Class G/C - Grain and Corn


Open to Kindergarten to Grade 8 based on your grade as of June 1, 2008


 PRIZES:
Class G/C: First Second  Third  Fourth 
Section 1-9  $2.00  $1.50  $1.00  $.50 

Section:
  1. Indian corn, 3 cobs with husks attached
  2. Corn, suitable for grain, 5 ears with husks removed
  3. Corn, for ensilage purposes, sheaf of 6 stalks with ears attached
  4. Corn, longest ear
  5. Tallest stalk of corn
  6. Sunflower, largest head, no more than 1 foot of stalk
  7. 500 ml container or a 1 pint jar FULL of dry shelled corn
  8. 500 ml container or a 1 pint jar FULL of soybeans
  9. 500 ml container of a healthy cereal. Identify what grains are in the cereal

       
      

Class V/F - Vegetables and Fruit

Open to Kindergarten to Grade 8 based on your grade as of June 1, 2008


 How To Prepare Specimens for Exhibition:

  1. Chose MEDIUM SIZED carrots, potatoes and beets.
  2. Choose REGULAR SHAPED specimens.
  3. Choose specimens as nearly the same shape and size as possible.
  4. Cut TOPS off leaving only 1 inch.
  5. Polish with dry cloth.
  6. Choose LARGE onions. Bend the tops over some time before pulling so that the tops stop growing. After pulling, allow the onions to dry in the sun. DO NOT PEEL.
  7. Choose LARGE squash.
  8. Potatoes must NOT be washed.
  9. Pumpkins and Squash MUST have stems on.

 PRIZES:
Class V/F: First Second  Third  Fourth 
Section 1-25  $2.00  $1.50  $1.00  $.50 
Section 26-30  $3.00  $2.00  $1.00   

Vegetables and Fruit sponsored by AYR FARMERS MUTUAL

Section:
  1. Smallest Pie Pumpkin (not a gourd)
  2. Largest potato any variety
  3. Unusual shaped carrot
  4. Largest onion
  5. Fattest cucumber
  6. Field pumpkin
  7. Pie pumpkin
  8. Butternut squash (1)
  9. Pepper squash (2)
  10. Longest zucchini
  11. Potatoes, late variety, white (3)
  12. Potatoes, red (3)
  13. Carrots, topped (3) 12.5 cm or larger
  14. Beets, topped (3)
  15. Onions, Spanish (3)
  16. Onions, other than Spanish (3)
  17. Tomatoes, large variety (3)
  18. Tomatoes, cherry (5)
  19. Peppers, sweet (3)
  20. Cucumbers for slicing (3)
  21. Unusually shaped vegetable
  22. Any vegetable from the garden not mentioned above
  23. 5 apples, the variety to be named
  24. Muskmelon (1)
  25. Watermelon (1)

  26. Class VF - Specials

     Section:
  27. Largest pumpkin - by circumference
  28.  Mr or Mrs Potato Head  using 1 potato and all natural items. (Grade 3 & under as of June 1, 2008)
  29. Mr or Mrs Potato Head  using 1 potato and all natural items. (Grade 4 to 8 as of June 1, 2008)
  30. Create a sheep from edible vegetables. Other material may be used as accessories. On a firm base please. (Grade 3 & under as of June 1, 2008)
  31.  Create a sheep from edible vegetables. Other material may be used as accessories. On a firm base please. (Grades 4 to 8 as of June 1, 2008)
       
      

Class F - Flowers

Open to Kindergarten to Grade 8 based on your grade as of June 1, 2008


 PRIZES:
Class F: First Second  Third  Fourth 
Section 1-8  $2.00  $1.50  $1.00  $.50 
Section 9-14  $3.00  $2.00  $1.00   
Flowers sponsored by:
      DALRYMPLE INSURANCE

Section:    
  1. Rose, single bloom
  2. Bouquet of Marigolds
  3. Bouquet of Impatiens
  4. Bouquet of Petunias
  5. Bouquet of Cosmos
  6. Bouquet of Zinnias
  7. Bouquet of Snapdragons
  8. Bouquet of Asters
  9.       

    Class F - Specials

    Section:
  10. A bouquet of flowers in a pumpkin
  11. "Strawberry Shortcake" - A bouquet of red, pink & white flowers
  12.  "A Walk in the Country"  in a unique container. Grade 3 and under as of June 1, 2008: 
  13.  "A Walk in the Country"  in a unique container. Grade 4 to 8 as of June 1, 2008.
  14. "Soup's On" - Arrangement using a soup can, live flowers & greenery. Soup can must have label attached & be visible
  15. "Cup of Cheer" - Using a coffee mug create a design of fresh flowers that make you happy
      
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