Farm Toy Show and Auction supports FFA and agriculture

A resident of Syracuse, returning vendor Tom Barnard presented a selection of tractors for sale from his personal collection at the FFA Farm Toy Show and Auction. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

PINE PLAINS — Regardless of their ties to the school district or the agricultural community, the Pine Plains FFA received tons of support from residents from around the region at its 28th Annual FFA Farm Toy Show and Auction on Saturday, March 16.

That morning, the Stissing Mountain High School gymnasium opened its doors to spectators. According to Pine Plains Ag Advisory Board member Bruce Percocella, more than 200 people paid to attend the show, many of whom were accompanied by young children. 

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