The 95th Pennsylvania Farm Show is quickly approaching. It runs from January 8th through the 15th and takes place at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg
State Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding says the facility has undergone a nearly $4 million makeover.
“We’ve got a solar project,” said Redding. “We’ve got some energy saving measures that are inside, in terms of water, water usage and lighting.”
Redding says the famous butter sculpture also has a new showcase.
“It allows us to really have a 360-degree view,” he said. “It’s going to be placed in a new location this year. Same hall, but inverted a little bit to allow us to bring in the other agriculture commodities around it.”
Redding says the largest indoor agricultural exhibition in the US will once again include a sheep-to-shawl contest, high school rodeo and a fully stocked food court.