Dairy Hits The Spot At 2014 PA Farm Show

PHILADELPHIA – The milkshakes. A must have. The grilled cheese. A must eat. And the 1000 pound butter sculpture. A must see . . .  all at the Pennsylvania (PA) Farm Show from Jan. 4-11, 2014.

The sculpture, sponsored by Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association and Pennsylvania Dairy Promotion Program, will be unveiled Thursday at 11 a.m. Each year, the theme of the sculpture is kept a secret, adding to the excitement. New this year will be take-home cards featuring a photo of the sculpture, and a fun contest, so be sure to follow the Butter Sculpture on Facebook at Facebook.com/ButterSculpture and on Twitter at Twitter.com/ButterSculpture to stay up-to-date.

After taking in the spectacular Butter Sculpture, visitors to Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association’s dairyspot.com booth should come prepared to move to the beat of Drums Alive® and then refuel with free chocolate milk, which will be sampled daily from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Before leaving the booth, visitors can enter to win an official NFL® autographed football.

Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association is proud to be a sponsor of the innovative Today’s Agriculture display, a 13,000 square foot exhibit, which features a glimpse into the process of raising food for a growing population. Dairy farmers will be available as a part of the Today’s Agriculture program to answer consumers’ questions about how milk makes its way from farm to table.

Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association and Pennsylvania Dairy Promotion Program are the local planning and management organizations funded by dairy farmer checkoff dollars. They work closely with Dairy Management Inc. and are responsible for increasing demand for dairy products on behalf of Pennsylvania’s dairy farmers. For more information, visit www.dairyspot.com.

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