Harrisburg, Dauphin County—It's that time of year again. The 96th Pennsylvania Farm Show is just two days away.
Thousands of people are expected to come out this week .
But with 10,000 exhibits, and 6,000 animals a lot of hard work goes into this eight day event.
Many of the people here have been coming for years , bringing their finest work to compete, while some simply bring their work for show.
And it wouldn't be the farm show without the 12 days of hard work that goes behind the famous butter sculpture.
The 1,000 pound sculpture depicting a 4-H member showing his prized calf at a county fair, paying tribute to the 100th anniversaries of the Pennsylvania 4-H and Pennsylvania State Association of County Fairs.
" It`s all the putting on of the butter and there`s a lot of butter to put on that`s not much fun but when you get to the detailed stuff that`s the most fun, " says Jim Victor, butter sculptor