From high-tech robots to greener pastures, Indiana dairy farmers find new trends in milk production.
Akers Hatchery and Eggs and Rose Acre Farms show successful Indiana egg producers on both ends of the spectrum.
Fair Oaks Pig Adventure, an interactive activity educating people about pig farming and agriculture, is set to open in summer 2013.
Pembroke Oaks Hog Farm in Wheatfield goes above and beyond to commit to environmental efforts and sustainable farming.
Get your fill of the creamiest cheeses, ice cold milk, and refreshing ice cream at the 2012 Indiana State Fair as they honor the Year of Dairy Cows.
The winners of two of Indiana Farm Bureau’s most prestigious awards for young farmers share a love for agriculture, but they are accomplishing the goal of making it their life’s work in different ways.
Hoosiers who stroll through farmers markets in Muncie, Greenfield, Westfield and Geist might recognize Russell Sheep Co. from its wide range of locally raised meats including lamb chops, shanks and rack of lamb.
Feeling sheepish? Then you might want to attend the Indiana Sheep Symposium in Lebanon, Indiana, this fall.
Learn about Indiana’s Maple Leaf Duck Farms, their nationally renowned stewardship program and resource links to recipes, kitchen tips and nutritional information.
Dougherty family prides itself more on quality than quantity, raising grain-fed Black Angus cattle on their 2,000-acre, third-generation family farm.
Indiana, the second largest ice cream production state in the nation, is home to a spectrum of ice cream production from local on farm natural flavors to traditional comfort flavors on the grocery store shelves.
A Great Lakes Friday night fish fry just wouldn’t be the same without the sweet, mild flavor of the region’s favorite fish, yellow perch. Bell Aquaculture seeks to feed that demand with its farm-raised yellow perch.
Did you know that Indiana ranks among the top egg-producing states in the country?
Did you know that adding a pinch of salt to your quart or gallon of milk makes it stay fresh longer? Learn more about other dairy fun facts.
Established in 1837, Kelsay Farms is a sixth-generation family farm hosting nearly 10,000 visitors and students each year.
Beef up your knowledge with these facts on the cattle industry, the largest segment of American agriculture.