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Posted by on Sep 2, 2014 in Featured, Ohio Agricultural History | 1 comment

Creativity Thrives on Gorman Century Farm

Creativity Thrives on Gorman Century Farm


Highland County is home to the Jim and Linda Gorman Century Farm, which produces no-till corn, garden vegetables, an occasional timber harvest, and lots of memories and creativity to match.

Jim, a member of the Southwest Ohio Antique Tractor Club and the Southwest Ohio Farm Toy Club, collects and restores antique tractors and farm machinery and also builds miniature versions of farm toys from scratch. He has brought home honors from several scratch-built competitions, including the National Farm Toy show in Dyersville, Iowa and the Gateway Toy Show in St. Louis, Missouri.

His years on his Century Farm have helped inspire his creativity. Many of his miniatures are based on his real-life farm, including a barn diorama that is titled “Precious Memories”.


Congratulations to the Gorman family on registering their Ohio Century Farm.

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  1. Everyone has their own creativity and skills. To be successful in this type of business, maybe, it takes management and people skills. Well done Jim. Glad to see more Jim’s creativity in the future.

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