The 2015 Trumbull County Fall Foliage Tour will be in Gustavus on Sunday, October 11, from 1 - 5 pm. The featured stops are Logan Acres, W.I. Miller & Sons and the Gustavus Federated Church. Also with displays at the church location will be the Antique Tractor Club of Trumbull County; Trumbull Soil & Water; OSU Extension 4-H and other organizations and groups with information. Food will ...
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One of the most important tools for today’s farmer is the skid steer. Some farmers here in Ashtabula County have owned one for many years, but we purchased one just last fall. On our small farm there wasn’t a way to justify the cost. Then my husband decided he had to have one. Is it me or do “needs for the farm” seem to jump way ahead of fixing the bathroom or painting on the priority list? Wel...
Do you know anyone who lives in the city and longs to be a farmer? We have some relatives and friends who have farm backgrounds but are now urban dwellers. Being a city farmer is not always easy. They have an entirely different set of problems than we do. We are so lucky to live here in Ashtabula County where nearly all of us can wake up one morning and decide to expand the garden, raise a pig...
The Trumbull County Annual Meeting has been set for Thursday, August 13, 2015, at Vernon's Cafe, 720 Youngstown Warren Road in Niles, Ohio, beginning with a reception at 6:00 pm, dinner at 6:30. The cost will be $15.00 per person. The purpose of this meeting is to highlight the acitvities of the past year and to lay the gound work for our programs in 2016. Active farmer members will have the re...
Have you ever wondered if animals have a sense of humor? Well, I have because living on a farm in Ashtabula County for quite a few years has given me a chance to observe lots of animal behavior. And I’ve decided that something close to humor must be going on in their heads. Brandy was our daughter’s first riding horse many years ago. Brandy would stand perfectly still to be saddled but after the ...
Many farmers in Ashtabula County have started making first cutting hay. Recent rains slowed the progress somewhat, but several farmers around us have mowed and baled. The hay being made at this time of year is especially important because it is very high in nutrients. That means it is excellent feed for cows, horses or any other livestock that consume it. High quality hay is also very important ...
Do you enjoy cooking? Some of us would immediately say, “Yes!” However, if you’ve served the leftover roast three different nights, can’t stand the thought of another egg dish, and have no idea fortonight’s supper, you might say, “No way!” Cooking is so personal. It depends on many different factors---you and your family’s likes and dislikes in food, what you have available(like a garden or meat ...
Applicant’s immediate family must be current Farm Bureau members. Applicant or applicant’s parent/guardian must be a Trumbull County Farm Bureau member. Applicant must prove enrollment in a 2 or 4 year degree program and can apply for undergraduate degree only. Applicant must be considered a full-time student by his/her College, University or Technical school. Applicants may re-apply yearly for th...
Kids today have a totally different view of “playing” than we adults have. Most of them are so smart it’s almost scary and yet they seem to lack common sense and responsibility. Their idea of playing is watching a movie on the i-Pod or smart phone and playing mine-craft onthe X-box. Only their fingers get any exercise. When my Mom was growing up in the 1930s, she lived on a small farm here in Ash...
You are invited to attend a Non-Fracturing Oil & Gas Issues & Trends, featuring Dale Arnold, Director of Energy, Utility and Local Government Policy with the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation. Monday, April 6, 2015, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Trumbull Career & Technical Ctr., 528 Educational Highway, Warren, Ohio 44483 Please RSVP by Wednesday, April 1 to the Farm Bureau at: 800-410-4613 or nefarmbu...
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