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OSU Hosts 2021 Farm Science Review in London, Ohio

Wed September 29, 2021 - Midwest Edition #20

The Farm Science Review returned to the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, Ohio, after a hiatus last year due to COVID-19-related health concerns. Sponsored by the Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, the review was scheduled to run Sept. 21 to 23. It went off without a hitch on day one, however heavy rains caused the show to be postponed on day two, a first in the event's 59-year history. Activities resumed on day three.

The event was developed to offer agricultural education opportunities while providing a showcase for the latest in equipment, products and services presented by approximately 500 commercial exhibitors. The event typically 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 includes outdoor display areas as well as permanent buildings for tabletop displays, presentations and workshops on subjects ranging from farm animal management to crop production. Shuttle buses provided transportation for attendees to review field demonstrations located offsite.

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(L-R): At the Murphy Tractor & Equipment booth, the dealership’s Evan Olson, along with John Deere’s Piotr Lizak and Murphy Tractor & Equipment’s Ryan Krupp, welcome attendees to the show.
Kaffenbarger Truck Equipment’s Les Mason (L) and Shane Guider had a good deal of equipment on display at the show, including this Boss Products snowplow.
With a wide selection of Gehl and Manitou machines on display, Chase Milam (L) and John Rau of Manitou Group were ready to shine the light on the company’s new Manitou MLT 841 telehandler.
JCB representatives Brandon Hawkins (L) and Daniel Willhelm were on hand to help out at the American Equipment Service equipment display.
Erich Rose (L) of KE Rose Company gets an assist from Fisher Engineering’s Norm Klimko to discuss snow removal equipment and other truck equipment and accessories at the show.
Christian Pannent (L), Bobcat account manager, joined Ryan Davis, Bobcat Enterprises’ Doosan territory manager to discuss the dealer’s lineup of Bobcat and Doosan equipment.
Denny Glasco (L), Toro district sales manager, and Southeastern Equipment Company’s Wes Cooper discussed the dealership’s line of Case, Toro and other equipment available for sale or rent.
Shelby Sellars of Sellars Farms is coached by New Holland product specialist David “25” Kohuth while taking a turn at the New Holland Excavator Challenge.

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