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Pa. Farm Show: Diversity is on the table, but not sitting around it

Buy PhotoManatawna-Saul 4-H Club members Forest Detweiler, 10, and Zoe Murphy, 13, work to groom Will the sheep at the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017.

He typically raises cows, cattle, hogs or poultry and grows grains and hay to feed the animals.

A stroll around the food court will introduce you to the wide variety of foodstuffs that Pennsylvania farmers are responsible for – milkshakes, mushrooms, maple syrup, vegetable soup, hamburgers, French fries and deep-fried onions.

The Pennsylvania Port Producers Council hosts the Best Rib and Beer Competition at 1 p.m. on Friday at the Culinary Connection Stage.

A quarter of Pennsylvania’s 4,268 migrant workers work on 72 farms in Adams County, the state’s top producer of apples and peaches

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