Apr 25, 17, 11:23 AM
As CWB has already mentioned, Turpin Farms up in Cincinnati is a good one. They only cut stuff that's already been bought and paid for. So, nothing is sitting around drying out. It's who we used about 15 years ago.
I will second (third?) the roto-tilling. An absolute must in my opinion. Also, if you have access it a rear-tine tiller, it is well worth it (both in better preparation and in aggravation) versus a front-tine.