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The Keystone Farm Show, a trade show for the agricultural industry, marks 23rd year

Paul Kuehnel
York Daily Record

The 23rd Keystone Farm Show, a trade show for people in the agricultural industry, runs until Thursday at the York Expo Center in York.

In its first year, the annual show attracted 88 vendors and didn't fill Memorial Hall, according to Bruce Button, vice president and general manager of the show. Last January, the show filled 10 buildings and attracted 500 vendors, he said.

Heading into a challenging year, this year's show is in four buildings, with outdoor displays, totaling 350 exhibitors.

Visitors look over heavy equipment at the Keystone Farm Show, a farming trade show that runs through Thursday at the York Expo Center.

The show is different from the Pennsylvania Farm Show, opening virtually Jan. 9-16, in that it is heavy on equipment and agricultural technology rather than family friendly fun and food.

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The show continues at the York Expo Center on Carlisle Avenue Tuesday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

A mannequin wears a mask and an LED light at an outside display mostly covered due to a light rain falling on Tuesday. The show concludes Thursday at the York Expo Center.