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In this Rural Indiana Issues series paper, two Purdue University professors focus on concerns about disability prevalence, a rapidly aging population, and the possibilities of caregiver shortages in rural counties.  More...
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The "Indiana Agricultural Statistics" app has information about Indiana's entire agricultural industry. This publication satisfies the growing need for accurate, reliable and unbiased information and data. The data i  More...
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3-page publication with 2 tables and extensive notes to help producers estimate how much certain crops cost to produce and what their returns might be.  More...
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Horse racing and the industries that support it in Indiana employ about 10,000 people and contribute $733 million to the state's economy. This publication presents economic data on those industries from studies conducte  More...
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The purpose of the research reported here was to determine to what extent the switch to continuous corn in the Midwest Corn Belt is likely to occur, and if it did, what would be the implications. The major objective of  More...
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This 4-page publication defines what we mean by "rural Indiana" in terms of data analysis, explains the process we went through to arrive at such a definition, and presents a figure and a table that, together, depict a p  More...
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R. Douglas Hurt's brief history of American agriculture, from the prehistoric period through the twentieth century, is written for anyone coming to this subject for the first time. It also provides a ready reference to  More...

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