Sep 24, 2021
LONDON, Ohio—A deluge of rain might have shortened this year’s Farm Science Review by a day, but the show still drew a strong crowd, which got its fill on the latest farm techniques and technology.
Sep 16, 2021
LONDON, Ohio—The annual Farm Science Review trade show, now in its 59th year, has announced Jim Karcher of Apple Creek, Gerald Reid of Wooster, and Ken Ulrich of South Charleston as the 2021 inductees into its Hall of Fame.
Sep 7, 2021
Farmers would be wise to look into, but not jump into any agreements with companies to be paid for conservation measures that remove carbon from the air.
Aug 31, 2021
LONDON, Ohio—There’s a place you can go to discover such things as:
Aug 24, 2021
LONDON, Ohio–Whether it’s learning how to navigate new tax laws, understanding the complexities of the U.S. trade policy and its impact on agriculture, or dealing with drought or excess rain, Ohio farmers likely have a lot of questions as they emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic amidst the challenging 2021 growing season.
Aug 17, 2021
LONDON, Ohio—This year’s Farm Science Review from Sept. 21–23 offers numerous events, exhibits, and presentations of interest to members of the media.
Aug 3, 2021
LONDON, Ohio—The Ohio State University’s Farm Science Review, which was held online last year because of the pandemic, will return this year to be live and in person for the 59th annual event.
The premier agricultural education and industry exposition is set for Sept. 21–23 at Ohio State’s Molly Caren Agricultural Center, 135 State Route 38, near London.
Jul 12, 2021
LONDON, Ohio—Ever want to climb into the cockpit of a plane and glide over a field?
Dec 14, 2020
COLUMBUS, Ohio—Wooster, Ohio has long played an important role for The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES).
Sep 28, 2020
Neither too hot nor rainy, this year’s virtual Farm Science Review allowed viewers to nestle into a recliner or tractor seat to learn about canning soups, butchering meat on the farm, and operating new technology to better manage their crops.
This was the 58th annual Farm Science Review, but the first one held solely online because of health concerns.
Overall, turnout was a success, FSR manager Nick Zachrich said.