Pennsylvania Farm Show (Harrisburg PA Farm Show) is the largest indoor agricultural event held in the United States, with nearly 6,000 animals, 10,000 competitive exhibits and hundreds of commercial exhibits. This 8 days agricultural exposition is being organized by Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA). The venue of this event is Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center which is located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States of America. The event will be held from 06 January 2018, Saturday to 13 January 2018, Saturday. Pennsylvania Farm Show 2018 will showcase a wide range of products and services related to farm & ranch sector from the leading exhibitors such as agricultural machinery, soil conditioning equipment, transplanting equipment, harvesting equipment, agricultural vehicles, agricultural utilities, parts, attachments and accessories, breeders, breeding facilities and equipment, hatching facilities and equipment, insemination, incubation, humidifiers and temperature control, pharmaceuticals, biologicals, vaccines, veterinary medicines, veterinary instruments and equipment, animal housing, feed, feed additives, feed ingredients, feed storage, fertilizer, fertilizer spreaders, growth stimulators, pesticides, pest control equipment, spraying equipment, agrotextile, egg collection systems, egg handling equipment, egg packaging, egg grading, irrigation systems, irrigation equipment, milking systems, milking facilities, milking equipment, milk handling equipment, milk cooling and storage, respirator, eye protection, hand protection, foot protection, seeds, slaughtering and meat handling, soil conditioners, soil nRead Moreutrition, soil enrichment products, manure removal systems, manure removal equipment, waste water treatment, aeration systems, filtration systems. The approximate number of exhibitors that will exhibit at this event is over 300. Over 500,000 visitors are expected at this agricultural exposition. The frequency of Pennsylvania Farm Show is annual. The event is free to the public. This agricultural exposition has been running since 1917.