Farm Science Review at 60 years


(Posted Sept. 27, 2022)

By Jeff Pfeil, Staff Photographer

The 2022 Farm Science Review, held Sept. 20-22, at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, celebrated its 60th year.

Madison County Sheriff’s Deputy Rob Campbell tours the Farm Science Review grounds on a gator. He said he had also walked about 4 miles on the grounds the previous day and was headed to the shuttle area for his next shift of patrolling the Review.
Miabella Centuori, a third-year Ohio State University (OSU) student from Rocky River, Ohio, holds “Arugula,” a Chinese praying mantis (tenodera sinensis) at the BUGmobile sponsored by the OSU Department of Entomology. The Bug Zoo displayed a variety of insects, including a live arthropod collection devoted to education and outreach.
Marci Darlington, mayor of Mount Sterling Mayor and third vice president of the Madison County Chamber of Commerce, mans one of the Chamber’s pop stations at the Review.
Sonny Parsons and his son, Chip, brave the cool weather on the morning of Sept. 22, ready to greet customers at their exhibit for (RLP) Parsons Equipment located in West Jefferson.
London Kiwanis Club members Zahid Siddiqi and Chris Brown work the French fry baskets at lunchtime at the Farm Science Review.
Farm machines from small to large were on display at the Farm Science Review. Attendees at the show come from all over the United States and other parts of the world for the three-day agricultural trade and educational show.
Alpacas were among the farm animals on display at the Farm Science Review. Attendees could feed and pet the animals at this display.


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