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HARRISBURG, Pa. - The attendance numbers have yet to roll in, but the 100th Pennsylvania Farm Show is being called a success! There were over 6,000 animals and 300 exhibits. Over 150,000 milkshakes were sold and 7,000 slices of chocolate covered bacon.

The bacon was a new item this year. The Department of Agriculture and is debating on whether or not to bring it back next year. They say it was such a commodity and they do not know if it will lose its luster.

One thing is certain, the show will go on, the 101st Farm Show will be January 7-14.