2019 Ag Progress Days held at Penn State

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Myka Proby, 2, sits on a tractor at Penn State's Ag Progress Days. (Rachel Wagoner photo)

ROCKS SPRINGS, Pa. — Thousands of people attended Penn State’s 2019 Ag Progress Days Aug. 13 to 15 at the Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center.

The outdoor agricultural expo featured 500 commercial and educational exhibits, crop displays, machinery demonstrations, research tours, workshops and children’s activities.

The event typically attracts up to 45,000 visitors.

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Rachel is a reporter with Farm and Dairy and a graduate of Clarion University of Pennsylvania. She married a fourth-generation beef and sheep farmer and settled down in her hometown in Beaver County. Before coming to Farm and Dairy, she worked at several daily and weekly newspapers throughout Western Pennsylvania covering everything from education and community news to police and courts.

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