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FY20 AgEP Lime Contracts Approved - 8/1/19
posted by: Sherry Pearson

Approved for the Agriculture Enhancement Program (AgEP) practice of applying agricultural lime

Baker, Steve

Williamson, Victor

White, Carl

Buffington, William

Burkhammer, Dustin

H&H Farms

Hussell, Donald

Roach, Paul E II

Scholl, Marc

Clemans, Vernon

Gandee, Raymond L

H&H Cattle, Inc

Meadows, Donald

Fisher, Carroll Gene

Morris, William D

Cochran Brian

Moore, Greg

Hill, Donnie

Parsons, Greg

Randolph, Gene

Stone, M. Dale

Deweese, Forrest

Witt, Tim

Johnson, John

Ohlinger, John

Deweese, Chris

Holliday, Michael

Carr, Justin

Hoffman, Joe

Taylor, Greg

Bryant, David

Kirk, Thomas

Roush, Jodie T.

Roush, Warner

Casto, Joe

Rollins, Justin

Carson Farms

These approvals were made at the July 25th, 2019 meeting of the board. 

posted by: Sherry Pearson

The WCD has a two-ton Stoltzfus Lime Spreader for rent to District Cooperators in the counties of Mason, Jackson and Putnam. 

A $100 deposit is required

Rates are:  $100 first day, $50 each additional day (pick up by 11 a.m. today, use next full day return by 9 a.m. the following day)  Weekend Rate:  $150 (11 a.m. Friday to 9 a.m. Monday)

For more information or to schedule the spreader contact the WCD office at 304-675-3054.  To reserve the spreader contact the Ripley NRCS Field Office at 304-372-6231 x 3.  The spreader is housed at the Jackson County USDA Service Center.

Welcome to the Western Conservation District...Established in 1940 - 2/26/18
posted by: Sherry Pearson

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WV Century Farm Program Expands to Include Sesquicentennial and Bicentennial Farms - 2/26/18
posted by: Sherry Pearson

The WV Century Farm Program that honors farms that have been in a family for 100 years, has expanded to include 150 and 200 years of being a family owned farm.

To see if your farm or a family members farm qualifies for this recognition program, click on the link below to review the rules and application.  The application must be received in

the Western Conservation District office by April 1st.   In the year you apply. 


A family member must be involved in the day-to-day operation of the farm.  The farm must be at least 10 acres of the original holdings and gross more than $1,000 annually.

Farms will be recognized with a sign designating the farm either as a century, sesquicentennial or bicentennial farm at the district's annual awards banquet held in the fall. 



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