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Growing our Generation: Jonathan and Alyssa Zucker

Jonanthan and Alyssa Zucker farm in Marion and Wyandot counties. They are in their last term on the State Young Agricultural Professionals Committee and serve as co-chairs.

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Growing our Generation: Jaclyn De Candio

Jaclyn De Candio of Clark County is the editor of the July 2022 Growing our Generation enewsletter. She is the owner of The Herdbook Ag Media and a member of the State Young Ag Professionals Committee.

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Growing our Generation: Jenna Gregorich

Jenna Gregorich of Coshocton County is the editor of the June 2022 Growing our Generation enewsletter.

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Growing our Generation: MaKayla Eggleton

Makayla Eggleton of Fayette County is the editor of the May 2022 Growing our Generation enewsletter, featuring insights and ideas directly from Ohio’s young farmers and food and agricultural professionals.

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Growing our Generation: YAP program updates

As we head into spring, there are numerous programming opportunities are available to Ohio Young Ag Professionals.

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Growing our Generation: Sara Tallmadge

Young Ag Professionals State Committee member Sara Tallmadge from Ashland County is a laboratory animal technologist within the Center for Food Animal Health at The Ohio State University’s CFAES Wooster Campus.

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Growing our Generation: Derek Snider

Snider and his family operate DuLynn Farms, LLC. raising corn, soybeans, and wheat over 1,000 acres using no-till conservation practices. He is a member of the YAP State Committee.

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Growing our Generation: Hannah DiVencenzo

YAP State Committee member Hannah DiVencenzo and her husband, Joe, own and operate Healthy Harvest Organics, a pasture-raised chicken operation in Lorain County.

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Growing our Generation: Tyrone and Megan Brannon

Tyrone and Megan Brannon of Tuscarawas County are editors of the December 2021 Growing our Generation enewsletter, featuring insights and ideas directly from Ohio’s young farmers and food and agricultural professionals.

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Growing our Generation: Nick and Bailey Elchinger

Young Agricultural Professionals State Committee members Nick and Bailey Elchinger were both raised in agriculture. On their Henry County farm, they produce corn, soybeans and wheat along with baling both hay and straw commercially.

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