Visit a variety of exhibits and demonstrations on how best to manage our natural resources and wildlife. Specialists from Penn State and other organizations will answer your crop production, weed identification, and biofuel questions.

Where: Harrington Lane and end of East 5th St.

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Crop management

Ask experts about crop and variety selection, when to crop scout, and how much manure or fertilizer you should apply. Bring your favorite weed with you for the experts to identify.


Growing quality forages is key to raising productive and healthy cattle, sheep, goats, horses, and other livestock on your farm.The experts at Penn State and the PA Forage and Grassland Council will be on hand to answer your questions.

Hay Show

See attached brochure for more information on our 2019 Hay Show at Ag Progress Days.

No-Till Practices and Organic Farming

No-till agriculture continues to gain new ground in Pennsylvania. Farming without tillage saves the soil, improves soil quality, and reduces energy inputs.

Nutrient Management

Visit PDA Nutrient Management and Penn State Ag and Environmental Center to find the latest information on nutrient management regulations and best practices.

Sustainable Agriculture

Visit with the experts at Penn State, PASA, and Pennsylvania Certified Organic (PCO) about what you are doing or would like to do in your farming operation.


Up for some fun? Spend a few minutes -- or several hours-- wandering through the corn maze with your kids. This maze is accessible for wheelchairs and strollers.

USDA Conservation Assistance with a Click

Learn about Conservation Client Gateway, a new, secure website that makes it even easier for customers to receive conservation assistance from USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). This presentation will demonstrate the site's features and how to sign up.

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