Class 24 – Field Crops
Directors: John Beer: 519-848-2503, Carl Billiald: 226-820-2184, Bruce McIntosh
1. Entry Tag must be attached or inserted in the basket of grain or attached to the stalks
2. There are exhibiting baskets provided at the Arena when you bring your entry in.
3. Hay can be a sample from a large round or square bale, tied in a bundle
4. Exhibits for each section must be at the Arthur Arena for judging by 11:30 am on Friday September 9th
5. Pick up of grain or hay must be on Sunday September 11th at 4:30pm, please let the committee
members know if you are not wanting it back.
6. There is a $5.00 membership and Prizes are awarded based on number of entry fees at $5.00 per section, plus money donated by Sponsors.
Ask Committee if there are any questions
A.) Seeds or Grain:
1. ½ bushel of Canola, named, cleaned
2. ½ bushel of Flax, named, cleaned
3. ½ bushel of Millet, named, cleaned
4. ½ bushel Mixed Grain, named, cleaned, not treated
5. ½ bushel of Barley, named, cleaned
6. ½ bushel of Fall Wheat, named, cleaned
7. ½ bushel of Oats, named, cleaned
8. ½ bushel of Spring Wheat, named, cleaned
9. 10 Stalks of Soybeans
10. 10 stalks of Silage Corn, No roots
11. 8 cobs, Grain Corn
12. Hay, 1st cut, 6” slice from bale
13. Hay, 2nd cut 6” slice from bale
14. Hay, 1st cut, at least 50% grass, 6” slice from bale
15. Haylage, 1 qt. in plastic bag
We would like to recognize the following businesses who kindly donate money for the
Field Crop Competition.
The Agromart Group (Harriston)
Maple Lane Farm Service (Mount Forest)
Shawridge Farms Ltd., (Arthur)
Woodrill Farms Ltd. (Guelph)
Holmes Agro Ltd. (Orangeville)
And many more.