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17th Annual Northern Classic Steer & Heifer Show a success
Hello, Ashtabula County! On March 26, the Ashtabula County Cattlemen’s Association held the 17th Annual Northern Classic Steer & Heifer Show at the Ashtabula County Fairgrounds.
A quick summary on new fertilizer regulations and local grape producers get good news in form of ‘Tree Assistance Program’
Hello, Ashtabula County! The month of April is really flying by.
Some information on the Ohio Corn Marketing Program Referendum and Ashtabula Co. Agricultural Scholarship Fund
Hello, Ashtabula County! I really enjoyed the weather last weekend, although an early spring cold did not allow me to enjoy it as much as I could have! But of course, this nice weekend was followed by a reality check of colder weather. Urgh!
Getting more bang for your gardening buck
I had been looking at greenhouses awhile, mostly in catalogs, at those fancy little things with all the bells and whistles. I pointed them out to my husband over breakfast. When I pointed, I made sure my finger was over the price. Still, he kept focusing on that number.
Hitting the variety store about a little of this and that
Hello, Ashtabula County! Finally, it feels like spring might be here. Although, it appears our spring warm-up will be slow, especially given how frozen Lake Erie was this winter.
Eleven scholarships available to help local youth finance their college careers
Hello, Ashtabula County! As we turn the calendar to April, I would like to remind high school seniors and current college students about eleven scholarships which are available to help local youth finance their college careers.
Dairy banquet is a nice way to celebrate our local dairy industry
Hello, Ashtabula County! I am pleased to report the 64th Annual Ashtabula County Dairy Banquet held last past Saturday, March 22 at the Lenox Community Center was a great event with 154 persons in attendance. It was a nice way to celebrate our local dairy industry!
We need farms of all sizes, both large and small
We need farms of all sizes, both large and small. And it isn’t one size against the other as some would lead us to believe. Most of our food today is produced on the larger, more efficient family farms. At the same time, the smaller farms produce a significant amount of what we eat and provide good opportunities for “niche” farming and rural family living.
Hay production school and timber selling workshop to be held in Jefferson
Hello Ashtabula County! I think we are all ready for spring to arrive. Hopefully the cold winds of March will give way to a nice April. Or at least we can hope! As we look towards April, I would like to share information about our timber selling workshop and hay production school which will be held in Jefferson.
Hello Ashtabula County! Spring where are you? While we wait, I would like to share information on a meeting which will explore the potential of mobile processing units which will be held next Tuesday.
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