Essay Contest Gains Mileage for Harvest Land Members

Our first quarterly customer newsletter of 2015 invited Harvest Land members to take part in the 2015 Indiana Prairie Farmer - CountryMark adult essay contest. This contest was open to anyone in the public over the age of 21, and published on the Indiana Prairie Farmer website. The winners were to receive free CountryMark fuel. In 250-300 words, participants were asked to 

Describe what is “the single best decision you have ever made in farming?” 

We are incredibly proud to announce that the winners - First, Second and Third place - were all Harvest Land Co-op members! 

1st Place, winning 500 gallons of PDX-4 off-road diesel 

Mike Feitshans of Arcanum, Ohio 

2nd Place, winning 250 gallons of PDX-4 off-road diesel 

Michael Moore of New Castle, Indiana 

3rd Place, winning 100 gallons of PDX-4 off-road diesel 

Ed Shirey of Mooreland, Indiana 


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