Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture The department promotes the viability of farms, protects consumers, and safeguards the health of people, plants, animals and the environment.

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture is committed to a sustainable and safe supply of food and agricultural products in the commonwealth – from the farm to the table – and to being good stewards of the land and Pennsylvania’s natural resources. If you are looking for more information about the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, please visit agriculture.pa.gov Facebook Comment Policy: We encourage the public to comment on this page and welcome all viewpoints. Comments should remain relevant to the topic at hand and participants must treat each other with respect. We review the comments posted to our page on a regular basis and reserve the right to delete comments that contain the following: • Profane and/or vulgar content; • Sexually suggestive or harassing content; • Obscene content; • Nudity in a participant’s profile picture; • Threats of physical or bodily harm; • Defamatory statements; • Disparaging language or hate speech targeting an individual’s race, color, religious creed, ancestry, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, AIDS or HIV status, or disability; • Commercial content promoting or soliciting service or products; • Content promoting political organizations; • Name-calling and/or personal attacks; • Spam, such as the same comment posted repeatedly; • Personally identifying, sensitive and/or private information; • Language or content suggesting or encouraging illegal activity; • Information that could reasonably compromise public safety; and • Other content that the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture deems inappropriate. We monitor this page but are not responsible for content generated by users. Comments and content posted on this page may be subject to public disclosure. Communications posted on this page will not be construed as satisfying requirements for legal notice or service, shall not be considered official public comment, and shall not be construed as an official request for records pursuant to the Right-to-Know Law. We reserve the right to modify this policy at any time. Continued use of this page following the posting of any modification signifies acceptance of such modification. Read the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s full Social Media Policy: http://on.pa.gov/social-media-policy.

Mission: The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture is committed to a sustainable and safe supply of food and agricultural products in the commonwealth – from the farm to the table – and to being good stewards of the land and Pennsylvania’s natural resources. The department promotes the viability of farms, protects consumers, and safeguards the health of people, plants, animals and the environment.

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Fighting food insecurity in Pennsylvania is a complex and unrelenting undertaking. #PAPreferred member Tröegs Independen...
11/04/2020

Fighting food insecurity in Pennsylvania is a complex and unrelenting undertaking. #PAPreferred member Tröegs Independent Brewing and PA Eats have teamed up to empower Pennsylvania’s food-insecure, to help them cook fresh, healthy and affordable meals. 🤝

Feeding Pennsylvania helps member food banks across PA secure food and other resources they need to reduce hunger in our state. With over 2,700 PA food pantries actively distributing food, there’s a crucial need for educational resources that can be used to teach food pantry clients how to create nourishing meals with the food they receive.

Thanks to a generous $5,000 donation from the Hershey-based Brewing company, PA Eats will further their work with Feeding Pennsylvania to stock food pantries. They will also collaborate with chefs from the Tröegs Scratch Kitchen on recipes and videos as part of their Nourish PA series. 🍽️ These accessible educational resources aim to support and empower everyone who is taking home ingredients from local food pantries by providing healthy, simple and affordable recipes.

It’s exciting to see like-minded folks connecting and collaborating as we simultaneously celebrate PA food culture, amplify the stories of artisans and makers, and tackle food insecurity. 👨‍👨‍👦

Are you running into issues at the polls?👇 Here's what to do 👇
11/03/2020

Are you running into issues at the polls?

👇 Here's what to do 👇

Report polling place and drop-off location issues to your county election office:

💻 Online - votesPA.com/county
📞 Call - 1-877-868-3772
⚠️ File a complaint - https://pavoterservices.pa.gov/Pages/ReportElectionComplaints.aspx

#ElectionDay #votesPA

It's election day, sure. But it's also #NationalSandwichDay! A lot of important decisions will be made today, least of w...
11/03/2020

It's election day, sure. But it's also #NationalSandwichDay! A lot of important decisions will be made today, least of which is this:

Which sandwich rules Pennsylvania?

Here are our initial thoughts:
🧀 Philly Cheesesteak (whiz wit)
🦃 Turkey Devonshire
🥪 Lebanon Bologna
🌭 Hot Dog (Governor Tom Wolf, this one's for you)

What say you, PA?

Today's the day! Make your voice heard. Keep an eye on Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and PA Department of State for elect...
11/03/2020

Today's the day! Make your voice heard.

Keep an eye on Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and PA Department of State for election news and tips if you run into trouble.

Happy voting, PA!

It's Election Day, Pennsylvania voters! Today is your last day to cast your vote in the general election.

🗳 If you're heading to the polls, look up your polling place and learn how to stay safe: on.pa.gov/AtThePolls.

Tomorrow's the big day!
11/02/2020

Tomorrow's the big day!

Tomorrow is Election Day in Pennsylvania and the last day to cast your vote.

If you voted early, you did your part in the general election. 🇺🇸

If you still haven't returned your mail ballot or plan to vote at the polls tomorrow, make a plan now: VotesPA.com.

If you still have your mail ballot, now is the time to take action:

1️⃣ Mark your ballot, seal it in both envelopes, and sign it.

2️⃣ Find and hand-deliver your voted ballot to your county-designated location ASAP: VotesPA.com/ReturnBallot.

If you plan to vote at the polls, they will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on November 3:

1️⃣ Learn about voting at the polls: on.pa.gov/AtThePolls.
2️⃣ Find your polling place: VotesPA.com/Polls.

If you signed up to vote by mail ballot and changed your mind OR lost your mail ballot, you can still vote.

ℹ️ Learn more about your mail ballot voting options: VotesPA.com/MailBallot.

Make it a good one, PA#MondayMotivation
11/02/2020

Make it a good one, PA

#MondayMotivation

4 million pounds!That’s how much food has been contributed to fight hunger in PA through the Pennsylvania Agricultural S...
10/29/2020

4 million pounds!

That’s how much food has been contributed to fight hunger in PA through the Pennsylvania Agricultural Surplus System in 2020.

Today at Warrington Farm Meats, Secretary Russell Redding joined Feeding Pennsylvania to commend Warrington and 30 other PA farms who are putting community first and showing their commitment to ending hunger in PA. Warrington Farms is one of 30 Pennsylvania farms currently under contract with Feeding Pennsylvania for the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act-funded Pennsylvania Agricultural Surplus System (PASS), which acquires surplus agricultural products from Pennsylvania producers to be funneled through the charitable food system to families in need.

Read more: http://bit.ly/PASS102920

Support Pennsylvania farmers and producers. Taste the freshness of locally produced Pennsylvania Agriculture. Fresh is b...
10/29/2020

Support Pennsylvania farmers and producers. Taste the freshness of locally produced Pennsylvania Agriculture.

Fresh is best! Make the conscious decision to support local farms. Food is its healthiest when you purchase products in their peak season directly from local farmers.

Buy #PAPreferred.

With hunting season underway in PA, now’s the perfect time to review best management practices to help protect hunters a...
10/28/2020

With hunting season underway in PA, now’s the perfect time to review best management practices to help protect hunters and their families against Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD).

Click through for some tips to keep everyone safe!

Read more: http://bit.ly/PDAcwdRelease

There are over 7,000 acres of pumpkin patches in PA! Makes it a little bit easier to pick the perfect pumpkin. Especiall...
10/26/2020

There are over 7,000 acres of pumpkin patches in PA! Makes it a little bit easier to pick the perfect pumpkin. Especially if you’re persnickety about the pumpkins in your pumpkin patch.

🎃 It’s #PumpkinDay! Whether you’re up for some last-minute carving or looking for the perfect sugar pumpkin for making pie, now’s the time to choose local and hit the patches!

🍎 Do you know what gleaning is?🍏 Gleaning is a centuries-old concept where growers would leave excess food in their fiel...
10/24/2020

🍎 Do you know what gleaning is?

🍏 Gleaning is a centuries-old concept where growers would leave excess food in their fields for the poor to pick up to feed their families for free for the labor of harvesting the produce.

🍎 In today’s times, groups like Project SHARE of Carlisle PA organize volunteer opportunities to collect excess, unsaleable, but still perfectly good field crops, market leftovers, and the last planting that farmers do not pick or cannot sell.

🍏 Whether it’s tomatoes, corn, or apples the produce is donated to the charitable food system to be enjoyed by those who wouldn’t otherwise have the opportunity.

🍎 So far this year, Project SHARE has gleaned more than 134,000 pounds of local food from farmers. Previous years have averaged around 90,000 pounds, making 2020 a record year for Project SHARE.

Is there a more splendid regional food than bologna? Give us some bread and a squirt of mustard, and we think not.But we...
10/24/2020

Is there a more splendid regional food than bologna? Give us some bread and a squirt of mustard, and we think not.

But we have to ask: fried or cold?

#NationalBolognaDay

We’re in the middle of spooky season! The weather’s (generally) getting colder, and scary stories are being told around ...
10/23/2020

We’re in the middle of spooky season! The weather’s (generally) getting colder, and scary stories are being told around the fire… Do you need some inspiration?

There once was a man who lived in the middle of the woods. Every day, he walked his property – wary of trespassers ruining his land. He walked amongst the trees, scaring off any hikers who dared tread on his property. From Summer, to fall, to winter, he kept watch. Then one beautiful spring morning, he woke, put on his boots, and stepped out to do his rounds – ONLY TO BE OVERRUN BY SWARMS OF THE #SPOTTEDLANTERNFLY! Little did he know, the intruders were there all along, hiding in egg masses he never knew to scrape. DUN DUN DUN.

(Watch out for egg masses while doing the rounds on YOUR property – each one you scrape could mean 30-50 fewer lanternflies come spring!)

Learn more: http://bit.ly/BadBugPA

📰 Hot off the press: Pennsylvania has the highest percentage of young farmers in the NATION!According to U.S. Department...
10/22/2020

📰 Hot off the press: Pennsylvania has the highest percentage of young farmers in the NATION!

According to U.S. Department of Agriculture, Pennsylvania has 12,598 young producers (under age 35), accounting for 14% of the commonwealth's 90,500 farmers. This is the highest percentage of young farmers for any state in the nation!

And, Lancaster County has the most young producers per county in the nation, with 2,432 producers.

Learn more: https://bit.ly/34kWCs7

#PAProud

We’ve learned to be thankful for those who keep us safely fed over the last year. If you’ve ever spent time in a hospita...
10/22/2020

We’ve learned to be thankful for those who keep us safely fed over the last year. If you’ve ever spent time in a hospital, you know what a simple pleasure a good meal can be. It’s #HealthcareFoodserviceWorkersWeek, and there’s no better time to thank the people providing that comfort and safety in a stressful place.

Thank you to all of Pennsylvania’s Healthcare Foodservice Workers!

This #AppleDay, don’t worry about keeping the doctor away. Grab a local apple (they’re grown in all 67 counties!), take ...
10/21/2020

This #AppleDay, don’t worry about keeping the doctor away. Grab a local apple (they’re grown in all 67 counties!), take a bite, and focus on keeping your local orchard thriving!

What new recipes have you learned this year?It’s International #ChefDay! We don’t know about you, but we’ve become quite...
10/20/2020

What new recipes have you learned this year?

It’s International #ChefDay! We don’t know about you, but we’ve become quite handy in the kitchen during social distancing, thanks in no small part to the cultural cornucopia Pennsylvanians are surrounded by. From homemade pierogis to sushi with local veggies, baked apples to a rustic tarte aux pommes. It’s a great time to be cooking!

A handful of pets around the nation, including one in Pennsylvania, have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Whether you’ve go...
10/20/2020

A handful of pets around the nation, including one in Pennsylvania, have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

Whether you’ve got a cold, the flu, or COVID-19, it’s important to take steps to keep your animal companions safe. Symptoms of COVID-19 in pets include fever, coughing, difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, lethargy, sneezing, nose or eye discharge, vomiting, or diarrhea. If your pet exhibits symptoms after contact with a person positive for COVID-19, contact your private veterinarian.

Read more: https://bit.ly/2Hk8Lon

It’s #NationalForestProductsWeek! Did you know that Pennsylvania’s forests grow some of the most valuable hardwoods in t...
10/20/2020

It’s #NationalForestProductsWeek! Did you know that Pennsylvania’s forests grow some of the most valuable hardwoods in the world?

PA leads the nation in volume of hardwood growing stock, production of hardwood lumber, and export of hardwood lumber and wood products.

This week celebrates the essential role our #PAPreferred forest producers play in our environment and economy. We recognize their commitment to conservation practices and good stewardship that provides us with forest products every day.

Hey you! This is it! You have until MIDNIGHT TONIGHT to register to vote! Don’t miss out. 👇Details below👇
10/19/2020

Hey you! This is it! You have until MIDNIGHT TONIGHT to register to vote! Don’t miss out.

👇Details below👇

Do you want to vote on November 3? TODAY is the last day to register to vote. PA voters applying online have until 11:59 pm: register.votesPA.com #votesPA #ReadyToVotePA #TrustedInfo2020

Have you hugged a cow today?The Dutch call it “koe knuffelen,” but we call it a cure for the Mondays. Like any therapy a...
10/19/2020

Have you hugged a cow today?

The Dutch call it “koe knuffelen,” but we call it a cure for the Mondays. Like any therapy animal, cuddling a cow can boost oxytocin in humans. But their warm body temperature and slow heartbeat lead towards an especially calming experience.

Are there any farms offering cow hugging in PA? We want to know!

🐮 Read more about the practice: http://bit.ly/CowHugging

🌏 Happy #WorldFoodDay, PA! 🍎Did you know that some of the same Pennsylvania foods you enjoy every day are enjoyed by peo...
10/16/2020

🌏 Happy #WorldFoodDay, PA! 🍎

Did you know that some of the same Pennsylvania foods you enjoy every day are enjoyed by people around the world? From eggs to beer, Pennsylvania is known for the quality of its food!

But just like other parts of the world, there are folks in Pennsylvania who don’t have easy access to food. If you NEED help, or if you want to GIVE help, check out our Food Security page for more information!

No one deserves to go hungry: http://agriculture.pa.gov/FoodSecurity

⚠ DEADLINE: October 15 ⚠The deadline to complete your census survey is now THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15. Responding online is ea...
10/14/2020
Be Counted, be Heard: Complete the U.S. Census

⚠ DEADLINE: October 15 ⚠

The deadline to complete your census survey is now THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15. Responding online is easy and only takes a few minutes. Simply go to my2020census.gov to complete the survey. Or complete the survey by phone at 1-844-330-2020.

The U.S. Census not only determines your representation in Congress, it gives government policy-makers at all levels and private sector decision-makers the information they need to build your local economy, create jobs and improve infrastructure.

Make your voice heard! Respond right now!

Op-Ed, Russell Redding, Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture

They care for the land, and care for their livestock. They care for our food. From sunup, to sundown...rain, snow or shi...
10/12/2020

They care for the land, and care for their livestock. They care for our food. From sunup, to sundown...rain, snow or shine. Pennsylvania farmers work hard every day to provide for our state and our nation. 🌾

#NationalFarmersDay #ThankAFarmer

#NationalPorkMonth makes October the best-tasting month of the year. Pork is easy to cook, has many healthy options, and...
10/09/2020

#NationalPorkMonth makes October the best-tasting month of the year. Pork is easy to cook, has many healthy options, and is full of flavor. 🥓

Pull out your slow-cooker and #PAPreferred ingredients and give this recipe a try: Pickleback Pulled Pork Sliders.

What you’ll need:
6 pounds PA pork butt, 3 cloves garlic, minced, 2 tablespoons kosher salt, 1 teaspoon mustard seeds, 1 teaspoon black pepper, 1 (24-ounce) jar sliced PA dill pickles, 1/2 cup PA whiskey, Whole-grain mustard, for serving, and Martin’s Slider Potato Rolls, for serving.

Method:
Coat pork butt with garlic, salt, mustard seeds and pepper and then place in slow cooker. Pour pickle juice (reserve pickles for serving) and whiskey over pork, cover, and cook on high for 6 hours, until pork shreds easily with fork. 🍴

Shred pork with fork and keep warm in slow cooker with cooking liquid until ready to serve.

To serve, spread mustard on both sides of potato rolls and top with pulled pork and reserved pickle slices.

Savory, tender and tasty. 🔥

Recipe by PA Eats.

589,109 acres of farmland on 5,781 farms will stay that way forever.25 farms in 17 counties devoted 2,224 aces of farmla...
10/08/2020

589,109 acres of farmland on 5,781 farms will stay that way forever.

25 farms in 17 counties devoted 2,224 aces of farmland towards that staggering number today. What does that mean for you?

🌅 Beautiful views, forever.
🌽 Food production, forever.
👩‍🌾 A way of life, preserved forever.

More: http://bit.ly/FarmlandOct2020

What's for dinner tonight?PA is nothing if not a tapestry of our heritage – a story that can be best told through food. ...
10/08/2020

What's for dinner tonight?

PA is nothing if not a tapestry of our heritage – a story that can be best told through food. This #PierogiDay, you can honor PA’s Central and Eastern-European roots while supporting local businesses. Check for the ✔ when you buy!

#PAPreferred

Have you met Lucky yet!?She's your run-of-the-mill dog — she loves swimming, playing frisbee, and... sniffing out the #S...
10/07/2020

Have you met Lucky yet!?

She's your run-of-the-mill dog — she loves swimming, playing frisbee, and... sniffing out the #SpottedLanternfly? Trained by Penn Vet, Lucky is the new secret weapon in the fight to stop the spread of SLF.

Read more: http://bit.ly/MeetLuckyPDA

Pennsylvania Department of Health
10/06/2020

Pennsylvania Department of Health

Today Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine amended existing COVID-19 orders to allow for adjusted capacity to gathering limits while keeping in place the proven mitigation tools that include wearing masks and maintaining social distancing. Read more: https://bit.ly/2GuPIHv

October is #PAWineMonth. We heard that it pairs well with #NationalCheeseMonth. 🍷  Explore the deliciousness of what thi...
10/02/2020

October is #PAWineMonth. We heard that it pairs well with #NationalCheeseMonth. 🍷

Explore the deliciousness of what this iconic duo has to offer with some of the best #PAPreferred wines and cheeses.

🍇 Pennsylvania has a long legacy of winemaking. More than 330 years ago, William Penn planted a vineyard in what is now Fairmount Park in Philadelphia. From that vineyard, grew an industry, now home to nearly 300 wineries and 14,000+ acres of vineyards producing more than 2 million gallons of wine annually.

It doesn’t get any cheddar than this. 🧀

Without our animals, PA agriculture would look a lot different. How many animals does Pennsylvania boast? As of 2017…🐄 1...
10/02/2020

Without our animals, PA agriculture would look a lot different. How many animals does Pennsylvania boast? As of 2017…

🐄 1,621,303 Milk Cows
🐖 4,953,155 Pigs and Hogs
🐑 94,370 Sheep and Lambs
🐐 52,613 Goats
🐎 88,343 Horses and Ponies
🐔 26,317,523 Chickens (layers)
🐝 28,169 Colonies of Bees
🦌 10,814 Deer (in captivity)
🦙 6,517 Alpacas

…and we ❤ them all! Happy World #FarmAnimalsDay!

Meet Okashi! He’s not a Pennsylvania pup, but it doesn’t make him less adorable. Okashi showed up in East Earl Township ...
09/30/2020

Meet Okashi! He’s not a Pennsylvania pup, but it doesn’t make him less adorable. Okashi showed up in East Earl Township without a collar or tags. Warden Travis Hess was able to rescue this lost goodboy and track his microchip to a home in New Jersey! It’s the work and compassion of folks like Warden Hess that helps reunite families.

Make sure your pup is #LovedAndLicensed in case they go wandering too far from home!

License Info: http://bit.ly/DogsPA

#PAPreferred partner Caputo Brothers Creamery gambled on purchasing a herd of 28 water buffaloes —prized around the worl...
09/29/2020

#PAPreferred partner Caputo Brothers Creamery gambled on purchasing a herd of 28 water buffaloes —prized around the world for the richness and quality of their milk — and partnered with Pennsylvania dairy farmers, brothers Brad and Larry Boyer of Adams County, to raise and milk the water buffaloes to create delicious mozzarella cheese. 🧀

Like many producers and farmers across the commonwealth, Caputo Brothers and the Boyers both faced the pressures of an already shrinking market and vulnerable supply chain being further disrupted by COVID-19.

Looking to add value and diversify, the project began this summer when the Boyers welcomed the massive beasts with curlicue horns at the end of June. 🐃🌾


Caputo Brothers Creamery cheese is available for purchase online at https://caputobrotherscreamery.com/ and at GIANT Food Stores, Martin’s Food Markets, or GIANT Heirloom Markets. 🛒

Last call! Relief funding for Pennsylvania dairy, part of the CARES Act Dairy Indemnity Program, is still available, but...
09/28/2020

Last call! Relief funding for Pennsylvania dairy, part of the CARES Act Dairy Indemnity Program, is still available, but the deadline is SEPTEMBER 30! You’re encouraged to apply if you’ve experienced losses since March 6, 2020 and are:

🔵 A dairy farmer that experienced financial losses due to discarded or displaced milk and has not previously applied
🔵 A dairy farmer who was assessed a fee by their
cooperative for discarded milk and has not previously applied
🔵 A dairy farmer who previously applied in the above categories, but only applied for $1,500 in losses or has incurred additional losses since their first application
🔵 A cooperative that experienced a loss due to discarded milk on behalf of their member-producers and who have not yet assessed their member-producers for these losses; such cooperatives may be eligible for reimbursement for those losses if funding is still available after all other claims have been paid

More Info: http://bit.ly/DairyCARESInfo
Apply Now http://bit.ly/DairyCARESApply

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Pennsylvania: - Grows Safe, Nutritious and Affordable Food for Pennsylvania and the World - Preserves Farmland and Conserves Natural Resources for Future Generations - Improves Water and Air Quality through Nutrient Management - Maximizes Technology and Innovation to Grow the Economy - Educates People to be Life-long Learners

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:00
Thursday 08:00 - 16:00
Friday 08:00 - 16:00

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(717) 787-4737

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The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture is committed to a sustainable and safe supply of food and agricultural products in the commonwealth – from the farm to the table – and to being good stewards of the land and Pennsylvania’s natural resources. The department promotes the viability of farms, protects consumers, and safeguards the health of people, plants, animals and the environment. If you are looking for more information about the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, please visit agriculture.pa.gov

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