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David Tuttle - Chairman
 
Rules & Regulations for Department

1. An exhibit shall consist of 1 or 10 ears as the class requires and must
    have been grown by the exhibitor during the current crop year.
2. Exhibitors may enter in as many classes or divisions of a class as they
    wish, but no exhibitor shall make more than one entry in a single class
    or division of a class.
    Enter exhibits Monday 4-8 PM and Tuesday 4-8 PM.
3. All Exhibits removed at 8:30 p.m. Saturday from Agricultural building.
4. In selecting exhibits, use the following guidelines.
   a. The corn must have the characteristics of the specified variety.
   b. Uniformity (shape, length of ear, type of kernel).
   c. Freedom of foreign material (dirt, weeds).
   d. Untreated.
   e. No evidence of disease or insect damage.
   f. Small grains will be exhibited in approximately 3 quart containers.

 
GRAIN AND SEED CROPS
 
Section 101 Corn - Hybrid - Yellow - Field Corn (10 ears each) $ 3.50 $ 3.00 $ 2.50 $ 2.00
Class 1. Gromark        
2. Asgrow        
3. Cargill        
4. DeKalb        
5. Doeblers        
6. Eastland        
7. Hubner        
8. NK        
9. Pioneer        
10. Miscellaneous (specify variety)        

Grand Champion Ribbon for corn will be awarded. In addition, a $25.00 Gift Certificate will be given by TIMAC USA, Inc. for the purchase of fertilizer, agricultural chemicals or application charges of the same.

Reserve Grand Champion Ribbon for corn will be awarded. In addition, a $20.00 Gift Certificate will be given by TIMAC USA, Inc. for the purchase of fertilizer.

Section 102 Corn - Open Pollinated (10 ears each) $ 3.50 $ 3.00 $ 2.50 $ 2.00
Class 1. Field Corn - Red        
2. Indian Corn - Colored        
3. Miniature Indian Corn        
Section 103 Popcorn (10 ears each) $ 3.50 $ 3.00 $ 2.50 $ 2.00
Class 1. White        
2. Yellow        
3. Red        
4. Miniature Indian        
5. Blue Cuties        
6. Pink Cuties        
Section 104 Corn - Exhibit of 30 ears - Hybrid $ 6.00 $ 4.00 $ 3.00 $ 2.00
Section 105 Best Single Ear $ 2.00 $ 1.50 $ 1.00  
Class 1. Hybrid        
2. Open Pollinated        
Section 110 Corn Field Stalks        
Class 1. 6 Stalks $ 3.50 $ 3.00 $ 2.50  
2. Tallest Single $ 2.00 $ 1.50 $ 1.00  
Section 120 Grain Sunflowers $ 3.50 $ 3.00 $ 2.50  
Class 1. Largest        
2. Nicest - Dry        
3. Nicest - Fresh        
4. Tallest Stalk (measured from ground level, no roots)        
Section 130 Oats (Minimum 2 Qts.) $ 2.50 $ 2.00 $ 1.75  
Class 1. Armor        
2. Hercules        
3. Newdak        
4. Noble        
5. Ogle        
6. Porter        
7. Miscellaneous        
Section 131 Wheat (Minimum 2 Qts.) $ 2.50 $ 2.00 $ 1.75  
Class 1. Dynasty        
2. Elkhart        
3. Freedom        
4. Hoffman        
5. Madison        
6. Pennmore        
7. Pioneer        
8. Sawyer        
9. Miscellaneous        
Section 132 Winter Barley (Minimum 2 Qts.) $ 2.50 $ 2.00 $ 1.75  
Class 1. Barsoy        
2. Nomini        
3. Pennbar 66        
4. Pennco        
5. Miscellaneous        
Section 133 Miscellaneous Grains (Minimum 2 Qts.) $ 2.00 $ 1.50 $ 1.00  
Class 1. Alfalfa Seed        
2. Buckwheet        
3. Red Clover Seed        
4. Rye        
5. Soybeans        
6. Timothy Seed        
7. Dry Shelled Corn        
8. Sunflower Seeds        
9. Spelt        
10. Canola        
Section 134 Grains in Heads - any grain tied $ 2.00 $ 1.00 $  .50  
Class 1. Barley        
2. Broom Corn        
3. Oats        
4. Rye        
5. Sorghum (Milo)        
6. Wheat        
Section 135 Soybeans - 6 Stalks $ 2.00 $ 1.00 $  .50  
Section 136 Miscellaneous Not Listed Elsewhere $ 2.00 $ 1.00 $  .50  

Grand Champion Ribbon for barley, oats and wheat will be awarded. In addition, a $25.00 Gift Certificate for each will be given by F.M. Brown's Sons, Inc. for the purchase of feed, seeds or tack.

HAY AND STRAW

Exhibit shall consist of a bale section approximately 8" thick.

Section 201 Hay $ 4.00 $ 3.00 $ 2.00  
Class 1. Alfalfa grass mixed - first cutting. From 10% to 50% of grasses.        
2. Alfalfa grass mixed - later cuttings. From 10% to 50% of grasses.        
3. Other legumes or legume mixtures. Not over 50% of grasses.        
4. Grass - first cutting. Mixtures of timothy and/or other grasses and containing not more than 10% legumes.        
5. Grass - second cutting. Mixtures of timothy and/or other grasses and containing not more than 10% legumes.        
6. Mixed hay - any mixture not classified in the previous classes but which contains 50% or more singly or in combination of alfalfa, timothy, clover and grasses.        
7. Summer, annual grasses, Sudan grass, Sorghum, Sudan, hybrids, etc.        
8. Alfalfa - first cutting. Not over 10% of grasses.        
9. Alfalfa - later cutting. Not over 10% of grasses.        
10. Clover - with not over 20% of timothy or other grasses.        
11. Clover-timothy mixed - a mixture of clover and timothy.        
Section 220 Straw $ 4.00 $ 3.00 $ 2.00  
Class 1. Barley Straw        
2. Oats Straw        
3. Rye Straw        
4. Speltz Straw        
5. Wheat Straw        

Grand Champion Ribbon for hay will be awarded. In addition, a $25.00 Gift Certificate will be given by Oley Valley Feed, Inc.

Reserve Grand Champion Ribbon for hay will be awarded. In addition, a $25.00 Gift Certificate will be given by Oley Valley Feed, Inc.

SILAGE

Crop must be named. Exhibits shall consist of 10 pounds of silage. Transparent plastic bags are excellent containers for transporting or showing samples.

Section 301 Silage $ 4.00 $ 3.00 $ 2.00  
Class 1. Perennial crops - direct cut (green chop).        
2. Perennial crops - wilted or low moisture, with or without preservatives.        
3. Annuals other than corn - direct cut (green chop).        
4. Annuals other than corn - wilted or low moisture, with or without preservatives.        
5. Corn silage.        
6. High moisture ground ear corn.        
7. High moisture ground shelled corn.