Emily Bennett

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  1. 2015 Farm Science Review. Photo: Ken Chamberlain.

    2015 Farm Science Review Fosters Connections Among Attendees, Exhibitors

    LONDON, Ohio - The 53rd annual Farm Science Review, sponsored by the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center near London, Ohio, welcomed 116,784 visitors during the course of the three-day event Sept. 22-24 and showcased the latest in agricultural innovations. Although the show’s overall attendance was down from last year’s total, which was most likely due to ideal harvest conditions across central Ohio, it was still deemed a success in the eyes of show organizers, based on the quality of exhibitors and attendees and the new connections they made, organizers said. “We’ve gotten great feedback this year in terms of the value that Farm Science Review offers to both attendees and...
  2. Mike Haubner (left) and DeLynn Kale (right)

    Farm Science Review to Honor Individuals in 25th Hall of Fame Class

    LONDON, Ohio – The Farm Science Review Hall of Fame will induct its 25th class of honorees during the Vice President’s Luncheon on Sept. 16, the first day of the annual three-day farm show. This year’s honorees, who are being recognized for their contributions to and support of the show, are Mike Haubner and the late DeLynn Kale. “The Farm Science Review is only as good as the people who have made it what it is today,” said Chuck Gamble, the show’s manager. “Both Mike and DeLynn were adamant in their work to add value to the show by volunteering their time and resources. Their contributions have had a lasting impact.” Mike Haubner Haubner served as the Ohio State University Extension educator in Clark County for 27 years, after beginning...
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    Grain Storage Project Launched at Farm Science Review

    LONDON, Ohio – Grain storage facilities at Ohio State University’s Farm Science Review are undergoing a major facelift, integrating the latest in grain handling technology and design that farmers can take note of at the 2014 show, Sept. 16-18. The project kicked off May 19 at the storage site, located in the middle of the Molly Caren Agricultural Center. The project will add 90 percent to the existing storage capacity, according to Chuck Gamble, manager of the Farm Science Review. “We’ve had the need for additional storage capacity for many, many years,” said Gamble. “We’re updating the facilities with the latest technology and infrastructure in grain handling and storage, which our attendees will take great interest in at this year’s show...
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    Change, Growth to Be Evident at 2014 Farm Science Review

    LONDON, Ohio – Attendees of the 2014 Ohio State University Farm Science Review will notice a few changes as they pass through the gates of the Molly Caren Agricultural Center Sept. 16-18, with the relocation of the antique tractor associations to the plot areas. A long-term plan to create more commercial space within the existing 80-acre exhibit area will be implemented beginning this year. An estimated 615-620 exhibitors will set up shop at the three-day farm show, an increase from 608 exhibitors last year, according to show officials. “Small booth space will be up 7 percent at this year’s show, meaning more quality exhibitors at the Farm Science Review for attendees to visit,” said Chuck Gamble, manager of the show, which is sponsored by the university’s...