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#Yourlandman Johnny Klemme receives IASWCD Friend of Conservation Award

Indiana farmland broker and auctioneer Johnny Klemme recently received the prestigious Friend of Conservation award from the Indiana Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts (IASWCD). Klemme was selected for this award because of his positive contribution to soil and water conservation efforts as well as his support of the local Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCD).
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Benton County Rallies Against BP’s Proposed CO2 Pipeline

Benton County, Indiana is home to some of the best land in the state with over 250,000 acres consisting of prime farmland. It’s also, unfortunately, the epicenter of what could quite possibly become one of the largest carbon dioxide (CO2) captures in the country.
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Why Carbon Intensity Scores are Important to Farmers

Whether we’re tallying our carbon footprints or issuing credits for carbon farming, the basic element that occurs in all living things continues to be at the forefront of sustainable ag practices.
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BAMWX – Custom Weather Forecasting for Farmers

What began as a hobby chasing storms has snowballed into one of the leading forecasting services for the agriculture industry. BAM Weather (BAMWX), which was founded in 2012 in Greenwood, Indiana, provides custom weather forecasts that go beyond basic weather databases and apps, allowing for smooth planning when it comes to spring planting, fall haying and everything in between.
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#WomeninAg Profile: Molly Grotjan

Molly Grotjan credits her time at Purdue University for preparing her for a prosperous career in agriculture. She currently works as a Supply Chain Management Specialist for John Deere in Georgia – a role she attained thanks to completing a successful internship with the company as an undergrad.
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#WomeninAg Profile: Tracie Egger

Tracie Egger’s life-long trajectory into the agriculture industry began with a small Future Farmers of America project and grew into a lengthy professional career with the Purdue College of Agriculture.
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#WomeninAg Profile: Isabella Chism

For Isabella Chism, empowering female farmers is a necessary step forward for the future of agriculture, which is why she’s creating leadership conferences and educational seminars specifically geared toward women in agriculture.
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Happy National Landowners Day 2023!

Celebrating Landowners Every August 4th!
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The 411 on 1031 Exchanges | Part 2

In our last installment, we gave an overview to 1031 Exchange Real Estate purchases. In this piece, we’ll discuss why an investor would invest in farmland, wooded properties, or developmental/transitional land.
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The 411 on 1031 Exchanges | Part 1

Real estate is considered one of the safest ways to invest money, and 1031-Exchanges make it possible to compound gains without paying taxes. This tax method has been in existence for quite some time and is utilized by investors to assist clients in growing their assets.
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#WomeninAg Profile: Andrea Schwartz

Andrea Schwartz is a local leader working to further agricultural progress. Andrea is the Dean of Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering, & Applied Science at Ivy Tech Community College in Lafayette. She holds a Master of Science in Agricultural and Extension Education from Purdue University and has nearly 15 years of experience as an agricultural educator.
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Finding the Most Bang For Your Buck: A Guide to Buying A Productive Hunting Property in Indiana

Buying a piece of hunting property can be a daunting task. Think back to the first time you bought a car or a house. Think about all of the new “language” you started to encounter. All of the time spent collecting documents, and running to meetings with lenders and real estate agents can be very confusing, and this can be no different from purchasing a piece of hunting property.
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