Merle and Athnee Pearson (left) of Waynesburg, Ohio, and Deanna and Larry Stoffer of Kensington, Ohio, showed Farm and Dairy off to relatives in Florida in March. Merle says he’s a big fan of ours, especially the church page.
Farm and Dairy took a trip overseas to Achill Island, County Mayo, Ireland, in April with John Murphy, a firefighter from Cleveland. Murphy, and the paper, visited the small villages where his parents were born and the home he built for them on family land that belonged to his grandfather.
Dan Mayor of Alliance, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along when he visited the North Carolina State Fair last October. Thanks for taking us along — you know we love a good fair!
A group of friends from Ashland and Richland counties traveled by Amtrak to Salt Lake City, Utah, to do genealogical research. On this day, they decided to enjoy the sunshine and warm temperatures by visiting the Ogden Union RR Station Museum with Farm and Dairy. Thanks for taking us along — we love to ride […]
Raymond and Marcella James of Wellsville, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along on their trip to Coral Castle, Fla., near Miami.
The Bookman family of Randolph, Ohio, took a trip to the Caribbean and they were sure to bring reading materials with them and Farm and Dairy came along. Here, Kayli and Clark show their reading material in Jamaica.
Tredd Barton and his wife braved the wind to get a shot of themselves holding their favorite paper (Farm and Dairy, of course!) in front of the Sphinx and pyramids in Egypt.
Leona Pliszka of Leona Pliszka Auctioneers, Bristolville, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along on her vacation to Indian Rocks Beach on Florida’s Gulf Coast.
Farm and Dairy does its patriotic duty with Lt. Col. Thomas (Bart) Elsea of Hartford, Ohio, who’s currently serving in the Middle East. We stopped with him at Al Udeid, the U.S. air base in Qatar, which is also home to the air operations command for Operation Enduring Freedom.
We loved traveling with Clyde (Bud) Secrest of New Athens, Ohio, when he headed to Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii in February. They tell us that you all had blizzard conditions in Ohio while we basked in balmy 70-degree weather.
You sure can’t enjoy antique engines outdoors in Ashtabula County in February, so the gang headed to the Fly Wheelers Antique Engine Show in Fort Meade, Fla. Meeting up at the show Feb. 27 were friends and members of the Ashtabula County Antique Engine Club (front row): Carol Zaebst, Evelyn Zaebst, Mary Zaebst and Linda […]
Captain Shawn M. Gralinski, Military Police, U.S. Army poses with Farm and Dairy in Rawashed, Iraq. Capt. Gralinski is a combat advisor with the Iraq National police. He patrols a rural area north and south of Balad, including Rawashed. There are many vineyards, vegetable farms and all types of small herd operations. He has learned […]
The Hickle family of Richmond, Ohio, has taken Farm and Dairy to all 50 states. The last of the “fifty-nifty” states the family, including, front row, Bobby and Heidi and back row, Cathy and Dennis, visited was Alaska in July 2008. Thanks for giving us a complete tour of our great nation!
J. Lynne Biery of Louisville, Ohio; Bob and Wendy Joliet of Canton, Ohio and Mike and Vickie Young of Canton, took Farm and Dairy to Cancun, Mexico. The group took their trip in January 2009 and missed the blizzard back home. What timing!
Cheryl and Jerry Ward of Columbiana, Ohio, took their Farm and Dairy to Fort Myers, Fla., when they went to the ECHO Global Demonstration Farm. ECHO is the Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization and provides unique solutions to world hunger.
Shawn Pawlowski of Seville, Ohio, shared Farm and Dairy with the folks at American Truck Wash and Chrome Shop in Wheeling, W.Va.
The Shammo family enjoyed some fun in the sun with Farm and Dairy on their vacation to Myrtle Beach, S.C., in August 2008. Pictured (left to right) are Mark, Jacob and Cary Shammo and Hanna Skolosh.
In 2008, Farm and Dairy ran a story on the Cross Border Animal Power Project for Peace, which is a program that teaches ox-driving skills to people in war-torn Uganda. Vicki Solomon of Huntsburg, Ohio, (second from left) was one of the instructors. She remembered to take Farm and Dairy along on her adventure and […]
Our legs were tired after climbing the Pacaya Volcano in Guatemala, but we were in good company. Joining us on the adventure was Cynthia Marshall, a professor at the Community College of Beaver County in Monaca, Pa. Marshall said it was difficult finding someone to take her picture since the wind was blowing at 40 […]
Farm and Dairy went to Grinnell, Iowa, in October for a little pheasant hunting. We were joined by Bob Dettinger, Ron Muresan and Don Hayes of Cortland, Ohio.