Gary Truitt

Hoosier Ag Today

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Farm broadcaster and agricultural journalist based in Indianapolis, Indiana; owner and president of Hoosier Ag Today, which provides market and business information to the agricultural community

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Since the early 60's, the term "pork bellies" has popped up in magazines, movies and other aspects popular culture.

No Future(s) for Pork Bellies

Since the early 60's, the term "pork bellies" has popped up in magazines, movies and other aspects popular culture.

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