Sunrise Cooperative, Inc. is the leading agricultural and energy cooperative located in Ohio, spanning from the Ohio River to Lake Erie.
Our team of expert agronomists, certified crop advisers, precision ag specialists and custom applicators bring expert solutions to our customers.
The energy division at Sunrise Cooperative offers a wide range of products and services including propane, heating oil, bulk diesel fuel, lubricants and gasoline.
Our certified professionals will work with you to create a trusting relationship and individualized grain marketing plans.
At Sunrise, our team of animal nutrition and alignment experts work one-on-one with producers to help guide them to raising profitable livestock year after year.
For lush lawns, impeccable putting conditions, hardy athletic fields and more, Sunrise has the solution.
The Sunrise Precision Solutions team strives to enhance its partnerships with customers and providing them with the knowledge, service and equipment to turn data into insights and insights into value based decisions.
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2025 W. State St.
Fremont, OH 43420
In 2006, about 22,900 children ages birth to 19 years were injured, who lived on, worked on, or visited farms in the United States, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Over 10,000 of these injuries happened to children between the ages of 10 and 15 years.
The good news is that you, as a parent or caregiver, can play a major role in preventing injuries on farms.
How do children get injured on farms?
The leading cause of fatal injury on farms is incidents involving farm machinery. While living on and visiting a farm can be a rewarding experience for children, they may also be exposed to serious hazards. Injuries can be caused by tractors and other machinery, chemicals, pesticides, and large animals.
Why are children at high risk for injuries on farms?
Children may be at greater risk for agricultural injuries because it is difficult to provide constant supervision on a farm. Children who live on farms may engage in work that is inappropriate for their age and developmental level.
What can I do to keep my child safe on farms?
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