Sr. Department No. 12 & No. 13 – Hay, Silage, Grain Shows

DEPARTMENT NO. 12 – HAY AND SILAGE SHOW
Chairman Peg Snider
Judging: Monday at 8:00 am. (with Horticulture)

RULES:

1. Any entry of hay shall consist of two flakes with the exception of chopped hay, which shall consist of one-bushel basket.

2. An entry of silage shall consist of one quart.

3. The exhibitor within Perry County limits must grow the hay for exhibit.

4. Only one entry will be permitted in each class by the exhibitor.

5. The hay will be judged and the judge will speak on good quality hay and grass silage immediately after judging.

6. Exhibitor must have membership ticket or season ticket.

7. Exhibits must be taken to the Homemaking Building, between noon to 6 pm. Sunday before the fair.

  • Class 1 – Alfalfa hay, 90 percent or more alfalfa
  • Class 2 – Mixed hay, 50 percent legumes
  • Class 3 – Grass hay
  • Class 4 – Grass or corn silage

In classes where there is only one entry, a first place ribbon and second place money will be given.

PREMIUMS: 1st – $3; 2nd – $2; 3rd – $1

DEPARTMENT NO. 13 – GRAIN SHOW
Chairman: Peg Snider
Judging: Monday (with Horticulture)

An entry shall be as follows:

  • Class 1 – Hybrid – 5 ears to be identified as to variety or 1/2 gallon shelled corn
  • Class 2 – Wheat – quart jars to be identified as to variety
  • Class 3 – Oats – quart jars to be identified as to variety
  • Class 4 – Barley – quart jars to be identified as to variety
  • Class 5 – Soybeans – quart jars to be identified as to variety
  • Class 6 – Small seeds – quart jars to be identified as to variety
  • Class 7 – Longest ear of corn.

Quart jars will be furnished.

PREMIUMS: 1st – $3; 2nd – $2; 3rd – $1

Updated 05/19/2017 at 9:38 am

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