Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, August 22, 1998, Image 1

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    Vol. 43 No. 42
Ag Progress Has Educational, Business, Social Opportunities
Ag Progress Days provide educational, business, and social
opportunities for thousands of farm families each year. The
event was held this week at Rockspring in Centre County at the
Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center. In the upper
left photo, from left, Gov. Tom Ridge, State Ag Secretary
Samuel Hayes Jr., and Penn State President Graham Spanier
show the new Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture logo
that was unveiled at the event. Center and upper right is a com-
Four Sections
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 22, 1998
posite of part of the bird's-eye view from on top of the “blue”
silo in the exhibition fields. Lower left is a photo of the hay cut
ting demonstrations with part of the showgrounds in the back
ground. In the lower right, the Dairy of Distinction families get
together for a group photo on the barn hill. Firsthand stories of
the event by the staff at Lancaster Farming can be found inside
this issue. Photos thls psgs by Evsrstt Nswswangor, managing sditor.’
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