Farm Facts: Sweet Corn

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Indiana grows lots of field corn, which is typically used for animal feed and fuel, but the Hoosier State is also a producer of sweet corn – the kind we eat off the cob at Fourth of July barbecues. Learn more about sweet corn below:

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An ear of corn always has an even number of rows.

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