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County Dairy Service Unit seeks scholarship, princess applicants

The Hardin County Dairy Service Unit will be awarding a scholarship at their annual banquet on Feb. 15. Funds raised from the association’s semi-annual cheese sale are used to support…

Dairy banquet planned for Feb. 15

The annual Hardin County Dairy Banquet will be at noon Saturday, Feb. 15 at Walnut Grove United Methodist Church, north of Kenton. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for…

Corn, Soybean and Wheat Connection Webinars slated

The Hardin County Extension office will be the host of three Corn, Soybean and Wheat Connection Webinars from Ohio State University Extension’s Agronomic Crops Team on Jan. 14, Feb. 11…

Conservation Tillage Club breakfast series to start Jan. 14

The 2014 Conservation Tillage Club breakfast program series will begin on Tuesday, Jan. 14 at the Plaza Inn in Mount Victory. Each session will begin at 7:30 a.m. with complimentary…

Retiring together

Retiring together

Hardin County Farm Services Agency Director Doug Dyer (center) presents a plaque to Penny Moore, who has worked for the agency for 36 years, most recently as its information technologist…

Hardin County Ag Hall of Fame to induct six members

The Hardin County Agriculture Hall of Fame has announced the 2013 inductees. Franklin Garmon, Laurie Laird, Rex and Joan Sullinger, and Bernard and Virginia Williams will be indcuted at the…

Meeting set about forming LLC

The Hardin County Farm Bureau, in conjunction with a representative from the Secretary of State’s office, is hosting a meeting to help people understand how to form a Limited Liability…

Rainfall patterns create challenging growing season

With the help of 15 volunteer rainfall reporters, the Hardin County Extension office has collected unofficial township rainfall data for the past 21 consecutive years. This year, the last half…

Hardin Co. soybean fields part of statewide yield study

Five Hardin County soybean fields were part of a statewide OSU Extension Soybean Yield-Limiting Factor Study to determine how to increase production, profits, and quality for local farmers. This research…

Arlington farmer growing innovative new soybeans

ARLINGTON — Hybrid cars, iPads and drones are just a few technologies developed to revolutionize various industries. Ohio farmers have adopted the same approach to innovation in their fields with…