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Starting from a seed: Agritourism, conservation help farm flourish

The fall brings long hours and strangers sometimes straying into off-limits areas but the Lohstrohs love showing off their farm. George’s wife, Michelle, is the primary educator, teaching all ages about the different varieties and uses of pumpkins and squash and how much hard work goes into growing food. Around town she’s known as the “pumpkin lady.” Another appropriate title would be “conservationist.”

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Veterinary Feed Directive Discussion

Enjoy dinner and a discussion with top veterinarian and livestock industry experts. Cost is $15 for Farm Bureau members and $25 for non-members. Please RSVP to Marion County Farm Bureau at 740-251-9513 or [email protected]

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Workers’ Compensation Safety Meetings

Tuesday, March 29, 6-8 pm Evolution Ag Ÿ 13275 US Rt. 42 Ÿ Plain City You MUST RSVP to the county Farm Bureau office to attend, 800-451-8908 or email [email protected] Cookies and drinks will be provided. Hosted by Delaware, Franklin,…

Precision Ag Workshop

You are invited to a free Precision Agriculture Workshop at Choctaw Lake Lodge, 2876 Oneida Drive, London. Thursday, Feb. 11 Noon – 2 pm. LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED. RSVP by Feb. 8 to 800-451-8908 or by email to [email protected] Presenter:…