2015 Farm Science Review Live Coverage

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LONDON, Ohio — The gates have opened and Farm Science Review has started. And of course, Farm and Dairy is there covering the event.

Follow along with Farm and Dairy’s staff as they experience all 80+ acres of ag exhibits, talk with some of the review’s 130,000+ visitors, watch the field demonstrations and enjoy some of the food the exhibition has to offer.

Return back to see live updates from Editor Susan Crowell, Chris Kick and Catie Noyes. In the meantime, follow Farm and Dairy’s staff on social media.

Take a look back

There are plenty of sights to see at the Farm Science Review. Take a look back at Day #1 from the lens of Editor Susan Crowell.

 

Day #1

 

Ohio State University Extension gets a new leader

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Equipment sales might be on the minds of many at the Farm Science Review but one issue that continues to get a lot of attention is water quality. Farm and Dairy reporter Chris Kick sat in on a panel of OSU Extension experts discussing the topic of water quality at one of the first sessions of the day at Farm Science Review 2015. Rainfall and water quality on minds at Farm Science Review

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A panel of OSU Extension experts discussed the water quality issue in Ohio at the Ohio Farm Science Review.

 

Student debt and college leadership were hot topics at the Farm Science Review luncheon Tuesday. Bruce McPheron, vice president for agricultural administration and dean of the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, announced an additional $1 million financial commitment to the college’s undergraduates for the 2016-17 school year. Bruce McPheron

 

Day #2

Day #3

The last day of the Farm Science Review is upon us. The weather has made the past three days unbelievable. Not too warm, not too cool. Just right. So now, let’s get on with the final day and enjoy the field demonstrations and talk to the experts at the show.

Time for a little Farm and Dairy fun!

The Farm Science Review is a place where many farmers go to look at the newest equipment and find out what is happening in the ag economy. However, farmers know that this year may be a trying year for the bottom line and that may mean no big purchases. Reporter Chris Kick talked with farmers at the event and found that balance is the key for many of them in this turbulent economy. http://www.farmanddairy.com/news/farmers-brace-for-lean-times-in-ag-economy/284648.html?icn=top-links FSR checking equip

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