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CHECK IT OUT ONLINE: Beginning in September, virtual visitors can find out about the Farm Science Review’s offerings by going to the FSR website,, and clicking on an image of the show’s physical site.

2020 Farm Science Review offered online

Find out about the show’s offerings by visiting at the Farm Science Review website.

For 2020, Farm Science Review will be virtual. You can watch livestreamed talks and recorded videos for free that feature the latest farm equipment and research that pique your interest.

From Sept. 22 to Sept. 24, people from across the Midwest and the world can learn tips for increasing farm profits and growing crops, including soybeans, hemp and more.

Beginning in September, virtual visitors can find out about the show’s offerings by going to and clicking on an image of the show’s physical site. Within that image, people can click on the various icons to find the schedules for talks and demos they’re most interested in, such as field demonstrations or “Ask the Expert” talks.

Have your questions answered

Viewers will enter the talks through a Zoom meeting link and be able to post their questions in chat boxes. Recordings of the presentations will be also be offered after the event.

“It will be even easier this year to benefit from the show’s valuable advice that can help farmers improve their businesses,” says Nick Zachrich, manager of Farm Science Review, which is hosted by Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

“Whether farm operators have questions on finances, insurance protection, or which new tool fits their needs, resources will be available through Farm Science Review online.”

The virtual format is a first for Farm Science Review, held annually for nearly 60 years.

For more information about the format or offerings in this year’s show, visit

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