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Indiana farmers grow a wide variety of crops and livestock. Fruits like melons, berries and apples grow here. So do vegetables, including tomatoes, green beans and lettuce. Some Hoosier farmers even raise fish in ponds or tanks. Indiana's climate and soil make it the perfect place to grow row crops, such as corn, soybeans and wheat. Check out Indiana's top 10 farm products:

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Ag Commodities:

  • Corn
  • Soybeans
  • Hogs
  • Dairy products and milk
  • Chicken eggs
  • Turkeys
  • Cattle and calves
  • Wheat
  • Greenhouse and nursery
  • Hay

Indiana Agriculture Commodities:

  • Beef Cattle Cattle are raised in every state in the U.S. including Indiana.
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  • Dairy Cattle Dairy cattle are incredible animals; they turn grass and grains to milk!
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  • Chickens Poultry Breeding Farms / Hatchery breeds chickens bantams ducks chicks.
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  • Ducks Indiana is the number one duck producing state in the U.S.
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  • Eggs Are laid by female animals of many different species.
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  • Sheep Among the first species of animals to be domesticated.
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  • Swine There are about 3,000 pork farmers across the state.
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