Indiana Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann will join officials from Farbest Foods and the City of Vincennes at a ribbon cutting ceremony this morning at Farbest's new turkey processing plant. The new 227-thousand square foot facility is located on 100 acres of land in the US 41 Industrial Park south of Vincennes. It's expected to begin operations December 9th. The plant will initially employ 300 workers. However, officials say that number would rise significantly if a second shift is added. Meanwhile, today's ribbon cutting also marks the opening of G-F-S Milling in Bruceville which will provide the feed for turkeys to be processed by Farbest. G-F-S will employ 30 workers.