SALUDA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina's annual spring agricultural tour is winding its way through a county in the state's Midlands.
Wednesday's tour through Saluda County is sponsored by the South Carolina Agricultural Council. It includes visits to Watsonia Farms, where vegetables and peaches are grown, as well as a stop at Amick Farms to see a poultry feed mill and storage facility.
The tour also visits The Nut House, which grows pecans, and the Angus cattle operation at Yon Family Farms. Participants also will visit the dairy operations at the Hickory Hill Farm.