December 04, 2019
Legislation to Ease Estate Tax Burden on Farmers

Bob White, INFB's director of national government relations, recently spoke with Inside INdiana Business about legislation that could help farm families dealing with estate taxes and the transfer of farmland after a death in the family. READ MORE

November 26, 2019
Indiana Farm Bureau Lays Out 2020 Legislative Priorities

Wes Mills, Inside INdiana Business reporter, spoke with Katrina Hall, INFB's director of public policy, about the organization's 2020 legislative priorities. READ MORE

November 25, 2019
Hoosier Shoppers Save on 2019 Thanksgiving Dinner

Wes Mills, Inside INdiana Business reporter, spoke with INFB 2nd Vice President Isabella Chism about the results of INFB's Thanksgiving Market Basket survey. The results of the survey showed Hoosiers will spend 10% less on this year's Thanksgiving meal. READ MORE

November 25, 2019
Survey: Hoosiers Will Pay Less For Thanksgiving This Year

Local radio staion WIBC covered the results of INFB's Thanksgiving Market Basket survey. Results from market basket survey show Hoosier shoppers can expect to spend approximately 10% less at the grocery store this Thanksgiving. READ MORE

November 21, 2019
Indiana Farm Bureau Leaders Discuss 2020 Priorities at Statehouse

Indiana Farm Bureau announced the organization's legislative priorities for the 2020 session. Learn more in this coverage from Hoosier Ag Today. READ MORE

November 13, 2019
Farm debt projected to reach record high

Jon Sparks, INFB's District 6 Director, spoke with Sarah Jones at WTHR about some of the hurdles farmers have been facing in recent years, including weather instability, the economy and trade uncertainty. READ MORE

November 04, 2019
Couple honored for dedication to farm

Erica Quinlan, reporter for AgriNews, spoke with INFB's 2019 Young Farmer Achievement Award winners, Aaron and Lacy Sheller. Read the article to learn more about the Shellers and their operation. READ MORE

November 04, 2019
Meet INFB's Excellence in Agriculture award winners Eric and Megan Scheller

Erica Quinlan, reporter for AgriNews, spoke with INFB's 2019 Excellence in Agriculture winners, Eric and Megan Scheller, to learn more about the winners and their operation. READ MORE

October 28, 2019
Hemp for profit? New crop faces questions over market viability, sustainability

Andy Knight, reporter for the Herald Bulletin in Anderson, Indiana, spoke with INFB member Jay Berry about the 2019 hemp harvest. Berry is one of approximately 200 farmers in Indiana granted to grow hemp this year. The story covers Berry's experiences growing 50 acres of hemp this season. READ MORE

October 18, 2019
Challenges with the Indiana Hemp Harvest

This fall, thousands of acres of hemp will be harvested in Indiana for the first time in decades. Eric Pfeiffer, Hoosier Ag Today reporter, spoke with INFB Mark Boyer about this year's historic hemp harvest. READ MORE

October 10, 2019
INFB Convention will Celebrate 100 Years While Preparing for its Next 100

Andy Eubank, Hoosier Ag Today reporter, spoke with INFB President Randy Kron about the organization's annual convention. At the convention, which will be held Dec. 12-14 in French Lick, INFB members will celebrate INFB's 100th anniversary, attend breakout sessions, hear from speakers and much more. READ MORE

October 10, 2019
Grammy-nominated singer will perform at INFB convention

Grammy-nominated recording artist Josh Turner is scheduled to play at Indiana Farm Bureau's annual convention in French Lick on Thursday, Dec. 12. The Herald-Tribune shares the details of the concert and other INFB convention events. READ MORE

October 10, 2019
INFB Names Young Farmer Award Winners

Indiana Farm Bureau recently announced the winners of the 2019 Young Farmer Excellence in Agriculture Award and the Achievement Award. Amie Simpson, reporter for Brownfield Ag News, spoke with this year's winner, Eric and Megan Scheller of Vanderburgh County and Aaron and Lacey Sheller of Hamilton County. READ MORE

September 16, 2019
‘No one clear path’ for farmers' health care

As small business professionals, many in Indiana’s agriculture industry—whether in production or agribusiness—do not have access to cost-effective health insurance coverage for themselves or for employees. The Herald Bulletin spoke to INFB members about the issue and to INFB President Randy Kron about how Farm Bureau is exploring solutions. READ MORE

August 27, 2019
Indiana farm groups want Congress to green light NAFTA replacement. Here's why.

Passage of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) would stabilize two of Indiana's biggest export markets and bring relief to Hoosier farmers according to Bob White, INFB's director of government relations. READ MORE

August 10, 2019
Indiana Grown: Indiana Farm Bureau

Indiana Farm Bureau 2nd VP Isabella Chism visited WISH-TV 8's Daybreak studios to promote INFB's A Taste From Indiana Farms. "Taste," which runs Tuesday, Aug. 13 through Thursday, Aug. 15, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Farm Bureau Building at the Indiana State Fair, is a free event that highlights 10 agricultural commodities from across the state. READ MORE

August 09, 2019
Indiana farmers say trade war causing harm

Two of the farmers affected by the U.S.-China trade war are Indiana Farm Bureau members John Hardin and Brent Bible. Hardin has a hog operation. Both grow soybeans. They, and INFB national government relations director Bob White outline the negative impact of recent developments. READ MORE

July 24, 2019
Farmers' financial futures in question after delayed planting this spring

Bob White of Indiana Farm Bureau is worried about the financial impact that delayed spring planting and reduced global markets are having on younger Hoosier farmers. READ MORE

July 24, 2019
Indiana brewery helps Indiana Farm Bureau celebrate 100 years

Indiana Farm Bureau's chief marketing director Debra DeCourcy and Chris Johnson, president and co-owner of People Brewing Company, talk about 100th Harvest, their organizations' craft beer collaboration made with ingredients from INFB members and Indiana growers, RJ Honey, Sugar Creek Malt Company and Pines Farm Hops Farm. The beer was created to mark the organization's 100th anniversary and will launch at the Indiana State Fair Beer Garden. READ MORE

July 15, 2019
Holcomb requests USDA designate 88 counties agricultural disaster areas

Randy Kron, INFB president, is pleased that Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb sent an agricultural disaster designation request to USDA Secretary Perdue. The request includes 88 counties, which were affected by this spring’s historically wet planting season. READ MORE