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  1. Female farmer holding a laptop while standing in front of a tractor

    Farm Science Review draws virtual visitors

    Sep 25, 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.
  2. University/Industry Partnership Takes Field Scouting to The Next Level

    Sep 21, 2020

    It’s no secret that farming has become increasingly high-tech, but a partnership between The Ohio State University and an Ohio agribusiness is taking things even further with new field scouting technology that involves a drone and artificial intelligence (AI).

    The Molly Caren Agricultural Center, home to the annual Farm Science Review (FSR), is no stranger to implementing new technology and best practices to optimize production and, more importantly, serving as a resource for Ohio and regional producers. 

  3. A.I. software

    University/industry partnership takes field scouting to the next level

    Sep 18, 2020

    LONDON, Ohio—It’s no secret that farming has become increasingly high-tech, but a partnership between The Ohio State University and an Ohio agribusiness is taking things even further with new field scouting technology that involves a drone and artificial intelligence (AI).
  4. Learn how to become a Buckeye and CFAES student during Farm Science Review Online

    Sep 17, 2020

    If you’re hoping to be a future Buckeye on The Ohio State University’s Columbus or Wooster campus, you’ll want to catch the virtual sessions offered Sept. 22–24 as part of Farm Science Review.

    For the first time in its almost 60-year history, FSR will not be held in person due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  5. Your guide to virtual Farm Science Review

    Sep 17, 2020

    Find a comfortable seat and charge your device.Farm Science Review is being held online this year because of COVID-19 concerns. Although the Molly Caren Agricultural Center is closed to the public, you’ll be able to learn the latest agricultural technology and helpful farming techniques from more than 400 exhibitors—all for free on your laptop, tablet, or smartphone.

    More than 200 free livestreamed and recorded talks and demos will be available online. You will have to provide your own steakburgers, milkshakes, or other FSR fare, though.

  6. Supply chain, U.S. trade policy, COVID-19 to be discussed during Farm Science Review

    Sep 17, 2020

    The U.S. trade policy, labor and immigration issues, agricultural commodity markets, and the food supply chain will be among the topics addressed at a panel discussion during the 59th annual Farm Science Review Sept. 22–24 at fsr.osu.edu

  7. Selling Meat From Your Farm

    Sep 17, 2020

    More and more Ohio livestock producers are selling their meat directly to consumers through farmers markets or online.That’s because consumers are increasingly valuing locally produced food and having a relationship with the farmer who raised it. And the profit margin for farmers can certainly be higher than selling livestock to a company that processes and packages it for grocery stores. But direct marketing of any product comes with challenges. “Figuring out what consumers want is important,” said Garth Ruff, beef cattle field specialist with Ohio State University Extension, the outreach

  8. CFAES Students

    Learn how to become a Buckeye and CFAES student during Farm Science Review Online

    Sep 15, 2020

    COLUMBUS, Ohio—If you’re hoping to be a future Buckeye on The Ohio State University’s Columbus or Wooster campus, you’ll want to catch the virtual sessions offered Sept. 22–24 as part of Farm Science Review.
  9. A tablet showing FSR content held by someone in a flower patch.

    Your guide to virtual Farm Science Review

    Sep 14, 2020

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    Selling meat from your farm

    Sep 8, 2020

    COLUMBUS, Ohio—More and more Ohio livestock producers are selling their meat directly to consumers through farmers markets or online.

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