The only Hog Heaven around here is a Big Harley.
"Indiana isn't known for its progressive ways**. But if the BioTown project in the small town of Reynolds is a success, that could soon change." By Neal Taflinger
INtake earth dude
"With one stoplight and a BP gas station -- the only gas station in town -- Reynolds boasts roughly 500 people and two active rail systems where SR 43 and US 24 meet. In this agricultural community, 150,000 hogs roam within 15 miles of town on any given day."
"Reynolds is also the centerpiece of Indiana's bioenergy initiative, a two-year experiment to make a rural Hoosier town completely self-sufficient when it comes to energy use. To accomplish this, such a town needs to possess the right mix of grain, oilseed and livestock production, a sufficient infrastructure and access to transportation and the state's research universities."
** 'earth dude' might not be invited to pig roast after that leader.