Central Wis county plants seeds for agribusiness

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OWEN, Wis. (AP) — Business leaders in a central Wisconsin county are planting seeds for the future of agribusiness.

Utility work will begin soon for the nearly $10 million Central Wisconsin Agriculture Innovation Center on about 70 acres in Clark County. About $4 million comes from federal funding.

WEAU-TV reports planners expect the agribusiness center to be finished and filled within the next three to five years. It's expected to create at least 240 jobs.

Copyright 2010 The Associated Press

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