FDA names southern Indiana farm connected to salmonella outbreak

OWENSVILLE, Ind. -- The FDA has identified the farm that was the source of the deadly salmonella outbreak.

Chamberlin Farms is in southern Indiana.

The owner says he does not know what caused the outbreak but he voluntarily shut down farm operations.

Two people have died and dozens more got sick after eating bad cantaloupes.

The FDA also says that Chamberlin Farms may not be the only source of the the salmonella.

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