Sheep, velocity horses and antique tractor pulls: Pa Farm Show timetable for Jan. 12

The 2022 Pennsylvania Farm Display continues now, with the sheep to shawl contest, antique tractor pulls, speed horse demonstrations and a lot more.

For people who really don’t know, the Farm Display will be held at the Pennsylvania Farm Display Intricate & Expo Centre at 2300 N. Cameron St. in Harrisburg from Jan. 8-15. Several hours are 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Jan. 8 and Jan. 10-14, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Jan. 9 and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Jan. 15.

Masks are strongly inspired, but not expected in the sophisticated. Absolutely free masks and sanitizer also will be offered during the advanced as properly as on shuttle buses.

If you are scheduling on going, here’s a rundown of the program for right now, Jan. 12. For the comprehensive program, stop by the farm show’s official site:

8 a.m.: Pace Horse Demonstration – New Holland Arena (NHA)

Antique Tractor Display and Farm Action Area – Equine Arena (EA)

9 a.m.: FFA Demonstration – Wholesome Soil Makes Healthy Vegetation – Lancaster Farming Stage (LFS)

9:30 a.m.: FFA Demonstration – Making Christmas Lovely – LFS

10 a.m.: Youth Fleece to Scarf Contest – Little Arena (SA)

FFA Demonstration – Soil Screening for Vitamins – LFS

Plant Propagation Demonstration – Key Corridor Phase (MHS)

10:30 a.m.: FFA Demonstration – How to Properly Capture Wild Animals – LFS

11 a.m.: Honey Extraction Demonstration by the Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association – Culinary Connection Phase (CCS)

Agri-Magic Present – MHS

FFA Demonstration – Producing Slide Centerpieces – LFS

Barn Speak with Draft Horses and Their Homeowners – Equine Barn (EB)

11:30 a.m.: Youth Pedal Tractor Pull Registration – EA

FFA Demonstration – Looking through the Label (Pesticides) – LFS

12 p.m.: Draft Horse Hitch and Travel Demonstration – NHA

Doug Krick, Govt Chef, Dodge City Steakhouse, Harrisburg: Caribbean Jerk Kabobs with Mango Relish and Roasted Crimson Potatoes – CCS

Make It and Consider It – MHS

Cumberland County Conservation District, Rain Barrels Presentation by Lori Glace – LFS

12:30 p.m.: Youth Pedal Tractor Pull – EA

Are living Alpaca Presentation by Angie Grove – LFS

1 p.m.: The Beef Slider Showdown: Children Version offered by the Pennsylvania Beef Council – CCS

Agri-Magic Demonstrate – MHS

PA Office of Banking and Securities – Farmers Can Retire, The 4-Ps to Retirement Planning – LFS

2 p.m.: Pace Horse Demonstration – NHA

Plant Propagation Demonstration – MHS

PA Hardwoods Presentation by Roger Anderson – LFS

Rick Larsen, Govt Chef, Chocolatier, Hershey: Beer Braised Small Ribs with Hershey’s Chocolate, Carrot Puree and Roasted Fingerling Potatoes – CCS

3 p.m.: Sheep to Shawl Contest – SA

Ben Beaver, Exec. Chef Ever Grain Brewing Corporation, Camp Hill, PA – CCS

Agri-Magic Demonstrate – MHS

PA Section of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Health and Diagnostics, ASF Presentation – LFS

3:30 p.m. – Eric Jackson, Minimum of These Consulting, LLC offers “Dr. George Washington Carver: Plant Health care provider & Renaissance Male – LFS

4 p.m.: Antique Tractor Pull – EA

Chef Teacher Autumn Patti: “Veal Piccata” Stuffed Mushrooms – CCS

PA/NJ Chapter of the American Chestnut Foundation – MHS

5:30 p.m. Bid Calling Contest – BH

Line Dance-alongside with the Junior Committee – NHA

6 p.m.: Maple Generation Demonstration by the Pennsylvania Maple Syrup Producers – CCS

Make Mine Nation – LFS

6:30 p.m. Sheep to Shawl Auction – SA

7 p.m.: Fleece Auction – SA

Goodnight Farm Present – Storytime – MHS