For the first time ever the Ohio No-Till Council will be bringing their fall field day to Northwest Ohio! Please help us spread the word! September 10 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bret Margraf Farm McCutchenville If you are interested in cover crops, high yield wheat, manure application and individualized assistance for your farm's benefit, plan to attend. It is also a great event for ag professionals who wo...
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A Forestry Consulting Company – Supplier to Malabar Farm Restaurant Jeff Wilkinson 108 East Main Street, Lexington 419-989-1119 What do you grow? Shiitake, oyster mushrooms, dried morels, leeks and other fresh, garden produce. Jeff also has a supply of grower kits and starter logs for peo...
Owned and Operated by Jeff and Laura Burrer and Family at 5646 Ganges Five Points Road (in Ganges) Shiloh, Ohio. They sell homegrown apples, peaches, pears, plums, nectarines and fresh, sweet cider as well as local pumpkins, squash and seasonal items. Springhill Fruit Farm began in the spring of 1968 when Ken Sr. and Mary Jane they bought the acreage and started replacing aging full-size trees wit...
The Hazel Grove Farm Bureau Community Council is pleased to announce our third guest chef demonstration in the series of six. The Richland County Farm to Plate Project on August 24 at 10 a.m. will be conducted by Joe Motter of the Malabar Farm Restaurant. Joe says, “he just calls himself a cook". The Malabar Farm Restaurant is located at 3645 Pleasant Valley Road, Perrysville (Phone 419-938-5205)....
David Brandt's Farm Tuesday, Aug. 27 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. A no-till farmer since 1971, David has been using cover crops extensively since 1978. He is one of Ohio's foremost cover crop experts and has been promoting conservation on his farm for more than 40 years. David is president of the Ohio No-Till Council and was named Ag Man of the Year by Ohio Farmer in 2011. He farms 1,250 acres of corn, s...
The Hazel Grove Farm Bureau Community Council, along with support from Richland Community Development Group, Shelby Foundation, Richland County Creating Healthy Communities, Shelby FFA and Richland County Farm Bureau, is pleased to announce our second local foods cooking demonstration for the Richland County Farm to Plate Program at 10 a.m. on Aug. 3 at the Shelby Farmers’ Market. This week's fea...
Brought to the community by the Hazelgrove Farm Bureau Community Council, Richland Community Development Group, Shelby Foundation, Richland County Creating Healthy Communities, Shelby FFA and Richland Farm Bureau, this event series at the Shelby Farmers’ Market will feature local chefs preparing foods while sharing cooking tips and menu ideas to help maximize the use of seasonal, local foods. The ...
Please join us for the Richland County Annual Meeting, Thursday, Sept. 5. If you have never been to the annual meeting, we encourage you to join us this year and learn more about what our organization is doing in the county and community. All Farm Bureau members are welcome and the cost is only $10 per person. Reservations are due into the office by Aug. 29 to (419) 747-7488 or email@example.com. ...
Hazel Grove Farm Bureau Community Council is pleased to welcome the Garden of Weedin’ to our collaboration on the first Farm to Plate event. The Garden of Weedin’ has provided the lettuce mix for the starter kits. This blend has Tango, Royal Oak Leaf, Red Salad Bowl, Black Seeded Simpson and Red Sails leaf lettuces. Howard and Kathy Bair are local gardeners and have been attending the Shelby Farm...
Bill Beebe’s farm is located in the Northwest corner of Crawford County. He has Honeybees in several locations in Crawford county harvesting honey, wax, propolis and some pollen from the hives. He and his wife, Kathy, sell natural raw honey at the Bucyrus farm market on Saturday mornings and attend several festivals in the fall with infused honey, creamed honey, honey sticks, beeswax candle. And, ...
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