With the addition of a toy exhibit area and the expansion into an additional building, the Keystone Farm Show is cementing its status as being the largest farm equipment and service provider trade show in Pennsylvania.
The show, now entering its 18th year, is the first farm show of the year and has the largest number of agriculture exhibitors on the East Coast.
In addition to being the first farm show of the year in Pennsylvania, Keystone will now be one of the first shows of the year featuring farm toys. The area will be located inside the Expansion Building (#9), among the traditional commercial exhibitors. There will be 20-30 tables available this year for people to swap, shop, and showcase their farm toys both new and old.
“We feel that there’s a niche to fill for both collectors and traders,” Show Manager Ken Maring said. “We want to appeal to everyone.”
With 400 exhibitors spread out into nine buildings, there will be something for everyone who attends.
“It will be the biggest show we put on this year,” said Bruce Button, General Manager of Lee Publications, “The buildings are packed. There’s going to be a lot of see.”
Along with the new additions to the show, Keystone Farm Show will also have their traditional events like its annual Pesticide Recertification Class. This popular class is held in partnership with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.
For more information about the show, keep an eye out for the show program insert in your Country Folks or visit keystonefarmshow.com .
Keystone Farm Show is produced by Lee Trade Shows, a division of Lee Publications Inc. The show will be held Jan. 5-7, 2016 on the York Fairgrounds in York, PA.