Penn State Exhibits
Each year the Agricultural Safety and Health team highlights a safety topic important to the everyday lives of farm families. Demonstrations in the farm safety area have focused on ATV safety, tractor stability and the importance of having tractors equipped with ROPS, dangers of becoming helplessly trapped in flowing grain, and the importance of ventilation to reduce deadly gases in confined space areas. The farm safety demonstrations on Wednesday focuses specifically on agricultural rescue activities including scene stabilization and patient-extrication techniques.
Featured in the College Exhibits Building for 2014 - Presented by Departments Animal Science, and Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences.
The Equine Experience, presented by Penn State’s Equine Science program, features demonstrations, exhibits, workshops, and seminars on equine-related topics.
Crops, soils, and conservation exhibitors and demonstrations are now located at the end of East 5th Street on Harrington Lane. This building was dedicated in memory of the late, Joseph D. Harrington, former Show Manager. This building was made possible through the generous support of individual donors.
The Family Room Building, 4-H Youth Building, The Great Insect Fair, Shaver's Creek Tent, Pedal Go-Kart Derby, Kids Climb and the Corn Maze.
PaOneStop provides online tools to help farmers meet regulatory requirements for Erosion and Sediment Plans and Nutrient Management Planning. AgMap is now available nationwide; AgMap for years has been Pennsylvania's leading web-based directory for agricultural products and services.
See and touch tools and equipment used in early agriculture and rural life. Understand early technological developments in agriculture through the 1930’s. Appreciate a time when energy for work was supplied by the power of humans and domesticated animals.
Join College of Agricultural Science to learn about what’s new in Agriculture. Participate in discussions on the 2014 Farm Bill and Ag policies with government officials, industry representatives and educators. Help develop a new tool to manage riparian zones on grazing lands.
Penn State Master Gardeners will give advice and help you solve your plant and pest problems.