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Tree farm sold

Stacy family’s master plan for land seals $1M deal

January 9, 2013

The trees may be gone for good, but the former Ohio Department of Natural Resources tree nursery in Reno finally has a new purpose and a new owner....

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OhioRiverRat

Jan-09-13 6:19 AM

As it should be! Looking forward to seeing the ground come alive in the years to come,

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moderation

Jan-09-13 6:53 AM

A Million dollar baby! That's a lot of strawberries.

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armybrat

Jan-09-13 8:13 AM

I am so glad that land will not be turned into another housing development. Good luck to the Stacy's.

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bobcatfan

Jan-09-13 9:09 AM

A nice family and a great idea. I know they'll make it a success. Best of luck!

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busylady

Jan-09-13 9:35 AM

Thank you to the Stacys for expanding and contributing to the economy in these tough times. Best of luck and I look forward to visiting the new operation.

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MaryPoppins

Jan-09-13 9:55 AM

Does that mean a bridge can go through Oak Grove now? Just kidding Stacy's?

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MaryPoppins

Jan-09-13 9:56 AM

Sure appreciate you all being around and your fine strawberries. Your contribution to the commun ity has been great.

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LovesBuckeyes

Jan-09-13 12:41 PM

Everywhere I look beautiful fields are being turned into strip malls and cookie cutter housing projects. Thank heavens, some people have the good sense to know that we NEED farm land to remain agricultural. I hope the Stacy's will have great success and that their new venture will become a long-held family tradition.

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BeRight

Jan-09-13 1:06 PM

Did I miss the part in the article that tells me how many acres were involved in the sale?

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donethis2long

Jan-09-13 2:56 PM

BeRight - look at the sign. Best of luck to the Stacy family. I among many other's have worked on their family farm as a teenager. They helped teach many youngsters what hard work is and to value the dollars they have earned.

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BeRight

Jan-09-13 3:35 PM

So, it was not in the article. The picture did not open when I read the article earlier. Just saw the print edition. Clear as a bell . 92 acres. Good deal for farm land this close to town.

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Richardson

Jan-10-13 11:20 PM

OUTSTANDING !!!!!!!!

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