farm science review

  1. Photo of  blacktop being dumped from a hauling truck at the Farm Science Review.

    Sprucing up the Farm Science Review Site

    Aug 25, 2017

    LONDON, Ohio — Farm Science Review, one of the biggest farm shows in the U.S., lasts three days. Ever wonder what happens at the site the other 362 days of the year?

    Projects. Lots and lots of improvement projects to keep the area in tip-top shape for the following year.

  2. Photo of Stan Ernst and Louis McFarland

    Farm Science Review to Honor Individuals in 28th Hall of Fame Class

    Aug 22, 2017

    Farm Science Review to Honor Individuals in 28th Hall of Fame Class

    Published on August 21, 2017

    LONDON, Ohio – The Farm Science Review will induct Stan Ernst and Louis McFarland into the 28th class of honorees for the Review’s Hall of Fame. Ernst and McFarland will join the 75 other individuals who have been recognized for their contribution to the Review since its inception 55 years ago.

  3. Photo of small plots of soybeans and corn growing.

    Demonstration Plots Can Offer Farmers Insight

    Aug 18, 2017

    LONDON, Ohio — Across a series of fields, diseased soybean plants stand, tarnished by pesticide that spread much further than intended. Another patch of soybeans grew only minimally, planted in the same spot year after year, without a break.

    “We’re going to show you: If you mess up, this is what’s going to happen,” said Harold Watters, a field specialist with Ohio State University Extension.

  4. Photo of a group of people walking down a busy street at the Farm Science Review.

    Online Tickets Available, New Online Directory and App for Farm Science Review Goers

    Jul 21, 2017

    LONDON, Ohio —Tickets for the 2017 Farm Science Review, a three-day agricultural trade show Sept. 19-21 in London, Ohio, are now available for purchase online at

    Buying tickets online allows people to get the $7 early discount price even though they may not live near an Ohio State University Extension county office or participating agribusiness, which are selling tickets at that price.

    “Online tickets are the easiest option for people coming from out of state or buying the tickets for a large group,” said Nick Zachrich, manager of the Review.

  5. Aerial photo of Farm Science Review. Photo: CFAES

    Farm Science Review 2017 Set for Sept. 19-21

    Apr 24, 2017

    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Farm Science Review, one of the nation’s premier agricultural trade and education shows, will be held at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, Ohio, September 19-21.

    New for this year’s 55th Farm Science Review, visitors will be able to “Map Your Show” on a new mobile app in preparation for the three-day event. The app will be available in app stores beginning in July. Visitors will be able to browse the interactive map and search for specific exhibitors or product categories.