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.
Cantaloupe growers explain why Southern Indiana is the ideal region for growing melons, thanks to its soil composition and temperate climate.
Milk is being honored through the Year of the Dairy Cows at the 2012 Indiana State Fair. Before you head out to the celebration, soak up some of these dairy facts.
A 90-year-old Decker, Indiana, woman recalls early memories of the state’s famous Decker melons.
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.
Indiana Landmarks’ Rural Preservation Council and the Indiana Farm Bureau co-sponsor an annual award that recognizes exemplary preservation of a rural/agricultural farm building.
Why do pigs roll in the mud? How long does it take for milk to go from cow to grocery aisle? What’s it like growing up on a farm?
Peppermint and spearmint have been grown in Indiana since the late 1800s. Today, the state ranks fourth in the nation in the production of peppermint and fifth in spearmint.
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.
Pork is Indiana’s third top commodity, and the state is the fifth-largest producer of pork in the United States. Here are some pork facts you might not know.