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Pennsylvania Farm Show

donutsTwo webcams in one day!

The Penn State College of Agricultural Science has a webcam of its Sciences Exhibit at the Pennsylvania Farm Show.

The website says that at the exhibit you can:

  • Learn about all 21 majors that the college has to offer.
  • Participate in hands on activities in food safety, land use planning, and water quality.
  • Talk to a master gardener or get advice on how to beat the high cost of heating your home this winter.
  • Take in live presentations on new opportunities in bioenergy research.

It doesn’t sound that enticing, but the milkshakes– the milkshakes make the Farm Show so worthwhile. And the donuts. Don’t forget the donuts. (Picture taken from the Farm Show site.)

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