The perfect site for feeding the world

Cass County is the perfect site for feeding the world Cass County connections that power the supply chain Cass County has a rich agricultural heritage Cass County – connected to Indiana, the Midwest, the world

Feeding the world has been a part of Cass County and Logansport since the earliest days. Our area has a rich agricultural heritage, and much of Cass County is highly productive cropland. Our area’s appreciation for food production is a big reason that so many food processing and agribusiness companies have located operations here. Abundant water, electricity, and frozen storage capacity have contributed, too.

In addition to industries that benefit from Indiana’s leadership in soybean and corn production, our area’s resources have drawn many of the nation’s top food processors and frozen food producers. We’re located in the “sweet spot” of the eastern U.S., putting a substantial majority of U.S. consumers within a day’s drive, and we’re close to air cargo service in Chicago, Indianapolis, and Ft. Wayne.

In addition to our extensive road network, we can provide rail shippers Class I service via Norfolk Southern, and a direct connection to the BNSF network through regional carrier RailAmerica. The Winamac Southern Railway is a short-line railroad with lines connecting Logansport to Kokomo and Bringhurst. We’re also a short haul from intermodal facilities in Chicago, Indianapolis, and Ft. Wayne.