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An update from the fields in our beautiful county
Hello, Ashtabula County! Wow did we get pounded this past week with rain. The heavy rains from Monday through Wednesday really bought everything in the fields to a screeching halt.
Hello, Ashtabula County. I cannot believe that June is already half over! The heavy rains this week have really put a crimp on local farmers making hay and finishing soybean planting.
Information on great OSU Extension programs
Hello, Ashtabula County. Thank goodness for a great stretch of weather from the end of May and through last Sunday.
Gardening in raised beds has many advantages for the home gardener
A raised bed is easier to plant because you don’t have to bend down as far. Weeding is also less strenuous because you can easily reach into the smaller area. Watering is more efficient since you have a much smaller area to water. Because raised beds are never walked upon, the soil is not compacted, which makes hand tilling a breeze.
Ashtabula County Agricultural Scholarship program is driven by a super group of volunteers and families
Hello, Ashtabula County! What do Justin Butler, Tyler Gruskiewicz, Sarah Herrmann, Jennifer Kapalin, Lisa Kalas, Kurtis Kassay, Jessica Krulic, Bailee Mazzaro, Holly Nye, Katie Peck, Zachary Petro, James Riley and Olivia Ray, and all have in common?
A variety of area events and saying goodbye to Gary Marcy
Hello, Ashtabula County. Can you believe it is already June? Our farmers have made great progress this past week.
Holly Nye recipient of 2014 Ashtabula County Beef Scholarship
The Ashtabula County Cattlemen’s Association is pleased to announce that Holly Nye, daughter of David and Anna Nye of Windsor, has been selected as the 2014 Ashtabula County Cattlemen’s Association Youth Scholarship.
‘Principles of Preparedness for Agro-terrorism and Food System Disaster’ workshop set for June
Hello, Ashtabula County! I think most of us remember vividly where we were on September 11, 2001. I know all of our lives have changed because of this horrific terrorist attack. It behooves us all to continue to be aware of the potential risks which are around us.
Interactive day for kids at 2014 Ash. Co. Ag Day
Hello, Ashtabula County! Last Friday almost 1,100 members of the class of 2025 descended on the Ashtabula County Fairgrounds to participate in Ashtabula County’s “Ag Day.” This program was sponsored by OSU Extension and the Ashtabula County Farm Bureau with the goal of educating first graders on where their food comes from and to showcase all the different types of agricultural commodities which are being grown in Ashtabula County.
A food safety workshop and participating in a state-wide research project
Hello, Ashtabula County! At our 4-H tagging at the fairgrounds this past weekend, a few folks mentioned how long it is taking for the trees to leaf out. May is here; however at times it still feels and looks like the beginning of April.
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