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Chicken pickin’

July 26, 2011 Junior Fair exhibitors compete in the Seneca County Fair’s poultry show Monday morning. To view more photos from Seneca County Fair, visit more »»

It was a fair day for fair work

July 25, 2011 Pre-fair judging Aerospace Rockets Away: 1st, Andrew Daniels, 4-H Unlimited; 2nd, Alex Byrne, 4-H Guys and Gals. more »»

Fair to have wildlife, conservation display

July 23, 2011 By Vicki Johnson Staff Writer A wildlife and conservation display featuring nature-related organizations and agencies is new at the fair this year. more »»

Fair builds new livestock arena

July 23, 2011 By Vicki Johnson Staff Writer Last week, construction crews were putting the final touches on the new $148,000 livestock barn and show arena on the fairgrounds. more »»

Ticket prices increase by $2

July 23, 2011 By Karen Kin Correspondent Membership and season ticket holders at this year’s Seneca County Fair can expect to pay more for admission. more »»

Junior Fair changes awards, to give fewer trophies

July 23, 2011 By Karen Kin Correspondent Seneca County Junior Fair participants will get to experience some fresh ideas during this year’s fair week. more »»

Kneeskern to be honored at fair

July 23, 2011 By Jill Gosche Staff Writer A New York native who has been living in Tiffin for more than four decades is to be honored for his contributions to the agriculture field. more »»

King, queen selection rules change

July 23, 2011 By Karen Kin Correspondent Junior Fair exhibitors will have a say this year in who represents Seneca County Fair as king and queen. more »»

Fair is a pit stop

July 23, 2011 By Jill Gosche Staff Writer One of two cars that are put on display at NASCAR races is making its first pit stop in Tiffin at Seneca County Fair Monday. more »»

Fair brings new, keeps old

July 23, 2011 By Karen Kin Correspondent New attractions and events will shine this year at the Seneca County Fair, in addition to traditional grandstand events. more »»

Entertainment offerings increase

July 23, 2011 The number of acts to perform on the stage in the entertainment building has increased. Senior Fair Board members have kept evening performances but have added earlier shows to this year’s lineup. more »»

Ag forum: Cover crops save soil

July 21, 2011 The benefits of growing winter cover crops on agricultural fields was the focus of a field day Wednesday in rural Tiffi. more »»

Manure Science Review to take place Aug. 16

July 15, 2011 DEGRAFF — Putting waste to good use and keeping water supplies safe are the focuses of the annual Manure Science Review 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Aug. 16. more »»

FSA accepting nominations for county committee

July 15, 2011 Seneca County Farm Service Agency is accepting nominations through Aug. 1 for the upcoming Farm Service Agency County Committee election. more »»

Field Crops Day to focus on wet spring

July 13, 2011 HOYTVILLE — Late planting and other impacts from this year’s wet spring will highlight this year’s Field Crops Day 9-11:30 a.m. July 28 at the Northwest Agricultural Research Station in Hoytville. more »»

Cover crop field day planned July 20

July 12, 2011 A Cover Crop Field Day designed to introduce farmers to a variety of cover crops is planned July 20 in rural Tiffin. more »»

Farmers, planters get forum to voice concern

July 1, 2011 WASHINGTON, D.C. — A representative from the office of Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, is to conduct office hours 10 a.m. more »»

Learn & grow

June 22, 2011 Riehm Farms is to host an Innovative Farmers of Ohio tour 2-4 p.m. more »»

Record rains cause livestock concerns

June 3, 2011 COLUMBUS – As a result of heavy rains, Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Soil and Water Resources is offering limited financial assistance to qualifying livestock farmers whose manure... more »»

Farmers facing choices with wet spring

May 23, 2011 In a normal year, farmers would have at least 75 percent of their corn crop in the ground by now and be busy planting soybeans. more »»



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