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VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE DEMON
STRATIONS - Throughout the week, vo-ag students
will present demonstrations on a wide array of
agricultural activities. Through these presentations,
students have an opportunity to improve their
organization and public presentation skills. These
educational demonstrations on are open to the public in
the Pennsylvania Room on the Upper Ccjpcourse of the
Large Arena. Some of the best presentations will be
repeated in the Family Comer.
WINDOW DISPLAYS - The window display in the
Main Lobby will commemorate the involvement of the
Farm Show Complex during World War 11. The federal
government leased the facility in 1942 to train airplane
mechanics. By October, the Main Exhibition Building
was filled with classrooms, offices, a welding shop and a
machine shop. The usual Farm Show was not held in
1943,1944,1945 or 1946, although farm organizations still
held their annual meetings.
WORLD WAR II: THE PENNSYLVANIA
HOME FRONT Come and explore what the Home
Front was like during the Second World War II in this
mobile museum parked in the Northwest Lot all week.
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Show visitors can compare their experiences with those of
other Pennsylvanians whose lives were transformed to
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SHEEP TO SHAWL CONTEST - The 14th annual
Sheep to Shawl Contest, sponsored this year by the
Pennsylvania Sheep and Wool Growers Association, gets
underway at 5 p.m. on Monday in the Small Arena. This
popular event finds teams sheering sheep, spinning the
wool into yam, and creating beautiful shawls in just two
hours. We invite you to stay until the judging is complete
and bid on your favorite shawl during the 8 p.m. auction.
All proceeds from the shawls go directly to the teams.
SUPREME CHAMPIONS - Selections of the
prestigious 1995 Pennsylvania Farm Show Supreme
Champions will be made for draft horses, swine, dairy
catde, beef catde, sheep wool breeds and meat breeds
after the last breed is judged in each department.
POULTRY EXHIBIT - More than 2,000 bantams,
geese, chickens and ducks are expected for judging prior
to the public opening of the Farm Show. -Over 400
champion birds will then be displayed along the Lower
Concourse throughout the week. You will also find the
egg display in foe poultry area.
RABBIT SHOW & SALE - Sanctioned by the
American Rabbit Breeders Association, a one-day rabbit
show is held on Saturday morning. Best of breed, best of
show, bestrof variety and youth meat pen animals will be
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cooped and on exhibit for the entire week of Farm Show.
New this year is a rabbit auction, scheduled for 5 p.m. on
Saturday in the Small Arena, featuring youth meat pens.
RECORD PREMIUMS OFFERED - The
Pennsylvania State Farm Show is committed to exhibiting
the best that Pennsylvania agriculture has to offer. This
commitment to attracting top quality agricultural
products and livestock is evidenced by another increase in
premiums, which now brings the total purse offered to
1995 exhibitors to a record $228,981.
RODEO - Members of the Pennsylvania High School
Rodeo Association will perform for Saturday's afternoon
and evening audiences in the Large Arena. The student
riders will compete for separate points in each sanctioned
show, with classes in team roping, saddle and bareback
riding, bull riding, steer wrestling, calf roping, breakaway
roping, goat tying, pole bending and barrel racing.
SCOOPERBOWL SUNDAY - For a $3 contribution
to the Four Diamonds Foundation, Sunday visitors can
enter the Scooperbowl Arena and eat as much ice cream
as they like. Several vendors will be serving their ice
cream favorites between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. to raise
money for children with cancer. A media contest at 1
p.m. features several teams and their favorite recipes in an
ice cream making contest.
SHAVER'S CREEK ENVIRONMENTAL
CENTER - See birds of prey, turtles, snakes, spiders,
toads, honeybees, skulls and skins in this educational
display geared toward children. This "see and touch"
exhibit is scheduled all week in the Family Comer on the
second floor of the Northeast Building.
SHEEP SHOW - The Dorset, Hampshire, Southdown
and Suffolk breeding sheep will compete in the show ring
on Sunday morning, followed by the Shropshires and
Cheviots on Monday morning, and the Cornedalc,
Merino and Rambouillet breeds on Wednesday evening
A Meat Breeds Supreme Champion will be selected at the
conclusion of the final breed show on Monday and a
Wool Breeds Supreme Champion will be selected
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oils, skin and hair and keeps them free of
flies, lice, grubs, ticks, mange and pinkeye
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