Ty Higgins talks with Matt Hutcheson, a Seed Consultants, Inc. agronomist.
Kyle and Brock Yutzy and Jon Ginger, from West Jefferson won the Ohio Corn & Wheat annual Tallest Stalk Contest. Cash prizes are awarded to the top five stalks, with first place receiving $300.
Thunder Creek donated a Thunder Creek FST 990 fuel and service trailer to Farmer Veteran Coalition. Farmer Veteran Coalition will blind auction the trailer online at ThunderCreek.com/PatriotOne and at the FSR. The trailer – named Patriot One – features a custom American flag and eagle design with a number of premium options built into the package. Farmer Veteran Coalition will use proceeds from the Patriot One auction to provide direct assistance and scholarships to veteran members in the early stages of their agricultural career. For more information on Thunder Creek, visit ThunderCreek.com.
The new case autonomous tractor is getting plenty of attention.
A beautiful sunrise kicks off the 2016 FSR.
Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor
Lonnie King, CFAES interim dean, provided an overview of the Department.
Michael Drake, OSU president, provided remarks on Tuesday.
Panelists during the discussion were Ken Foster, professor and head of the Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University; Andy Vollmar, food and feed ingredient manager of The Andersons Grain Group; and Ian Sheldon, Andersons Chair of Agricultural Marketing at Ohio State.
Barry Ward talking farm profitability in 2017 at the “Ask the Experts” station.
8th grade members of the Norwayne FFA Chapter enjoyed the field demonstrations Tuesday. From left to right, Jacob Aubrey, Joe Green, Jevan Riggenbach, Evan Marty, and Tim Gunkelman.
A liquid control unit was one of the many unique, eye-catching displays at the 2016 Farm Science Review.
A few Farm Science Review guests enjoy the weather and passing along some good vibes.
An OARDC lead staffer helps out young Nolen in “Stamping Out Disease.”
Students visiting the 4-H tent, learning to “Stamp Out Disease” with help from the OARDC.
Wesley Hatfield, Jesse Vernon, Kailey Lindsley, and Abby Ruth of Muskingum and Sandusky Counties stopped for a picture with Ohio Ag Net’s Dale Minyo.
This Shorthorn had an interesting way of greeting FSR visitors.