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A need for more office and storage space led Rose Acres to purchase property on the west side of Seymour, Ind.
January 7, 2016
A need for more office and storage space has led Rose Acre Farms to purchase property on the far west side of Seymour, Ind.
According to local media reports, the egg company spent $1.25 million to buy the 5.88-acre site at 1541 W. Tipton St.
Tony Wesner, chief operating officer of Rose Acre Farms, said the purchase was made because the company had outgrown its office space at its headquarters on State Road 258 between Seymour and Freetown, Ind.
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