Debi Hurst has been a lifelong resident of Dorset, Ohio. She is a graduate of West Jefferson Area High School. Debi is a lifelong farmer, and the second generation of her family to raise dairy cows and grain. After she married her husband, William Hurst, she continued in the dairy industry with him. Debi has two daughters, Lindsey and Lisa, and three grandchildren Alexis, Connor and Bree.
Debi and her husband now farm 900 acres, were they raise dairy steers, chickens, horses, as well as grain. She has been a Farm Bureau member since 2006 and has been part of the Ashtabula County Farm Bureau board of trustees for five years. She is involved with the Ashtabula County Fair Committee, Ag Day, as well as the Ice Cream Social. When she is not busy with the family farm and Farm Bureau, Debi volunteers her time as a 4-H advisor in Ashtabula County.
Debi said she is a Farm Bureau member because, “I would like more farm Information to get out to more people.”
An interesting fact about Debi and her family is that her granddaughter is the sixth generation to live on the Hurst Family Farms.
Thank you Debi for your dedication to Ashtabula County Farm Bureau.