A new Purdue Extension publication gives community leaders insight into the methamphetamine scourge so they can work to solve the problems it causes in Indiana, which leads the nation in meth lab raids.
A new Purdue Extension publication can help both beginning and established marine shrimp farmers make their operations the most productive and cost-effective they can be in an industry that is growing and becoming more competitive.
Fruit, vegetable and other specialty crop producers have until Jan. 14 to apply for enhanced coverage for the 2015 crop year through the federal Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program, commonly known as NAP.
Cold stress on beef herds should be addressed for animals during the winter to maintain necessary body condition going into the calving season, a Purdue Extension beef cattle specialist says.
Starting this month, Purdue Extension will offer a series of traditional winter farm meetings with a digital-age twist: Participants and presenters from throughout the state will be linked via the Internet.
High school students and their families can learn about college financial aid during a program by Purdue University's Division of Financial Aid and the Ivy Tech Community College Lafayette financial aid office. The presentation is sponsored by the Indiana Student Financial Aid Association.
Purdue Extension's third annual Indiana Small Farm Conference in March will provide information to help owners of small farms better manage their operations and market their products