Harrison County 4-H’er Sara Shuss tempts her market hog, Delilah, with a marshmallow.
Wayne and Teresa Queen of Mansfield, Ohio, said their Australian Shepherd, Duke, knows all about the dog days of summer. As soon as the temperature starts to rise each day, Duke heads for the barn and sits in front of the fan that’s set up for the hogs.
Keith Simmerer of Westfield Township in Medina County, Ohio shared this pictures with us. Simmerer wrote: In late spring, the nesting barn swallows always roost in the barn rafters to keep us company while we tend to the barn animals for the night.
Noah Stevens was fascinated by this issue of Farm and Dairy. He was visiting his grandparents, Tom and Thelma Stevens of Salineville, Ohio, when he picked up the paper.
The following story was submitted by Diedra and Terry Bloomer: We subscribe to your paper and love reading every issue, but this week a funny thing happened and I wanted to share it. We live on a little farm of 40 acres and raise pigs. One of our grandsons (Riley, who is 4 years old) […]
Isaac and Savannah Elliott were visiting a farm in Beach City, Ohio, when they stopped to take this photo. Good thing there’s room for two in that outhouse!
It’s not your typical farm decor, but you have to appreciate the creativity.
CJ Lawton of Leetonia, Ohio, isn’t quite sure what to make of his floppy-eared friend. This photo was snapped last fall at Catalpa’s Farm in Columbiana, Ohio.
It’s important to be stylish, even in the barn. Farm and Dairy got this photo from Green Acres Farm several years ago.
We’re used to seeing people walk their dogs, but seeing someone walk his rabbit was new to us. We spotted this pair at the Jefferson County Fair last summer.