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Make this Valentine’s Day uniquely Indiana

Show your love for that special person in your life, and for the Hoosier state, by purchasing Indiana Grown products for this year’s Valentine’s Day. Americans spent more than 19 billion last year on Valentine’s Day, that’s an average of $146 per person, and some of the most searched gifts include flowers, chocolates and wine, […]

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The Wellness Barn

Here are at The Wellness Barn we offer all natural minimally processed meats and quality wellness programs for youth and adults.  We want to enrich your life.  We want to grow as God wants us to grow, and we hope the same for you.  Below is a pricing sheet of our all natural products. Lets […]

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Big Brick House Bakery

The Big Brick House Bakery was started by Leigh, a young mother, who explored the process of commercial flour and decided to make a change. In 2004 she purchased a small electric stone mill, which began her adventure on true whole grain flour. The bakery retail was opened in Wabash, Indiana on her Grandmother’s birthday […]

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Welcome from Hunt Family Farms

We are very excited to be a part of Indiana Grown! We feel this is an excellent way to introduce small, family owned farms to the general public in places that would otherwise be out of our reach. To give a short background, Hunt Family Farms was homesteaded in 1848 and has remained in our […]

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De la Luna Farm

  I’m a farmer and dairy goats herdswomen with a great passion for food and eating. I come from a long line of people that are concerned about their food. I should clarify, my “people”  actually voiced concern about food in a more pragmatic way. They were not gluten free, GMO labling advocates or vegan locavores…. […]

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Why do cows chew their cud?

The sunny Saturday afternoon was perfect for this cow to relax and “chew her cud”.  She enjoyed a head rub while I believe she was looking at the melting snow and dreaming of green grass soon to come.  I, on the other hand, was sloshing through the mud and melting snow and dreaming of green […]

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