Offices and Buildings at all our locations will be closed to non-employees effective Monday March 23 until further notice.


Given recent developments and increasing concerns for the health of our customers and employees during the Coronavirus and based on recommedations from the CDC, we want to limit face to face contact between our customers & employees. 

We are continuing to do business, we just ask that you contact us via telephone and email instead of coming into the office.    

Please remain in your vehicle during any pickup.  

Call the branch ahead of your arrival so we can have it ready for you to avoid any delays.  We appreciate your patience and thoughtfulness as we work through these trying times.




Substantial H2Ohio money available for limited time in Northwest Ohio.

Must make an appointment with SWCD by 3-31-2020

Work with Edon Farmers Co-op to develop your plan.

Supports Wheat growers, livestock, non-livestock, and all row crop growers.

Program is very flexible

Call  419-272-2415 or stop by we would be glad to assist you




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Edon Grain Terminal & Main Office
205 S. Michigan
P.O. Box 308
Edon, OH  43518
Edon Agronomy Plant 2
10-226 Co Rd 5
Edon, OH 43518

P O Box 426
117 E Morrison
Edgerton, OH  43517
Montpelier Grain Terminal
11-715 Co Rd 13
Montpelier, OH  43543
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Edon, Ohio (43518)

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