2014 China Scientific Cooperative Exchange Program
Dr. Warren Dick, Professor in Environment and Natural Resources, shows the SCEP visitors the Triplett-Van Doren no-till plots.
SCEP visitors listen as Dr. Sally Miller, Professor in Department of Plant Pathology, describes her outreach with Ohio vegetable growers through blogs & other online media.
Dr. Joe Kleinhenz of the Food Industries Center gives the SCEP visitors a tour of the Center's dairy pilot lab.
Visitors tour the greenhouses and learn about the fresh flower production operations at the Little Miami Flower Company in Clark County, OH.
SCEP Visitors tour the Clark County Extension Office with Pam Bennett, Clark Co. Extension Chair and State Coordinator for the Master Gardener Program, and learn of the day-to-day operations of the office.
Visitors ate lunch and learned about the founding and historic expansion of Young's Dairy - a family farm that provides a wide array of agritourism activities to educate the public about agriculture in Yellow Springs, OH.
Visitors tour the swine production facilities at the Western Agricultural Research Station in South Charleston, OH, and learn of the many ongoing research initiatives focused on swine genetics.
Visitors receive a wagon tour of the crop production plots on the grounds of the Western Agricultural Research Station.
Visitors speak with a member of the agricultural industry about product innovation and development at the 2014 Farm Science Review in London, OH.
Visitors speak with a USDA official from Wildlife Services about the latest technology used to combat invasive species in Ohio - like feral hogs - and to protect agricultural producers.
Visitors attended the annual Vice President's Luncheon at the 2014 Farm Science Review, where they heard from Dr. Bruce McPheron, Vice President of Agricultural Administration and Dean of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.