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Penn Vet at the Pennsylvania Farm Show

Visit the Penn Vet booth at the 108th Pennsylvania Farm Show – held from Saturday, January 6 through Saturday January 13, 2024 – in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Whether you're interested in exploring veterinary career paths, navigating the vet school application process, or engaging with leading animal health experts, our booth has something for everyone. Stop by to learn more about Penn Vet’s clinical care services, areas of research, educational opportunities, and more. See our schedule of themed days and staffing below to plan your visit.  

Penn Vet’s 2024 PA Farm Show booth (#2210) is located in the GIANT Expo Hall and open daily from 9am to 6pm.

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Penn Vet’s 2024 PA Farm Show Schedule

  • January 6-7: Opening Weekend and Admissions – Connect with Penn Vet's Admissions team and current students.
  • January 8: Admissions and Students Day – Discover veterinary career opportunities and get tips on prepping for vet school with Penn Vet’s Admissions team.
  • January 9: Animal Health and Vet Professionals Day – Interact with clinical professionals and explore veterinary career paths.
  • January 10: Public Officials Day – Learn about Penn Vet's contributions to food safety, disease surveillance, and more.
  • January 11: Wildlife Futures Day – Explore Penn Vet's Wildlife Futures Program and its impact on Pennsylvania's wildlife.
  • January 12: All Penn Vet Day – Dive into the student experience, talk to alumni, and discover clinical care capabilities.
  • January 13: Closing Day – Don't miss your last chance to visit the 2024 PA Farm Show!

Agriculture Initiatives at Penn Vet

As Pennsylvania’s only veterinary school, Penn Vet has a responsibility in ensuring the health, sustainability, and viability of the Commonwealth’s leading industry: agriculture.

Learn more about how we support farmers, veterinarians, agricultural organizations, governmental agencies, and the broader health communities to safeguard against disease and optimize human, animal, and environmental health.