May. 04, 2022
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Mar. 30, 2022
Three Hardin County 4-H members are being recognized with top honors as Ohio 4-H Achievement Award Winners. Chloe Anderson of the Boots and Buckles 4-H Club is the 2022 in photography. Grace Collins of the Town & Country Creators 4-H Club is the 2022 winner in personal development. Johannah Thacker of the Hardin Hi-Lighters 4-H Club is the 2022 in family life and child development. This is the first time in over a decade that Hardin County has had Ohio 4-H Achievement winners.
Mar. 22, 2022
SPRING INTO WELLNESS
Feb. 09, 2022
On this page you will find the local Commodity Scholarships and Royalty applications that have been made available to us. They are posted here on this page to better serve the communities access to this information. The OSU Extension, Hardin County office will try to answer all questions and concerns or we may direct you to commodity group contacts.
Please follow the links below to form and other helpful information:
Dec. 13, 2021
The Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation recognized Jami Dellifield with the first ever Yvonne Lesicko Perseverance Prize, or Y Prize for short, for her innovative work on farmer mental health initiatives.
Dec. 08, 2021
Hardin County 2022 Plat Book is Published, Available for Purchase
Nov. 08, 2021
Amanda Raines attended the 2021 Epsilon Sigma Phi National Conference in Savannah, Georgia recently, and was recognized with the North Central Region Early Career Service Award. Raines is the 4-H Youth Development Educator in Hardin County. She specializes in mental health programming, providing Mental Health First Aid, Trauma Informed Approaches Training, and various 4-H teen and volunteer programs on mental health annually.
Oct. 08, 2021
County Fair Champion Carcasses Evaluated - The Hardin County Carcass Show of Champions were evaluated Tuesday, September 21 at Jenkins Meats in Mt. Victory. Because of the pandemic, this year’s event was virtual and featured OSU Department of Animal Sciences Assistant Professor of Meat Science Dr. Lyda Garcia as the judge and she discussed the merits of the winning market livestock carcasses from the 2021 Hardin County Fair.
Sep. 30, 2021
The 2021 Hardin County Fair "Dish Days" recipe booklet is now available for download. Please feel free to print, or if you'd prefer, visit the Hardin County Extension office and we will provide a copy for a $2.00 fee.
2021 Hardin County Fair "Dish Days" Recipe Booklet