2023 Morrow County Agricultural Tour

The Morrow County Farm Bureau will host a drive-it-yourself Agricultural Tour of Morrow County on June 17. The tour begins at 12:30 p.m. at Fisher Ag Services and includes an aerial application service, plus reigning horse and cutting horse facilities.

The family-friendly event is free to attend and open to the public. Tours and demonstrations will give attendees insight on the local agricultural industry.

The tour stops include:

1. Fisher Ag Services
4579 Mt. Gilead-Cardington Road 126, Cardington

2. Scott McFarland Performance Horses
Jim and Linda Potts, Breez E Noll Farm
4297 County Road 98, Mt. Gilead

3. JM Cutting Horses LLC
4292 County Road 98, Mt. Gilead

More tour information and a map will be available at all locations.

The event is sponsored by the Morrow County Farm Bureau. For more information, please email [email protected], call 419-747-7488 or follow the Morrow County Farm Bureau
Facebook page.

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