Technology demonstrations will once again be a highlight at the The Ohio State University Farm Science review, set for September 21-23 at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London. The center is only a few miles west of Columbus off the I-270 loop.
The 48th Farm Science Review features a wide range of exhibits, demonstrations and seminars and attracts more than 140,000 attendees each year. More than 600 businesses participate in the event with exhibits and demonstrations of interest to all farmers covering more than 2,100 acres.
For technology enthusiasts or those interested in precision agriculture, demonstrations of GPS technology, strip-till techniques, manure application equipment, variable rate lime technology and harvest technology will be featured each afternoon of the show at the Trotter Demonstration Fields.
Exhibit booths feature local representatives from all the top precision manufacturers, equipment dealers and agronomic consulting companies to answer questions and show new products.
For more information visit http://fsr.osu.edu.