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Survey reveals influences of political ideology on consumer food perceptions

The Purdue Bell Tower peeks over fall foliage.

College of Agriculture welcomes new faculty members

Land of Lakes Interns from Purdue

Cultivating the Future: Dev Patel, Disha Lalit and Makinzie France

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Majority of Americans report high rate of food satisfaction

Farm Credit Interns

Cultivating the Future: Taryn Wainscott, Jackson Lusk and Taylor Pinkerton

Student Payten Brower stands in under a canopy of flowers

Cultivating the Future: Kayla Grennes, Ian Kelly and Payten Brower

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Food insecurity rate hits 17% for the second time in 18 months

Nicholas Neuman stands with crossed arms in front of the door to the mayor's office

Cultivating the Future: Nicholas Neuman

Student Jackson Daftari poses with crossed arms and a smile in front of a stone Indiana Farm Bureau sign outside

Cultivating the Future: Jackson Daftari

Tom Hertel, Distinguished Professor of Agricultural Economics

Analysis shows how investing in nature improves the economy while boosting equity

Sydney Altman, Kylie Bedel, Allison Lund, Shelby Whitaker

Townsend competition recognizes four Purdue Agriculture student winners

Halee Fisher

International experiences bring global perspective to AgEcon student’s work

Megan Arnold and the Budweiser Clydesdale team

Destination Career: Alumna hitches her dreams to well-known workhorses

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Climb in consumer food spending signals continued inflationary pressure

Emily Forsythe

Emily Forsythe - Graduate Ag Research Spotlight

Fresh cuts of beef line the racks at the Boilermaker Butcher Block.

Beefing over prices: How brisket went from the cheapest to most coveted cut

Purdue College of Agriculture.

Farmer sentiment improves; less pessimism over interest rates

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Food survey: Consumers trust and value product labels

Field flooded

Purdue receives USDA grants for sustainable agriculture projects

Purdue College of Agriculture.

Commodity price outlook and interest rate concerns cloud farmer sentiment

Holly Shaver, Purdue Student studies abroad in Spain

Scholarships make student’s dream to study abroad a reality

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Americans planning frugal uses for their 2023 tax refunds

Paul Brown, professor of forestry and natural resources at Purdue University, oversees the lab’s experimental aquaponics systems.

$10 million USDA grant targets more Midwestern seafood production and consumption

Fresh produce lines the shelves at a local grocery store.

Purdue professors expect gradual improvements in grocery costs

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