2022 Hocking County Ag Days

Dear Community Leaders,

The Hocking County Farm Bureau Ag Days is an annual family-friendly event celebrating agriculture and the community. We invite local residents to experience agriculture history and the environment through demonstrations, displays, music, food and fun. The 14th annual Hocking County Farm Bureau Ag Days will be May 13-14, 2023 at the Hocking County Fairgrounds in Logan.

Since 2008, the Hocking County Farm Bureau Ag Days has grown in size, scope, and reach. Admission is free and open to the public. The Hocking County Farm Bureau funds this event through a combination of sponsorships and advertising sales in the Ag Days book. 

We appreciate your support and hope you will consider sponsoring at the Gold, Silver, or Bronze level. You may also designate your sponsorship for a particular aspect of Ag Days. Those wishing to be a particular sponsor will have additional signage with the company name located around the grounds. Or you may place an ad in the Ag Day book. If you have placed an ad before in our book, and are planning to do so again; we need to know if you wish to use your existing ad or if you have a new ad to place.

Please mail your check to the Hocking County Farm Bureau at 24633, US 23 S, Circleville, Ohio, 43113. The deadline to turn in money for ads and sponsorships is March 1, 2023. There is no guarantee of recognition in the book if received after March 1. 

Thank you for your support.

Sponsor form

Please submit payment to Hocking County Farm Bureau, 24633 US Highway 23 S., Circleville, Ohio 43113 

Payment must be received by March 1, 2023, to guarantee recognition in the Ag Day book, and on the sponsor’s banner.

Stephanie Blackford, Hocking County Farm Bureau President

Betty Shaw, Ag Day Chair

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Mandy Way

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Ernie Welch

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Matt Aultman

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Jaclyn De Candio

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Jenna Gregorich

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Jared Hughes

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Austin Heil

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