AgDayLogoMarshall County Ag Day Committee is holding an event to promote the value of agriculture to our community.  Ag Day program is held at Centennial Park by the old horse barn in Plymouth, Indiana on Thursday, September 14.  During the day from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm there will be several educational displays pertaining to Marshall County Agriculture for area residents to view.

The goal of the committee is to highlight the importance of Marshall County Agriculture in raising our food and economic benefits to our local economy.

Marshall County Ag Day sponsors are Marshall County Farm Bureau, Culver Young Farmers, Marshall County Dairy Association, North Central Beef Cattle Association, Marshall County SWCD, Marshall County 4-H Council and Junior Leaders,  Purdue Extension, Case IH-North Central Agri-Power, Culver Duck Farm, Gilsinger Implement Co. Inc., Milk Promotions, Indiana Poultry Association, Indiana Dairy Council, Indiana Beef Cattle Association, Indiana Soybean Alliance, Indiana Pork Producers, and Indiana Corn Marketing Council

For the day event, the committee will have educational displays on dairy cattle, beef cattle, chickens, swine, sheep, goats, draft horses, natural resource conservation, crop production, farm safety, nutrition, electrical safety, and 4-H program.  If you have time over your lunch hour or throughout the day, please stop by the park and check out our displays.  This event is a great activity to learn about our agricultural industry that raises food for your family to eat.

If you plan to bring a group of individuals to attend the day activity, we would appreciate you calling the Marshall County Extension Office at (574) 935-8545 or e-mail Robert Yoder, Extension Educator,  We will schedule a volunteer to lead your group through the displays. Again, the Marshall County Ag Day Committee will be holding an event in Centennial Park in Plymouth on Thursday, September 14th, from 8:30 am through 2:30 pm in the afternoon.  Stop by and celebrate local Agriculture with us! Thank You, Area Farmers!