Any Way You Spin it, the Sirna’s Have a Green Thumb!

Sirna’s Farm is a large supporter of The Great Geauga County Fair. Owner Craig Sirna lends a hand and expertise to the fair each year as ring chairman. He helps set up the arena to prepare for the Junior Fair Livestock Sale every year. Initially, his involvement was just a helping dad while his three children participated in 4-H. Now, years after they’re done, the Sirna’s still make a name for themselves at the fair.

Craig’s wife Anne takes her pride and joy vegetables and enters them into the fair as her own project. She started entering produce back when the kids first got involved in 4-H and has since kept up entering. Not only is entering produce a regular occurrence for Sirna’s Farm, winning is too!

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As farmers, gardeners, and homeowners alike all know: this summer has been….weird! This didn’t stop Anne from going out into the fields and cold-frame hoop houses and scouting for the best of the best. In previous years, Sirna’s Farm has won titles like “Best in Show.” But this year, their abundance of first place winners are taking the spotlight. Of 13 items entered into The Great Geauga County Fair, eight came back with beautiful blue ribbons. Proudly, the Sirna’s still announce their few second and third place winners as well.

Their award winning vegetables are available 7 days a week at their store front location at 19009 Ravenna Road/ State Route 44. The farm market located on the farm is where you’ll find Anne on most days. Take a drive to this family owned and operated farm where you’ll truly find hard earned and award winning produce. Anyway you spin it, the Sirna’s have a green thumb. And the best news is, this gardener opens the doors to public consumption. Visit their website for more information and to view other awards won by Sirna’s Farm.

Sirna's Farm

  • Eggplant, 1st Place
  • Tomatillos 1st Place
  • Habeneros, 1st Place
  • Indigo Tomatoes, 1st Place
  • Italian Romas, 1st Place
  • Burgandy Okra, 1st Place
  • Brown Eggs, 1st Place
  • Medium Hot Blocks, 1st Place
  • Jalapenos, 2nd Place
  • 8 Ball Squash, 3rd Place
  • Heaviest Tomato, 3rd Place

Sirna's Farm

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Author: Geauga News