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Watering
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3:30 p.m. Nutrient management
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Precision crop management
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Program for Schools-style Ernst 323 329 331 332 336 338 340 Bailey Firebaugh
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Archery: 10:00 a.m. to Arbuckle Road Media
Bldg. Bldg. Building 393 394 395 398 399 401 402 405 406
Center
2:00 p.m. daily
Gate I FRIDAY AVE. FRIDAY AVE. ? FRIDAY AVE. Gate C

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Time Cabin Wildlife and Aquatics Forages and Grazing Woodland Chainsaw Demos F1

KOTTMAN ST.

TRACTOR ST.
425 919

MARKET ST.
418 430
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WHEAT ST.
SILAGE ST.
407 408 410 411 F3 F4 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F13 F14 441 443 444 445 447

DAIRY ST.
Tuesday, September 18

BEEF ST.
Headquarters George 426 Leeper

HAY ST.
1015 412 F2 Antique Antique F11 F12 920
10:30 a.m. Native Plants (SW 1/2) K-9 Units F5 Ohio State
Building Building
St. Rt

1014 Area
TUESDAY 11:00 a.m.
The Role of Prairie Grasses for
Livestock and Quail (CM 1/2) Mushrooms: What Are They and Chainsaw Maintenance, 1013
449 451 452 457
459 461 463 464 465 467 473 475 479 480 481 482 483 485 487 489 922
1272 1275 1278
Managing Aquatic Vegetation Alumni
LAND AVE. LAND AVE.
Midwest Cover Crop Council How to Identify Sharpening, and Safety Demo 1011
11:30 a.m. 495 507 508 511 512
Resources (SW 1/2) Tobin 497 498 499 500 501 502 504 506 513 520 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 528 529 530 532 533 535 536 537 538 541 542 544 926
Bldg. Beef 503 Exhibit Tent 516 519
If a Tree Could Talk: What Can a Ohio EPA Stream Ecology/Electro Team Exhibit Association
Noon Grazing Cover Crops (CM 1/2) Trees and Taxes Demos 551 552 553 554 555 556 558 559 560 561 562 565 566 Building 2 574 575 577 579 580 581 584 585 586 587 589 590 592 593 594 595 597 598 927
Fungus Tell Us About Our Woods Fishing Building

Gate H SOYBEAN AVE. SOYBEAN AVE. ?


I-70 12:30 p.m. Native Bees
Resistance! The Future of Elms
and Ash? Chainsaw Cutting Techniques
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1009 600 601 602 605 606 607 608 609 610 611 612 614 616 617 618 619 620 621 622 623 624 625 626 627 628 630 631 633 638
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Versatility of Warm-Season Annual Demo
1:00 p.m. Maple Syrup Production for the Threats to Ohio’s Bat Populations F15 635 Parking
Grasses (CM 1/2) 603 629 929 1304 1308 1310
Beginner 1008 Exhibit
1:30 p.m. K-9 Units Invasive Species Update 1007 641 643 644 647 648 649 650 651 652 653 654 656 657 658 659 660 662 663 665 668 672 673 674 675 Building 1 680
636 931
PARKING 2:00 p.m.
The Ever-Flipped Pond: Better
Water Quality through Aeration
Year-Round Grazing (CM 1/2) Exhibitor 1006
SWINE AVE. SWINE AVE. Gate D
Ensuring Your Woodland’s Future ?
Parking 1005
2:30 p.m. Deer Fencing 932
EXHIBIT 683 684 685 686 687 689
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Wednesday, September 19 1003 934
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1320 1322 1324 1326
10:30 a.m. 1002 WOOL AVE. WOOL AVE.
Edges: Challenges and Opportunities White Tailed Deer
SHUTTLE 11:00 a.m. Winter Stock Piled Forages (CM 1/2) 1000 999 997 996 995 992 990 989 987 986 984 983 982 981 980 979 974 F16 972 967 966 965 964 963 960 958 955 953 952 951 950 949 948 947 945 943 942 941 940 939 937 935
STOP Aquaponics in the Classroom: Mushrooms: What Are They and Chainsaw Maintenance, Gate G Gate F Gate E
11:30 a.m. Teaching Real-World Skills How to Identify Sharpening, and Safety Demo
U.S. Route 40 Ponds and Law: What You Need to
through Conservation Exhibitor Parking
Know
Ohio’s Woodland Property Tax
Noon Grazing Cover Crops (CM 1/2)
Programs
Catch Important Steps for Safe and
Successful Prescribed Fire on
U.S. Route 40 Exhibit A
Demonstration Times for Tuesday Through Thursday Soil Properties and Plant Diversity
shuttle buses 12:30 p.m. Under Native Prairies at The Wilds Private Land The Basics of Tree ID
Chainsaw Cutting Techniques
at west end of 12:30 p.m. Strip-till, Nutrient Application (SW 1/2)
Demo
Is My Pond Toxic? Managing How Important Is Soil Sampling?
Friday Ave that Tillage, including Vertical Tillage 1:00 p.m.
Converting Your Yard into an Edible Against Harmful Algal Blooms (NM 1/2)
run each day from Drones Landscape Beyond the Food Plot: Managing
9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Corn Harvest
1:30 p.m.
Weeds for Wildlife
Woody Invasive Species
Identification and Treatment
AgrAbility Bus Farm Science Review visitors will again be able to browse
2:00 p.m. Deciding if a Timber Harvest Makes Threats to Ohio’s Bat Populations Grazing Alternative Forages (CM 1/2)
3:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Sense for You and Your Woodland
the interactive map and search for specific exhibitors or product
Immediately Following Soybean Harvest 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each day—This bus is available
Corn Harvest Corn Stalk Shredding, Baling, Wrapping Thursday, September 20 categories on the mobile app and online directory.
10:30 a.m.
Is My Pond Toxic? Managing
to transport individuals with mobility issues or a disability
All day OLICA Field Drainage Installation Common Frogs and Snakes of Ohio Against Harmful Algal Blooms Available on Google Play Store and Apple App Store
11:00 a.m. Summer Grazing (CM 1/2) Chainsaw Maintenance, between the main grounds, field demonstrations, and the
Demos run 1 hour. 11:30 a.m. Sharpening, and Safety Demo

Noon Pollinator Habitat


Grazing Native Warm Season Grasses
Self-Guided Invasive Species Update
conservation area. It is located at the shuttle area
Attracting Insect-Eating Birds to
(CM 1/2)
12:30 p.m.
Your Farm
Chainsaw Cutting Techniques
at the west end of the grounds.
1:00 p.m. Demo
DONORS 2018 FARM SCIENCE REVIEW EXHIBIT AREA SOYBEAN AVE.
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Farm Science Review management wishes to express a sincere thank you to the following organizations
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MAPS OF THE REVIEW FOOD VENDORS


BUILDINGS
and individuals for their donations to the 2018 Farm Science Review. The quality of Farm Science Review is 14
See the exhibit area map in the center of the program for locations, or use the interactive map online at
greatly enhanced annually by such gifts. Maps 7
fsr.osu.edu and on the mobile app available in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
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Presenting Lasting Impressions United Seed Associates Jim Given


All booths are 10' x 10' scale 6 Ohio State University Groups
FARM SCIENCE
Columbus, OH Defiance, OH Powell, OH
Sponsors LG Seeds Unverferth Manufacturing Emily Hobson 16
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Agribusiness/NAMA Club..........................................F15
Beck’s
REVIEW STAFF
5 Agricultural Education Society...................................F7

TRACTOR ST.
Springfield, OH Kalida, OH Columbus, OH
Atlanta, IN 29 23
JD Equipment Madison Garden Center Yetter Co Paul and Melody Leidheiser Agricultural Systems Management Club................ F5
West Jefferson, OH Colchester, IL Columbus, OH
London, OH 4 American Society of Agricultural
Mahindra Larry Maassel 30 24
John Deere Co
Taylor Mill, KY Friends of Farm Malinta, OH
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 17 Engineers, Student Branch......................................... F3
Moline, IL
MRC Sales and Service Science Review Elizabeth Melick
4
31 25 3
Buckeye Dairy Club..................................................... F13
Corporate London, OH Jerry Ardrey Worthington, OH 18 CFAES Student Council......................................F16, F17
Supporters Nancy’s Blankets London, OH
James Neikirk
3 32 26 2
Crops and Soils Club.................................................. F14
AGCO Corporation Mt. Sterling, OH Karen Bentley Homosassa, FL 19 Food Science Club....................................................... F4
Grove City, OH
Duluth, GA New Holland Garrett and Lauren Nowak Saddle and Sirloin Club.............................................. F6
AirScout New Holland, PA Robert Boyd Enon, OH 2 1 20 EXHIBIT BUILDING (LOT 635) 1
14 13 12 Nonprofit Groups
London, OH
Monee, IL Ohio AgriBusiness Association ODNR Division of Forestry
Columbus, OH Mark Charville Columbus, OH Bethel United Methodist Church............................... F9
American Equipment Services SWINE AVE.
Milan, OH Hilliard Kiwanis Club..................................................... F8
Sabina, OH Ohio CAT Brent Philbrook
Anderson Equipment Hilliard, OH Curtis Cook Mahomet, IL London FFA......................Gwynne Conservation Area
Pittsburgh, PA
Washington CH, OH Ohio Farmer/Farm Progress Kenneth Powell London Kiwanis Club...................................................F10
Automation Zone Companies Leslie Cooksey Columbus, OH
St. Charles, IL Stoutsville, OH Madison County Chamber of Commerce............... F2 Front row: Melena Dillingham, Matt Sullivan
Castalia, OH John Rauch
OLICA Julia Cumming Little Hocking, OH 3 4 5 Ohio Cattlewomen.......................................................F12 Back row: Nick Zachrich, Nate Douridas,
B&C Communications
Leipsic, OH Columbus, OH Outcast Recovery House.............................................. F1 Garrett Nowak, Ken Ulrich, Ali Meddles
Columbus, OH Ron Rausch
Camso Pioneer Seed David Dennis Marysville, OH Teen Challenge Columbus..........................................F11 Friesen
Adams Mills, OH Perrysburg, OH
Indianapolis, IN Phillip Rhonemus
Nate and Amanda Douridas 2
Case IH Precision Agri-Services West Union, OH
Racine, WI
DEKALB Asgrow
Minster, OH
ProTrakker
London, OH
M.H. Eby, Inc.
Clay and Lynn Rose
Dublin, OH
FARM SCIENCE REVIEW STUDENT CREW
Odebolt, IA West Jefferson, OH 1 6
St. Louis, MO Brian Schleppi
*Fastline Media Group Ray Hensley Inc Stan Ernst Groveport, OH
Springfield, OH State College, PA
Buckner, KY Mark Schleppi
Golf Car Company Rea and Associates Farm Show Council Groveport, OH
Dublin, OH Columbus, OH
Plain City, OH Mark Schmittgen
Gypsoil Ruff’s Seed Farm Craig and Karen Fendrick Thornville, OH
Amanda, OH Sunbury, OH
Chicago, IL Larry Schriver
Heritage Cooperative Soucy Track Patrick Fish Jeffersonville, OH
Quebec, Canada Pickerington, OH
West Mansfield, OH Matthew and Amy Sullivan
Sukup Manufacturing Fred Fisher
If your business is agriculture, our business is you.
Inbody Drainage London, OH
Sheffield, IA Columbus, OH
Leipsic, OH Jim and Norma Trotter
Integrated Ag Services Brian Tabit/OK Farm Products Ali and Daryl Friesen Smithville, OH
Milford Center, OH Washington CH, OH Marysville, OH
Ken Ulrich Left to right: Nick Berchtold, Treg Snoden, Griffin Jankowski, Payton Mercer, Katie Butler, Matt Kranz, and Tim
J&M Manufacturing Titan International FSR/FO Alumni Society South Charleston, OH Gather with 100,000+ agriculturalists Explore 4000+ product lines and services Sullivan. Also contributing to Farm Science Review and not pictured are: Michael Schmid, Jack Hagemeyer,
Quincy, IL Dublin, OH Andrew McCord, Brandon Palmer, Jerad Seiler, Forrest Lang, Lindsay Davis, Maile Moyer, and Eric Johnson.
Fort Recovery, OH Harold and Ginny Watters connecting with 700+ exhibitors in 100 to discover what will make an impact on
Kubota Tractor Corp Trimble Navigation Ltd Galehouse Drainage Raymond, OH
Torrance, CA Wabash, IN Doylestown, OH
Nick and Mallory Zachrich acres of exhibits. your operation.
Chuck and Diana Gamble Mechanicsburg, OH The Program and Policy Committee and Farm Science Review management express

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