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Five families were honored for their conservation efforts at the 2019 Conservation Farm Family Awards on Sept. 19 at Farm Science Review.

The weather in 2019 has seemed extreme to some, especially with the rainfall. A scientist, however, suggests this weather fits the climate change trends.

As African Swine Fever continues to spread across Asia, there are some things farmers in the United States should know and watch out for in their hogs.

LONDON, Ohio — Even during a challenging year for farmers, the 57th annual Farm Science Review topped recent years’ visitor totals with its first-ever career fair, more than 100 educational talks and new technology.

Five Ohio farm families honored recently for their conservation work were: the Brause Family of Crawford County; Paul and Joanne Mechling of Ashtabula County; Chuck and Diane Hicks of Washington County; the Lohstroh family of Madison and Pickaway counties; and T. Wayne Vickers of Pickaway County.

The 2018 Farm Science Review got underway with a talk on farm policy and farmers' biggest concerns.

The Farm Science Review showcases the latest in ag equipment, technology and services, for farmers of all sizes and commodities. It will be held at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center near London, Ohio, Sept. 18-20.

The Farm Science Review will induct Clayton W. Rose III and Jerry Ardrey into the 29th class of honorees for the Review’s Hall of Fame.

Tickets for the 2018 Farm Science Review, a three-day agricultural trade show Sept. 18-20, in London, Ohio, are now available for purchase online.

Each day at the Farm Science Review, a panel of 15 experts were questioned over a 20 minute period on some of the hottest farm management issues.
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