Dosters: Ohio Bicentennial Farm family


Daniel Collett came from Virginia to Clinton County to farm in a slavery-free state and bought Adams Township land here in 1814. Six generations later, the land remains in the family and is owned by the William Doster Farms Partnership. At the Clinton County Fair on Thursday, the Ohio Department of Agriculture recognized the Doster Family for maintaining the farm for 200 years. Family members received a certificate honoring them as an Ohio Bicentennial Farm family. From left are brothers Howard (wife Barbara) Doster and John (wife Carol) Doster, Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) representative John Schlichter and Clinton County Senior Fair Board Secretary Mike Hacker. According to the ODA registration form, Daniel Collett grew wheat, corn, oats and flax, and also used the land for timber and maple syrup.


Daniel Collett came from Virginia to Clinton County to farm in a slavery-free state and bought Adams Township land here in 1814. Six generations later, the land remains in the family and is owned by the William Doster Farms Partnership. At the Clinton County Fair on Thursday, the Ohio Department of Agriculture recognized the Doster Family for maintaining the farm for 200 years. Family members received a certificate honoring them as an Ohio Bicentennial Farm family. From left are brothers Howard (wife Barbara) Doster and John (wife Carol) Doster, Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) representative John Schlichter and Clinton County Senior Fair Board Secretary Mike Hacker. According to the ODA registration form, Daniel Collett grew wheat, corn, oats and flax, and also used the land for timber and maple syrup.

Daniel Collett came from Virginia to Clinton County to farm in a slavery-free state and bought Adams Township land here in 1814. Six generations later, the land remains in the family and is owned by the William Doster Farms Partnership. At the Clinton County Fair on Thursday, the Ohio Department of Agriculture recognized the Doster Family for maintaining the farm for 200 years. Family members received a certificate honoring them as an Ohio Bicentennial Farm family. From left are brothers Howard (wife Barbara) Doster and John (wife Carol) Doster, Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) representative John Schlichter and Clinton County Senior Fair Board Secretary Mike Hacker. According to the ODA registration form, Daniel Collett grew wheat, corn, oats and flax, and also used the land for timber and maple syrup.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/07/web1_doster_9.jpgDaniel Collett came from Virginia to Clinton County to farm in a slavery-free state and bought Adams Township land here in 1814. Six generations later, the land remains in the family and is owned by the William Doster Farms Partnership. At the Clinton County Fair on Thursday, the Ohio Department of Agriculture recognized the Doster Family for maintaining the farm for 200 years. Family members received a certificate honoring them as an Ohio Bicentennial Farm family. From left are brothers Howard (wife Barbara) Doster and John (wife Carol) Doster, Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) representative John Schlichter and Clinton County Senior Fair Board Secretary Mike Hacker. According to the ODA registration form, Daniel Collett grew wheat, corn, oats and flax, and also used the land for timber and maple syrup.