Is Meigs County growing or are we just standing by as many Americans see our food supply being cut short from a dry season. As for Meigs County I hate to drive to the west end of the county and see farm land in the Salem Center, Dexter, Harrisonville and Rutland areas with so much tillable farm land that could be growing corn or soybeans.
One wonders when someone will come here and lease this land and farm it for growing corn and soybeans. When this comes so do the grain silos. Why hasn’t it happened. I am sure its money for Americans have to eat and this area has very good growing seasons.
Come on Meigs County, let’s push this farming area and make that tillable land work for all of us in American. Don’t waste good crop growing land. Make something from it.
Floyd H. Cleland