Poultry & Eggs;
All Other Crops ;
Food Grains; 0.8%
Feed Crops; 33.6%
Indiana farmers received $11.2 billion in cash receipts from farm marketing’s in 2015, 14 percent
below 2014. Cash receipts from crops were down 20 percent, and receipts for livestock were 1
percent below the previous year. Marketing’s of crops at $6.95 billion, accounted for 62. 2 percent of
the total cash receipts in 2015 while livestock receipts, at $4.22 billion, accounted for the remaining
37. 8 percent. In the previous year crop receipts accounted for 67. 1 percent and livestock 32. 9
percent of total cash receipts.
Corn was the leading source of income for Indiana farmers in 2015 and amounted to $3.68 billion.
Soybeans were second at $2.73 billion and poultry and eggs moved to third place with $1.81 billion.
Meat animals became the fourth leading contributor with $1.54 billion and Dairy follows with $688
million. These five commodity groups accounted for almost 94 percent of the 2015 cash receipts.
2015 Indiana Cash Receipts
1 Includes fruits and nuts.