Rescue tubes are a necessary piece of emergency equipment when rescuing someone in an on-farm grain bin accident. The first grain rescue tube developed for public use 28 years ago will be donated to Farm Science Review during a special ceremony on Sept. 21 during the show.
The Certified Crop Adviser program at Ohio State University’s Farm Science Review is one way crop consultants can receive their yearly complement of continuing education credits.
FSR field demonstrations will showcase the latest in cutting edge field drainage technology, combining improved production practices with conservation water management.
The Fall Classic will showcase the best of grass roots quarter scale garden tractor pulling in the region. Pulling classes pulling will include youth and stock divisions all the way to alcohol burning unlimited and diesel tractors.
Biofuels production is an important part of agriculture across the Corn Belt, and farmers can learn about the continuing evolutions in biofuels crop production at Ohio State University's Farm Science Review, Sept. 20-22.
Helping farmers and rural youth understand the implications of farm safety is the goal of several demonstrations, displays, and interactive events at Farm Science Review, Sept. 20-22 at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center.
The "AgrAbility" Bus will increase accessibility to events at Ohio State University's Farm Science Review, Sept. 20-22 at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, Ohio. Review staff and Ohio AgrAbility partnered with the Madison County Ride program to provide a handicapped-accessible bus to meet the needs of individuals with a disability attending Farm Science Review.
Experts predict strong demand for crops will continue to warrant record-high prices over the next decade and increased net returns in the livestock industry. And, consumers' continued demand for agricultural products, despite the country's economic state, has proven agriculture as more financially stable than other sectors of the U.S. economy.
The Farm Science Review Hall of Fame will welcome its 22nd class of inductees at the Vice President’s Luncheon on Sept. 20. Donna Brown, David Petritz and Jack Sommers have been selected for induction because of their contributions to the success of the Farm Science Review.
Experts from Ohio State University's Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics will present a series of updates on the agricultural economy, commodity markets and policy issues at the 2011 Farm Science Review
"ALB poses a huge threat to our trees, both rural and urban, since it attacks so many different species," Smith said. "That's why we hope to be able to eradicate it from the infestation site," which is in Clermont County in southwest Ohio. Smith, who's part of a multi-agency effort to stop the pest, will speak on how to identify it, what it does and how to help spot infestations.