Wayne County Farm Bureau
Grain Handling Safety
Safety Series, Session 3 


Date: Nov. 4, 2022

Location: Wayne County Regional Training Facility
2725 Millborne Rd.
Apple Creek, OH 44606

Program Part 1: Hands-on demonstrations 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Program Part 2: Dinner and speaker 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Instructors of the Wayne County Regional Training Facility will be leading hands-on demonstrations for Part 1 of the program using the new Grain Bin Safety training prop from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.. Dan Zippay of Custom Agri-Systems will be our speaker for Part 2 of the program that will also coincide with dinner.

Registration is required by clicking here to complete the form OR by calling 330-263-7456.

Open to the public and free to attend.

Attendees can receive safety training credit for Ohio Farm Bureau’s BWC group rating program.

This event is organized by Ashland, Medina and Wayne County Farm Bureaus but would not be possible without the following sponsors:

Gold Sponsor:
Walnut Hill Grain
W.G. Dairy Supply, Inc.
Commodity Blender, LLC

Silver Sponsor:
Bolinger Crop Insurance
Sterling Farm Equipment
Slicker Farms

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