Every year, Pennsylvania hosts the largest indoor agricultural exposition in the nation, at nearly 6,000 animals, 10,000 competitive exhibits, and 300 commercial exhibits. This year’s event began on January 7 and lasts through January 14, and is the 101st edition.

Clearly, Pennsylvania’s agriculture industry goes big when it comes to its expo. That includes its exhibits, which this year featured a sculpture made using over 1,000 pounds of butter. The massive carving highlights the history of environmental stewardship by dairy farmers, according to Mashable.

You can see Mashable’s video detailing the butter sculpture below.