Permits may be required for traveling to the show this year.

The Spotted Lanternfly is a big concern to our agriculture industry. We are asking all of you to help keep this invasive insect contained. The Spotted Lanternfly has expanded its range rapidly, primarily by hitchhiking on vehicles and cargo.

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA) and The Pennsylvania State University College of Agriculture Sciences are working to help educate the public to contain this invasive insect.

Quarantine

The Spotted Lanternfly is now under quarantine in 14 counties in Pennsylvania.

Quarantine Counties as of July 25, 2019 (PDA Website):

  • Berks
  • Bucks
  • Carbon
  • Chester
  • Dauphin
  • Delaware
  • Lancaster
  • Lebanon
  • Lehigh
  • Monroe
  • Montgomery
  • Northampton
  • Philadelphia
  • Schuylkill

If your business moves products or supplies in and out of this quarantine zone you are required to get a permit. This permit helps indicate that you are aware of the Spotted Lanternfly and are taking the necessary steps to help avoid spreading this invasive insect.

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Happy Valley Adventure Bureau

Farm Show Council

Since 1972, the Farm Show Council (FSC) has represented agricultural equipment shows in the United States, Canada and New Zealand that have expressed excellence and maintained high standards for the benefit of both exhibitors and attendees. The FSC seal reflects excellence, a quality you will find in the 2020 Ag Progress Days Show.

Happy Valley Adventure Bureau

Farm Show Council

Since 1972, the Farm Show Council (FSC) has represented agricultural equipment shows in the United States, Canada and New Zealand that have expressed excellence and maintained high standards for the benefit of both exhibitors and attendees. The FSC seal reflects excellence, a quality you will find in the 2020 Ag Progress Days Show.