Gaining Ground on Arthritis in Agriculture

A USDA-sponsored program that assists farmers, ranchers, other agricultural workers, and family members impacted by disability.

The Arthritis Foundation, Indiana Chapter is committed to being involved as a four-year nonprofit, disability related partner supporting the mission of the USDA National AgrAbility Project. Our goal is to provide education and support of agricultural professionals and their families who have been affected by arthritis so that a farmer, rancher, or farm worker may continue to live a productive life in agriculture.

    May 21, 2016, the Walk to Cure Arthritis is the Arthritis Foundation’s nationwide signature event that […]

    AgrAbility came into existence through the 1990 Farm Bill with the first eight State and Regional […]

    With arthritis, many tasks around the farm that were once simple may no longer be carried […]

    The term arthritis refers to an “inflammation of a joint”. It is used to refer to […]

    Arthritis affects approximately one-third of all adult farm and ranch operators and is considered one of […]


Grant Partners

  • Arthritis Foundation
  • AgrAbility