Farm Science Review unveils new mobile ticketing option

Sherrie R. Whaley modified by Dean Kreager
AUG. 24, 2022

Combine and drone in farm field Come celebrate 60 years with us at Farm Science Review, one of the nation’s largest outdoor farm shows (Ken Chamberlain photo).

Even after 60 years, there’s always something new at Farm Science Review and, for this year’s show set for Sept. 20-22, it starts with how visitors can purchase tickets.

A new mobile ticketing option will allow visitors to print tickets at home or save to a mobile device for entry. The presale ticket price of $10 will be available online at through the QR code at the bottom and at our normal participating sales locations until midnight Monday, September 19th.

  • County Extension office
  • H.W. Martin and Sons
  • Granville Milling
  • Utica Feed and Hardware
  • Legend Farm and Feed
  • Heritage Cooperative Nashport
  • Farm Credit Utica

Tickets may still be purchased online during Farm Science Review (FSR) for $15. Children 5 & under are free. Visitors may also still purchase paper tickets with cash or credit card at the gates. Parking is free.

As always, the premier agricultural education and industry exposition will provide valuable information to farmers and producers, while focusing on continuing to educate for the future.

Hosted by the Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, FSR is held at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center, 135 State Route 38, near London. The 60th FSR will focus on “Embracing Time and Change.” Review hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 20–21 and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 22.

More than 100,000 people are expected to attend the event, which will feature more than 100 educational sessions including “Ask the Expert” talks, the most comprehensive field crop demonstrations in the United States, 600 exhibits, a career exploration fair, and immersive virtual reality videos of agricultural activities.

“For six decades, FSR has offered a gathering place for agriculture to showcase products, services, and education to the public to improve profitability, sustainability, and excitement for future possibilities,” said Nick Zachrich, FSR manager. “As FSR reaches this milestone year for the 60th edition of bringing the industry together, there is a lot of optimism that the next 60 years will be full of new practices and technology that could be displayed at Farm Science Review.”

Across the 100-acre exhibit area, attendees will see new products and exhibitors, which will range from livestock, electric tractors, and other equipment and implement improvements, as well as educational sessions and displays from OSU Extension.

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Sherrie R. Whaley

Nick Zachrich

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