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Ohio State University Plays Host to 48th Annual Farm Science Review

Sat October 16, 2010 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): Ohio Michigan Equipment Dealer Association’s Dave Kahler, Linda Kahler, and Becky Anway were on hand to talk about their company’s upcoming Power Show in Columbus, Ohio, on Jan. 28 to 30, 2011.
(L-R): Ohio Michigan Equipment Dealer Association’s Dave Kahler, Linda Kahler, and Becky Anway were on hand to talk about their company’s upcoming Power Show in Columbus, Ohio, on Jan. 28 to 30, 2011.
(L-R): Ohio Michigan Equipment Dealer Association’s Dave Kahler, Linda Kahler, and Becky Anway were on hand to talk about their company’s upcoming Power Show in Columbus, Ohio, on Jan. 28 to 30, 2011. (L-R): Brian Gillard of Ohio CAT joins NTPA Circuit driver Cory Atley and Ohio CAT’s Jerry Rush to welcome visitors to the Ohio CAT exhibit. (L-R): Murphy Tractor’s Robert Shipley, Dutch Voshall and Kevin Schmiedebush get some assistance from Vic Pierrot of John Deere, Chris Cron of Murphy Tractor and Ron Brannon of Cope Equipment. (L-R): According to David Staack, Barney Van De Weert and John Lewis of Ag Spray Equipment, their company’s water sprayers and tanks are popular on construction work sites as well as farms. Erik Scott (L) of Scott Farms gets information on the latest in JCB equipment from American Equipment Service’s Ted Mallard. Brad Kent of Bobcat Enterprises brought a stable of late model used equipment to the show to supplement Bobcat’s new equipment being displayed just around the corner. Brent Chauvin of Bobcat of Troy was on hand to welcome visitors to his company’s exhibit. Maxxtraxx’s Nate Stair (L) and Ken Jones borrowed a skid steer from Southeastern Equipment to demonstrate its line of rubber tracks.

Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences held its 48th annual Farm Science Review at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center near London, Ohio, Sept. 21 to 23.

The three-day outdoor agricultural trade-show featured nearly 600 commercial exhibitors representing about 4,000 equipment lines on display at the 2,100-acre Molly Caren Agricultural Center. In addition to the equipment on display, there also were educational displays presented by Ohio State and state and federal agencies. According to show officials, 125,000 to 145,000 visitors were expected to attend.

The event, which run by OSU’s College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences with help from the OSU Extension and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, also featured equipment demonstrations, conservation awards and programs and craft activities. There were field demonstrations included harvesting, tillage and a hands-on global positioning presentation.