Warrick County ANR


Amanda Mosiman, ANR Educator

Email: bailey1@purdue.edu

Be sure to check out our bi-monthly newsletter for current information.

2024 Fair Edition Newsletter





Center for Commercial AG

- Visit for information on marketing, farmland, insurance, etc.

Purdue Cash Rent Decision Tool

Land Value and Cash Rent Information

Purdue Agronomy and Events

Information on Forages

Purdue Species Information

- Visit for information on various species of animals such as cattle, horses, poultry, swine, etc.

Animal Science Extension

- Find more Extension links and information on Purdue Animal Science Specialists.

Animal Medications - Changes Coming!

Raising Poultry

- Info for backyard poultry owners
- Visit for information on Specific species and regulations

- Register for Premise ID

Beginning Farmers

- Offers support to new farmers

Indiana Small Farm Conference

Indiana’s small and diversified farm community

Other DFFS Programs

DFFS Monthly Newsletters



The Warrick County Farmers Market maintains and runs a non-profit, local farmers market in Boonville Indiana. The Market showcases locally grown produce, home baked goods, handmade crafts and features educational information on healthy eating, agricultural issues, and local community awareness.

LOCATION: Downtown Boonville at the Harold Gunn Memorial Pavilion; corner of Main and 2nd Streets.  

SEASON RUNS: EVERY Saturday -  June 1st through October 5th from 8:00AM to 1:00PM (Please note the new time).  

If you have any questions, please reach out to one of the following: 

Market Manager: Jo Temple at templemarble2@aol.com or 812-457-0242

Assistant Market Manager: Brenda Sutton beashoe@aol.com or 812-629-6689

Extension Educator:  Amanda Mosiman bailey1@purdue.edu or 812-316-6258  





Purdue Horticulture and Landscaping

- Information regarding home yard and gardens, vegetables, fruits, nurseries, etc.

Purdue Turf Management and Science

- Visit for info on Turfgrass

Publications and Newsletters

- Visit for information on general horticulture, as well as various publications on fruits, fertility, turf, and many other gardening and landscaping related topics.

 - Information on several ways to protect pollinators 

 Purdue Plant & Pest Diagnostic Lab

The Purdue Master Gardeners make the latest information about gardening and home horticulture available by sharing what they learn and by leading educational gardening activities in their communities! 

Meeting Information:

  • Meetings are held on the 1st Monday of each month at 1:00PM
    - Exceptions: Holidays - meetings held on the next Monday following the holiday. September is fall picnic with no business meeting.
  • General Meeting Format: 1pm starts Education Hour and 2pm starts Association Business
    - Please wear name badges.
  • Common Locations:
    - Newburgh Chandler Public Library/ Bell Road, 4111 Lakeshore Drive, Newburgh.
    - Warrick County 4-H Fairgrounds, 133 Degonia Road, Boonville, Homemaker Bldg

Purdue Master Gardeners

Master Gardener Events

For more information about local classes, please email Amanda Mosiman at bailey1@purdue.edu

  • Please be sure to include your name, email address, and phone number in this email 

Warrick County Master Gardeners Logo

Purdue Forestry and Natural Resources

- Visit for information on forestry, pond maintenance, wildlife, etc.

Aquaculture and Aquatics

Forests and Woodland

For info on Invasive Species, visit the following websites:



Purdue Pesticide Programs

Private and Commercial Certifications:

Office of Indiana State Chemists

- Includes Agricultural laws involving animal feeds, fertilizers, pesticides and seeds

PARP & CAT. 14 Events


Indiana State Climate Office

- Visit for drought resources and climate monitoring

Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN)

Indiana Prepared

- Links and resources on droughts, floods, and other weather related issues