Economic optimism in Indiana’s agriculture sector has fallen for a second straight month, according to Purdue University researchers.
The potential for changing estate tax rules and rising costs are among the suspected reasons for a drop in optimism in Indiana’s agriculture sector.
Indiana’s agriculture community remains optimistic about its future.
Optimism appears to be rising in Indiana’s ag sector.
The Indiana agriculture sector’s view of current economic conditions have changed little when comparing February to January.
Indiana’s agriculture sector appears to be uncertain about its long-term outlook but believes this year should be better than 2020.
Grants up to $25,000 to develop food councils around the state are available through Indiana Grown.
Signs of improving crop prices are contributing to a rise in Indiana farmers’ optimism about the state’s ag economy.
Shopping for locally grown or produced items just got little easier in Indiana.
Three meat processors in La Porte and Elkhart counties are receiving a share of $4 million in state grants to protect workers and operations during the pandemic.