Win a Henry Golden Boy .22mag Farmer Edition gun through the Darke Co. Farm Bureau gun raffle. Tickets are $20 with a limited number of 300 available. Tickets are currently available and can be purchased by calling the Darke County Farm Bureau office. The drawing will be held in November. All proceeds from the raffle will be put to the our scholarship program for 2022. 

Henry rifles where first patented in the 1860. They where the first practical lever action repeating rifle. This made them a very popular gun during the Civil War and then again in the frontier days of settling the western United States.  Henry rifles lead the world in lever action manufacturing and are one of the top-5 long gun manufactures in the U.S. 

The Henry Golden Boy .22 mag Farmer Edition is a tribute to American agricultural throughout history. It serves to honor all the farmers before us who worked land to provide for their families and to make a living. Along with all the current agriculturists who work with modern machinery and technology to provide for the world. This gun stands for American agricultural. 

For questions or to order your raffle tickets call us at 937.335.1474 or email us at [email protected].

CLICK HERE to view Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation’s raffle rules.

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