A dizzying fall from grace is in store for the Pennsylvania Farm Show's famed butter sculpture.
Thousands of people have snapped pictures of the refrigerated sculpture, which depicts a boy leading his prize-winning calf through a county fair.
Next week, however, a Juniata County farmer will unceremoniously dump it into a manure pit.
That's because he's turning the sculpture into methane gas. One thousand pounds of butter, it turns out, creates enough energy to power a farm for three days.
Read more on the SateImpact Pennsylvania website.