Indiana’s 94,000 farmers are busy with the Fall harvest season. Nearly three-fourths of soybeans and almost half of the state’s corn crops have been harvested. Both commodities are Indiana’s top two agricultural exports. And despite COVID-19, a recent Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer report shows farmers are bullish on what lies ahead. We get more on an industry that generates $31.2 billion for the state from ISDA Director Bruce Kettler.

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