Agriculture

Fruit farmers getting a better look at crop damage after blossoms open up


Southwest Michigan farmers face crop damage after cold snap


Lawmakers meet with Michiana farmers to talk agriculture, trade


Indiana seeks federal aid for 88 counties over crop losses


Indiana farmers near planting completion after wet spring


Vet weighs in on undercover Fair Oaks Farms video


Animal Recovery Mission in war of words with Newton County Prosecutor's Office


Local peach farmer feels the impact from polar vortex


Historic slow start to planting continues for Indiana


USDA working 'feverishly' on multi-billion dollar aid package for distressed farmers


Soybean prices near 10-year low due to tariffs on Chinese exports


Activist group infiltrates Indiana farm to create animal cruelty videos


Farmers in Marshall Co. concerned about late planting season


Michiana farmers talk challenges in severe cold


Marshall Co. woman loses arm, leg in farming accident


China tariffs could affect local pork producers


Remembering the St. Joseph County 4-H 'Fair-y' grandmother


Michigan fruit growers concerned about fluctuating temps


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