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Local Indiana Ranches

Indiana is located in the Great Lakes region of the USA. In the hoosier state, Grain corn and soybeans are the big crops in Indiana, accounting for over half of the state's total agricultural production. Greenhouse/nursery, wheat, and hay are also important. Hogs are signifcant and dairy products, chicken eggs, cattle and calves, and turkeys are delicious. Supporting Indiana Farms provides significant value to the local community and a variety of other benefits. Find a Ranch in IN at Agrilicious.org.
Bloomington, IN
Sustainable, Naturally Grown
Ranches, Bison
Crandall, IN
Other
Ranches, Milk Cheese, Eggs, Peaches, Tomatoes, Spinach, Radishes, Peppers, Cucumbers
, IN
Ranches, Blueberries
Organic Certified Blueberry Farm offering u-pick, prepicked and frozen organic blueberries!
Wolcottville, IN
Ranches, Bison
Cook's Bison Ranch was established in 1998 with the hopes of providing a quality lifestyle for their famiy and providing a quality product to......
Valparaiso, IN
Ranches, Roving, Alpaca, Fleece, Yarn, Specialty, Compost, Manure
Gold Medallion Ranch Suri Alpacas has been in business since 2002. We have a herd of 19 quality Suri Alpacas with 6 babies (cria) due in 2013.We st......
Bloomington, IN
Ranches, Chicken, Corn, Eggs, Gamebird, Geese, Tomatoes, Green Beans, Green Onions, Zucchini, Onions, Peppers, Summer Squash, Sweet Peppers, Duck, Vegetables
We raise a variety of poultry. We sell live chicks and birds, and eggs for eating and/or hatching. Live birds and eggs for eating are available for......
Fremont, IN
Ranches, Bison, Breeding Stock, Buffalo, Hides
Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve raises all-natural, grass-fed buffalo on pasture just outside of Freemont, Indiana, in the heart of the tri-state area.......
Brownsburg, IN
Sustainable
Ranches, Alpaca, Chicken, Eggs, Persimmons
Mishawaka, IN
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Ranches, Blueberries
Granger, IN
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Plainfield, IN
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Did You Know?
Blueberries are the second most popular berry in the US, coming in behind strawberries.