The annual Farm Science Review will be held September 20-22 at the Molly Caren Agriculture Center located near London Ohio. There will be around 640 venders/exhibitors displaying a wide range of agricultural products and services. Field demonstrations are on-going throughout the day featuring harvest equipment, planters, tillage equipment, field tiling and more. Farmers and other visitors attending Farm Science Review will have the opportunity to learn about the latest agricultural innovations, market outlooks and gain perspective on current agricultural issues from experts representing the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. That includes offering some 180 educational presentations and opportunities presented by educators, specialists and faculty from Ohio State University Extension and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. The OSU Ag Crops team has demonstration plots located just outside the main entrance to Farm Science Review that will be staffed daily to help answer questions and provide information. The Farm Science Review had evolved to include something for everyone with an agricultural or natural resources interest. In addition to all the latest equipment and large-scale agriculture on display there is also the small farm center and the Gwynne Conservation Center offering educational programs each day.
Farm Science Review tickets are available at a discount price from the Wayne County Extension office for $7. Tickets at the gate are $10. Tickets will be sold through the end of the business day September 19.
More information about the 2016 Farm Science review is available on-line at: http://fsr.osu.edu .