Learn the secrets to successful container gardens, no matter where you live. Container gardening offers an alternative to traditional gardening, and allows for portability. It is also a great way to recycle many items and add creativity to your landscaping. Topics: Learn the secrets to successful container gardens Discover how container gardens allow for portability […]Find out more »
This fish sale is offered as a service to the community to make smaller quantities of fish available for sale at a reasonable price. This type of opportunity is not often available to the public. Cost: Largemouth Bass – .85¢ each Bluegill – .75¢ each Channel Catfish – .75¢ each Redear Shellcracker – .85¢ each […]Find out more »
It’s that time again! Join Agland Country Store for their annual Spring Equine Event featuring guest speakers Dr. Steve Miletta from Lisbon Veterinary Clinic and Christa Scarborough from Purina. This year’s topics will be “Straight From The Horse’s Mouth” by Dr. Miletta and The Importance of Understanding Your Horse Feed Tag by Christa. The new […]Find out more »
Equine Upper Respiratory Infections: Strangles, Herpes, and much more. Presented by Dr. Shane Dewitt, DVM, DACVIM Equine Specialty Hospital. This is part of Dr. Trish’s free lecture series. Come join us at the Hartville Kitchen and enjoy pie, coffee and very informative speakers. All horse owners are invited to this free event. RSVP is required […]Find out more »
This is the next Free Horse Owner meeting brought to you by Dr. Trish. Join us for pie and coffee while listening to a lecture by Dr. Shane Dewitt, DVM, DACVIM Equine Specialty Hospital. Dr. Dewitt will discuss different types of Upper Respiratory Infections: Strangles, Herpes and much more. Don’t miss out. This is a […]Find out more »
Farmers in 10 Ohio counties can apply for funds for pasture and farmstead-based projects.
This spring has been less than ideal so far, but still not a major concern.
National report card on food safety indicates more can be done.
The leaders of the Agland Co-op and the Green Valley Co-op feel that by merging the two co-ops, the result will be a better value to farmers.