HARRISBURG (AP) – The 2022 PA Farm Show returned as an in-person event this month, but parking revenue suggests that many stayed away during the still-raging COVID-19 pandemic. The PA Department of Agriculture said parking revenue was down by more than 40% from 2020, the most recent in-person show. Last year’s show was done virtually. The Farm Show does not charge admission or count how many people come through its doors, so parking revenue is used as a rough proxy to gauge attendance. In a normal year, some half-million people attend the event.