What: Free Luncheon for farmers sponsored by Delphi Rotary Club
Where: Delphi United Methodist Church (located just south of Delphi High School)
When: February 28, 2017 from noon to 1 PM
Speaker: Michael Langemeier, Purdue Ag Econ Professor and Farm Bill Specialist will comment on the farm outlook and the farm bill.
RSVP: Eric Ross (Security Federal Bank ) or Jack Cross (Cross Appraisals)
January 19, 2017 | Education and Events | Comments Off on Delphi Rotary – Farmer Appreciation Lunch February 28
In addition, the Chamber Legislative Luncheon will be on Friday, January 27 at NOON at the Delphi Opera House. Cost is $10 per person with reservations due by Jan. 25. Online registration is available: Register for Legislative Lunch
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February 6 – February 13 – February 20
All sessions 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Carroll County Event and Education Center (4H Building)
Empowering Farm Women is a program that brings farm women together to increase their management skills for today’s agriculture businesses. Many farm women are currently managing some or all aspects in many farming operations. This program is designed to bring ladies together to explore and share management strategies to improve their farm businesses.
This year’s theme for the series is Healthy Farm, Healthy Family. Realizing that farm women delicately balance their business and family roles, we are focusing on a farm management topic, as well as a health topic during each session. The Empowering Farm Women program provides a safe environment for women to learn and grow together.
Join us for three sessions on topics that can help keep your family and farm business thriving during the challenging times ahead.
There is no cost to participate, and a light meal will be provided.
For more information, registration, and contact info, please download the flyer:
2017 Empowering Farm Women
January 17, 2017 | Education and Resources | Comments Off on Empowering Farm Women Program
Over the years, many water wells around old farmsteads have been left abandoned and unused. Water wells are a direct conduit between the land surface and the groundwater resource. Herbicides, pesticides, fertilizers, animal and human waste can all enter an abandoned well and potentially into our drinking water source. They also can pose a safety hazard especially for children.
The Carroll County Soil and Water Conservation District will provide assistance to landowners with the closure of abandoned water wells. The conservation district will provide cost-share at a rate of 75% of actual costs (up to $500.00 per well). All plugging activities must be conducted by a licensed well driller. These program funds are limited to total cost share of $ 1500 per calendar year, and application will be approved on a first come first serve basis.
More information, including application information, is available on the flyer: Abandoned Well Cost Share Flyer
This program is funded by the Carroll County Soil and Water Conservation District
January 17, 2017 | Resources | Comments Off on Abandoned Water Well – Cost Share Program Available
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Carroll County and White County Soil and Water Conservation Districts are sponsoring a Soil Conservation Workshop.
This program is eligible for Certified Education Units (CEUs) from Soil & Water Conservation.
- Date: Thursday, February 16
- Time: 8:30 am – noon
- Place: Wabash & Erie Canal Center, Delphi
- RSVP: Carroll County SWCD Office 765.564.4880 X 3
- or Carroll County CES Office: 574.967.3538
4R Strategies to Nitrogen Management, by Jim Sprowl, NorthCentral Coop
Herbicide Use and Cover Crops by Joe Ikley, Weed Science Research Associate, Purdue University
Transforming Drainage: Retaining Water for Increased Resiliency, by Jane Frankenberger, Purdue University, Department of Ag & Biological Engineering.
Download the brochure for more information: 2017-bicosoilconworkshop-brochure
January 05, 2017 | Education | Comments Off on Soil Conservation Workshop – February 16
America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, provides $1,500 scholarships to high school seniors and college students pursuing higher education in an ag-related field of study from a two- or four-year program or trade school.
The Grow Ag Leaders program helps engage future generations in agriculture by raising awareness of the diverse career opportunities in the industry and by providing scholarships that enable students to further their education.
In 2017, the program will award over 350 scholarships, totaling more than a half-million dollars to students across the country, and you can help by encouraging students in your community to apply for this scholarship and by endorsing the application of an outstanding student you know. Students are required to have two farmer endorsements to complete their applications.
The student application and farmer endorsement period is open now through February 1, 2017. Students will receive a unique ID number when starting an application, which you will need to submit an endorsement. You can endorse a student at FFA.org/scholarships or by calling 1-877-267-3332.
The scholarship is administered by the National FFA Organization, but applicants are not required to be FFA members.
America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders
The Monsanto Fund
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CCAA and TDM Hog Slat award annual scholarships to students who have demonstrated an interest in, or plan to study, agriculture.
Application deadline is January 15.
Interested students are invited to download and complete the application and mail it to CCAA, PO Box 62, Flora IN 46929.
December 16, 2016 | Education | Comments Off on 2017 CCAA and TDM Hog Slat Scholarship Application Available
Do you have questions about your insurance? Have you ever considered the pros and cons of business structure options, such as Limited Liability Companies (LLC) or Family Limited Partnerships? Are you adjusting your budget due to down profits? If so, join us at Protecting Your Assets to gain valuable information from experts in the area.
WHEN: Wednesday, December 7, 8:00 am – 11:00 am
WHERE: Michigantown Lions Club-Alumni Community Center (500 S Ohio Street, Michigantown)
RSVP: to Andrea Brown by December 2 (574 967 3538)
- Business Structures: Legal and Tax Considerations by Miriam Robeson, Attorney at Law
- How Adequate is the Farm Safety Net? by Michael Langemeier, Purdue University Professor of Ag Economics
- Strategic Planning in Tight Margins by Paul Marcellino, Howard County ANR Educator
Download the flyer for more information: 2016protect-your-assests
December 02, 2016 | Education | Comments Off on Protecting Your Assets – December 7
Purdue Extension – Carroll County will host an Ag Outlook and Private Applicators Recertification Program on Friday, December 16, 2016, from 8:30 – 11:45 AM at the 4-H Building in Flora. Registration will begin at 8:00 AM and the agenda is included on the back of this letter. Donuts and coffee will be available during registration.
This is an approved program for one recertification credit toward your Private Applicator’s License. Commercial Applicators credits (for Category 1, 14, and RT) have been applied for and are pending approval. In order to obtain credit, you will need to:
Sign-in on an attendance sheet,
Bring your PA License and/or Commercial Applicator’s License with you in order to verify your license number,
Attend the entire session, and
Pay the $10 fee
Download the Registration flyer: 2016decparpletter
December 02, 2016 | Education | Comments Off on Carroll County PARP – December 16