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2022 Butter Sculpture

Harvesting More, Together

“Harvesting More, Together” is the theme for the 31st butter sculpture at the PA Farm Show. The sculpture depicts a dairy farmer in a rural community sharing a glass of milk with urban gardeners in front of a city skyline, celebrating how they come together to feed communities.

Meet the Sculptors

Since 2008, Pennsylvania-based husband and wife team Jim Victor and Marie Pelton have been creating the butter sculptures! Throughout their career, the duo has used various foods such as butter, cheese, and chocolate for their imaginative, artistic creations.

A Tribute to the Pennsylvania Farm Show Butter Sculpture

The anticipation of the butter sculpture unveiling has built up for nearly 2 years! Since the 2021 Farm Show was canceled due to unprecedented times, we are thrilled to bring the butter sculpture back this year. Watch our 2021 tribute to the butter sculpture and take a trip down memory lane to learn when it all began.

Undeniably Dairy Shake-Off

Vote Now!

Vote for the team that YOU think deserves to win the 2022 PA Farm Show Undeniably Dairy Shake-Off People’s Choice Award! Watch the video and vote for the team that you think will be creating the most unique milkshake based on their ingredients! Listed below are the team milkshake names and ingredients.

Voting polls open on Friday, January 7 at 10:00am EST and close on Friday, January 14 at 5:00pm EST.


Watch it Live!

Watch all 4 teams compete for the best taste award LIVE at the PA Farm Show on Saturday, January 15th! The winner of the People’s Choice Award will be announced on January 15 as well.

The live competition will be hosted by country music powerhouse, Nancy Ryan. Nancy is also the former co-host of the top-rated “Nancy and Newman” morning show on BOB 949. The judges of the competition who will be tasting the creations are, Liz Cashell – dairy farmer and ADANE Board Member, Jesslyn Balmer – dairy farmer and ADANE Board Member and Kelly Bliss – Pennsylvania State Alternate Dairy Princess.

Fill a Glass with Hope

Fill a Glass with Hope® is a partnership formed among American Dairy Association North East, the Pennsylvania Dairymen’s Association and Feeding Pennsylvania and it’s member food banks, that raises funds to enable food banks to purchase fresh milk directly from their local dairies in order to distribute it to families in need. Thanks to our generous supporters, the program has distributed more than 21 million servings of fresh milk since inception through the charitable food network of pantries, soup kitchen, shelters, and feeding programs. The 2022 Fill a Glass with Hope® campaign will kick off on Friday, January 7, 2022 as the Pa. Farm Show food court opens. There will be donation boxes at the milkshake and toasted cheese stands throughout the Pa. Farm Show and you can also donate online.



Calving Corner

The Calving Corner is the cornerstone in the “Destination Dairy” Northeast Exhibit Hall, giving visitors a firsthand look at the Pennsylvania dairy industry and providing educational learning activities for children. Visit with farmers to learn more about where you milk and dairy products come from and witness the miracle of life at Pennsylvania’s Dairy Cow Birthing Center. The four farms that will provide cows for the exhibit this year are: Brook-Corner Holsteins, Lebanon County; Burk-Lea Farms, Franklin County; Mercer Vu Farms Inc., Franklin County; and Walton Farms, Chester County.


Destination Dairy

“Destination Dairy” is located in the Northeast Hall of the Pa. Farm Show. Visit with Pennsylvania Dairy Princesses and enjoy interactive, family-friendly learning stations, including activities centered around dairy nutrition, animal care, shopping locally, and more.

Make Milkshakes at Home!

Make delicious milkshakes right at home with recipes courtesy of our friends at Savor Recipes.