HARRISBURG – PA Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding offered more information about a virtual 2021 PA Farm Show, previewing some of the Farm Show favorites and new events to be featured in January. Redding said while a virtual show will be very different, we’ve been given an opportunity to think outside the box. There will be a variety of live and pre-recorded events, as well as an online resource library starting Saturday, January 9, 2021. The show will include, but not be limited to, the traditional 1,000-pound butter sculpture; live duckling and beehive cams available 24/7; PA Preferred Culinary Connection cooking and beverage-pairing demonstrations (with ingredients provided in advance so Pennsylvanians can cook along with chefs); daily, live-action demonstrations, from Angora-Palooza to tractor pulls; and evening bedtime stories for young, aspiring agriculturalists. There will also be opportunities for traditional non-animal competitive events, such as Christmas trees and wine. Once new rules and regulations for COVID-19-safe competitive events are finalized, a full list of competitive opportunities will be announced. The virtual 2021 PA Farm Show is to take place Saturday, January 9 – Saturday, January 16, 2021.