By Sarah Correll
Want to know more about what’s happening on Indiana farms? Looking for a great new recipe? Indiana has a wonderful group of food and farm bloggers that would love to fill you in!
Jent Campbell writes about her family’s life on their 6th generation crop farm.
Curious about cattle? Life lessons and happenings from a beef farm are shared by Lana Wallpe here!
Professionally, she promotes Indiana wines and wineries. Personally, she’s a farmwife, farmer’s daughter, and farm mom. Jeanette’s blog is full of information about pigs, wine, and family fun.
Delphi wheat, soybean, and popcorn farmer Brian Scott shares the weekly happenings of his farm in photos.
Read about Heather Hill’s family pork farm here!
The Indiana FFA State Officers, a team of seven recent high school graduates, share their adventures traveling the state learning and teaching about Indiana agriculture.
Meggie is an agriculture professional, farmwife, mom, and great cook. Keep up with her life here!
The American Dairy Association of Indiana blogs about dairy recipes and news.
Chelsea Nord keeps us up-to-date on her life as a young professional in agriculture.
Sisters-in-law Amy and Liz Kelsay live on a family dairy farm just outside of Indianapolis. Read their blog to find out about their families, farms, and food.
MaryBeth balances a new baby and her job as a veterinarian all while keeping us informed of what’s happening on her family’s beef farm.
Abigail Maurer loves people, food, and words. She combines the three as she shares about Indiana agriculture on this great blog!
Gardening, cooking, and working in Indiana agriculture keep Amy Ott very busy. She shares her tips and tricks in her blog posts.
Are we missing anyone? Share your favorite Indiana agriculture bloggers in the comments below!