Indiana's projected record corn and soybean crops will likely result in backups at the state's grain handling facilities and delay some farmers from harvesting, Purdue agricultural economist Chris Hurt says.
Purdue's Discovery Learning Research Center leads conference focused on transforming STEM undergraduate education
Efforts to transform learning for college undergraduate students in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) will be the focus of a national conference this month led by Purdue University's Discovery Learning Research Center.
A few simple precautions and a little bit of common sense can go a long way toward helping prevent farm-related accidents and injuries, especially at harvest time, two Purdue University agricultural educators say.
This year’s projected record corn crop has many farmers looking for alternatives to traditional storage bins and silos, which are expected to fill up quickly now that the harvest is underway.
Purdue Extension will co-host a meeting in Wabash on opportunities and available technology for 'second generation' bioenergy crops.
The Military Family Research Institute at Purdue University has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Got Your 6 campaign to support six key pillars of veterans' reintegration to the civilian world: jobs, education, health, housing, family and leadership.
A new federal report suggests that pork producers will be able to get more pork to consumers - and more quickly - than had been expected, Purdue University agricultural economist Chris Hurt says.