Ohio’s Country Journal & Ohio Ag Net Podcast |Ep. 170 | Jr Fairs, tomatoes, but no Christmas Trees

Dusty, Matt, Dale and Kolt ring in the last day of August together this morning for the Ohio Ag Net Podcast! Dale has interviews from the Hartford independent Fair that goes along with the series that he, Kolt, and Dusty have created about county fairs this summer dealing with COVID challenges. Matt also has an interview with Andy Stickel from Wood County about his tomato crop this year.

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  1. “Am I going ‘home’ for holidays, or am I leaving ‘home’ for holidays? Which location feels more like home?” This is an interesting way to look at it, where is home? Where the heart is? I am trying to decide where to spend the Christmas holidays this year. Decisions, decisions! Wherever we decide to be, being amongst family and friends is the most important thing of all. Enjoy the festive season x.Easy English

  2. On Christmas night, folks enjoy a big feast and share gifts with each other. Homemade traditional plum cakes, cupcakes, and a lot of handmade beautiful things like dolls, muffins are the special treats on Christmas. Kids are showered with lots of presents and new dresses. They also get to meet the ‘Santa Claus’, dressed in a fluffy red and white costume, who greets them with hugs and gifts.

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