2023 Fulton Breakfast on the Farm

Fulton County Farm Bureau was pleased once again to take part in the annual Breakfast on the Farm held June 24 at Triple H farm in Metamora. The event is a collaboration  collaboration among Fulton SWCD, OSU-Extension Fulton County and Fulton County Farm Bureau.

See photos from the event.

The Crescent-News wrote an article about the event:

People young and old gathered at Triple H Farms on June 17 for Fulton County’s 2023 “Breakfast on the Farm,” which brought about a sun-filled day of agriculture education and hearty breakfast foods.

In the past, Breakfast on the Farm was hosted by local dairy farms. This year’s farm choice, however, did something a little differently. Along with the traditional Midwestern crops of wheat, corn and soybeans, Triple H Farms — located at 15167 Ohio 64 — also commercially grows tomatoes.

According to Fulton Soil and Water Conservation District’s education specialist Amanda Podach, the goal for BOTF this year was to change up the experience for visitors and offer new information they haven’t already been exposed to. When the Herr family — the owners and operators of Triple H Farms — applied to be the host, it was very much welcomed in order to achieve this.

Read the full article from The Crescent-News.

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