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The local guide to quality products and services for your farm!
Green Valley Biomass
10510 Route 549, Millerton, PA 16936
Sawdust, Animal Bedding, Horse Bedding Pellets,
Firewood, Heating Pellets & Stone
Fencing & Brush Hogging.
All kinds of Livestock Fencing!
Blend’s Feed & Farm Supply
7788 Route 49, Osceola, PA 16666
A Feed For Every Need
Cornell Bros., Inc.
84 Milk Plant Road, Middlebury Center, PA 16935
570-376-2411 or 800-326-9822
Feed, Seed, Lime, Fertilizer & Chemicals
6872 Austinville Road, Columbia Crossroads, PA 16914
Feed, Custom Feeds, Fertilizer & Hardware
Wade’s Farm & Home
94 Front Street, Addison, NY 14801
Fencing, Gates, Feed, Seed & More!
Bryan’s Meat Cutting & Country Butcher Shop
8861 Springfield Road, Milan, PA 18831
Custom processing & retail store. USDA Inspected
Painter’s Meat Processing
408 E River St, Elkland, PA 16920
Processing your livestock & wild game.
Generac PowerPro Elite Dealer
Brodrick Hughes Energy, LLC
2050 N. Williamson Road, Covington, PA 16917
Generac Generator Sales and Service
Give us a call, we deliver!
Diesel Fuel, Propane & Fuel Oil
99 Canal Street, Big Flats, NY 14814
Pole Barns, Sheds, Gazebos & Horse Run-Ins
Middlebury, PA 570-376-2005;
Addison, NY 607-359-3436;
Ready Mix Concrete, Water & Septic Tanks, Retaining Wall Blocks & Gravel
Wheeland Lumber Company, Inc.
3558 Williamson Trail, Liberty, PA 16930
Timber & Forestry
Seals Building Supply
329 North Williamson Road, Blossburg, PA 16912
Lumber, Fencing, Pole Barns & Hardware
Mountain Valley Realty, Inc.
477 Tioga Street, Wellsboro, PA
Farms, Homes, Camps, Land, Rentals
Hall’s Homes & Lumber
8759 PA-287, Tioga, PA 16946
Small Engine Sales & Service, Lawn Tractors, HUSQVARNA Dealer
Jim’s Equipment Repair
8597 Main Street, Campbell, NY 14821
Kioti Tractors & UTV’s, Steiner Turf Equipment Bob-Cat Zero Turn Mowers
Jon’s Hydraulics – Tubes N’ Hoses®
3130 Route 414, Canton, PA 17724
We will duplicate any tube or hose worldwide. Metric or Empirical!
Krise’s Tire & Auto Services Center
721 Canton Street, Troy, PA 16947
Tires for ATVs, Side By Sides & Batteries
Larry’s Sport Center
1913 US Route 6, Galeton, PA 16922
Serving the areas outdoor enthusiasts since 1971.
Mazourek Farms, Inc.
105 Mazourek Road, Newfield, NY 14867
Farm Equipment & Parts, Farm Toys & More
Tioga Rentals, LLC
22 Route 328, Tioga, PA 16946
570-625-0118; M-F 9AM-5PM; Sat. 8AM-Noon
Equipment Rentals, Minor Equipment Repair, Mobile Hot Pressure Washing & Tires
Troy Marble & Granite
22630 Rte. 14, Troy, PA 16947
Sandblasting Anything Metal
Troy Veterinary Clinic
15579 Route 14 Troy, PA 16947
Large & Small, 24 Hour Emergency Care
USDA/NRCS – Wellsboro Field Office
50 Plaza Lane, Wellsboro, PA 16901
Ben Renner, District Conservationist
Penn State Extension – Tioga county
118 Main Street Courthouse Annex, Wellsboro, PA 16901
Practical agriculture education you can trust.
Should a person hear that a couple “tied the knot,” it’s immediately known that they got married. But just when and where does the term “tying the knot” come from?
The phrase “tying the knot” is steeped in tradition, though the origins of the phrase remain open for debate. One origin story states that tying the knot can be traced back to the Roman empire, when brides wore girdles that were tied in knots, and the groom had to eventually untie those knots to consummate the marriage.
Tying the knot also may be traced to the custom of handfasting. The marriage contract was established between a bride and a groom by joining their hands together and tying them. Although accounts vary as to whether the hands were tied only during the ceremony or later, this is believed to be an ancient Renaissance or Celtic tradition.
Others speculate that the phrase traces its origins to Hindu weddings in which brides and grooms tied a necklace of flowers as part of wedding tradition.
Yet another theory suggests that the phrase can be traced back to the knotted string that supported beds prior to the use of metal springs. Therefore, in order to make a marriage bed, couples first needed to tie the knot.
Knots also represent a difficult-to-break bond, which is why they have long been associated with marriage.
In one unity tradition, couples may braid or knot together three strands, with one representing the bride, one symbolizing the groom and the third representing God as they join together in faith.
Similarly, the phrase “getting hitched” is associated with knot-tying as well. The saying implies that two people are being tied together just like a horse is tied, or hitched, to a wagon.
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