Ag Policy Summit is July 26 at Howard County Fairgrounds - Indiana Corn and Soy

Ag Policy Summit is July 26 at Howard County Fairgrounds

Join Indiana Soybean Alliance and Indiana Corn Growers Association on July 26 at the Howard County Fairgrounds in Greentown, Ind., for the annual Indiana Ag Policy Summit. This event is open to all farmers and agriculture industry professionals to participate in discussions on current agriculture policy that affects Hoosier corn and soybean farmers.

In this year’s Summit, John Ketzenberger from The Nature Conservancy (TNC) will explain how the TNC works alongside landowners to increase conservation adoption. He will give attendees report on additional federal conservation dollars available to farmers. As part of this presentation, Ketzenberger will be joined by farmers who will share their experiences with conservation adoptions.

A panel discussion highlighting the banking industry, interest rates and future insights is planned. The panelists will feature experts from First Farmers Bank and Trust, Farm Credit Mid-America, CliftonLarsonAllen, and 50 South Capital. Time for questions from the audience will be allotted.

Attendees will also hear from the new Indiana State Department of Agriculture Don Lamb. A farmer from Boone County, Lamb will report on the current work of ISDA and what plans he has for the agency in the near future.

This year’s sponsors include: FMC, Corteva Agriscience, First Farmers Bank and Trust, Beck’s Hybrids, Farm Credit Mid-America, Timpte, Conexus Indiana, and the United Soybean Board. Registration opens at 8 a.m. and the program will be from 8:30 a.m. to noon with lunch catered by Shoup’s Country Foods and time for networking to follow.

This event is free, so bring questions and a friend for a busy morning discussing Indiana agriculture. Register while space is available. To register, go online to or scan the QR code.






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