Christopher Brocious of Canfield snapped this photo of Autumn Reed and her pygmy goat, Tiger Lilly. The pair took first place in the junior fair goat costume competition at the 2008 Canfield Fair. Autumn was the “Dairy Queen” leading her Holstein-costumed Tiger Lilly.
Photographer Ken Kahlbaugh spotted this sleepy bunch at the Washington County Fair. Clearly, all the excitement made these little guys tired.
Thirty-seven runners participated in a 5K Aug. 17 to raise money for the Huff Run Watershed Restoration Partnership. The race was held during the Mineral City Party in the Park. The overall female winner was Courtney Oliver, 14, at 22:04, while the overall male winner was Sean Jones, 16, at 17:06 Age class winners: 14 […]
It’s been a tremendous growing season for the Podojil Family in Twinsburg, Ohio. The PVC pipe shown in the picture is 10 feet long and you can see that the sunflowers stretch the entire length of the pipe. The Podojils also have some sweet corn that is just as impressive as these flowers.
Karoline Kreider of Seville, Ohio, is checking out her dad’s corn crop. We know the old “knee high by the Fourth of July” saying, but now we’re wondering: Whose knee?
It was a good day for a drive at the Stark Antique Power Equipment Show July 20. Chris Kocher of Wooster, Ohio, (left) on a Farmall Super M and Sam Gerber of Creston, Ohio, on a John Deere 830 found lots of ways to have fun.
Kathy Breychak of Columbia Station, Ohio, purchased these friendly pigs a few years ago. It didn’t take long for them to warm up to their new home or the idea of becoming photogenic “hams.”
This photo, snapped by Judy Crilley, took first place in the 2007 Huff Run Watershed amateur photo contest. The contest is designed to highlight nature in the watershed, which is a small area from Mineral City (easter Tuscarawas County) to state Route 171 (western Carroll County).
The large animal costume contest was held at the Harrison County Fair July 12. The award for most outstanding costume went to Samantha Craig, 12, a member of Buckeye Farmers 4-H club. She and her calf dressed as the Princess and the Pauper. The Harrison County Dairy Board presented a $50 award to Craig for […]
Analese and Gidget Marrison checked out this corn field July 4. It belongs to their great uncle — Robert Marrison of New Lyme Township in Ashtabula County, Ohio. This corn was waist high in spite of this year’s wet and crazy growing season.