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Exercise your right to vote for your favorite ice cream

Exercise your right to vote for your favorite ice cream

Sarah Sole

Now this is our favorite kind of patriotism.

The 3rd Annual Ohio Farm Bureau Ice Cream Battle is underway, and it’s time to weigh in on your favorite frozen treat. Voting is open through midnight July 18, and the winner will be announced July 19. You can vote daily, here.


As of this writing, Tom’s Ice Cream Bowl in Muskingum County appears to be in the lead, with 2,965 votes, or 39.4% of the vote. Anything can happen though, folks. It’s cutthroat.

Will you vote for a nostalgic ice cream of your childhood, or fight for your central Ohio favorite (or both)?

The nominees include:
Tom’s Ice Cream Bowl, Muskingum County
Dietsch Brothers Fine Chocolates and Ice Cream, Hancock County
Lil e’s Ice Cream, Union County
Emma’s Frosty Kreme, Pike County
Jubie’s Creamery, Greene County
Whip-n-Dip, Ashtabula
Coolspot’s Country Market, Meigs County
Weldon’s Ice Cream, Fairfield County
Velvet Ice Cream, Licking County
Young’s Jersey Dairy, Greene County
Toft’s Dairy & Ice Cream, Erie County
Terry’s Icecream Dairy Bar, Highland County
Almost Heaven, Stark County
Handel’s Ice Cream, Mahoning County
Nuhfer Premium Ice Cream, Huron County
The Delphos Creamery, Van Wert County
Johnson’s Real Ice Cream, Franklin County
Round Hill Dairy, Knox County
Knueven Creamery & Market, Putnam County
Mark’s Homemade Ice Cream, Crawford County
Honey Hut, Cuyahoga County
Hartzler Family Dairy, Wayne County
Cruisin’ Coneheads, Lake County
Terry Family Ice Cream Shoppe, Madison County
Miller’s Creamery, Tuscarawas County
Cockeye Creamery, Trumbull County,
Durbin Magic Freeze, Summit County
Buckeye Country Creamery, Ashland County
Lake City Creamery, Mercer County
Stoner’s Ice Cream Parlor, Logan County

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