Taking a break


Ginn Grain Co. owner Bruce Kuck, of Quincy, takes a break, Tuesday, Feb. 20, from getting his business ready for the spring rush. Kuck was taking advantage of the warm weather to get his work done. Kuck sells animal feed for farm animals and house pets, a wide variety of candy, lawn and garden supplies, water softener and eggs. The Ginn Grain Co. is located on West North Street by the post office. The grain elevator was built in 1896 and was the first grain elevator in the state of Ohio to mix molasses with animal feed in the 1930’s. Kuck bought the building in 1991.

Ginn Grain Co. owner Bruce Kuck, of Quincy, takes a break, Tuesday, Feb. 20, from getting his business ready for the spring rush. Kuck was taking advantage of the warm weather to get his work done. Kuck sells animal feed for farm animals and house pets, a wide variety of candy, lawn and garden supplies, water softener and eggs. The Ginn Grain Co. is located on West North Street by the post office. The grain elevator was built in 1896 and was the first grain elevator in the state of Ohio to mix molasses with animal feed in the 1930’s. Kuck bought the building in 1991.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Ginn Grain Co. owner Bruce Kuck, of Quincy, takes a break, Tuesday, Feb. 20, from getting his business ready for the spring rush. Kuck was taking advantage of the warm weather to get his work done. Kuck sells animal feed for farm animals and house pets, a wide variety of candy, lawn and garden supplies, water softener and eggs. The Ginn Grain Co. is located on West North Street by the post office. The grain elevator was built in 1896 and was the first grain elevator in the state of Ohio to mix molasses with animal feed in the 1930’s. Kuck bought the building in 1991.

Ginn Grain Co. owner Bruce Kuck, of Quincy, takes a break, Tuesday, Feb. 20, from getting his business ready for the spring rush. Kuck was taking advantage of the warm weather to get his work done. Kuck sells animal feed for farm animals and house pets, a wide variety of candy, lawn and garden supplies, water softener and eggs. The Ginn Grain Co. is located on West North Street by the post office. The grain elevator was built in 1896 and was the first grain elevator in the state of Ohio to mix molasses with animal feed in the 1930’s. Kuck bought the building in 1991.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/02/web1_SDN032118GinGrainLG.jpgGinn Grain Co. owner Bruce Kuck, of Quincy, takes a break, Tuesday, Feb. 20, from getting his business ready for the spring rush. Kuck was taking advantage of the warm weather to get his work done. Kuck sells animal feed for farm animals and house pets, a wide variety of candy, lawn and garden supplies, water softener and eggs. The Ginn Grain Co. is located on West North Street by the post office. The grain elevator was built in 1896 and was the first grain elevator in the state of Ohio to mix molasses with animal feed in the 1930’s. Kuck bought the building in 1991. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News