LONDON, Ohio — Be sure to bring your walking shoes for Ohio State University’s Farm Science Review Sept. 16-18 at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, Ohio.
Beginning this year, visitors may notice a decrease in the number of motorized vehicles on the Farm Science Review grounds. Show organizers have prohibited the use of all types of vehicles, except for golf carts, electric scooters and units compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act.
The new regulations are part of the organizers’ efforts to promote safety and respond to the growing number of vehicles being used in the exhibit area, at the Gwynne Conservation area and in the demonstration fields.
“Farm Science Review is intended to be a pedestrian show, and vehicles permitted on the grounds should be limited to those folks who truly need them. If you don’t need it, then don’t bring it,” said Chuck Gamble, Farm Science Review manager.
Attendees perusing the latest in agricultural research, production and equipment can do so by either taking a stroll, renting one of the show’s golf carts, or bringing their own golf cart or Americans with Disabilities Act-approved unit.
Wagons are available to transport visitors to the Gwynne Conservation Area and demonstration fields.
To learn more about the new regulations, log on to http://fsr.osu.edu and click on “Golf Cart.”
For additional questions or concerns, contact Farm Science Review headquarters at 614-292-4278.
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