With the Ohio State Fair just days away, it is crunch time for many young men and women preparing livestock projects for the show ring. At the end of a long day in the show ring the ribbons may be awarded to an individual, but in the case Curtis Harsh from Delaware County, the final result is a culmination of the family’s hard work.
Harsh is one of those getting set to haul his animals to Columbus, but that certainly isn’t the only thing on his schedule over the summer.
“The farm chores take a good chunk of my time, especially bailing hay this time of year,” Harsh said. “I am also playing baseball this summer, so my time in the barn is limited.”
Harsh works with his lambs, steers and heifers as much as he can be and his projects are coming along.… Continue readingRead More »