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2019 Agriculture Handbook

LOCATION: PRIDE OF KANSAS BUILDING

SUPERINTENDENT: Carole Schlender

AGRICULTURE OFFICE: Sept. 4 - 16



ENTRY DEADLINE - AUGUST 15TH
*ALL PAYMENTS ARE DUE, INCLUDING ADVANCE TICKETS, BY ENTRY DEADLINE DATE




AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT SCHEDULE - ENTER THROUGH WEST DOORS



Aug 15

Entry Deadline -paperwork or online entry (Must be postmarked by Aug 15)

Aug 16 – 25

Entries still accepted with a $5.00 late fee per item

After Aug 25

Entries still accepted with a $25.00 late fee per item

Sept 4

Receiving Entries 12:00 noon – 8:00 pm & Pick-up of advance ordered tickets

Sept 5

Receiving Entries 9:00 am – 8:00 pm & Pick-up of advance ordered tickets

Sept 5

Receiving Entries 8:00 pm – 8:30 pm for Giant Pumpkins over 400 pounds *See Rule 12 for additional directions “plus” pick up instructions.

Sept 6

Receiving Entries 9:00 am – 11:00 am & Pick-up of advance ordered tickets. ** Nothing will be accepted after the stated receiving hours.
Judging begins at 3:00 pm ***If delivering items on this day, you must obtain a delivery release tag from Gate 2 in order to drop your items
via the Blue Lot. You will be given approx. 1/2 hr. to unload exhibits and depart from the lot. Any vehicle remaining in the lot without an authorized
"Blue Hangtag" will be towed at the owners expense.


Sept 15

BUILDING CLOSES TO PUBLIC AT 6:00 pm

Sept 15

Entries are released between 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm **No early releases

Sept 16

Entries picked up between 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. Perishable items not picked up by 1:00 will be donated to a local food bank unless prior arrangements
have been made for their pick up

After Sept 16
Must contact KSF Admin Office to make arrangements (620) 669-3881, (620) 669-3621 or (620) 669-3600. All items must be picked up
within 1 week from the closing of the fair (by Sept. 20th). Limited days and times will be available. Items not picked up by Sept. 20th
will be donated to a local charitable organization.


Sponsors

**If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact our Competitive Exhibits Dept. @ 620-669-3621



Adrian’s Boutique – Buhler, KS

American AgCredit – Wichita, KS

Bornholdt Plantland, Inc. – Hutchinson, KS

Hammel Scales – Wichita, KS

KS Grains Inspection Service – Topeka, KS

Kansas Corn Growers Assoc. – Garnett, KS


Kansas Forage & Grassland – Chanute, KS

Kansas Grain Sorghum Producers Assoc
Kansas Honey Producer –

Wichita, KS

Kansas Soybean Commission – Topeka, KS

Kansas Sunflower Commission – Berryton, KS

Kansas Wheat Commission - Manhattan, KS

Mennonite Friendship Communities, S. Hutchinson, KS

SDK Laboratories – Hutchinson, KS

Traeger - Wood Fired Grills



WestBred / Monsanto, LLC





All entries are subject to the Kansas State Fair General Rules in addition to any department, division or class rules listed



IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL EXHIBITORS

  • Entry deadline date is August 15, 2019.
  • A $1.00 handling fee per exhibitor is due at registration.
  • If registering online, all exhibitors will need to create a new account.
  • Each exhibitor will need their own account. **Multiple individuals cannot register under the same account. If you are bringing various items within the same family but from different family members, each individual will need their own account to enter.
  • Work must be that of the exhibitor.
  • Kansas State Fair cannot pay any premium checks without the proper tax information. Options are as follows:
    • If registering online, you may enter the social security number of the account holder when setting up their account in ShoWorks.
    • If submitting a paper entry, social security number can be provided directly on form at time of entry. Signature is required verifying information is accurate. If signature is not provided, you will be required to provide a W-9 prior to payment.
    • W-9 forms may be filled out by the exhibitor/guardian in the Administration Office.
  • It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to provide their tax information if payment is to be rendered. Kansas State Fair is not responsible for obtaining this information.
  • All premiums must be claimed and/or disputed by November 15, 2019.

  • NEW BUILDING HOURS:
  • First Friday - September 6th, 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • September 7th - 14th, 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Last Sunday, September 15th, 8:00 am - 9:00 pm due to releasing of entries starting at 6:00 pm
  • Monday, following fair, September 16th, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • After Monday, Sept. 16, 2019, if you wish to pick up any items not picked up on Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019, you MUST make arrangements in advance @ (620) 669-3881, (620) 669-3621, or (620) 669-3600. (by Sept. 20th). Limited days and items will be available. Items not picked up by Sept. 20th will be donated to a local charitable organization.


DEADLINES: If deadlines are missed, your item(s) will not be accepted and this will waive your right to any advance discounted tickets you may have purchased. Only items mailed in will be allowed to arrive earlier than the stated receiving hours. Mailed items should arrive between August 12th – 23rd, no earlier/later. Items delivered to the fairgrounds in advance that were not actually shipped, will not be accepted.


ADVANCE PURCHASED TICKETS: Exhibitor tickets purchased at time of entry will only be issued to the exhibitor upon the receipt of their item(s). For any reason, should exhibitors miss the designated receiving hours or choose not to bring their exhibit(s), they waive the right to receive any ordered tickets. The Kansas State Fair has a “No Refund Policy”. All advance purchased exhibitor / gate tickets must be “paid in full” by August 15th. If payment has not been made by the August 15th deadline, tickets will not be issued.


**NEW FOR 2019 -TICKET PICK UP LOCATION: For your convenience, please pick up any advance ordered exhibitor tickets when dropping off your items during the designated receiving hours. Tickets will be in the department / building that you have registered in. If you entered in several departments, they will be alphabetized by department name. Keep in mind, if you entered in Agriculture or Floriculture along with other departments, your tickets will be available for pick-up in one of the other departments being Agriculture & Floriculture do not start receiving until all areas (Clothing, Fine Arts, Foods, Professional Arts & Scouts) are closed and have stopped receiving items.

If you have additional questions or need any assistance, please phone 620-669-3881, 620-669-3621, or 620-669-3600. If it is a specific question pertaining to a class you wish to enter, you should contact the Department Supervisor via phone or email (name is hyperlinked with email address)
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR ALL AGRICULTURE EXHIBITORS:

  1. Any item that does not meet the requirements will not be accepted. If item is accepted as an oversight, it may later be disqualified and/or not judged or displayed.
  2. During check-in, a Kansas State Fair staff member may question if you entered your item properly, but only if it is obvious that the item might not meet the class requirements. If an exhibitor is not sure whether or not they have entered properly, it is their responsibility to ask; otherwise all items will remain as entered. This process can only be done during receiving hours, and at the request of the exhibitor. If you question the class entered, and the superintendent can justify the error, it may be moved to the proper class prior to judging. Once an item has been checked-in, it cannot be moved. Check-in finalizes your entry. Kansas State Fair does not allow any item substitutions.
  3. SHIPPED ITEMS - Shipping charges on all exhibits must be prepaid. Packages should be addressed to: Kansas State Fair, Competitive Exhibits Department, 2000 N. Poplar, Hutchinson, KS 67502. ATTN: Agriculture Department and should arrive between August 12th - 23rd, no earlier/later. (**This excludes Market Wheat & Market Alfalfa samples. See Market Wheat & Market Alfalfa Show rules for delivery date deadline) A copy of your entry form/registration should be included in your package along with items being labeled with class number and division if multiple items are sent..
  4. ITEMS BEING SHIPPED BACK: Item(s) will be shipped back at the exhibitors request and expense after the fair and in its original packaging. WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING POSTAGE STAMPS, PREPAID LABELS, OR CHECKS FOR POSTAGE IN ADVANCE (DUE TO INCORRECT AMOUNTS BEING SENT). EXHIBITOR MUST INCLUDE INSTRUCTIONS FOR RETURNING WITH ORIGINAL SHIPMENT ALONG WITH A COPY OF YOUR REGISTRATION. We will phone you with the amount due once it has been determined according to size & weight. When payment has been received by the Kansas State Fair - via check or credit card, your item(s) will be returned either UPS, U.S. Postal Service, or Federal Express, whichever you have specified.
  5. Fruit will be judged by the American Pomological Society rules unless otherwise specified. Red strains or bud sprouts such as Starking, Richard Delicious, Satmared and Blackjon will be judged according to the standards of the parent varieties and not as separate varieties.
  6. Kansas State Fair will supply trays and plates to exhibit produce. Tray size will be 18" x 11 1/2" x 2" holding one layer.
  7. After arrangement of exhibits for prizes, no change will be allowed except on authority from superintendents.
  8. Exhibitors may replace any specimens that show decay with fresh specimens at any time during the Fair after judging is complete. Refrigerated coolers are available for display of most perishable products.
  9. No duplicate samples for exhibition will be admitted in any class with the following exception. Duplicate exhibits from any one farm will be considered if the exhibits are accompanied by an affidavit stating that they are from distinct and separate farming units. A farming unit is defined as any tract or tracts, operated by one or more persons utilizing the same equipment. Any known violations will result in the forfeiture of all premiums won in the division where violation occurred.
  10. All exhibits must have been grown and harvested by the exhibitor during the season of 2019 unless otherwise stated.
  11. All threshed grain will be exhibited by the gallon, unless otherwise noted.
  12. Exhibitor can only win and be paid for one placing per class unless stated otherwise in section.
  13. All large pumpkins over 400 pounds must be delivered to the fair on Thursday, September 5 from 8:00 pm to 8:30 pm and to be unloaded using a mechanical lift. To help monitor entries, indicate on your entry form that the pumpkin is over 400 pounds and include a cell phone number. Pumpkins 400 pounds and over must be on a pallet and a pumpkin sling is recommended for each entry. Pumpkins 400 pounds and over will be loaded at 7:30 pm on the final Sunday. Pumpkins over 400 pounds and delivered at another time will be required to hire their own fork lift to off load their pumpkin and weights may not be taken because scales may not be available. Cost is approximately $40-$50. If you are running late, please call the Agriculture Department at (620) 669-3853. Side stems must be cut to 1".
  14. Any Agricultural (crops or horticulture) entry with holes or that has been painted will be disqualified unless in a decorated / carved class.
  15. Our primary audience consists of family and youth. We reserve the right to reject any entry that may be considered objectionable by that audience.
  16. Entries will not be judged in "Any Other Items" class if there is already a class for that item available. (example: wheat seed is not allowed in Div. 109, class 14)
  17. Pre-entry is required on all items. Enter all items that you may possibly bring (example: If you plant 15 different vegetables and don’t know what you will bring until harvesting, enter all 15 vegetable classes and only bring the best ones.) Items not pre-entered, cannot be accept unless late fees are paid. Substitutions are not allowed.
  18. Junior Division: Offers classes for youth exhibitors who are 18 or under as of January 1, current year.
  19. Any perishable items remaining in good condition that are not picked up by 1:00 pm the Monday following the fair will be donated to the local food bank, unless prior arrangements have been made for their pick-up.

Champions in Market Wheat Show, Best of Corn, Best of Grain Sorghum, Best of Alfalfa, and Governor's Watermelon, will be invited to participate in the Governor's Award Ceremony. Date to be determined. One gate pass will be available for the winner if they are able to attend.


YOUTH DIVISION

AGES 18 AND UNDER

Division 100 - Youth Division

YOUTH AGE CLASSES: Participants must be 18 or under as of January 1, current year. Exhibitors that enter in the below classes, cannot enter in these same classes if offered in other divisions.


Kansas State Fair recognizes our future agriculture producers and supports their participation in harvesting crops with their families. We understand that not all of the classes offered in our Junior Division can be completed solely by the exhibitor, but we do ask that they be the ones to select the actual items that will be exhibited and judged. This should not be the choice of any other family member. Kansas State Fair General Rules state “Entries must be the work of the exhibitor”. An exception has been allowed in this division due to the work load involved to produce these exhibits.

Apples - Judging criteria: Variety Character-15 pts, Size-15 pts, Color-20 pts, Uniformity-20 pts & Freedom from blemish (stem missing is a form of blemish) - 30 pts.

Corn - 5 Ears - You must include the company and variety on your entry form. Youth may have (3) three entries in this class but must be of different varities. Refer to Division 108 for additional information

Corn Art - Entries should be interesting creations made with corn and or corn cobs. Up to (12) twelve ears of any variety or combination of variety may be used in total. The corn or corn cobs may be carved, painted, glued or strung in any manner and mounted on any plain surface. Entry will be judged on interest, creativity, craftsmanship and artistry.

Creative Spud - Using a large potato (should be (5) five inches or longer), show us your version of a potato character using only natural materials to create the body parts (arms, legs, etc.). Items should be things like grass, straw, various vegetables, feathers, etc. Materials will be allowed to be purchased for the outfit only, which should be a very small portion of your decorations. (example: felt, touling, construction paper). NO use of plastic store purchased items will be allowed. Also, on a 3" x 5" index card, please submit the name of your character along with a few words describing its personality. Judging will be based on creativity and the use of items

  • Premiums awarded for this division are: Classes 1, 2, 4, and 11-18; 1st - $7, 2nd - $5 and 3rd - $2
  • Premiums awarded for this division are: Classes 3, 5, and 6; 1st - $10, 2nd - $7 and 3rd - $5
  • Premiums awarded for this division are: Classes 7, 8, 9, and 10; 1st - $15, 2nd - $10 and 3rd - $5
  • Premiums awarded for Honey Best of Show is $15 a plaque and a rosette.
  • Overall Champion of the Youth Division will receive a rosette
**Class 06 is also eligible for the Champion award from entries in Division #107.

Class

01

Apples (5) – *must name variety

10

Honey Gift Package Light **See Kansas Honey Section for complete instructions/requirements and helpful information

02

Beans, Snap; Green or Yellow (12 ) *must name variety


11

Grain Sorghum in head *must name variety


03

Corn – 5 Ears - Any Company & Variety – *Must name company *see rules above

12

Onions (10) – *must name variety

04

Corn Art *see rules above

13

Potatoes (10) – *must name variety

05

Creative Spud *see rules above

14

Pumpkins (1) – large field variety
06

Decorated or Carved - Any fall pumpkin, squash, or gourd 15 Squash (2) – *must name variety
07 Extracted Honey; Light**See Kansas Honey Section for complete instructions/requirements and helpful information 16 Sunflowers in Head – Confectionary or Oil (2)
08 Extracted Honey; Dark Light**See Kansas Honey Section for complete instructions/requirements and helpful information 17 Tomatoes (6) – *must name variety

09

Frame of Honey (shallow or medium depth) **See Kansas Honey Section for complete instructions/requirements and helpful information

18

Watermelon (1) – *must name variety



AG ART




Division 101 - Barn Quilts

What is a Barn Quilt ? A Barn Quilt is a painted quilt block pattern for outdoor display generally using bright colors and geometric shapes.

Come be part of our quilt block trail on the Kansas State Fairgrounds. Quilt blocks will be on display at various locations throughout the grounds for all fairgoers to enjoy. Maps will be provided to those wishing to view the entire trail.New in 2019 will be the chance to participate in judging, “People’s Choice”. Details will be provided during check-in and through the second Friday in the Agriculture Dept. The overall winning Barn Quilt will be announced during the auction on the second Saturday at Bretz Young Arena beginning at 4:30 pm.

This year our Overall Champion Barn Quilt will be awarded an additional $150 and become the property of the Kansas State Fair. The Barn Quilt will be hung on/in one of our building with credit being given to the creator(s). Each year a new Champion Barn Quilt will be displayed throughout the fairgrounds adding to our permanent Barn Quilt Trail.


This year our Barn Quilts will be bigger and better than ever, not only in size but in premiums offered.
    • Premiums awarded for this division are: Classes 1 - 1st - $75, 2nd - $50 and 3rd - $25.
    • Premiums awarded for this division are: Classes 2 - 1st - $125, 2nd - $75 and 3rd - $50.
    • Overall Champion Barn Quilt will be awarded an additional $150 and Kansas State Fair will retain the winning entry to display, giving recognition to the creator.*Each year a new Champion Barn Quilt will be displayed throughout the fairgrounds adding to our Kansas State Fair Barn Quilt Trail
Class

01

Barn Quilt – 4’ x 4’

02

Barn Quilt – 8’ x 8’

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be a 4’ x 4’ or 8’ x 8’ square.
  • Must be on 3/8” or ½” thick durable material suitable for exterior display to withstand exposure to outdoor elements

RECOMMENDATIONS:

  • Use MDO (medium density overlay) board
  • Prime board with two coats of primer
  • Use latex enamel paint
  • Original designs are encouraged. If copied, credit should be given

RULES:

  • Participants must pre-enter with the Kansas State Fair no later than August 15, 2019
  • DO NOT put your name on your entry
  • Due to project size, items can be made by individuals or a group
  • Judging Criteria: Appearance - Creativity - Construction
    • Appearance : Pleasing to look at; Clean, neat, unnoticeable pencil marks; No smudges or voids
    • Creativity : Appropriate choice of pattern for a barn quilt; Added your own spin to the pattern; Choice of color
    • Workmanship : All corners meet; all points are sharp; Difficulty of pattern; No bubble or paint ridges.
    • Judging will be done by Kansas State Fair patrons.The winner will be the People’s Choice and will be announced on the second Saturday at Bretz and Young Arena during the Woodcarvers Auctions & Quilt Block Auction starting at 4:30 pm.



Division 102 - Butter Sculpture Contest - On Site- Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019

Premiums awarded for this division are Classes 01 & 02 - 1st - $15, 2nd - $10 and 3rd - $5. Premiums for Class 03 - 1st - $25, 2nd - $15 and 3rd - $10.

*ENTRY FEE: $5.00 - Pre-entry is required by August 15th. **Limited space available. After August late fees apply, $25 per entry

On day of contest, check-in at Pride of Kansas, Agriculture Dept. Office located at the west end of building. Parents must be available, on-site during the competition, but are not allowed in the competition area during the contest.


01

Ages 7-11

Check-In: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Contest: 1:00 pm – 1:15 pm

02

Ages 12–17

Check-In: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Contest: 1:30 pm – 1:45 pm

03

Ages 18 & up

Check-In: 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Contest: 2:00 pm – 2:15 pm


  • Exhibitors will have approximately 2 foot of table space to work within.
  • Provided will be:1# Block of Butter, Plastic Gloves, Plastic Cutlery – 1 ea.,fork, spoon & knife, string and paper towels.
  • Exhibitors may each bring (1) additional supply to work with (piece of wire, piece of tubing, special carving tool, etc.).
  • The use of a cell phone, tablet, or photo for reference and/or directions is also prohibited.
  • All models will be judged based on originality, creativity, detail and design.
  • All sculptures will be on display until the last Sunday of the fair.Sculptures can be picked up beginning at 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm.Remaining items can be picked up between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm the following Monday. Any items not picked up during these specified times will become the property of the Kansas State Fair.



Division 103 - Corn Art

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $15, 2nd - $10 and 3rd - $5.

Entries should be interesting creations made with corn and or corn cobs. Up to (12) twelve ears of any variety or combination of variety may be used in total. The corn or corn cobs may be carved, painted, glued or strung in any manner and mounted on any plain surface. Entry will be judged on interest, creativity, craftsmanship and artistry.

Class

01

Corn Art - Adults 19 and over


Division 104 - Ornamental Corn

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $20, 2nd - $15 and 3rd - $10.

A producer may have (2) two entries but must be different varieties and variety must be named. ** (3) Cobs must be submitted together and bound at top creating an appealing visual display for hanging

Class

01

Ornamental Corn


Division 105 - Scarecrow Contest

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $25, 2nd - $15 and 3rd - $10.

See if you have what it takes to be the best! Creativity and imagination will be needed. Entries will be judged on appearance, construction, use of materials, creativity, and durability.

  1. All TRADITIONAL style scarecrow entries must be made (old fashion). A traditional farm or garden scarecrow made of straw, hay, etc. used to scare crows and other garden crop pests away from crops.
  2. All scarecrows must measure under six feet tall, from floor to top of scarecrow.
  3. Hands must be sewn on or well attached.
  4. Scarecrow must be secured to or combined with a stake or risk disqualification.
  5. The Kansas State Fair will provide a (5) five gallon bucket of sand or bale of hay for standing the scarecrow.

Class

01

Traditional Scarecrow Contest



Division 106 - Scarecrow Contest - On-Site Contest - Saturday, Sept. 14

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $50, 2nd - $30 and 3rd - $15.

You worked hard growing your crops. Now we need a scarecrow to protect all of the produce brought to the Fair! Who’s ready to get stuffed?Come build the perfect scarecrow at the State Fair….starting with a willing participant (Yes, a family member, friend, relative, or co-worker, etc.)

Entries will be judged on appearance, construction, use of materials, and creativity

  1. Check in Time: 9:00 am - 10:30 am / with contest beginning at 11:00 am
  2. Teams will consist of 2 - 4 individuals.
  3. Teams will have 20 minutes to complete their project from start to finish.
  4. Scarecrows will consist of a living being, dressed & stuffed. ***KSF to supply straw/hay
  5. Scarecrow must be TRADITIONAL style. A traditional farm or garden scarecrow made of straw, hay, etc. used to scare crows and other garden crop pests away from crops.
  6. Pictures will be taken of all participants and their completed scarecrow and will be on display throughout the fair

Class

01

Traditional Scarecrow Contest - On-Site



Division 107 - Squash & Pumpkins

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $20, 2nd - $15 and 3rd - $10. Champion Decorated or Carved / Sculptured Pumpkin

(Sculptured, Decorated, Caricature, Painted, including Youth entries) will receive a Gift Certificate.


Decorated, Carved/Sculptured, or Caricature pumpkins will be judged on originality and appearance. These can be grown or purchased pumpkins.

Class


01

Carved / Sculptured - Any fall pumpkin, squash, or gourd

02

Decorated - Any fall pumpkin, squash, or gourd



CROP CLASSES


County Agent Award

A plaque will be awarded to the County Agent who brings in the most crop entries excluding the Market Wheat Show to the Kansas State Fair. Forage and Grain Sorghum entries must be cut to length and ready to be put on display boards. Agent is requested to attach the entry cards to the exhibit. Fair staff will place entry on the display boards for judging. When pre-entries are sent in, the agent is to request that the exhibit cards be grouped together under their county name. When picking up entry tags, agents are asked to complete a form showing number of actual entries entered and verified by the State Fair crop staff.


Division 108 - Corn - 5 Ears

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $20, 2nd - $15 and 3rd - $10. Best of Show will receive $100. Best of Show Winner and winner from class #10 will also receive an additional award presented at the Governor's Awards.

If a brand runs strong in the "any other class" in a particular year, it will be placed in a Superintendent's Option class. It will also be considered next year to replace any variety decreasing in entries. Since all varieties in a class will be competing against each other, a producer may enter a maximum of (5) five different varieties per class per farm unit. Exhibitors will be paid for top three premiums. Exhibitors must give the name and address of the dealer from whom the seed was purchased. In case of a shortage of display space, some non-ribbon entries may be removed after judging.

In the Youth Class (Division #100, Class #03), you must include the company and variety name on your entry form. Youth may have (3) three entries in this class but must be of different varieties.

Class

01

AgriGold*

06

Producers Hybrids*

02

Hoegemeyer*

07

Pioneer / DuPont*

03

DeKalb / Monsanto*

08

Any Other Company’s Corn Hybrid

04

NK / Golden Harvest / Syngenta*

09

Superintendent's Option

05

Midland Genetics*

10

Longest Ear- **Must be a Yellow or White Variety dent corn


Division 109 - Crop Seeds

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $20, 2nd - $15 and 3rd - $10.

All must be current year crop.

Class

01

Alfalfa

08

Millet

02

Barley (current year crop)

09

Oats

03

Bromegrass

10

Oil Sunflowers

04

Confectionary Sunflowers

11

Popcorn

05

Field Corn

12

Rye

06

Grain Sorghum

13

Triticale

07

Indian Grass

14

Any other crop seed


Division 110 - Forage Sorghum in Heads

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $20, 2nd - $15 and 3rd - $10.

A producer may have (3) three entries but must be different varieties and variety must be named.

Class

01

Forage Sorghum Varieties / Hybrids


Division 111 - Grain Sorghum in Heads

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $20, 2nd - $15 and 3rd - $10. Best of Show will receive $100.

If a brand runs strong in the "any other class" in a particular year, it will be placed in a Superintendent's Option class. It will also be considered next year to replace a variety decreasing in entries. Since all varieties in a class will be competing against each other, a producer may enter a maximum of five different varieties per class per farm unit. Exhibitors will be paid for top three premiums. An exhibit shall consist of (5) five heads of grain sorghum.

Class

01

Alta Seeds*

06

Pioneer / DuPont*

02

Hoegemeyer*

07

Sorghum Partners*

03

DeKalb / Monsanto*

08

Other Company’s Grain Sorghum Hybrids

04

Golden Acres*

09

Superintendent’s Option

05

Midland Genetics*

10

Longest Grain Sorghum Head


Division 112 - Hay

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $30, 2nd - $20 and 3rd - $15.

An exhibit shall consist of one flake or slice at least 6" & no more than 10" thick from one standard rectangular bale and tied in two directions, or a 10" section cut from a round bale. An alternative method of collecting a "Hay" sample from large round bales would be to collect a sample from a windrow and using a cardboard box approximately 18 “ square and 6" - 10" deep, place two strings in the box, and press the hay in the box, and tie it up. Variety should be named.

Class

01

Alfalfa

03

Prairie

02

Brome


Division 113 - Kansas Honey

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $15, 2nd - $10 and 3rd - $5 along with rosettes unless otherwise stated. **Class 11 will award 1st - $30, 2nd - $20 and 3rd - $10 and Class 12 will award 1st - $15 and 2nd & 3rd ribbons. Best of Show will receive $15 plus a plaque & rosette.

NEW: Youth Classes are now listed in our Youth Division - Division #100

Open to all beekeepers. All jars must be plain and free of labels. No inner seals in lids.

Class

01

Art Design in Beeswax

07

Cut Comb

02

Beeswax

08

Extracted Honey; Dark

03

Beeswax Candles

09

Extracted Honey; Light


04

Chunk Honey

10

Frame of Honey (shallow or medium depth)

05

Comb Honey

11

Honey Gift Package

06

Crystallized / Creamed Honey

12

Black Label Honey *Must be submitted in a 1 lb. Queenline Jar. Judged on taste only. Must be entered in (2) additional honey classes to be able to participate in this class


Best of Show : The Kansas Honey Producers Association will present an engraved plaque to the beekeeper with the greatest total number of points as determined by the judges. In open class division you must enter three or more classes to be eligible for this award. You must enter at least (2) two classes in their division.


Entry rules and regulations, with tips and scoring for entries : Only (1) entry per exhibitor, per class allowed

  • Extracted Honey:also known as strained honey, is honey that has been separated from the comb by centrifugal force, gravity, straining, or other means. Shall consist of (3) three one-pound Queenline or Classic jars, no inner seals in lids. All jars must be plain and free of labels
  • Chunk Honey: shall consist of (1) one strip of cut comb (full length of the jar) in three (1) one pound, round glass jar
  • Comb Honey:(3) three "rounds" "cassettes" (clear lids both sides, no pressure sensitive label), or "basswood sections" (cardboard carton with window, no producer name or address)
  • Cut Comb Honey:(3) three comb honey cut and placed in commercial plastic comb honey boxes (4" x 4")
  • Crystallized/Cream Honey:Shall consist of three glass jars between (8) eight ounce and (16) sixteen ounce. All jars must be the same
  • Gift Package: Items must be clearly labeled, as they would be offered for sale - except any marks identifying the entrant must be obscured or removed, or fictitious. Fictitious labels must meet legal label requirements. Gift package, if wrapped, must be able to be unwrapped for judging. Homemade food items must have recipes attached. Gift packages must contain at least 50% producer made items. A 3" x 5" note card must be included that states the intended use of package. Youth gift packages may not contain alcoholic beverages
  • Beeswax: (3) three pound block, geometric shape, not decorative, smooth surface top and bottom
  • Beeswax Candles: Four molded or dipped candles. No non-beeswax enhancement allowed, except wick
  • Art Design in Beeswax: Entries must be (2) two pounds minimum weight, 100% beeswax: may be more than one piece but must be firmly joined together: may be cast in mold or carved. No non-beeswax enhancement allowed
  • Frame of Honey: Shallow or medium depth. Frame must be in a display case, both sides visible. Display case available upon request. Phone 913/856-8356

  • Extracted Honey: Density (water content above 18.6% and below 15.5% will be docked) (10 pts), Absence of Crystals (10 pts), Cleanliness - Without lint, dirt, wax or foam (40 pts), Flavor (points will be reduced for flavor affected by processing) (10 pts), Container appearance - travel stains (10 pts), Accuracy of filling (20 pts) - a. Headroom 1/2" maximum, 3/8" minimum with no visible gap between honey level and cap., b.Uniformity of filling
  • Comb Honey: Uniformity of appearance (20 pts), Absence of uncapped cells or perforated cappings (20 pts), Uniformity of color (10 pts), Absence of watery capping (15 pts), Cleanliness and absence of (15 pts), Freedom from granulation and pollen (10 pts), Uniformity of weight (10 pts)
  • Cut Comb: Neatness & Uniformity of cut, absence of liquid honey (20 pts), Absence of watery of perforated cappings, uncapped cells & pollen (20 pts), Cleanliness of product absence of travel stains, crushed wax, & crystallization (20 pts), Uniformity of appearance (color of honey capping structure, thickness of comb) (20 pts), Uniformity of weight (20 pts)
  • Honey Gift Package:Originality / Creativity (20 pts), Quality of products (20 pts), Variety, i.e. other products from the hive (20 pts), Commercial appeal (20 pts), Neatness of workmanship (20 pts)
  • Chunk Honey: Uniformity of cut (20 pts), Absence of watery cappings, uncapped cells & pollen (20 pts), Cleanliness of product / container (downgrade for travel stains, foreign matter, wax flakes, foam and crystallization) (20 pts), Uniformity of appearance in capping structure, color, thickness of chunks and accuracy and uniformity of fill (20 pts), Density and flavor of liquid portion of pack (20 pts) - a. Density (water content above 18.6% will be marked down) b. Flavor (points will be reduced for flavor affected by processing
  • Crystallized / Creamed Honey: Fineness of crystals (20 pts), Uniformity and firmness of product (25 pts), Cleanliness and freedom from foam (affected by processing) (20 pts), Flavor (points will be reduced for flavor affected by processing) (15 pts), Color (10 pts), Accuracy of filling and uniformity (10 pts)
  • Beeswax: Cleanliness (35 pts), Uniformity of appearance (15 pts), Color (straw to canary yellow) (15 pts), Aroma (15 pts), Absence of cracks and shrinkage (15 pts), Appropriate weight (5 pts)
  • Beeswax Candles: Cleanliness, color quality of wax (straw to canary yellow) (25 pts), Design and overall appearance (25 pts), Finishing details (Molded: wick trimmed to 1/2" flat finished bottom - Dipped: last drip left on) (25 pts), Uniformity of appearance and shape (25 pts)
  • Art Design in Beeswax:Color (20 pts), Cleanliness (25 pts), Artistic Merit (25 pts), Originality (25 pts), Appropriate weight (5 pts)
  • Frame of Honey: Uniformity of appearance (25 pts), Absence of uncapped cells (20 pts), Uniformity of color (15 pts), Absence of watery cappings / perforated (20 pts), Cleanliness and absence of travel stains (20 pts), Freedom from granulation and pollen (10 pts)
Neither The Kansas State Fair nor The Kansas Honey Producers are responsible for items that are lost or stolen


Division 114 - Market Alfalfa Show

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $75, 2nd - $50 and 3rd - $25.

All exhibits in the Market Alfalfa Show shall consist of a representative sample of the hay lot. Sampling shall be done using a forage core sampler. Samples not exhibiting evidence of being collected with a forage core sampler will be disqualified. After sampling a minimum of (10) ten bales, mix sample and submit to the Kansas State Fair, by August 15 . Enclose an entry form with only Market Alfalfa entries on it and no other crop entries. Please mark on outside of package "Market Alfalfa Show". The alfalfa exhibited will become the property of the Kansas State Fair. For help with sampling, contact your local county extension office. All entries submitted will be judged based upon Relative Feed Values used in the Wisconsin System, crude protein and a visual comparison. SDK Lab, Hutchinson, will provide the feed test for the Market Alfalfa Show. Kansas Forage and Grassland Council will provide a plaque for the winner.


Class

01

Market Alfalfa


Division 115 - Market Wheat Show

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $30, 2nd - $20, 3rd - $15, 4th - $12 and 5th - $10. Best of Show will receive $150 and Runner-up Best of Show $125.

Kansas Wheat Representative - KSU:Norman Schlesener, Manhattan,KS (785) 776-8519

Co-Chair: Andrea Burns, Ford County, aburns@ksu.edu, 620-227-4542

Co-Chair:Katelyn Barthol, Marais Des,Cygnes Dist.; kbarth25@ksu.edu, 913-294-4306


Market Wheat Show Committee Members: Justin Goodno, Barber Co.; Marty Gleason, Edwards Co.; Kurt Werth, Gray Co.; Wade Reh, Kiowa Co.; Kyle Grant, Pawnee Co.; Vicki Simonsen Pratt Co.; John Beckman, Scott Co.; Amanda Staub, Stafford Co.; Allen Baker, Wichita Co.; Bob Frisbie, member, Mark Ploger, member.

Counties without a County Fair Market Wheat Show: All exhibits in the Market Wheat Show shall consist of 5 pounds of wheat grown by the exhibitor in the current year and shall not be from a variety or research plot. All samples entered that have not gone through a County Fair Market Wheat Show and have not been graded by the Kansas Grain Inspection service must be submitted with an entry form to the Kansas State Fair by August 15 . The (5) five pound sample can be sent in any container. Please enclose an entry form with only Market Wheat on it, and no other crop entries. Please mark on outside of package "Market Wheat Show." These samples will be graded by the Kansas Grain Inspection Service and scored. All entries must be made by variety name. All entries must be combine run, as hand picking and/or screening is not allowed. Since all varieties in a class will be competing against each other, a producer may enter a maximum of (3) three different varieties per class per farm unit and be paid premiums. The wheat exhibited will become the property of the Kansas State Fair. These entries will be eligible for the Sweepstakes Award. This classification is separate from the (20) twenty pound wheat exhibit.

Counties with a County Fair Market Wheat Show: All exhibits in the Market Wheat Show shall consist of (5) five pounds of wheat grown by the exhibitor in the current year and shall not be from a variety or research plot. The sample then is to be turned in to their county extension office for entry in the local county market wheat show. All Market Wheat Show samples that were entered in a County Fair Market Wheat Show and graded by the Kansas Grain Inspection Service must be pre-entered by August 15. "The local County Extension Agent should deliver the samples to a Market Wheat Show Committee member by August 27, 2019, or bring the samples to the Kansas State Fair on August 28 at 10:00 am." Any entries after this time will not be eligible for the sweepstakes awards . Agents are to use the LIGHT BLUE data card for the 2019 show. Entries must be made by variety name. All entries must be combine run, as handpicking and/or screening is not allowed. Since all varieties in a class will be competing against each other, a producer may enter a maximum of three different varieties per class per farm unit and be paid premiums. The wheat exhibited will become the property of the Kansas State Fair.

These entries will be eligible for the Sweepstakes Award if the exhibitor participated in their local county market wheat show.

The International Association of Operative Millers will sponsor a plaque to the agent with the most placing entries.

All entries submitted will be judged by the following criteria and graded by the Kansas Grain Inspection Service:

      • Protein 225 Pts
      • Test Weight 200 Pts
      • Dockage 200 Pts
      • Shrunken and Broken 100 Pts
      • Variety / Mill Bake 250 Pts
      • Completeness of Score Card 25 Pts
      • Total All Criteria 1,000 Pts

MARKET WHEAT SAMPLE MUST ALREADY BE IN A CONTAINER WHEN SUBMITTING TO THE KANSAS STATE FAIR.

**Must name variety when entering

Class

01

All Hard White Wheat Varieties

04

All WestBred / Monsanto / HRW Varieties

02

All HRW Blends

05

KSU HRW Varieties

03

All Other Private HRW Varieties or Hybrids

06

Other Public HRW Varieties


Division 116 - Market Wheat Sweepstakes

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $25 each. Champion ribbons will be given to the winner in each class.

Entries to Sweepstakes classes must have participated in the local county Market Wheat Show if one was held. Counties with a Market Wheat Show are asked to forward their county champion (1) name (2) wheat variety and (3) county name to their area representative - Andrea Burns, Ford County Extension Office, 100 Gunsmoke, Dodge City, KS 67801 "or" Katelyn Barthol, Marais Des,Cygnes Dist, 104 S. Brayman, Paola, KS 66071 by August 15, 2019.

Placings will be determined by the Market Wheat scores. Entries from counties with no Market Wheat Show must be pre-entered by August 15th, to the Kansas State Fair and must include the sample and entry form. Agents are reminded that all wheat samples must be delivered to the Kansas State Fair by 10:00 am on August 28 to be considered for the Sweepstakes awards.

Class

01

Eastern Kansas County Winners: Includes all counties with Hwy 81 going through it and East

02

Western Kansas County Winners: Includes counties West of Highway 81


Division 117 - Other Crops

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $20, 2nd - $15 and 3rd - $10.

Any other crops that are not listed in a previous class such as cotton, pearl millet, etc. Exhibitor must submit (5) heads or plants for judging.

Class

01

Any other crop not listed (Ex: cotton, pearl millet) **Must submit 5 head or plants


Division 118 - Soybean Plant Show

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $30, 2nd - $25, 3 rd - $20, 4th - $15 and 5th - $10. Champion Soybean Plant in this division will receive $100.

Requirements: (5) five plants with roots attached.

Suggestions for selecting plants:

  • When in the field looking for plants, dig more plants than are required (8-10 suggested).
  • What to select for: More mature plants, consider taller plants with the most pods, free from insect damage and disease, no off color leaves, plants that are uniform, pod size and fill.
  • Dig the plants and wash off the roots (pulling plants will lose root nodules, which are important in judging soybean plants).
  • Once plants are selected and dried, loosely tie the plants together at base of the plant or just above the root system. Loosely roll plants in a few layers of newspaper for transport to the fair.
  • A farming unit may have up to (3) three entries, but they must all be of different varieties. Each entry must have the required (5) five plants.

*List company and variety names

Class

01

Maturity Class II

03

Maturity Class IV

02

Maturity Class III

04

Maturity Class V


Division 119 - Soybean Seed

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $20, 2nd- $15 and 3rd - $10. Best of Show will receive $100.

The Soybean Seed classes are composed of major companies that service Kansas soybean producers and popular varieties. If a brand name or public variety runs strong in the "any other variety class" in a particular year, it will be placed in the Superintendent's Option Class. It will also be considered the next year to replace a variety decreasing in entries. Since all varieties in a class will be competing against each other, a producer may enter a maximum of (3) three different varieties per class per farm unit and be paid premiums. An exhibit shall consist of (15) fifteen pounds of soybeans harvested in 2017 or 2018. Hand picked samples are encouraged.

Class

01

Asgrow / Monsanto*

06

Ohlde*

02

Advanced Genetics*

07

Pioneer / DuPont*

03

Dyna-Gro*

08

Syngenta*

04

Midland Genetics*

09

Any Other Variety

05

Producer Hybrids*


Division 120 - Sunflowers in Heads

Premiums awarded for classes 1 & 3 are 1st - $40, 2nd- $30 and 3rd - $20. Class 2 will receive 1st - $30, 2nd - $20 and 3rd - $10. Best of Show between classes 1 & 3 will receive $ 10 and a rosette.

No repeat of previous exhibits. May have (2) two entries in classes 01 & 03, but must be different varieties.

Class

01

Confectionary Sunflowers - 3 Heads

03

Oil Sunflowers - 3 Heads

02

Largest Tame Sunflower


Division 121 - Wheat

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $50, 2nd - $40 and 3rd - $30. Best of Show will receive $100.

All exhibits in the wheat classes shall consist of (20) twenty pounds of wheat in any container. All entries must be made under the variety name. The entries will be grouped according to the classification under awards. Entries will be judged on the basis of seed quality, uniformity, commercial grade and condition. Hand picked samples are encouraged.

Class

01

All Agri-Pro / Syngenta HRW Varieties

04

All WestBred HRW Varieties

02

All Hard White Wheat Varieties

05

KSU HRW Varieties

03

All Other Varieties or Hybrids

06

Other Public HRW Varieties



HORTICULTURE CLASSES




Division 122 - Culinary Herbs

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $15, 2nd - $10 and 3rd - $5.

Fresh culinary herbs (6) six (example: parsley, basil, dill), six (6) stems (or a comparable) quantity of (1) ONE variety of fresh herbs exhibited in a disposable container of water. Dried herbs are not accepted. May have (3) three entries, but must be different herbs.


Class

01

Basil

04

Oregano

02

Chives

05

Parsley

03

Dill

06

Any other culinary herb not listed (name of herb is required)


Division 123 - Fruit

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $15, 2nd - $10 and 3rd - $5. Champion Apple will receive $25.

Judging criteria: Variety Character -15 pts, Size-15 pts, Color-20 pts, Uniformity-20 pts & Freedom from blemish (stem missing is a form of blemish) - 30 pts.

Class

01

Apple (Plate) - Crab - Any Variety (10 specimens)

09

Apple (Plate) - Winesap (5 specimens)

02

Apple (Plate) - Delicious (5 specimens)

10


Apple (Plate) - Variety Other Than Listed- (20-25 packed in single trays)

03

Apple (Plate) - Gala (5 specimens)

11

Blackberries - 1 pint

04

Apple (Plate) - Golden Delicious (5 specimens)

12

Peaches (Plate) - Any Variety (5 specimens)

05

Apple (Plate) - Grimes (5 specimens)

13

Pears (Plate) - Any variety (5 specimens)

06

Apple (Plate) - Jonathan (5 specimens)

14

Plums (Plate) - Any variety (5 specimens)

07

Apple (Plate) - Rome Beauty (5 specimens)

15

Raspberries - 1 pint

08

Apple (Plate) - Stayman Winesap (5 specimens)



Division 124 - Giant Pumpkin Contest

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $400, 2nd - $300 and 3rd - $200.

A Rookie Giant Pumpkin award is available to the exhibitor with a first year entry in this category and a pumpkin weighing over 300 lbs. - $50.


We would like to see your “Pride of Kansas”. Show off your giant pumpkin.

All giant pumpkins over 400 pounds must be delivered to the fair on Thursday, September 5 from 8:00 pm to 8:30 pm and to be unloaded using a mechanical lift. To help monitor entries, indicate on your entry form that the pumpkin is over 400 pounds and include a cell phone number. Pumpkins 400 pounds and over must be on a pallet and a pumpkin sling is recommended for each entry. Pumpkins 400 pounds and over will be loaded at 7:30 pm on the final Sunday. Pumpkins over 400 pounds and delivered at another time will be required to hire their own fork lift to off load their pumpkin and weights may not be taken because scales may not be available. Cost is approximately $40-$50. If you are running late, please notify the Agriculture Department . Side stems must be cut to 1".


Class

01

Giant Pumpkin Contest (determined by weight)



Division 125 - Largest / Longest / Tallest

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $15, 2nd - $10 and 3rd - $5. Best of Show will receive $75.

*Entry will consist of one item per class.


Class

01

Cabbage - Largest, *determined by weight

06

Potato - Largest, *determined by weight

02

Carrot - Longest, *determined by length

07

Sunflower Stalk - Tallest, *determined by height

03

Corn Stalk - Tallest, *determined by height

08

Tomato - Largest, *determined by weight

04

Green Bean - Longest, *determined by length

09

Watermelon - Largest, *determined by weight

05

Pepper - Largest, *determined by weight

10

Zucchini – Largest, *determined by weight





Division 126 - Squash, Pumpkins & Watermelons

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $15, 2nd - $10 and 3rd - $5. *Exceptions: Champion Pumpkin, Squash & Watermelon - $25 and Governor's Watermelon Sweepstakes - 1st -$30, 2nd - $20 and 3rd - $10.

Judging will be on type & quality. **Make sure to see if (1) or (2) specimens are required.

Class


01

Pumpkin or Fall Squash - Any other variety not listed (1)

12

Zucchini - Baking (longer than 10") (2)

02

Pumpkins - Large Field (2)

13

Zucchini - Slicing (under 10“ long) (2)

03

Pumpkins - Miniature (2)

Champion Squash

04

Pumpkins - Small Sugar (2) * under 10 lbs.

14

Watermelon - Icebox Type (under 10 lbs) (1)

Champion Pumpkin

15

Watermelon - Long Green (1)

05

Squash - Butternut (2)

16

Watermelon - Long Grey (1)

06

Squash - Cushaw (2)

17

Watermelon - Long Striped (1)

07

Squash - Hubbard (2)

18

Watermelon - Round Green (1)

08

Squash - Summer (any variety) (2)
19
Watermelon - Round Striped (1)

09

Squash - Table Queen or Acorn (2)

Champion Watermelon *excludes -- Governors Watermelon

10

Squash - Winter (any variety) (2)

20
Governors Watermelon Sweepstakes - (4) melons of (2) or more varieties. *Winner to present melon to Governor on Governors Day

11

Squash - Yellow (2)

Division 127 - Vegetables

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $15, 2nd - $10 and 3rd - $5. Champion Onions, Peppers, Potatoes & Tomatoes will receive a rosette. Overall Champion in the division will receive an additional $25.

Class


01

Beans, Lima: Shelled (1 cup) of pods (12)

17

Peppers, Banana (6)

02

Beans, Snap; Green or Yellow (12)

18

Peppers, Cayenne (6)

03

Beets, Table (6)

19

Peppers, Habanera (6)

04

Broccoli (2 bunches)

20

Peppers, Jalapeno (6)

05

Cantaloupe / Muskmelons or Related Melons (2)

21

Peppers, Mango or Bell (6)

06

Carrots (6)

22

Peppers, Any other hot variety not named *Must specify type (6)

07

Cauliflower (2)

23

Potatoes, Any Gold Variety (10)

08

Cucumbers, Pickling (6)

24

Potatoes, Any Red Variety (10)

09

Cucumbers, Slicers (6)

25

Potatoes, Any Russet Variety (10)

10

Eggplant (2)

26

Potatoes, Any White Variety (10)

11

Garlic (6)

27

Potatoes, Sweet, Any variety, (10)

12

Onion - Red, (10)

28

Tomatoes (6)
13 Onion - White, (10)
29

Tomatoes Roma (6)
14 Onion - Yellow, (10)
30

Tomatoes, Cherry or Ornamental (12)
15 Okra (12)

31

Turnips, fall grown (6)

16

Peppers, Anaheim (6)

32

Unusual Vegetable in shape or size



Division 128 - Vegetable Collections

Premiums awarded for this division are 1st - $25, 2nd - $15 and 3rd - $10. *Exception is Class #10 which will award 1st - $50, 2nd - $30 and 3rd $15. Best of Show will receive $25.

Farm Produce Display - will have approx. 2' x 2' area to display in. In selecting vegetables for exhibit the following should be considered: condition, uniformity of size and color, freedom from blemishes, disease and insect damage, and trueness to variety type.

The following classes are judged on the produce “plus” the arrangement display / presentation. Be creative on your presentations. **Check requirements

Class

01 Collection of Apples - Submit (30) apples. Must have between 3 – 5 varieties in collection 06 Collection of Pumpkins - 3 Varieties (1 of each)
02 Collection of Gourds (an exhibit of at least 5, but no more than 10. Gourds to be judged on the display) 07 Collection: Red, Yellow, and White Onion (10 of each variety)
03 Collection of Herbs - must have 10 different varieties 08 Collection of Watermelons, 3 varieties – (1 ea)
04 Collection of Peppers-three different named varieties (must include at least 1 hot & 1 sweet variety of 6 specimens ea.) 09 Collections of Winter Squashes of 3 varieties (1 of each)

05

Collection Potatoes, Variety (3 varieties, 10 each)
10 Farm Produce Display - display 4 - 10 different kinds of produce in a container turned on side as though basket was spilled, not arranged. Container size can be no larger than a bushel. Exhibit must be arranged by exhibitor & observed by the Agriculture Staff during process

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