HARRISBURG – The 105th iteration of the Pennsylvania Farm Show is underway, according to Sen. Gene Yaw (R-23).
“Although it is much quieter, and a lot less crowded, it is still an opportunity to connect consumers to farmers, and farmers to consumers, both in Pennsylvania and beyond,” Senator Yaw said. “I was happy to sit down with Pennsylvania Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding to discuss this year’s event, as well as some agriculture initiatives currently under consideration by the state legislature.”
Traditionally held in Harrisburg at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex, the department announced a move to a virtual show as Pennsylvania continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
In addition to live and pre-recorded events on the Pennsylvania Farm Show Facebook page and the Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN), the Farm Show will host a number of virtual exhibits.
To learn more about what the 2021 PA Farm Show has to offer, visit website here.
Rita Zielonis, Chief of Staff