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The purpose of Horse Progress Days is to bring together in one place the latest newly manufactured horse drawn farming equipment, showing the latest inventions and innovations built into it as well as various hitching techniques. There will be educational seminars and clinics for those who want to learn more about horse farming and for those just getting started. The hope is that you will be able to broaden your knowledge by watching the field demonstrations of tillage, haymaking, produce farming, logging, and more as you observe equipment being pulled by one, two, four, six, and up to twelve horses.
Bring the whole family to this event; there is truly “Something for Everyone”. Please check back for additional information as it becomes available.
Admission to the 2016 Horse Progress Days will be $10.00 per day. Children 12 and under are free when attending with an adult.
July 1st & 2nd, 2016
DAILY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Field demonstrations showcase good horses and the latest horse drawn equipment — the essence of Horse Progress Days.
Opening Presentation (You don’t want to miss this.) 8:00 a.m
Field Demonstrations 9:00 a.m
Field demonstrations traditionally begin with manure spreaders to be
followed by plows and all tillage equipment.
Produce Demonstrations 9:00 a.m
Plows and tillage, roto tillage, transplanting, cultivators, sprayers, no-till
cultivators, sprayers, no-till pumpkins, mulch lifter, irrigation and more
Lunch Break & International Presentation noon
Hear from some of our international guests and some of the organizations that work with Horse Progress Days to make an impact around the world.
Hay Demonstration 1:00 p.m.
Hay demonstrations traditionally begin with mowers from small to large, to be followed by rakes and balers, bale movers and wrappers.
Auction 4:00 p.m. Friday
Parade of Breeds 6:00 p.m. Friday • 5:00 p.m. Saturday
SEMINARS AND SPECIALTY AREAS
Seminars will take place throughout the day in the seminar area, the round pen, and the produce area.
Lavern D. Miller
Devon O. Miller
John Paul Kauffman
Vernon P. Miller
Gerald Miller - Local
Mark Oliver - National
1006 Log Cabin Road
Leola, PA 17540