Vice President Mike Pence will return to central Indiana Thursday. Our partners at WIBC in Indianapolis report Pence will visit Lamb Farms Inc. in Lebanon to discuss the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.

The agreement was created to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement. It was signed in November by the leaders of all three countries, however it has not yet been ratified by Congress.

Lamb Farms was founded in 1963 and produces various types of corn, popcorn, corn seed, wheat, and soybeans, according to its website.