Intelinair to Open New Indy HQ

Indianapolis-based Intelinair will Thursday celebrate the opening of its new headquarters in Indianapolis. The precision agriculture startup uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to help farmers pinpoint potential problems with their crops.... Read More

PODCAST: Helping Control Fertilizer Costs

Jane Stautz grew up on an Iowa farm where she says her parents were ‘conservationists before it was cool.’ She now serves as sustainability lead for Indianapolis-based Advanced Agrilytics, an agronomic services company. Stautz is the guest on the next episode of the Agbioscience podcast, presented by AgriNovus Indiana.... Read More

Elanco $100M Investment ‘Transformational’

In the months ahead, sounds of heavy equipment should echo throughout The Valley, a neighborhood on the near west side of downtown Indianapolis, as work begins on the new $100 million global headquarters for Elanco Animal Health. ... Read More

Intelinair Launches Aerial Ag Retailer Platform

Indianapolis-based automated crop intelligence company Intelinair is launching AGMRI Enterprise, a service that provides an aggregated view of what is happening in customer fields with regularly scheduled flights throughout the season. Intelinair says the platform provides retailers an overall view of what is happening within a certain geographic area using satellite and aerial imagery.... Read More

Franklin FFA Dreams of the Future

The FFA chapter at Franklin High School has plans to grow its organizational and physical footprint by building a free-standing facility to house the organization, grow vegetables and raise animals. The Daily Journal reports the ag-education program in Johnson County hopes to acquire land north of the high school to construct two buildings totaling more than 7,200 square feet.... Read More

Corteva Updates Organizational Structure

Indianapolis-based Corteva Agriscience (NYSE: CTVA) says it will implement a global business unit organization model in an effort to support its long-term operating performance. As part of the move, the company has named Robert King executive vice president of its crop protection business unit, which is based in Indy.... Read More