Darke County Farmers Union honors youth


Darke County Farmers Union held its Fall Harvest meeting on Oct. 27 at the OSU Extension meeting room where they honored some of the 4H youth that they supported during the livestock sales at the 2018 Great Darke County Fair. Pictured are (seated l-r) Ethan Fischer, sheep; Faith Wooten, swine; Adi Schmitz, sheep and (standing) Todd Rhoades, Darke County Farmers Union president.

Darke County Farmers Union held its Fall Harvest meeting on Oct. 27 at the OSU Extension meeting room where they honored some of the 4H youth that they supported during the livestock sales at the 2018 Great Darke County Fair. Pictured are (seated l-r) Ethan Fischer, sheep; Faith Wooten, swine; Adi Schmitz, sheep and (standing) Todd Rhoades, Darke County Farmers Union president.


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Darke County Farmers Union held its Fall Harvest meeting on Oct. 27 at the OSU Extension meeting room where they honored some of the 4H youth that they supported during the livestock sales at the 2018 Great Darke County Fair. Pictured are (seated l-r) Ethan Fischer, sheep; Faith Wooten, swine; Adi Schmitz, sheep and (standing) Todd Rhoades, Darke County Farmers Union president.

Darke County Farmers Union held its Fall Harvest meeting on Oct. 27 at the OSU Extension meeting room where they honored some of the 4H youth that they supported during the livestock sales at the 2018 Great Darke County Fair. Pictured are (seated l-r) Ethan Fischer, sheep; Faith Wooten, swine; Adi Schmitz, sheep and (standing) Todd Rhoades, Darke County Farmers Union president.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/11/web1_Fall-Harvest-WEB.jpgDarke County Farmers Union held its Fall Harvest meeting on Oct. 27 at the OSU Extension meeting room where they honored some of the 4H youth that they supported during the livestock sales at the 2018 Great Darke County Fair. Pictured are (seated l-r) Ethan Fischer, sheep; Faith Wooten, swine; Adi Schmitz, sheep and (standing) Todd Rhoades, Darke County Farmers Union president. Courtesy photo