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Study: Specialty Grains Can Pay Handsome Dividends

June 2001

From Purdue News - Compared to commodity crops, popcorn, tofu and other special varieties of corn and soybeans make up a small portion of Indiana's annual agricultural production. For Hoosier producers willing to grow them, however, the payoff can exceed traditional varieties.

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Joan Fulton

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Purdue News
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