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Ag Tire Roundup
Nov. 19, 2022 | 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Wayne County Fairgrounds
Cost:$1 per tire 36” diameter and under. $5 per tire 37” – 60” diameter.
We will not accept tires larger than 60” diameter.
What: Available to only Wayne County farmers. Limit of 50 tires per farm.
Pre-registration required by calling the Wooster Farm Bureau office at 330-263-7456.
Registration window is Oct 3 – 28 or until space runs out.
Prohibited: Tires on the rim. Car and small truck tires.
(Wayne County Health Department already has an existing disposal program
for these tires.)
Up to 36” tires include: Implement tires, wagon tires, skid loader tires, 4 wheeler tires.
37” – 60” Tires include: Most rear tractor tires (no tracks).
This event is brought to you through a community collaboration between Wayne County Farm Bureau, Wayne Soil and Water Conservation District, OSU Extension, Stark-Tusc-Wayne Recycling District, Wayne County Health Department
and the Wayne County Fairgrounds.
Tires will not be accepted from those who do not have a
confirmed registration and time slot.
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