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If the weather holds, Paul Hornback is set to bring in a healthy crop of corn this fall.
Hornback, who farms 1,700 acres of corn locally, said the corn fields in Shelby County not only produce a great product, but also help remove harmful carbon emissions from the air.
Previously, Hornback had viewed the environmental benefits of farming as an added benefit, but this year, he is set to profit from the amount of carbon that the corn consumes.
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