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Progressive Events: 2010 Keystone Farm Show

PD Editor Emily Caldwell Published on 03 February 2010

Despite the brisk temperatures during the first week of January, more than 10,000 agricultural producers and industry professionals attended the Keystone Farm Show, held at the York Fairgrounds January 5 to 7.

About 360 exhibitors set up booths and displays, offering cutting-edge technology, new products and the latest information and research about all facets of the agricultural industry in the Northeast.



Keystone Farm Show

Attendees visited six buildings, including the newly refurbished Heritage Hall, full of equipment dealers, product manufacturers, feed companies, trade associations and many other agricultural organizations.

The Keystone Farm Show, touted as Pennsylvania’s largest commercial farm equipment and service provider trade show, is sponsored by Lee Publications, based in Palatine Bridge, New York.

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PHOTO 1 : The largest building at the Keystone Farm Show housed nearly half of the more than 360 commercial exhibitors.


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PHOTO 2 : Ernest and Anna Bert of Ryder Supply Company in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, are former dairy producers and enjoy exhibiting at the Keystone Farm Show because they’re able to visit with many current and potential customers.

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PHOTO 3 : Keystone Farm Show attendees observe and discuss the Tie-Grabber from Kuhns Mfg .

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PHOTO 4 : Dairy producers who attended the show had the opportunity to hear about the latest developments in milking equipment from companies such as BouMatic , DeLaval and Lely .


Photos by Emily Caldwell