As with many events, the PA Farm Show was forced to go virtual because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

There is a bright spot. Online programs such as the PDA Listening Session, the Agriculture Law Forum, the Grange Broadband Panel, and a host of farmer education webinars on best practices led by Penn State Extension attracted many who normally cannot or would not have traveled to Harrisburg to attend the PA Farm Show in person.

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