Ag Progress Days are in full swing at Penn State's Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center

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Ag Progress Days are in full swing at Penn State's Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center

A gallery highlighting some of the agricultural presentations, educational exhibits and traditional farm-fresh food at Penn State's 2014 Ag Progress Days.

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    Miniature horses were put through their paces on the first day of Penn State's Ag Progress Days 2014 at the Russell E. Larson Agricultural Center in Rock Springs, PA. Ag Progress Days, hosted by Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences, are being held Aug. 12 through 14.

    Image: Patrick Mansell
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    Antique tractors, like the 1949 Ford Model, are an annual favorite at Penn State's Ag Progress Days. Ag Progress days is Pennsylvania's largest outdoor agricultural exposition and continues Aug. 12 through 14 at Penn State's Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center in Rock Springs, PA.

    Image: Patrick Mansell
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    A demonstration showing how to make summer beef sausage was offered on Aug. 12 at Penn State's Ag Progress Days. Ag Progress Days is Pennsylvania's largest outdoor agricultural exposition and is held every summer at Penn State's Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center in Rock Springs, PA.

    Image: Patrick Mansell
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    Baby chicks warmed themselves under an incubator light at Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences building on day-one of Ag Progress Days 2014. Ag Progress Days, sponsored by Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences, displays a variety of livestock, farm machinery and agricultural research exhibits. The event will continue through Aug. 14 and the public is welcome.

    Image: Patrick Mansell
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    Matt Sullenberger, a graduate student at Penn State studying plant biology,  cooked up a vegetable stir-fry at the Pennsylvania Vegetable Growers booth on Aug. 12, day one of Penn State's Ag Progress Days 2014.

    Image: Patrick Mansell
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    A hay-wheel rake is one of many modern agricultural tools and machinery on display  at Penn State's Ag Progress Days. Agricultural equipment demonstrations and displays can be found throughout the Ag Progress Days grounds at Penn State's Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center Aug. 12 through !4.

    Image: Patrick Mansell
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    Carson Lehman, of Lancaster County, volunteered at the Pennsylvania Junior Guernsey Cow Breeders milkshake tent on Aug. 12 at Penn State's Ag Progress Days.  Ag Progress Days will continue through Aug. 14 at the Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center in Rock Springs, PA. Visit http://agsci.psu.edu/apd for more information.

    Image: Patrick Mansell
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    Several examples of cover-crop mixtures were on display on Aug. 12 during day-one of Ag Progress Days at Penn State's Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center. Demonstrations and exhibits highlighting new developments in crop and soil enhancement are on display at the three-day event happening Aug. 12 through Aug. 14.

    Image: Patrick Mansell
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    Sam Robinson, of Huntingdon County,  examined a deer tick under a microscope, at the Penn State Agricultural Sciences building, during day one of Ag Progress Days. Ag Progress Days continues Aug. 12 through Aug. 14 at Penn State's Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center in Rock Springs, PA. Visit http://agsci.psu.edu/apd for more information.

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