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  1. 2016 Farm Science Review mobile app will offer users helpful show information

    Sep 28, 2016

    An app that allows users access to the complete schedule and maps for this year’s Farm Science Review Sept. 20-22 at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, Ohio, has been launched.

    The app is an electronic version of the farm trade show program, said Matt Sullivan, assistant manager of the Review, which is sponsored by the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University.

  2. The National and Local Grain Markets: Views from an Expert at Farm Science Review

    Sep 1, 2016

    Based on early harvest data, Ohio is on track to have a mediocre, at best, grain crop this year, while Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota are all forecast to have record grain yields, according to a grain market expert from The Ohio State University.

  3. Big Benefits for Small Woodlots from Low-Impact Logging?

    Aug 29, 2016

    Lee Beers said he saw low-impact logging, lots of it, when living in Maine during graduate school.

    He says it can work in Ohio, too.

  4. Strategies to Survive Low Profitability: Ask the Expert at Farm Science Review

    Strategies to Survive Low Profitability: Ask the Expert at Farm Science Review

    Aug 15, 2016

    Lower crop prices this year combined with higher input costs means that producers, farmers and farm business owners may need to develop clear financial strategies to deal with projected lower profit margins, says a farm business expert with the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University.

  5. Organizers thinking big for Farm Science Review’s Small Farm Programs

    Organizers thinking big for Farm Science Review’s Small Farm Programs

    Aug 15, 2016

    Organizers of the Small Farm Center programs at the 2016 Farm Science Review are thinking big this year, with more than two dozen presentations planned during the three-day annual farm show.

    “They’re always popular,” said Mike Hogan, Ohio State University Extension educator and one of the leaders of the OSU Extension Sustainable Agriculture Team, the sponsor of the programs.

    But he hopes the “small farms” moniker doesn’t fool anyone.

  6. Image of Brutus Buckeye in cornfield puts multi-hybrid planting on center stage

    Image of Brutus Buckeye in cornfield puts multi-hybrid planting on center stage

    Aug 15, 2016

    Brutus Buckeye must love corn.

    Since mid-June, The Ohio State University mascot has been seen (from the air) in a cornfield north of London, Ohio, and will remain there until harvest.

  7. Chainsaw safety, dozens more topics on tap for Farm Science Review’s Gwynne Conservation Area

    Chainsaw safety, dozens more topics on tap for Farm Science Review’s Gwynne Conservation Area

    Aug 15, 2016

    Millions of ash trees have died in Ohio, meaning millions of chances exist for Ohioans to cut them down with chainsaws.

    A series of talks at Farm Science Review will show how to do it safely.

    The Review is a Sept. 20-22 trade show at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, Ohio, about 25 miles west of Columbus.

  8. The Farm Science Review Wants Your Selfie

    The Farm Science Review Wants Your Selfie

    Aug 15, 2016

     If Matt Sullivan, superintendent of the Farm Science Review, were to take a selfie to show what the farm show means to him, it would look east on Friday Avenue, the main drag through the Molly Caren Agricultural Center near London, Ohio.

  9. Get Personalized Advice About Crops at the Farm Science Review

    Get Personalized Advice About Crops at the Farm Science Review

    Aug 15, 2016

    Come to the Farm Science Review. Visitors can talk one-on-one with agronomists about everything from weed control to cover crops.

    The Review, Sept. 20-22, is a three-day trade show for everything agricultural. It features field demonstrations, more than 630 exhibitors, and 180 educational presentations.

  10. Farm Science Review to Induct Two New Members into Hall of Fame

    Jul 29, 2016

    Farm Science Review will induct Terry Howell and, posthumously, John Rockenbaugh into the Farm Science Review Hall of Fame on Sept. 22 during the farm trade show’s annual three-day run.

    Howell is the owner and managing member of St. Paris, Ohio-based Howell Land Development. Rockenbaugh was an Ohio Division of Wildlife/Soil and Water Conservation District wildlife specialist. Both are being honored for their significant contributions to the Review, said Chuck Gamble, who manages the annual farm show.

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