Josh and Ashley Crocker Received the 2021 Logan County Farm Bureau Outstanding Young Farm Family of the Year Award
Josh and Ashley Crocker received the 2021 Logan County Farm Bureau Outstanding Young Farm Family of the Year Award. LCFB Doug Milliken presented the award during the county's 2021 Annual Meeting. Milliken said, “Each year Logan County Farm Bureau recognizes a young farm family who is striving to build and expand a successful family farm operation. We acknowledge the family farm is foundational to the agriculture industry, and we realize this is a difficult task. Logan County Farm Bureau wants to encourage and help our farm families and those working to establish themselves in the business of farming. We present this plaque to Josh and Ashley in recognition of the hard work and dedication needed to start and grow a family farm.”
Josh grew up on his family's dairy farm in southeast Logan County. In 2014 the family sold the dairy herd and began raising dairy heifers and growing grain crops in a rotation of corn, wheat and soybeans. They also raise forage crops for the dairy heifers. In 2017 Josh and Ashley purchased their own land for crop production. They have started a small pumpkin and fall decoration business and have plans to expand the operation in the future.
Ashley is actively involved on the farm and is also employed in the Logan County School System. Josh and Ashley have two children, Allison (10) and Dylan (7).
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