This field day, co-hosted by Purdue Extension-Organic Agriculture and Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA), will provide an overview of Noble Organic Grains, owned and managed by Joel and Kim Mecklenburg, including their organic transition strategy, organic crop rotation, and markets. Guests will have the opportunity to see and learn about organic seed corn production, double crop soybeans, equipment used to interseed clover into soybeans, and a hemp grain research plot that the Mecklenburgs are managing in collaboration with Purdue University and industry partners.
Registration: To register for this free event, please call the RSVP mailbox at (614) 285-4889 by July 25 and leave a voicemail with your name, phone number, and the total number of people in your party.
Directions: The farm address listed above is marked correctly in Google Maps. From I-69, travel west on Rte. 6. Pass Kendallville and Brimfield and turn right (north) on Baseline Rd. Turn left (west) on W 900 N. Look for the barn, house, and shed with red-orange roofing on the north side of the road.