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Indiana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (3081 words)
Indiana is considered one of the "reddest" of the red states.
Indiana is located well within the Corn Belt, and the state's agricultural methods and principal farm outputs reflect this: a feedlot-style system raising corn, to fatten hogs and cattle.
Indiana is home to a significant proportion of Mennonite and Amish Christians, particularly in Elkhart and LaGrange Counties in the north, and Parke County in the west, and the state has the nation's largest population of members of the Protestant "Churches of Christ" denomination.
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