Dept 12 - Grains


Committee:  Karen Ewing (570-658-7037), Deb Ewing (570-658-7469)
(updated 07/21/2015)

  1. See General Rules.
  2. Home grown grains only may be entered.
  3. Entry forms must be completed with proper variety name or entry will be disqualified.
  4. One (1) entry per class per family is permitted.
  5. All entries of small grains must be displayed in clear gallon jars, which will be provided by the Fair Association. Grain should be brought to the fair and then transferred to these containers.
  6. Treated or certified seed will not be judged.
  7. Hay exhibits shall consist of a bale section at least 8" thick or an equivalent amount if cut from: hay in the mow, round bales or other large package hay systems.
  8. Silage crop entries must be named. Silage exhibits shall consist of a full one (1) gallon clear jar with a screw-on lid. These jars will be provided by the Fair Association. The silage should be brought to the fair and then transferred to these display containers, but the containers shall remain the property of the fair association.
  9. Broom entries shall consist of three (3) brooms made of broom corn grown within the county.
  10. All entries must be grown or produced since the last fair.

Class 1 - Grain & Seed Crops

Premiums:  $6  $5  $4  $3  $2

Lot # Description
3000 Hybrid field corn, white, 6 ears w/o husk
3001 Hybrid field corn, yellow, 6 ears w/o husk
3002 Open pollinated field corn, 6 ears w/o husk
3004 Open pollinated Indian Corn, 6 ears w/ husk
3005 Open pollinated Miniature corn, 6 ears w/ husk
3006 Pearl popcorn, 6 ears w/o husk
3007 Rice popcorn, 6 ears w/o husk
3008 Strawberry popcorn, 6 ears w/o husk
3009 All other popcorn, 6 ears w/o husk
3010 Field corn for grain, 3 stalks w/ roots no soil
3011 Field corn for silage, 3 stalks w/ roots no soil
3012 Sunflower, one lrg head, w/12” stem no flower
3013 Sunflower, one sml head, w/12” stem no flower
3014 Other

Class 2 - Small Grains

(placed in gallon jars provided)

Premiums:  $5  $4  $3  $2  $1

Lot # Description
3015 Otee Oats
3016 Noble Oats
3017 Lang Oats
3018 Larry Oats
3019 Porter Oats
3020 Garry Oats
3021 Clinton Oats
3022 Ogle Oats
3023 Other Oats
3024 Hart Wheat
3025 Tyler Wheat
3026 Redcoat Wheat
3027 Pennoll Wheat
3028 Titan Wheat
3029 Florida 302 Wheat
3030 Other Wheat
3031 Pennrad Barley
3032 Wong Barley
3033 Barsoy Barley
3034 Wysor Barley
3035 Any Spring Barley
3036 Other Barley
3037 Alfalfa, any variety, one (1) pint
3038 Buckwheat
3039 Red Clover, on (1) pint
3040 Rye
3041 Soybeans
3042 Sunflower seeds
3043 Timothy, one (1) pint
3044 Speltz
3045 Sorghum
3046 Other

Class 3 - Hay

(must be 8" thick slice)

Premiums:  $5  $4  $3  $2  $1

Lot # Description
3047 Alfalfa, alf/grass hay, 1st cut, <50% grass
3048 Alfalfa, alf/gras hay later cut, <50% grass
3049 Other legume or lgm/grass mix, <50% grass
3050 Grass, 1st cutting, <10% legume
3051 Grass, 2nd cutting, <10% legume
3052 Other mix 50% or > of alf, clover, & grass
3053 Summer annual grass-sudan, sorghum, sudan hybrid
3054 Hay, sample taken from round bale
3055 Reed Canary Grass

Class 4 - Silage

Premiums:  $5  $4  $3  $2  $1

Lot # Description
3056 Perennial crops, haylage, (1) gallon
3057 Annual silage, other than corn, (1) gallon
3058 Other Silage, (1) gallon
3059 Corn silage (1) gallon
3060 Balage (from large bale) (1) gallon

Class 5 - Broom Corn

Premiums:  $5  $4  $3  $2  $1

Lot # Description
3061 Broom Corn, l bundle, seeds removed
3062 Standard broom, 3 brooms
3063 Whisk broom, 3 brooms

Class 6 - Tobacco

Premiums:  $5  $4  $3  $2  $1

Lot # Description
3064 Stalks (5)
3065 Wrapper
3066 Filler
3067 Green
3068 Stalk Beets