The Pennsylvania Farm Show unveiled its 2010 butter sculpture today at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg.

This year's sculpture is of a cow and a dairy farmer pouring a glass of milk at the breakfast table with his family. It is meant as a tribute to Pennsylvania dairy farm families.

The sculpture is made from about 1,000 pounds of butter, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.

The sculpture is the work of Jim Victor, of Montgomery County, who began making it in mid-December.

The department said 98 percent of the state's dairy farms are family owned.

The department's secretary, Russell Redding, was scheduled to unveil the sculpture along with representatives from the Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association and Pennsylvania Dairy Promotion Program.