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Indiana House Enrolled Act 1003 changes the way we litigate administrative appeals. This will impact confined feeding challenges, permit modification appeals, and other regulatory decisions by our the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM). Lady Justice considering an administrative appeal First,...
In early 2023, Indiana Pork used a consulting firm to conduct qualitative research with decision makers and human resources staff from several pork producing entities of varying sizes and types from all over the state. These industry leaders prioritized...
Beginning in mid-February, Indiana Pork will host a series of regional meetings throughout the state for pork producers. During the meeting, Indiana Pork staff will update attendees on activities of the association as well as local, state, and federal...
Producer Meritorious Service Award winner Randy Salsbery (on left) being presented his award by Tipton County pig farmer Keith Schoettmer. Indiana Pork recently presented three awards to individuals who have dedicated much time to advancing the pig industry. Randy Salsbery was...
Indianapolis chef Craig Baker took home the top award at this year’s Taste of Elegance held on January 17, 2024 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom in Indianapolis. The premier chef’s competition, hosted by Indiana Pork, is a culinary event...
A Purdue University team, led by Jiqin (JQ) Ni, has been awarded a $500,000 grant from the Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research to tackle the lack of air-quality data in pork production. The initiative, in collaboration with the...
Farmscape for October 4, 2023 Full Interview 8:40 Listen The Indiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory at Purdue University is now providing the diagnostic data it collects on swine to the Swine Disease Reporting System. The Swine Health Information Center...
Consumers generally remain more optimistic about food prices compared to a year ago. However, individuals self-identified as having liberal political beliefs predict lower food inflation than those who identify as being conservative, according to the August 2023 Consumer Food...
AgriNovus released new research today showing Indiana as an emerging hub for agtech innovation due to its strengths in agriculture and technology. Conducted by TEConomy Partners, the study entitled The Intersection of Agbioscience and Tech, identified the growth of tech-related...
 Opening in the Summer of 2023, the new Indiana Farm Bureau Fall Creek Pavilion will be a multi-use building. First and foremost, it will be a best-in-class livestock facility, but it will also be a modern, flexible space that...
A new two-year appropriations budget adopted by the Indiana General Assembly this spring contains good news for the Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (ADDL) at Purdue University. A key priority for the laboratory was to make the case for increased...
As a parent of five kids, ages nine to 21, our family constantly goes in different directions. Wrestling practice, dance, cross-country and track, cheer, baseball, school, part-time jobs — it’s almost like my wife and I work as air...
  Download Image WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A Purdue University team led by Jiqin (JQ) Ni has received a $500,000 grant from the Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research to document air-quality issues surrounding pork production in partnership with the National Pork Board. Particulate matter (PM) at high concentrations...
State and federal courts have long held that a constitutional taking may occur from government-induced flooding. The Indiana Supreme Court recently handed down a unanimous decision explaining how courts should analyze permanent and temporary takings by flood waters. This...
The National Pork Producers Council has awarded scholarships to 10 college students who intend to pursue careers in the U.S. pork industry. The Lois Britt Memorial Pork Industry Scholarship program is sponsored by CME Group and the National Pork...