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A lot has changed in the last 20 years. Ohio has more broilers, hogs and female farm operators, but less farmland, fewer dairy farms and older farmers.

This year has been a relief for many following a rainy 2019, with widespread prevented planting in the Midwest. But though the growing season was close to average overall for precipitation and temperature, Ohio State University atmospheric scientist Aaron Wilson said, the details are important, too. And those details suggest that things aren’t quite as normal as they seem.

Farm Science Review will come to you on your laptop or smartphone this year, and for free, you can watch livestreamed talks and recorded videos.

Ohio State University's Farm Science Review will be virtual this year for the first time in its almost 60-year history, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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.