****As a COVID spread precaution, FOSTORIA POET offices are closed to all visitors, but we are open for corn receipts and feed. Please call the office for ticket changes, grain sales, and all other concerns 419-436-2139 or 866-941-2676**** SPECIAL PROTOCOL FOR TRUCK CARRIERS DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK
Our team members will greet you with a smile and a nod, while maintaining social distance.Expect limited contact with team members and other drivers.
Please remain in your cabin during the un/loading process unless requested by an authorized team member.We may ask you to switch to a specific radio channel for communication with you during the un/loading process.
Upon completion of un/loading you may proceed out of the un/loading building and exit the cabin for un/tarping, securing the load, applying seals, or personal needs
We do not require signatures on paperwork during this time, we will record any information needed from you on the paperwork
* New DP Rates* DP $.05 per month after 10/31/2019
Corn Recieving Hours
Week of March 30th
7:00 - 3:00
Feel Free To Give Us A Call To Schedule An On-Farm Visit Brad Pope, Commodities Manager Direct - 419-436-2114 Cell- 419-619-7861 Joezette Kloepfer (Jozie),Grain Buyer Direct - 419-436-2116 Cell - 419-619-8024 Barry Hoffman, Grain Buyer Direct - 419-436-2112 Cell - 419-619-7890
Call 866-941-CORN (2676)
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If you are interested in receiving/sending contracts, we need to collect your signature in advance to have on file for our records and grain audits. Once you have signed your form you can e-mail the form to email@example.com or you can mail the form to Poet Grain 2111 Sandusky St. Fostoria, Oh 44830. Please call us if you have any question...
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