Chuck Gamble, manager of the Farm Science Review, recently attended Agritechnica, the world’s largest exhibition for agricultural machinery, in Hanover, Germany. Traveling with a group of agricultural engineers from various universities across the United States and New Zealand attending their annual international conference, Gamble had the opportunity to visit with other managers of both domestic and European farm shows, tour agricultural facilities specific to Germany and network with agriculture enthusiasts from all over the world.
A new, innovative drainage ditch design that includes self-forming channels that can be used by farmers to address drainage needs essential for crop production, may also preserve important water resources, according to Farm Science Review organizers.
With an attendance of 129,864 visitors to the this year’s Farm Science Review Sept. 17-19 at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, Ohio, organizers hailed the 51st annual trade show a success.
Two separate research projects involving honey bee colonies will be highlighted at the 2013 Farm Science Review, giving attendees insight into the effects that agriculture production has on bees as well as new practices in colony building.