Sponsored by the Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, the 57th Annual Farm Science Review was held on Sept. 17 to 19. The event was held at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, Ohio.
Designed to provide agricultural education opportunities along with an industry exposition showcasing the latest in equipment, products and services presented by 600 commercial exhibitors, the event attracts more than 120,000 farmers, industry professionals, FFA students and others involved with the agricultural field from throughout the United States and Canada.
The 80-acre Molly Caren Agricultural Center is home to the event and the grounds include outdoor display areas as well as permanent building structures for tabletop displays, presentations and workshops on subjects ranging from crop diseases to soil health. Shuttle buses provided transportation for attendees to review field demonstrations on tillage techniques, crop harvesting and a tour of the OLICA Field Drainage Installation.
To learn more about the Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and the 2020 Farm Science Review event schedule visit fsr.osu.edu. CEG
Representatives of Ohio Cat were kept busy with not only their own equipment display at the event but also at a separate equipment display and demonstration area featuring Caterpillar’s ‘In the Trenches Tour.’ (L-R) are Dave Studenka, Chad Wiseman, Brian Speelman, Jason Kenworthy, Chris Murray and Matt Rapol.
JCB’s Brandon Hawkins (L) and Brock Shoemaker found that, since its introduction as the world’s first compact track loader with a telescopic boom, the JCB Teleskid 3TS-8T continues to attract a great deal of interest.
At the Bobcat Enterprises equipment display, Heather Murray, David Sarrey (L) and Ryan Davis were ready to discuss the dealership’s lineup of Bobcat and Doosan equipment.
Jesse Wotruba, Company Wrench’s JCB territory sales manager, was on hand to talk about the company-wide range of equipment geared for agricultural and construction applications.
At the Manitou equipment display, P.L. (Lou) D’Alesio (L) and John Rau presented the recently-introduced Gehl RT105 track loader and Mustang 1050RT track loader.
Product specialist Dave Kohuth was ready to talk about New Holland equipment at the show.
John Deere’s Piotr Lizak discussed John Deere’s new high-lift option on the 344L compact loader at the show.
Kubota’s Garrett Leeds (L) and Patricia Sislar had a wide range of equipment to talk about at the Farm Science Review.
(L-R): Case Construction Equipment representatives Pat Klose and Ron Miller were on hand with Southeastern Equipment Company’s Charla Mayhew at the show.