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Indiana Corn – Americana Collection

Since Indiana’s early history, agriculture has played an important role in the state’s economic development and cultural identity. Indiana is home to more than 60,000 farms covering over 19 million acres. The average farm size in Indiana is 245 acres. A variety of crop and livestock categories are ranked in the top five nationally including corn. In a typical year, almost half of the cropland in Indiana is corn. Much of the corn grown in Indiana is used to feed pigs, cows, and chickens. Indiana produces a wide variety of corn, including more than 20 percent of the United States’ popcorn supply.1

1Grow with Us. Indiana Agriculture, Indiana State Department of Agriculture, 2018,

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