Another Farm Science Review is in the books


(Posted Sept. 25, 2023)

By Jeff Pfeil, Staff Photographer

The Farm Science Review annually attracts more than 100,000 visitors to the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London. The show features hundreds of exhibitors of agricultural products and equipment and offers a wide variety of educational programs featuring Ohio State University specialists. This year’s Review took place Sept. 19-21.

Bryce Rhoton (left), used truck salesman, and David Findley, shop foreman at McMahon Truck Centers, stand in front of their Mack truck on display at the Farm Science Review.
Ashley Wheeler (left) and Jon McKanna of the Madison County Chamber of Commerce stand along the new garden shed they received for use at the Farm Science Review. The shed was donated by Stalnaker Topsoil & Mulch and Precision Hardscapes & Excavating.
(From left) John Drummond from Pickaway County, Dorence Rausch from Union County, and John Hedgecock from Madison County volunteer their time at one of the antique farm equipment displays at the Farm Science Review. They “babysit” the equipment, keeping visitors from climbing on it.
In preparation for serving the lunch crowd at the Farm Science Review, Matthew Mazzard (left) from Ashtabula and Hayden Johnson from Richmond, Ohio, check the temperature on pork chops they are grilling on behalf of the Ohio State University Saddle & Sirloin Club.
Madison County Sheriff’s Department deputies Tina Sabin (left) and Dillan Rice work their way through the Farm Science Review crowd on Wednesday morning.
Visitors from all over the state of Ohio walk through displays at the Farm Science Review.
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