Viewfinder Boer goat

This Boer goat is leaning out of its pen at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020.

Like most past and upcoming events, 2021's Pennsylvania Farm Show will look a little different. 

It will all be virtual.

It kicks off Saturday, Jan. 9, and continues until Saturday, Jan. 16; each day is loaded with events ranging from informational seminars to recipe cook-alongs.

Here's how to follow along as it happens.

The Farm Show's Facebook and Instagram will post real-time updates as the show goes on. There will be 20 Instagram takeovers, where farmers will show the ins and outs of their productions.

The Farm Show's website has a separate webpage for each day that lists the itinerary and how to watch or take part. Some events require pre-registration, while others are open. 

A live beehive and duck pond cams will be live from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the Farm Show.

The show will also be streamed on the Pennsylvania Cable Network.

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