WHAT CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY
Map of Indiana (IN)
Indiana Agriculture Accounting Services
- Agreed Upon Procedures
- AgriBuilder (proprietary integrated accounting and farm management solution)
- Budgeting & Forecasting
- Business Tax Planning & Compliance
- Business Transformation
- Cash Flow Management
- Financial Statement Audits
- Outsourced Accounting
- Succession Planning
- Tax Planning & Compliance for Farm Owners
- Wealth Planning
About Indiana Farming
Indiana’s farming community is anchored by its diverse crop production. Corn and soybeans are the primary crops grown in the state, with Indiana consistently ranking among the top producers of both commodities in the United States. Additionally, farmers cultivate wheat, oats, hay and specialty crops such as tomatoes, melons and pumpkins, depending on the region.
Family farms form the backbone of Indiana’s agriculture. Many farms have been passed down through generations, fostering a strong sense of tradition, expertise and community. These farms range in size from small-scale operations to larger commercial enterprises, each contributing to the state’s agricultural tapestry.
Indiana farmers embrace modern agricultural practices to optimize productivity and sustainability. They utilize advanced machinery, precision agriculture techniques and data-driven decision-making to enhance yields and efficiency. Conservation practices like cover cropping, rotational grazing and nutrient management are employed to preserve soil health, reduce erosion and protect water resources.