, it also approves the use of purple marks, which are painted on trees or fence posts as a way of expanding the options for marking property and providing notice against trespassing.
- HEA1263 – Allows a county council to establish a 0.2 percent local income tax for corrections and rehabilitation facilities.
- SEA212 – Allows bulk milk haulers to obtain an annual overweight milk hauling permit instead of the previous one-time use permit.
- SEA331 – Authorizes the State Department of Health to adopt rules to implement the Food Safety Modernization Act produce rule.