Free Purdue weed science field day for farmers

WEST LAFAYETTE — Join Purdue experts for the Purdue Weed Science field day on June 30 at the Throckmorton Purdue Agricultural Center (TPAC). Participants will…

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Free Webinar on Farms Under Threat 2040: Choosing an Abundant Future

INDIANA – American farmland and ranchland are rapidly disappearing, threatening our food security, undermining the agricultural economy, and making us vulnerable to climate shocks. What…

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USDA reminds producers to file Crop Acreage Reports

INDIANA – Agricultural producers who have not yet completed their crop acreage reports after spring planting should make an appointment with their local Farm Service…

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Purdue to host agronomic scouting training for interns

WEST LAFAYETTE — Interns at agricultural companies are invited to attend a Field Scout Intern Training event hosted by the Purdue Crop Diagnostic Training and…

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Planting season is here; remain alert to large farm equipment on Indiana roads

INDIANA — Planting season is quickly approaching for Indiana’s 94,000 farmers. With the warm weather and sunshine, Hoosier motorists will also see more large slow-moving farm…

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USDA Origin of Livestock final rule for organic dairy published in federal register

WASHINGTON – Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture published the highly anticipated Origin of Livestock (OOL) final rule for organic dairy in the Federal Register….

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Ag Economy Barometer slides lower, producers concerned about war’s impact on input prices

INDIANA — The Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer dipped to a reading of 113 in March, down 12 points from February and 36% lower than March…

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Stand Up for Grain Safety, April 4-8, 2022

INDIANA – Every year hundreds of employees are injured or die from preventable hazards while working in grain storage and handling. Safety doesn’t need to…

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Purdue receives over $2.8 million in USDA/NIFA funding for National AgrAbility, Indiana AgrAbility projects

WEST LAFAYETTE — The Agricultural and Biological Engineering AgrAbility Program at Purdue University has received $2,124,000 in funding for the National AgrAbility Project and $720,000…

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Progress made in the stop of avian flu in Greene and Dubois Counties

INDIANA – Progress is being made in stopping the bout of avian flu that has seriously affected six farms in Dubois and Greene counties. Indiana…

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