Section 13 – Grain/Seeds/Corn/Hay

Section 13 – Grain/Seeds/Corn/Hay2018-12-04T14:50:05+00:00

Chairman: Paul Hulshof (905-888-1093).

Before entering this Section, please refer to the General Rules as well as the Crop And Vegetable rules. Please note: Exhibits are to be placed in the General Exhibits Building on Tuesday, September 25th, 2018 between 12 noon – 8:30 p.m.

Additional Rules:

  1. Grain is to be brought in 10 kg.(22lb) samples.
  2. All sheaves are to be 13cm. to 18cm. (5 in. to 7 in.) in diameter.
  3. Grain to be from 2018 crop. Beans, shelled corn and small seeds may be from 2017 crop. All exhibits must be under 14% moisture.
  4. Grain must not be treated.
  5. Small seeds to be 7 kg. (15lbs.) samples.
  6. Hay samples to be a 18 cm. (7 in.) slice from a bale. Containers will be supplied by Fair Committee.

Prize Money – Classes #1-9:

1st – $15.00; 2nd – $12.00; 3rd – $10.00; 4th – $8.00;
5th – $6.00

  1. Winter Wheat
  2. Hard Spring Wheat
  3. Oats – any variety
  4. Barley 6 row
  5. Barley 2 row
  6. Soybeans
  7. Canola
  8. Red Clover
  9. White Beans

Reesor Seed & Grain Special:

$20.00 – Grand Champions:

Winter Wheat, Spring Wheat, Soybeans.

Championship Ribbon Classes 1-9

Prize Money – Classes #10-12:

1st – $15.00; 2nd – $12.00; 3rd – $10.00; 4th – $8.00;
5th – $6.00

  1. Wheat sheaf
  2. Oat sheaf
  3. Barley sheaf

Prize Money – Classes #13-28:

1st – $10.00; 2nd – $9.00; 3rd – $8.00; 4th – $7.00;
5th – $6.00

  1. 1st cut hay 75% or more alfalfa
  2. 1st cut hay 75% or more any other legume.
  3. 1st cut hay 75% or more any grass.
  4. 1st cut hay 50% legume 50% any grass.
  5. 2nd cut hay 75% or more legume.
  6. 2nd cut hay 75% or more any grass.

 

Championship Ribbon Classes 19-21

  1. Shelled corn.
  2. Grain corn 10 ears.
  3. Ensilage corn 10 stalks.

Corn Special: St. Lawrence Grains

$75.00 voucher to exhibitor scoring highest number of points in Classes #19-21. (Exhibitor must exhibit in each of Classes #19, #20 and #21 to win).

Points awarded as follows:

1st place: 5 points; 2nd place: 4 points;

3rd place: 3 points; 4th place: 2 points; 5th place: 1 point

  1. Haylage 1 bushel
  2. Corn silage 1 bushel, cured at least 1 week
  3. Baleage 1 bushel. 1st cut
  4. Baleage 1 bushel. 2nd cut

4-H CLASSES (#26-28):
Must be exhibitor of 4-H Club

  1. Grain Corn – 10 cobs
  2. Oats or Barley
  3. 1st cut Hay

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2 Comments

  1. my special friend has been waiting to submit his giant sunflower plants-what category? September 7, 2011 at 4:58 pm - Reply

    He is very focused on the whole experience but sure could use some guidance from those in the know? his sunflowers are huge!!

    • Anonymous September 7, 2011 at 8:31 pm - Reply

      Look at Section 15, class 42. Look forward to seeing his entries. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Chairperson of the “Roots and Vegetables” Committee.

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