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Illinois has a strong agricultural industry, with over 72,000 farms and farmland covering 75 percent of the state’s total land area. The state is a leading producer of soybeans, corn, and swine, and ranks fifth in the nation in agricultural exports. Agriculture is deeply rooted in Illinois’s heritage, with family farms passed down from generation to generation.

Source: Illinois, Once the Slaughterhouse of the World, to be a Leader in Fake Meat | East Central Reporter

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  1. […] Illinois, Once the Slaughterhouse of the World, to be a Leader in Fake Meat January 17, 2024Illinois has a strong agricultural industry, with over 72,000 farms and farmland covering 75 percent of the state’s total land area. The state is a leading producer of soybeans, corn, and swine, and ranks fifth in the nation in agricultural exports. Agriculture is deeply rooted in Illinois’s heritage, with family… Read more […]

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