“Farming in Indiana has definitely gotten stronger,” he said. “Prices have been higher, so farm incomes have been good.”
Pence said his administration will continue to support legislation that benefits farmers, and push for more vocational training in high schools to help train students in new agricultural technology.
“Indiana is a lot of things, but at our core, Indiana is agriculture,” he said. “We’ve sought policies that promote our strengths, and all of that begins with our agricultural economy.”
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