‘Farm Days’ event fills Morrow County’s weekend


Carol Bartlett | The Sentinel Ben Nolting, of Ashley, relaxes while watching the pedal pull at Farm Days Also relaxing is his Blue Tick Hound, Luke.


Angie Dedinger | The Sentinel Fourth place pie winner, Jeanette Kincaid with her chocolate pecan bourbon pie purchased by Burgess Castle for $300 He is a Republican candidate for Morrow County Commissioner.


Carol Bartlett | The Sentinel Jim Myers, left of Mansfield and Don Myers, right of Lewis Center are ardent John Deere tractors devotees. The brothers stand with two of Jim’s tractors at Farm Days, 2016. Both are members of the Morrow County Antique Tractor and Equipment Association since 1992. Jim has been a devotee of John Deere tractors since 1939 – when he was a young teenager. The brothers were testing the motors of these tractors.


Carol Bartlett | The Sentinel The driver of this 1940 Minneapolis Moline tractor is comfortable with a canopy over his head in addition to be parked under a tent – but alas, the driver is only a mannequin that drew some attention at Farm Days 2016.


Carol Bartlett | The Sentinel


Angie Dedinger | The Sentinel Rachel Bush holds her second place pie, an apple, purchased by Judges Howard Hall and Rob Hickson for $200 during the 2016 Farm Days pie auction.


Carol Bartlett | The Sentinel Some of the Oliver tractors displayed at Farm Days 2016. This year's was the theme tractor this year.


Angie Dedinger | The Sentinel Vickie McKinney and her first place pecan pie is pictured with Mike Matuch, who purchased the pie for $325 during the Farm Days auction. He is a write in candidate for Morrow County Commissioner.


Angie Dedinger | The Sentinel Heather Powell with the third place pie, a brown sugar peach purchased for $250 by John Powell.


Carol Bartlett | The Sentinel

Ben Nolting, of Ashley, relaxes while watching the pedal pull at Farm Days Also relaxing is his Blue Tick Hound, Luke.

Carol Bartlett | The Sentinel Ben Nolting, of Ashley, relaxes while watching the pedal pull at Farm Days Also relaxing is his Blue Tick Hound, Luke.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/08/web1_Ben-Nolting-and-Luke-Blue-Tick-Hound-2016-1.jpgCarol Bartlett | The Sentinel Ben Nolting, of Ashley, relaxes while watching the pedal pull at Farm Days Also relaxing is his Blue Tick Hound, Luke.

Angie Dedinger | The Sentinel

Fourth place pie winner, Jeanette Kincaid with her chocolate pecan bourbon pie purchased by Burgess Castle for $300 He is a Republican candidate for Morrow County Commissioner.

http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/08/web1_Jeanette-Kincaid-and-Burgess-Castle-fourth-place-pie-Farm-Days-2016-1.jpgAngie Dedinger | The Sentinel

Fourth place pie winner, Jeanette Kincaid with her chocolate pecan bourbon pie purchased by Burgess Castle for $300 He is a Republican candidate for Morrow County Commissioner.

Carol Bartlett | The Sentinel

Jim Myers, left of Mansfield and Don Myers, right of Lewis Center are ardent John Deere tractors devotees. The brothers stand with two of Jim’s tractors at Farm Days, 2016. Both are members of the Morrow County Antique Tractor and Equipment Association since 1992. Jim has been a devotee of John Deere tractors since 1939 – when he was a young teenager. The brothers were testing the motors of these tractors.

http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/08/web1_Jim-and-Dan-Myers-with-John-Deere-tractors-1.jpgCarol Bartlett | The Sentinel

Jim Myers, left of Mansfield and Don Myers, right of Lewis Center are ardent John Deere tractors devotees. The brothers stand with two of Jim’s tractors at Farm Days, 2016. Both are members of the Morrow County Antique Tractor and Equipment Association since 1992. Jim has been a devotee of John Deere tractors since 1939 – when he was a young teenager. The brothers were testing the motors of these tractors.

Carol Bartlett | The Sentinel

The driver of this 1940 Minneapolis Moline tractor is comfortable with a canopy over his head in addition to be parked under a tent – but alas, the driver is only a mannequin that drew some attention at Farm Days 2016.

http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/08/web1_Minneapolis-Moline-Tractor-2016-Farm-Days-1.jpgCarol Bartlett | The Sentinel

The driver of this 1940 Minneapolis Moline tractor is comfortable with a canopy over his head in addition to be parked under a tent – but alas, the driver is only a mannequin that drew some attention at Farm Days 2016.

Carol Bartlett | The Sentinel
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/08/web1_More-Olivers-at-Farm-Days-2016-1.jpgCarol Bartlett | The Sentinel

Angie Dedinger | The Sentinel

Rachel Bush holds her second place pie, an apple, purchased by Judges Howard Hall and Rob Hickson for $200 during the 2016 Farm Days pie auction.

http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/08/web1_second-place-pie-Rachel-Bush-with-Judge-Howard-Hall-and-Judge-Rob-Hickson-absent-1.jpgAngie Dedinger | The Sentinel

Rachel Bush holds her second place pie, an apple, purchased by Judges Howard Hall and Rob Hickson for $200 during the 2016 Farm Days pie auction.

Carol Bartlett | The Sentinel

Some of the Oliver tractors displayed at Farm Days 2016. This year’s was the theme tractor this year.

http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/08/web1_Some-of-the-theme-tractors-the-Olivers-at-Farm-Days-2016-1.jpgCarol Bartlett | The Sentinel

Some of the Oliver tractors displayed at Farm Days 2016. This year’s was the theme tractor this year.

Angie Dedinger | The Sentinel

Vickie McKinney and her first place pecan pie is pictured with Mike Matuch, who purchased the pie for $325 during the Farm Days auction. He is a write in candidate for Morrow County Commissioner.

http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/08/web1_Vickie-McKinney-first-place-pie-winner-Farm-Days-2016-1.jpgAngie Dedinger | The Sentinel

Vickie McKinney and her first place pecan pie is pictured with Mike Matuch, who purchased the pie for $325 during the Farm Days auction. He is a write in candidate for Morrow County Commissioner.

Angie Dedinger | The Sentinel

Heather Powell with the third place pie, a brown sugar peach purchased for $250 by John Powell.

http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/08/web1_Heather-Powell-and-John-Powell-3d-third-place-pie-1.jpgAngie Dedinger | The Sentinel

Heather Powell with the third place pie, a brown sugar peach purchased for $250 by John Powell.