July 06, 2020
Indiana Farm Bureau Still Supporting 4-H at Modified State Fair

Andy Eubank, Hoosier Ag Today reporter, spoke with Chelsea Poe, INFB's membership development manager, about how INFB will be supporting youth livestock exhibitors during this year's Indiana State Fair. READ MORE

July 06, 2020
INFB supports Indiana livestock youth at Indiana State Fair

Indiana Farm Bureau is focused on supporting youth in agriculture at this year’s modified Indiana State Fair 4-H Livestock Competition and Project Showcase, including the exhibitor experience and livestock showmanship competitions. READ MORE

June 22, 2020
Pandemic Causes Food Prices To Spike Throughout The Nation

Randy Kron, INFB president, recently spoke with Indiana Public Media about how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting food prices. READ MORE

June 22, 2020
Indiana Agricultural Law Foundation's farm estate & succession planning event

Registration is now open for the Indiana Agricultural Law Foundation’s (INAgLaw) 2020 Estate & Succession Planning for the Family Farm event. Due to safety concerns surrounding COVID-19, this year’s event will be hosted virtually, via video conferencing, and will be free of charge for all attendees. READ MORE

June 10, 2020
Existing Dicamba Inventory Can be Used in Indiana Through June 20

INFB President Randy Kron spoke with Hoosier Ag Today the recent ruling from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals regarding the use of dicamba. READ MORE

June 08, 2020
Growing Climate Solutions Act applauded

INFB President Randy Kron commented on the Growing Climate Solutions Act saying the bill is "an important step in recognizing that agriculture and forestry can be significant partners in sustainability." READ MORE

May 18, 2020
Food prices highest they’ve been in over 40 years

INFB President Randy Kron spoke with local news station WEHT in Evansville about the rising food prices consumers are seeing and other impacts of COVID-19. READ MORE

May 14, 2020
Kron: ‘It’s a Logistics Issue, Not a Food Issue’

With some restaurant locations in short supply of meat products, Hoosier Ag Today reported on supply chain issues caused by COVID-19. INFB President Kron says the issue is not food issue, but a logistics issue. READ MORE

May 07, 2020
Purdue Sophomore Wins Farm Bureau Collegiate Discussion Meet

Hoosier Ag Today spoke with Grace Hasler, INFB Collegiate Farm Bureau member from Purdue University, who won the AFBF Young Farmers & Ranchers discussion meet. READ MORE

April 29, 2020
Trump to Use Defense Production Act to Keep Meatpackers Open

Hoosier Ag Today's coverage of President Trump's announcement of his intention to sign an executive order to keep meatpacking plants open during the COVID-19 pandemic, including a statement from INFB President Randy Kron. READ MORE

April 22, 2020
INFB AgELECT PAC Endorses 11 Primary Candidates

Indiana Farm Bureau AgELECT, the organization’s state-level, nonpartisan political action committee, has endorsed 11 candidates running for Statehouse seats in the 2020 primary election. READ MORE

April 22, 2020
COVID-19 didn't disrupt meat and grain supply; It did interrupt distribution

Kendell Culp, INFB vice president, spoke with WTHR-TV about the disruption that COVID-19 has caused in America's food supply chain. Our farmers are growing plenty of food, we're just buying it differently now. READ MORE

April 21, 2020
Hoosier Farmers In Line for Federal Help for Pandemic

Inside INdiana Business spoke with Bob White, INFB's director of national government relations, about the USDA programs created to help farmers navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. READ MORE

April 17, 2020
Perdue: There is Enough Food to Feed American People

Randy Kron, INFB president, spoke with Hoosier Ag Today about the nation's food supply during the COVID-19 pandemic. Kron said farmers will still be putting a crop in the ground this planting season. READ MORE

April 17, 2020
Where to Turn for Help With Small Business Administration Forgivable Loans

Eric Pfeiffer, Hoosier Ag Today reporter, spoke with Bob White, INFB's director of national government relations, about the U.S. Small Business Administration loans available through the CARES Act. READ MORE

April 07, 2020
INFB to Host Agriculture Education Workshops for Teachers

Indiana Farm Bureau will host three educator workshops this June for Agriculture in the Classroom volunteers and any interested teachers. Ag in the Classroom is a program led by INFB which helps bring agriculture education into Indiana’s schools. READ MORE

April 01, 2020
Getting Ready for the 2020 Planting Season in Northern Indiana

Charlie Houin, Marshall County Farm Bureau president, spoke with Hoosier Ag Today about the 2020 planting season. Houin explains how he's prepared and what he's expecting this year. READ MORE

March 31, 2020
INFB Donates to Gleaners Food Bank in Response to COVID-19

In response to the economic strain caused by COVID-19, Indiana Farm Bureau has donated $5,000 to Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, Inc. to help provide food to those affected by this pandemic. READ MORE

March 30, 2020
Legislative action means new health care options for many

Indiana Prairie Farmer covered the INFB health care initiative including why a legislative fix was needed, what comes next and other details. READ MORE

March 30, 2020
Here's how the $2 trillion federal stimulus will help Hoosiers

INFB President Randy Kron spoke with the Indy Star about the federal stimulus package crafted in response to COVID-19 that passed on March 27. Kron spoke to the agricultural component of the stimulus package. READ MORE