2013 Farm Show Butter Sculpture

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Thursday evening, the 2013 Farm Show butter sculpture was revealed in Harrisburg.  It’s a representation of Pennsylvania’s diverse agricultural industry.  You can see it’s a mixture of items including trees, a turkey and giant check mark among other items.  It was made from nearly 1,000 pounds of butter.


The sculpture is a long-standing tradition at the annual Farm Show.  The food court opens Friday afternoon.  Exhibits open Saturday and run through January 12th.    There are about 6,000 animals and 10,000 exhibits focusing on agriculture.

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