Speaker: Consumers concerned with how foods produced

The past five to seven years has been an exciting time for Purdue University economist Chris Hurt.

He’s seen agriculture evolve with the times and seen consumers determine some of that change.

“Agriculture is now an industry that is one of the most important that we have in the United States and the world,” Hurt said at Wednesday’s Greater Seymour Chamber of Commerce Ag Day Breakfast. “The issues are very important to mankind in general.”

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