Technological advancements are fueling a surge in drilling across the United States, including Indiana. Outdoor Indiana covered the Hoosier oil industry in their March magazine touching on what companies, like CountryMark, are doing to produced American energy while also protecting the environment.
Spring will soon be here, and across rural Indiana that means the annual FFA chapter banquet season can't be far behind. At these banquets, FFA members, parents, friends, and community supporters will gather to recognize and celebrate members' and chapters' achievements, leadership and growth of the past year.
CountryMark is pleased to announce that its CountryMark Advantage Multi-Viscosity Hydraulic Fluids are now zinc-free and ashless. These new and improved hydraulic fluids are ideal for high performance industrial applications using vane, piston or gear pumps, and where applications are situated in environmentally sensitive areas.
Calling all storytellers! Your favorite laughter-inducing farm story may net you some valuable fuel to use during this year's crop season. Indiana Prairie Farmer and CountryMark have again teamed up to sponsor the 2014 adult essay contest.
"Telling agriculture's story: what part do you play?" is this year's Indiana Prairie Farmer and CountryMark youth essay contest topic. Now's your chance to tell others what works for you in getting ag's message out.
Indiana-based CountryMark has announced plans to add Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) to its lineup of American-made transportation fuels.
CountryMark's oil analysis program can help to either accurately pinpoint specific problem areas in the engine, or show that the oil still has plenty of life left in it, potentially extending the engine's drain interval.
Contracting now will not guarantee you're getting the low price, but in 8 out of 10 years, this period is a 'sweet spot' that will give you some of the best fuel values of the year.
It's been coming for a number of years, but the reprieve's over. In 2014, anyone who purchases new off-road diesel-powered equipment, including farm equipment, will be required to use diesel exhaust fluid - also known as DEF - as part of the EPA's stringent emission standards.
The Mt. Vernon, Ind., community got a little bigger this week when Danielle Moore and her son, Jaden, accepted the key to their new home on Second Street.