Ag Progress Days
Ag Progress Days (APD) at Penn State, held annually during three days in August, is Pennsylvania's largest outdoor agricultural exposition.
Thanks to all the exhibitors and visitors who attended the 2014 Ag Progress Days, making this year's show a tremendous success.
We look forward to seeing all of you next year for our 2015 show, August 18-20.
Ag Progress Days News
October 28, 2014The fifth in a series of fall open houses at Penn State's Pasto Agricultural Museum on Nov. 2 will look at historic logging and timber production. From 1 to 4 p.m., museum staff will share old photos and stories of the days in the late 1800s and early 1900s when Williamsport was the logging capital of the world, according to Rita Graef, Pasto Museum curator.
September 4, 2014The Pasto Agricultural Museum’s first two open house events at the Ag Progress Days show site will feature “Putting Food By…” There is something different at the Pasto each home football Sunday!
September 3, 2014Missing Ag Progress Days? Videos of the show are posted on Lancaster Farming's YouTube channel, including an interview with Show Manager Bob Oberheim.
August 7, 2014Any visit to Ag Progress Days — being held Aug. 12 through 14 — should include a stop at the Pasto Ag Museum. There is much to see, learn and do there. A big crowd favorite — the silent auction — will occur on Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 12 and 13.
August 5, 2014One of the East's largest agricultural expositions is on tap Aug. 12-14, and those who make the trip to Penn State's Ag Progress Days will have no shortage of things to see and do. The annual event gives as many as 50,000 visitors a glimpse into the science and business of agriculture. But you don't have to be a farmer to enjoy and learn from Ag Progress Days.