The 2012 Stark County Farm Tour is the 23rd annual tour of farms and agricultural facilities presented by the Stark County Farm Bureau. This year’s tour features a diverse group of agricultural facilities and promises to be a fun-filled day.
Currently, Deerfield Farms serves area farmers in many ways; as a grain elevator, a fertilzer, seed and crop protection products retailer, and as a grain drying, storage, handling, and feeding equipment supplier.
We distinguish ourselves in the marketplace by being a caring team of professionals who seek first to understand the needs of our customers and then to provide solutions as our top priority. Whether it is a grain contract, equipment purchase, or an agronomic decision, we focus our energies and resources to partner with farmers to grow and sustain their business.
Motts Greenhouse established in 1975 is open from March to the end of October; the garden center is bursting with colorful flowers. We also offer a great selection of annuals, vegetable plants, perennials, and roses in the spring. In the fall, we carry mums, asters, icicle pansies, and fall outdoor decorations such as; pumpkins, gourds, corn stalks, and more to color your landscape. During the whole season, Motts carries Fairy Garden accessories, bird baths, and assorted planters.
As you find yourself traveling State Route 172, going east past East Canton and just before you reach the small town of Paris, Arrowhead Orchard is on the right side of the road, the far-side of a hill and the back-side of the barn. Stop by the apple house and take a long breath of fresh air and smell the delicious scent of apple. Enjoy a walk over the hill in the orchard and see if you can find the spring. Listen to the wind through the trees and maybe you will hear 70 years of very special living.
Don’t miss the stop at the Pugh Family Farm where you will see pasture and croplands along with the beef feeding operation. A hayride will get you up close to the spring development system and waterways and past the cattle feedlot and equipment sheds. In addition, many representatives of the agriculture community will be there to share in the fun. There will numerous equipment displays from local companies ranging from large field equipment to ATV’s and even a garden tractor pulling display. The barn area will have displays of show cattle, alpacas, homing pigeons, animal rescue and adoption groups, and a petting zoo.
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