THANK A FARMER
Agriculture is the backbone of Hoosier life. Our farmers feed the world and sustain the local economy. We salute them in "Thank a Farmer."
Ten years after starting Twin Willows farm, Erica Hopkins says she still learns something new every day.
MILFORD — Local farmers Mark and Kristina Hostetler are in a transition period on their small farm. They are switching from a beef cattle operation to a small, conventional, but grass-fed dairy operation.
GALVESTON – When families delve into the agriculture scene, common crops that pop up are corn, soybeans, and wheat. And that’s no different for the Wilson and Miller families.
ELKHART — Jared Bell is on a mission to make mushroom farming a new agricultural powerhouse in the state.
Jordan Zehner and Danny Serna came to her home town of Logansport because they felt it was the best place to do their kind of farming.
GOSHEN — Craig and Jessica Blough’s son Theodore is now the fourth generation to be living on the Blough family farm along C.R. 29 north of Goshen and so far, he seems pretty excited about the Angus cattle that share his property.
ATLANTA, INDIANA — Five years ago, Nick Mumbower decided to buy a single beehive to place on his property located just outside Atlanta.
For five generations the Simmermon family has been farming near the town of Lapel.
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Teresa May, 58, of New Johnsonville, Tennessee, passed away July 9, 2021. Teresa was born March 19, 1963, in Vincennes, Indiana, to Robert and Mary (McPherson) May. Teresa was a loving mother, grandmother, daughter, sister and friend to many. She had a love for crocheting and was an avid col…
Judy Gress Hay of Canada passed away July 14, 2021. Born Sept. 6, 1941, to Rex and Ermel Gress, she is survived by brothers Tom and Rex Gress, and three children. Her husband, Douglas, preceded her in death.
VIOLA SUMMERS — The funeral for Viola Summers was held at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 24, 2021, at Loogootee United Methodist Church, with Derl Littrell and Colleen Harden officiating. Burial was in St. John Cemetery.
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