WayneOH Springville Trout

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40° 44' 13.9272" N, 82° 1' 49.7604" W

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  • AgritourismEducationalfarm tours
  • Commodity CropsCommodity Crop ProductsAnimal Feed ( Grain and Hay)Fish Feed

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  • Natural CapitalAnimalsAquaculture GeneticsFingerlings

Jarosinski Farms

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Our mission is to "Keep it Natural." We strive to raise cage-free brown eggs, pastured poultry, all-natural pork, and grass finished beef. Animal welfare is the utmost goal of the farm. Our livestock are proudly raised under the "Animal Welfare Approved" standards.

Oil Processing: Seed Production, Food Grade Oil, & Biofuel

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Our concept model for developing an oil seed processing to bio-fuels business will bring together participants through contract relationships, partnerships, and investment opportunities.

The oil seed processor is the centerpiece for this business model, and will

1. recruit and pay a premium price to growers who provide specific commodities that are grown using organic or best practice methods;

2. process the seed to food grade oil;

Shagbark Seed & Mill Expansion: Appalachian Heirloom Popcorn

M.Ajamian B.Jaeger's picture

Shagbark Seed & Mill, a certified organic seed cleaning and flour milling facility that markets grains, dry beans, flours, chips, crackers and pasta–all grown in Ohio–proposes to expand its Heirloom Popcorn line to a bagged, ready-to-eat product, and market it as an Appalachian product, since the variety has been long grown in our region. We are seeking partners to assess the market, pioneering farmers from the Appalachian region to grow heirloom varieties of popcorn, and potentially investors into various aspects of the value chain including equipment.

Local Food Access through Innovative Food Pricing Class

M.Ajamian B.Jaeger's picture

In 2011, Shagbark Seed & Mill started piloting a price class as part of a small enterprise grant received from the Wallace Center HUFED program. The below market pricing is exclusively for food access programs--and offers distributor pricing to schools, food banks, church groups and others that feed those who are food insecure.

Town and Country Coop - Wooster Grain Terminal

Supply Chain Category: 

Logistics and Distribution

Business Location: 

427 West Henry Street Wooster, OH 44691
40° 47' 44.8512" N, 81° 56' 48.2352" W

Inputs: 

  • Commodity CropsCommodity Crop ProductsCorn
  • Commodity CropsCommodity Crop ProductsOilseedsSoybeans

Outputs: 

  • Commodity CropsCommodity Crop ProductsAnimal Feed ( Grain and Hay)Fish Feed

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