Premium Book

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Premium Checks will NOT be given during the week of the Fair.

Exhibitors may pick up their premium checks at the Premium Office on Wednesday August 26th and Thursday August 27th from 9:00am – 4:00pm.

The LCF will not mail premium checks unless the Premium Office has been provided with a self-addressed stamped envelope by the Exhibitor.

Premium Checks not cashed within 60 days will be forfeited.

2019 premium book


4H & FFA Group Exhibits – Dept. 10

1. Entries due by July 15 and should be sent to: Lawrence County Fair Premium Office, 464 Midway Road, New Castle, PA 16101. 2. Please indicate on the entry form whether wall space or table space is needed along with any specific instructions.

DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 201 4-H CLUB EXHIBITS

2019  Theme: "I PLEDGE TO...." 1. Each exhibit should promote 4-H and the individual club. 2. The Extension office has information about the size and shape of the space available. 3. Entries MUST BE approved by an Extension representative. PREMIUMS:....1st - $20 2nd - $15 3rd - $10 4th - $8 other worthy - $5


CLASS: 1. Dairy Clubs 2. Family Living Clubs 3. Horse 4. Livestock Clubs 5. Small Animals 6. Miscellaneous Clubs


DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 202 FFA EXHIBITS


1. Competition open to one exhibit from each FFA Chapter in Lawrence County and to the Lawrence-Beaver-Butler Area Chapter. 2.The rules and score card are available from Vocational Agriculture Teachers. 3. Entry blanks shall show size of space requested. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $25 2nd - $22 3rd - $20 4th - $18 5th - $15


CLASS: 1. Future Farmers of America

4H & Vocational Exhibitors Rules

4-H AND VOCATIONAL EXHIBITS Entries must be received by July 15, 2019

Eligibility: Limited to members enrolled in 4-H Clubs and/or Vocational classes in Lawrence County. 4-H Club members must have passed their eighth birthday, but not have passed their nineteenth by January 1, this year. Exhibitors must be members of a regularly organized 4-H Club, carrying a project in the field in which they wish to make an entry by June 1, preceding the Fair. Extension representatives shall approve all entries prior to the fair. Students enrolled in an accepted vocational school curriculum must be conducting a project in the class in which they wish to make an entry. Students enrolled in general home economics in a comprehensive high school are considered as qualifying. All entries shall be approved prior to the Fair by a member of the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Penn State Cooperative Extension staff or their designated representative. The 4-H or FFA member must be present, and have charge of his or her animal at the time of judging or the auction sale, unless excused by the show or sale committee. Should a member be excused, the animal must be shown or presented for sale by another Lawrence County 4-H or FFA dairy or livestock member.

Rules and Regulations, including Animal Health Rules, apply to 4-H and Vocational classes and exhibitors.


Good Housekeeping Awards

All 4-H Livestock Exhibitors in  Dairy, Beef, Goats, Horse, Poultry, Rabbits, Sheep & Swine, who maintain the most attractive and sanitary display exhibits will be eligible for awards Tuesday through Saturday. (See Rules and Regulations for the basis of scoring.) These awards are available from Lawrence County 4-H Development Committee to 4-H exhibitors with one or more animals. 4-H exhibitors with five or more animals have the option of being judged in the Open Contest.

LAWRENCE COUNTY JR LIVESTOCK ASSOCIATION RULES & REGULATIONS FOR MARKET ANIMALS 2019

General Livestock Rules: Show dates and weigh-in for the fair will be listed in the Lawrence County Fair Book. We will show by classes in the Premium Book. 1.A.  All steers in order to participate in the show and sale, must be tagged by the Saturday after Thanksgiving previous to the show year. All beef animals will be beef sired. (9 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.)  All Steers must be on halter. 1.B.  Market Lambs in order to participate in the show and sale, must be tagged by the third Saturday of May previous to show. (8 a.m. until 11:00 am.) 1.B. & 1.C. In conjunction with state law, sheep and goats must have proper Identification (scrapie tags or tattoo) to enter the fairgrounds. If a sheep or goat enters the fairgrounds without the scrapie tag or tattoo, it will not be permitted off the truck nor will it be tagged. 1.C.  Meat Goats in order to participate in the show and sale, must be tagged by the third Saturday of May previous to show. (8 a.m. until 11:00 am.) Meat goats must be disbudded, banded, or clean castrated by initial weigh-in. Meat goats must be born after November 1 of the previous year. Animals will be judged in weight classes, not by breeds. All meat goats must have health papers at check in at the Fair. 1.D.  Market Swine in order to participate in the show and sale, must be tagged by the third Saturday of May previous to the show. (8 am until 11:00 am.) 1.E. Meat Rabbits in order to participate in the show and sale, must be weighed in and tattooed at least 15 days prior to the Fair
    • Rabbits may be disqualified for health problems and weight
    • Meat pens must consist of three rabbits of the same variety.
    • If judge disqualifies any one animal the entire pen is disqualified.
    • All qualifying animals must be sold at the Fair.
    • Any rabbit club member joining after May 1, will not be able to exhibit or sell meat rabbits at the fair until the following year.
    • Rabbits in meat pen cannot be over 70 days old on entry
    • Meat pens will be health certified on entry
    • Does must be present at weigh-in.
1.F. All Market Animals must be tagged with Association approved tags, and on feed by the designated date to show and sell in the Livestock Show and Sale at the Lawrence County Fair unless prior arrangements have been made to tag earlier than the listed date. If a tag is lost, the leader must be contacted immediately. 1.G. All 4-H and FFA market animals must be identified to an individual owner by the end of the initial tagging for each species. 1.H. Chicken meat pens in order to participate in the show and sale, must be weighed in and tattooed at least 21 days prior to the Fair.
    • Chickens may be disqualified for health problems and weight.
    • Meat pens must consist of three chickens of the same variety.
    • If judge disqualifies any one animal the entire pen is disqualified.
    • All qualifying animals must be sold at the fair
2. Exhibitors must be members of a regularly organized Lawrence County 4-H or FFA Chapter. Any show or sale changes or suggestions by any interested party can be made in writing to the Board of Directors of the Livestock Association for their consideration. 3. Number of Animals weighed and exhibited is at the discretion of the Board of Directors:
  • Rabbits tag 2 pens (up to 6 rabbits) and show and sell 1 pen
  • Beef tag 2 animals, show 2 live, sell 1
  • Sheep tag 4 animals, show 4 live, sell up to 2 (see rule 3a)
  • Swine tag 3 animals, show 2 live, animals sell 1,
  • Goats tag 3 animals, show 2, live, animals, sell 1
  • Chickens tag 10 birds, show 3 as a pen, sell one pen
* In the event that a member tags 3 pigs/goats, the third may be used for carcass, but only 2 can be shown live. 3a. Members must sell one live animal per species that the member exhibits (pen of rabbits = 1). One animal per species with the exception of lambs in which two lambs must be sold individually (if the members has more than one lamb) if lambs are the only species that the member exhibits and sells. 4.  A member may only take his or her animals across the scales 1 time at either the spring or fair weigh- Animals will not be re-weighed. 5.  The member must sell the top placing animal of each species that he/she exhibits among their entries. If multiple animals of the same species place the same in the show, the member will choose which one to sell. Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion animals must be sold. If the same exhibitor owns both the champion and reserve champion, that exhibitor will be permitted to sell both. 5a. If an exhibitor has more than one animal in a Grand Championship run, that exhibitor will be asked to lead each animal at some point during that run. 5b. Any steer tagged by May 30 can be kept for the Pennsylvania Farm Show provided he/she lets the committee know following the show, but before 8 p.m. Tuesday night. If this is the highest placing, the second animal must be sold. Any steers to show at the Keystone International must let the committee know following the show, but before 8 p.m. Tuesday – showing proof the steer is entered. 5c. A member may declare a goat, lamb or hog at the fair weigh-in for Farm Show. In the event a member declares an animal for Farm Show, he/she will be permitted to sell the next lower placing animal instead, or no animal at all if it is their only one in that species. In the event that the declared animal becomes Grand or Reserve Grand Champion, it must sell and will not be tagged for Farm Show. If possible, animals declared for Farm Show will be tagged prior to leaving the fair. 6.  All members of all species must notify the sale committee within 2 hours after the show if both animals are the same placing, if not notified, the sale committee will select the heavier animal for the sale. 7.  All animals must be castrated. No stags, bulls, rams, bucks or boars can be shown or sold. No sick or inferior animals can be shown or sold as determined by the show and sale committee. 8.  Market hogs can be gilts or barrows for the Junior Show. Market lambs can be ewes or wethers for the Junior Show. Goats can be either does or wethers for the Junior Show. 9.  The 4-H & FFA record books must be turned in and completed up to date at fair weigh-in or you won’t be placed in a class for show or sale. The leaders will make the decision and tell members if they can’t show. All books will be turned in at weigh-in time and will be returned. Books must be completed after the sale and turned in by 6:00 p.m. Saturday of the Fair. 10.  Extra animals will need to be designated at the scales at the time of weigh-in at the Fair. 11.  All 4-H & FFA members must submit to their club leaders an addressed and stamped thank you letter or card to their buyer from the Jr. Livestock Sale with their project books, by 6:00 p.m., Saturday evening of the fair. Club leaders will be provided a buyer directory after each species finishes selling. In addition, those members winning trophies and banners must also submit an addressed and stamped thank you card or letter to their leader at the same time. Addresses of trophy and banner sponsors can be obtained from your club leader or from the 4-H/FFA office on the fair grounds. Cards and letters will be then mailed on the Monday after the Fair. Members not submitting thank you letters or cards to their leaders, will have their sale checks held until they have done so. 12a. See NW Regional Rules for Weight requirements. All market animals that do not meet the standard weight requirement are permitted to be taken off the fair grounds by 4:00 p.m. on Monday of the fair. If a family exercises their right to remove the light weight animals, they must first let that species executive Fair Director, their 4-H or FFA leaders, and the 4-H agent know of their intentions. 12b. Rabbits 3-5 pounds per head (If any one of the required three per pen weigh over 8 pounds or under 3 pounds, the entire pen will not be allowed to show or sell.). 12c. Chicken meat pens shall weigh between 6-11 pounds per head (If any one of the required three per pen weigh over 11 pounds or under 6 pounds, the entire pen will not be allowed to show or sell.) 13.  All exhibitors must be present to weigh, show, and sell their own animals. If a member cannot show or sell his/her animal(s), he/she must be excused by the show or sale committee, then another Lawrence County 4-H or FFA Livestock member must show or sell the animal. If there is not enough 4-H or FFA Livestock members available, the show committee can decide who should be allowed to show as long as they are a Lawrence County 4-H or FFA member. 14.  Exhibitors must follow all health rules of the Lawrence County Fair within 30 days of the show, except the respiratory complex (shipping fever) shots including IBR. No steers for slaughter are allowed these shots within 30 days of the show. Shipping fever shots prior to 30 days of the show will be allowed. (Animals consigned to the sale shall not receive any treatment with drugs or biologics within the withdrawal time period to slaughter). 15.  No 4-H or FFA member can sell their market project in another 4-H or FFA market sale and sell a market animal of the same species at the Lawrence County Jr. Livestock sale. 4-H members are not permitted to exhibit the same project in multiple counties in PA. 4-H members are also not permitted to sell in another county’s livestock sale if he or she sells in Lawrence County. 16.  Each 4-H or FFA member is responsible for his/her animal, including feeding, watering, and general care until the animal(s) leave the grounds. The Fair Board may elect to deduct costs from the owner’s premiums in the event care is not provided. 17.  All 4-H and FFA members showing steers must demonstrate before a committee, comprised of an extension agent, a Vo-Ag Instructor, a Fair Board director, and one additional member of the Lawrence County Junior Livestock Director’s Board, that the steer is under control by leading the steer in the designated area of the show arena. If judged unsafe by the committee, the animal is to be removed immediately from the fairgrounds. The walk through will take place Sunday night of the fair at 7:00 p.m., or immediately following the steer weigh-in. Members whose steer fails to pass the walk through will be given 30 minutes to re-enter the ring and attempt to pass again. Members not completing walk through will be ineligible to exhibit his or her animal. 18a. The Livestock Sale will be held as listed in the Fair Premium Book. 18b. Check off money $1.00 Beef, 0.4% Hogs, $.07 per lb Lambs. 18c. Sale costs: A percentage of the sale gross will be deducted from members to pay for all the sale costs. 18d. All Livestock Sale checks not cashed within 60 days will be forfeited to the Jr. Livestock Association. 19.  Fitting 19a. All market lambs must be slick sheared and have no measurable wool on the body at the time of fair weigh-in. Wool may be left on the legs below the knees and hocks, but must be fitted for the show and sale. 19b. Each youth is responsible for the fitting of his/her animal. 19c. The use of all paints, coloring agents, and artificial additions (bone builder, hair, fins) is prohibited. Use of these items will be deemed unethical and the participant youth in violation will be disqualified and ineligible to compete (or sell) during that show year. 20.     Showing. 20a. Showing Swine. Tubes, canes, and whips are the only tools to be used in showing swine. No other movement tools will be permitted. 21.  Dress Code: Long pants (no hip huggers) or dress: collared buttoned shirt with or without sleeves; 4-H & FFA or club T-shirt. NO other logo shirts. NO baggy or cut-off pants; NO shorts or hats; Recommended that proper shoes be worn. NO sandals. NO farm shirts during judging & showing but are allowed for the Sale. 22.  Animals losing ear tags must be reported to the Extension Office of FFA advisor immediately (48 hours). Animals missing ear tags at fair weigh-in without having contacted the Extension Office will not be weighed. 23.  All youth exhibiting market animals through the Jr. Livestock Program, must complete the annual Quality Animal Management (QAM) Training annually. 24.  All youth are encouraged to complete the Pennsylvania Meat Animal Quality Assurance Program (MAQA) and receive Level 3 PQA Certification. 25.  Showmanship: Members may show an animal in the showmanship contest, provided it has been carried as a project and is owned by the member. In cases of project animal illness or death, individual consideration will be taken into account by the executive show committee. 26.  When an exhibitor, parent, guardian, 4-H leader, coach, agent or representative acting in behalf of an exhibitor is guilty of unsportsmanlike or unethical conduct, the Lawrence County Jr. Livestock Association may require the 4-H or FFA member to return all trophies and ribbons, forfeit premiums won, and may suspend the 4-H or FFA member and the animal(s) involved for such a period as judged appropriate from participation in 4-H and FFA roundups in Lawrence County. A parent, guardian, 4-H leader, coach, agent or representative acting in behalf of an exhibitor deemed guilty of unsportsmanlike conduct may also be prohibited for such a period as judged appropriate from participation in all 4-H and FFA activities. Persons deemed guilty of unsportsmanlike conduct may be expelled from the show facilities at the direction of the Jr. Livestock Association. The results of such committee action will be sent in writing to the appropriate Penn State Extension District Director, Educator, or FFA Advisor. 27.  All exhibitors must establish a Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship and complete the Animal Owner or Caretaker’s Verification of Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship form provided by either the Extension Office or from the Fair Premium

2019 Lawrence County Jr. Livestock Carcass Show Rules

  1. Only Lawrence County 4-H and FFA members 8 years of age or older as of January 1 with a steer, hog, lamb, or goat project which was weighed in are eligible to participate in the carcass class. They must also have another project animal of the carcass species to exhibit in the live show.
  2. Individuals may enter only one species in the carcass class, and completion of an entry will not guarantee placement in the show. Show size will be determined based on the cooler space at the slaughter house. The determined number of animals in the carcass show will be selected using member age as the criteria.
  3. Carcass animals must be registered through the Fair. Carcass entry forms must be submitted to the Fair Office by yearly Fair deadline of July 15.
  4. Prior to showing the animal, the 4-H or FFA member must secure a buyer for the carcass and provide this information to Jr. Livestock at the time of fair entry. However, those carcasses selected as Grand or Reserve Champions will be sold at the Jr. Livestock sale, making prior arrangements void. Arrangements to remove carcasses from the slaughter house are the responsibility of the owner.
  5. Carcass animals will be removed from the Fairgrounds on Sunday evening or Monday morning and slaughtered on Monday or Tuesday for judging. The Association will make the hauling arrangements.
  6. The member having a champion or reserve champion carcass will be allowed to sell an additional live project animal of that species at the Jr. Livestock Sale.
  7. Each member with a carcass animal must complete a supplement to their project book summarizing the carcass portion of their project.
  8. Carcass animals must meet all health requirements required for the Fair.
  9. All carcass animals will be evaluated.

4H Project Round Up – Dept. 10

Contact: Cassidy Baker - 724-654-8370

DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 13 4-H VEGETABLES


Submit entries from 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM on Saturday, August 10, 2019 PREMIUMS:..... 1st - $3.00 2nd - $2.50 3rd - $2.00 CLASS: (Number of required specimens) 1. Beans, Lima (10) Beans, Snap 2. Flat green pods (10) 3. Round green pods (10) 4, Wax (yellow) pods (10) 5. Beets, Round - topped (3) 6. Broccoli (1 head) 7. Brussels sprouts (1 pint) Cabbage (1 head) 8. Flat 9. Round 10. Red 11. Carrots, topped (5) 12. Cauliflower (1 head) 13. Celery (1 plant in soil) 14. Corn - Sweet (5 -husk on) Cucumbers 15. Pickling, under 5” (5) 16. Slicing, over 5” (3) 17. Eggplant (1) 18. Garlic (5 bulbs) Gourds 19. Small type (3) 20. Large type (1) 21. Mini decorative pumpkin gourds (3) Herbs (2 sprigs in water) 22. Basil 23. Chives (clump in pot) 24. Cilantro 25. Dill 26. Fennel 27. Lemon Balm 28. Mint 29. Oregano 30. Parsley, curly 31. Parsley, flat 32. Rosemary 33. Sage 34. Thyme 35. Other herb not listed 36. Kohlrabi (1) 37. Lettuce (1 plant in soil) Onions, bulbs topped (5) 38. Red 39. White 40. Yellow 41. Peas (10 pods, full) Peppers Sweet (3) 42. Bell 43. Frying Peppers, Hot (3) 45. Long 46. Round 47. Small Potatoes (5) 48. Red 49. White Pumpkins (1) 50. Field, Large 51. Sugar Pie, Small 52. Radishes (5) Squash - Summer (1) 53. Crookneck 54. Straight neck 55. Zucchini - long 56. Zucchini - round 57. Other summer squash Squash - Winter (1) 58. Acorn 59. Butternut 60. Other winter squash 61. Swiss Chard (1 plant in soil) Tomatoes - Green (5) 62. Large - round 63. Plum Tomatoes - Red (5) 64.Cherry 65.Grape 66. Large - round 67.Plum 68. Other Vegetable not listed

DEPT. 10 SECTION 14 4-H FRUIT

Entries must be brought to the Fair from 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM on Sat. August 10, 2019. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $4.00        2nd - $3.00           3rd - $2.00 CLASS (Number of required specimens) 1. Cantaloupe or Muskmelon (1 melon) 2. Raspberry (1 cane in soil) 3. Strawberry (1 plant in soil) 4. Watermelon (1 melon) 5. Other fruit not listed

DEPT. 10 SECTION 15 4-H FOODS & NUTRITION

Entries must arrive at the Fair on Thursday, August 8, 2019 by assignment. Posters should be at least 8.5 x 11 and no larger than 14 x 22. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.00 CLASS (Number of required specimens) Global Gourmet 1. Baked Product - recipe & information on how it is served in country  (1/3 baked product) 2. Baked (4 smaller items) and information on how they would be served in country. (Country must be labeled & recipe included.) 3.  A loaf of round bread from a country or culture outside the U.S. 4.  A plate of 4 rolls, pretzels, tortillas or smaller breads from a country or culture outside the U.S. 5.  A poster about a specific bread and information about the country or culture the bread represents. Include the recipe (does not have to be from the project book.) Cake Decorating - cake form can be used 6.  First year 7.  Second year Candy – 4 pieces on a 6” paper plate 8. Molded candy - Mints 24. Molded Chocolate 9. Molded Lollipops 10. Molded Chocolate 11. Fudge Cookies – 4 cookies on 6” paper plate 12. Pressed Cookies 13. Filled Cookies 14. Sliced Cookies 15. Fancy Cookies Microwave Projects - Bag of Tricks - Year 1 16. Poster 17. Granola in 1/2 pint jar 18. Food Safe Snack (2-3 pieces) 19. Food Safe Dessert 20. Microwave Fudge (4 pieces) Cooking 101 21. Cornbread (2 pcs.) or (2)cornbread muffins 22. Oatmeal Muffin (2) 23. Chewy Granola Bars (2) 24. Coffee Cake or One Layer Quick Mix Yellow Cake (using recipe in project bk) 25. Peanut Butter Cookies or Oatmeal Drop Cookies (3) 26. Brownies or Bar Cookie (3) Beyond the Grill: 27.  Poster showing how to pack a cooler or other outdoor food safety topic. 28.  Notebook collection of 5-10 recipes you have prepared in your project, include at least one Dutch Oven recipe. 29.  Poster with outdoor party preparation time. Intermediate 4H Food Projects Cooking 201: 30.  One any size loaf or one of the following variation of basic quick bread in the project book: Apple Bread, Banana Bread, Carrot-Orange Bread, Orange-Nut Bread or Whole Grain Bread. 31.  Three cheese muffins without bacon 32.  Two biscuits 33.  One 8x8 or 9x9 banana snack cake 34.  One 8x8 funny cake or wacky cake. 35.  Four snickerdoodle cookies 36.  Poster on one of the following topics: meal planning, cooking with ground beef, buying fruits and vegetables or reading a food label. 37.  Two Scones 4H Cooking 301: 38.  Three of one type of shaped roll, such as bow knots, cloverleaf rolls, coils, cresents, fantans, figure eights, horseshoes, lucky clover, parkerhouse rolls, pinwheels, twin rolls, or twists using the basic dinner rolls or whole wheat roll recipe. 39.  Two soft pretzels 40.  One loaf of basic yeast bread (white or other variety) or white batter bread 41.  One round or square of cinnamon rolls (8 or 9 inch pan) with icing 42.  One loaf (any type) of bread made in a bread machine 43.  One layer of one of the following unfrosted cake: white cake, chocolate cake, oatmeal cake or carrot cake 44.  Poster of one of the following topics: outdoor cooking, slow cooking, yeast breads, types of flour, types of grains, making butter, kitchen equipment (lg) or kitchen gadgets. Beginner 4H Foods Projects Snack Attack: 45.  Popcorn trail mix (one cup) in a clear food container 46.  Three peanut butter cookies 47.  Three oatmeal muffins 48.  Poster of one of the following topics: nutrient dense foods, choosing fruits and vegetables, reading a nutrition label, or snack selection 49.  Poster with record of your physical activity for 1 week, incl. time spent & type of activity. Science Fun with Kitchen Chemistry: 50.  Poster of one of the 11 food experiment in the project book. Include observations an results of experiments on the poster. 51.  One item made from experiments in the project book.  Choose only from experiments 1, 10 or 11.  

DEPARTMENT 10 4-H FLORAL EXHIBITS

1. Entries must arrive between 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM on Saturday, August 10, 2019. 2. Exhibits must be cut flowers grown by the exhibitor and conform to the number of blooms, spikes, or stems, as specified. Uniformity of height, color or size is an important factor in evaluating entries. 3. Each entry must be of one color and variety unless otherwise stated. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $3.00 2nd - $2.00 3rd - $1.00

DEPT. 10 SECTION 171 ANNUALS

CLASS: (Number of required specimens) 1. Ageratum (3 blooms) 2. Asters (5 blooms) 3. Bachelor Buttons (5 stems) 4. Bells of Ireland (3 stems) 5. Calendula (5 blooms) Celosia 6. Crested (1 stem) 7. Plume (3 stems) 8. Cleoma (spider plant) (3 stems) Cosmos (5 blooms) 9. Standard - Pink, White or Red 10. Bright lights - Orange / Yellow Dahlia 11. Large type (1 bloom) 12. Small type (3 blooms) Gladiola (1 spike) 13. Lavender 14.Pink 15. Purple 16. Red 17. Salmon 18. White 19. Yellow 20. Bi-color - Pinks, Oranges 21. Bi-color - Browns, Lavenders 22. Bi-color - Yellows 23. Globeamaranth (5 stems) Marigold, African - large flower (3) 24. Orange 25. Yellow Marigold, French - small flower (5) 26. Brown - double 27. Orange - double 28. Yellow - double 29. Single 30. Nasturtium (5 blooms) 31. Pansy (5 blooms) Petunia (5 blooms) 32. Single Bi-color 33. Single Blue or Purple 34. Single Magenta 35. Single Pink 36. Single Red 37. Single White 38. Double Petunia - (3 blooms) Salvia (3 spikes) 39. Blue 40. Purple 41. Red 42. White Snapdragon (3 spikes) 43. Solid color 44. Bi-color 45. Strawflowers - mixed colors (5) Sunflowers - any (1 stalk in water) 46. Double flower 47. Large, tall flower 48. Small, multi-stemmed flower 49. Small, single flower 50. Sweet peas - mixed (5 stems) 51. Verbena (3 stems) Violas (5 blooms) 52. Bi-color 53. Single color Zinnia (3 blooms) 54. Large, over 2” 55. Small, under 2" 56. Other annual not listed (3 blooms)

DEPT. 10 SECTION 172 PERENNIALS

CLASS (Number of required specimens) 1. Chrysanthemums (3 stems) 2. Cone flowers (3 blooms) 3. Daylily (1 stalk) 4. Dianthus (5 blooms) 5. Gaillarda (3 blooms) 6. Hibiscus (1 bloom) 7. Hydrangea (3 stems) 8. Lily (1 stalk) 9. Rudbeckia or Gloriosa Daisy (3 blooms) 10. Sweet Peas (5 stems) Roses 11. Bi-color (1 bloom) 12. Solid color (1bloom) 13. Other Perennial not listed (3 blooms)

DEPT. 10 SECTION 173 FOLIAGE AND HOUSE PLANTS

Entries should contain one specimen per container unless otherwise specified. CLASS: 1. African Violet Begonia (in bloom) 2. Wax type/fibrous – rooted 3. African type/tuberous - rooted 4. Cactus (Single specimen) 5. Aloe vera 6. Christmas Cactus 7. Cactus garden 8. Coleus 9. Ferns Geraniums 10. Bedding or common type 11. Scented 12. Hens and Chicks Impatiens 13. Common, shade type 14. New Guinea Ivy 15. Ivy - English 16. Variegated Ivy 17. Other Ivy 18. Jade 19. Kalancho 20. Nephthytis 21. Peperomia 22. Philodendron 23. Pink spotted plant 24. Pothos 25. Potted Palm 26. Sansevieria (hahnii) 27. Shamrocks 28. Snake Plant 29. Spider Plant 30. Succulent 31. Wandering Jew 32. Other House Plant not listed 33. Planter Box - must contain at least 3 specimens, may be flowering or foliage house or garden plants 34. Dish Garden - must contain at least 3 specimens. Each specimen must be a different type of plant. May contain flowering or foliage house or garden plants. 35. Hanging Basket - must be assembled by member. Any number of specimens permitted.

DEPT. 10 SECTION 174 ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS

1. Securely anchor arrangements so they can be handled. 2. Maximum care will be taken of the containers and accessories, but the Fair cannot be held responsible for any damage or loss. 3. Plants & flowers used MUST be real. 4. Artistic arrangements made with purchased flowers will be disqualified. CLASS 1. Wildflower arrangement. Conservation rules must be used. 2. Arrangement of one variety of flowers 3. Arrangement using tints, shades of one color of flowers. 4. Arrangemnt for any holiday

DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 181 4-H CLOTHING

Entries must arrive at the on Thursday, August 8 by assignment. PREMIUMS:..... 1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.00

CLASS: Level 1 –Beginners Division Sew Much Fun 1. Shorts with elastic or drawstring waistband 2. Skirts with elastic or drawstring waistband 3. Pants with elastic or drawstring waistband 4. Skort with elastic or drawstring waistband 5. Apron 6. Other item with elastic or drawstring waistband 7. Shirt 8. Blouse 9. Costume 10. Lounge Pants 11. Dress with casing or simple closure 12. Vest 13. Instant top, skirt, or dress using a pre-shirred fabric or cut-out 14. Other clothing item Sew Much More 15. Travel, sewing caddy or pocket on beach towel 16. Draft dodger 17. Pot holders or oven mitt 18. Pillow 19. Pillow Case 20. Body Pillow 21. Pajama tote, laundry, or gym bag 22. Simple accessory 23. Wall hanging 24. Quillo 25. Other item not listed Stitch by Stitch 26. Choose One Option: (1) Sampler with a variety of hand stitches/patches, (2) decorative stitching on garment (purchased or sewn), (3) other hand-stitched garment or accessory. Intermediate Level 2 27. Knits – T-shirts and slacks 28. Knits – T-shirts and shorts 29. Knits – T-shirt and skirt or culottes 30. Beach cover-up 31. Jogging suit 32. Sweatshirt 33. Jacket 34. Dress 35. Play suit 36. Advanced: garment of both knit and woven construction 37. Other simple knit item Coordinates 38. Simple top and skirt with a waistband or facing 39. Vest or poncho and skirt with a waistband or facing 40. Simple top and slacks with a waistband or facing 41. Vest or poncho & slacks with a waistband or facing 42. Simple top & shorts with a waistband or facing 43. Vest or poncho & shorts with a waistband or facing 44. Simple top & jumper with a facing 45. Simple top, vest, or poncho and jumpsuit with a facing 46. Simple dress with a facing, no waistband & set-in sleeves 47. Dress with set in sleeves 48. Pants or slacks with waistband or facing & zipper 49. Other coordinates Accessories - Group of 3 accessories. (Gloves or paired items count as one.) 50. Accessories (Ages 8-12) 51. Accessories (Age 13 & over) Sewing for Other People and Other Projects 52. Home project using two time-saving techniques 53. Childcare item 54. Home environment item 55. Club banners, alter clothes, or demonstration models 56. Garment for another person 57. Other item Create Your Own Project 58. Self-determined garment 59. Display or poster 60. Project book advanced Advanced Level 3 PREMIUMS:..... 1st - 6.00 2nd - $5.00 3rd - $4.00 Separates 61. Two piece outfit - not tailored 62. Three or more pieced outfit - not tailored 63. A dress more advanced than the one outlined in the Coordinates Project Tailoring 64. Tailored Jacket or Sports Coat 65. Tailored Coat 66. Tailored Ensemble - 2 piece ensemble 67. Tailored Ensemble - 3 piece ensemble Formal Wear Special Occasion Garment 68. Gown 69. Party Dress 70. Ensemble 71. Other Creative Level Design 72. A garment or textile with applied design 73. A garment or textile created/woven from an original design 74. A garment or textile with applied trims, folds, tucks, and/or darts or recycled garment Closet Connection 75. Closet or storage aid 76. Display of improvements made 77. Wardrobe inventory (before & after) Shopping 78. Create outfit involving at least 2 shopping purchases 79. Expand wardrobe by making 2 purchases

DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 182 4-H NEEDLECRAFT

Submit entries 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM on Wednesday, August 7, 2019

PREMIUMS: 1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.00 CLASS: Weaving 1. Loom weaving 2. Other weaving Counted Cross Stitch 3. Beginner 4. Intermediate 5. Advanced Plastic Craft 6. 7-count plastic - Beginner 7. 7-count plastic - Intermediate 8. 7-count plastic - Advanced Embroidery 9. X-stitch or Cross Stitch 10. Beginner 11. Intermediate 12. Advanced Holiday Needlework 13. Christmas 14. Other holiday Other Needlework Projects 15. Cloth book 16. Wall hanging 17. Stuffed toy or animal 18. Other item Other Needlework 19. Candlewicking (French knots) 20. Chicken Scratch

DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 183 4-H TEXTILE ARTS

Submit entries 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM on Wednesday, August 7, 2019. PREMIUMS: 1st - $5.00        2nd - $4.00        3rd - $3.00

Crocheting 1. Beginner 2. Intermediate Knitting 3. Beginner 4. Intermediate Other 5. Loom Knitting 6. Felted Item

DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 191 4-H HANDCRAFTS

Submit entries 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM on Wednesday, August 7, 2019.

PREMIUMS:..... 1st - $4.00      2nd - $3.00       3rd - 2.00 CLASS: Angel 1. Beaded 2. Wooden 3. Other Applique on Item 4. Fabric Applique 5. Iron-On - 6. Transfer Applique Baskets 7. Decorated 8. Handmade Beadwork 9. Plastic - melt beads 10. Pony beads - Key Chain 11. Pony beads - Other 12. Faceted Acrylic/Plastic Beads 13. Glass Beads 14. Seed Beads Candle Wax Art 15. Decorative 16. Layered 17. Molded 18. Beeswax Christmas Decorations 19. Creche 20. Decorated Christmas Tree 21. Santa Creation - Wooden 22. Santa Creation - Other 23. Snowman Creation - Wooden 24. Snowman Creation - Other 25. Stocking 26. Tree ornament –Beaded 27. Tree ornament – Painted 28. Tree ornament -Set-of 3 29. Tree ornament – Other 30. Wall Hanging 31. Wreath 32. Other Christmas item Collage Art 33. Beginner 34. Advanced 35. Decorated Candleholder Decorated Mask 36. Foam 37. Plaster 38. Other Decorated Paper Goods 39. Bag 40. Card 41. Other Decorated Straw Hat 42. Decorative 43. Novelty Decorated Wearing Apparel 44. Headwear 45. Jewels or studs 46. Other Door Hanging 47. Holiday (not Christmas) 48. Other Wall Hanging 49. Holiday (not Christmas) 50. Other 51. Dream Catcher Duct Tape Crafts 52. Hair Accessory 53. Jewelry 54. Pen / Pencil 55. Pouch/Purse/Tote 56. NO CLASS 57. Wallet 58. Other Flower Arrangements 59. Dried 60. Silk 61. Other Foam Art 62. 2-Dimentional - under 5" 63. 2-Dimensional - over 5" 64. 3-Dimensional 65. Gallery Glass Window Sticker Hair Accessories 66. Barette 67. Headband 68. Other Hand Painting on Items 69. Wearing Apparel 70. Household Items 71. Other item not listed Hooked Items 72. Picture/Wall Hanging 73. Pillows 74. Rugs 75. Other Inspirational 76. Large - over 8" 77. Small - under 8" Jewelry 78. Bracelet 79. Earrings 80. Necklace 81. Set of Jewelry 82. Other Models 83. Metal 84. Plastic 85. Wooden Mosaic 86. Foam 87. Glass 88. Other Natural Materials 89. Gourds 90. Other Paper Mache 91. Hand formed 92. Pre-made Form Puppet 93. Foam 94. Paper 95. Other Recycle/Repurpose 96. Cardboard/Egg Carton 97. Glass Items 98. Magazine/Newspaper/Paper 99. Metal 100. Plastic Bags 101. Plastic Bottles 102. Other Refrigerator Magnet 103. Large - over 4" 104. Small - under 4" 105. Set of 2 or more Rubber Band Crafts 106. NO CLASS 107. Charm 108. Jewelry 110. Other Sand Art 111. Layered 112. Picture 113. Other Scrapbook 114. Single Page 115. Collection - at least 6 pages Seasonal Decoration (not Christmas) 116. Easter Creation 117. Fall Creation 118. Halloween Creation 119. Patriotic Creation 120. Valentine's Day 121. Other Holiday 122.Stenciling on Cloth String Art 123. Miscellaneous 124. On wood Suncatcher 125. Mobile 126. Single - Melted Beads 127. Single - Painted - Beginner 128. Single - Painted - Advanced 129. Other Wreath 130. Cloth 131. Dried 132. Other Miscellaneous Arts & Crafts 133. Bulletin Board 134. Chenille Art 135. Clothes Pin Craft 136. Decorated Pencil/Pens 137. Decorated Teddy Bear 138. Decorated Trinket Box 139. Decorating on Acrylic 140. Doll 141. Eggery 142. Etched Glass 143. Felt Art 144. Key Ring 145. Macrame 146. Mobile / Banner 147. Painting on Glass 148. Parachute Cord Craft 149. Picture Frame 150. Pom-Pom Art 151.  Origami 152. Shellwork 153. Shrink art 154. Soap-making / Design 156. Tie Blanket 157. Tie-Dye 158. Tuckables 159. Wind Chimes 160. Wind Sock Other Craft Item 161. Large - over 10" 162. Small - under 10" 163. Popsicle Craft

DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 192 4-H PHOTOGRAPHY

See 4-H Leader for requirements Submit entries 8:30 AM- 9:00 AM on Wednesday, August 7, 2019.

PREMIUMS:.....1st - $6.00 2nd - $5.00 3rd - $4.00 CLASS (See 4-H Leader for requirements) 1. Adventures with your Camera Minimum of 3 each of the following - buildings, animals, landscapes (5 blooms) & people; One sequence of 2 or more pictures; All mounted in an album. 2. Exploring Photography Minimum of 8 color slides plus 3 close-ups: 5 showing good composition & 1 story-telling sequence of 5 or more. 3. Adventures with Adjustable Cameras 4. Self-Determined - Advanced

DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 193 4-H ARTS & CRAFTS

Submit entries 8:30 AM & 9:00 AM Wednesday, August 7, 2019. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $4.00 2nd - $3.00 3rd - $2.00

CLASS: 1.Calligraphy Ceramic Clay Items 2. Christmas 3. Other holiday 4. Other not listed Clay Items 5. Baked – free form 6. Baked – molded 7. Baked - other 8. Dough Art Drawings 9. Cartoon 10. Colored pencil 11. Ink 12. Pastels or charcoal 13. Pencil sketch with shading Foil Art 14. Embossed 15. Painted 16. Other 17. Glitter Art Metal Work 18. Sheet metal 19. Tin Punching 20. Wrought Iron 21. Other metal item Paintings & Pictures 22. Acrylic 23. Colored Pencil by Number 24. Magic Marker 25. Mixed Media 26. Advanced Coloring Techniques 27. Paint on Cork 28. Scratch Art - Original Design 29. Scratch Art - Pre-designed 30. Tempra Painting 31. Water Color 32. Other Picture - Beginner 33. Other Picture - Advanced Velvet Pictures 34.  Beginner- 8x10 or larger 35.  Beginner – smaller than 8x10 36.  Inter  – 8 x 10 or larger 37.  Inter - smaller than 8x10 38. Other Velvet Plastercraft 39. Plastercraft - Beginner 40. Plastercraft - Advanced Pottery 41. Decorated clay flower pot 42. Fired & Painted -Handformed by exhibitor 43. Fire & Painted- Pre-formed (purchased) Rubber Stamping 44. Cards - Beginner 45. Cards - Advanced 46. Item with added color 47.  Embossing - Beginner 48.  Embossing - Advanced 49.  Handmade Stamp Stenciling 50. On slate 51. On wood Wood - Painted 52. Birdhouse 53. Signs 54. Wooden animal 55. Wooden cut-outs 56. Other painted item - Large 57. Other painted item - Med. 58. Other painted item - Small Wood - Small Objects 59. Birdhouse 60. Toy 61. Other item – Large 62. Other item - Medium 63. Other item - Small Wood - Stained or Varnished 64. Footstool or step stool 65. Shelves 66. Toolbox 67. Other item – Large 68. Other item - Medium 69. Other item - Small 70. Woodburning Other Art Techniques 71. Decorating with Rub-Ons 72. Decoupage 73. Framed Puzzle 74. Leatherwork 75. Painting on Stone 76. Slate Painting 77. Stepping Stones 78. Tole Painting 79. Sculpture - Clay 80. Sculpture - Premolded (Legos) 81. Sculpture - Wood 82. Sculpture - Other 83. Other Artwork Large (Over 10") 84. Other Artwork Small (Under 10")

DEPT. 10 SECT. 194 4-H CHILD CARE & FAMILY RELATIONS


Submit entries 9:00 AM- 10:30 AM Wednesday, August 7, 2019 - by assignment. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $4.00       2nd - $3.00       3rd - $2.00 CLASS 1. Baby Sitting

Adult Arts & Crafts – Dept. 19

Contact: Deborah Houston 1. Open only to exhibitors 19 years and over. 2. Bring entries to the Fair on Wednesday, August 7, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, and Thursday, August 8, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Entries will not be accepted at any other time. 3. Exhibitors must have an exhibitor’s number. (Obtained from Premium Office.) 4. Exhibitors should obtain a premium book and entry tags before the Fair, and FILL OUT tags BEFORE entering. Exhibitor is responsible for the accuracy of his/her tag. Improperly entered items will be disqualified. 5. One entry per class per exhibitor. The Fair will accept only entries in the classes listed in this book. There is no charge to enter. 6. Pick up your entries on Sunday, August 18, 2019 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM. You must have your claim checks with you. The Fair is not responsible for entries not claimed at this time. 7. PROFESSIONALS MAY NOT ENTER ITEMS FOR JUDGING.

DEPT. 19 SECTION 1 ADULT PHOTOGRAPHY

1. NOTE: Due to lack of display space for this section, please limit entries to 10 per exhibitor. 2. Cover name on item with tape or sticker. 3. IMPORTANT: SIZE: 8 X 10 - NO OTHER SIZE WILL BE ACCEPTED.   If the aspect ratio of the photo you want to enter does not fit on an 8x10” sheet you may have your photo printed with a white border so that your photo retains it’s aspect ratio and still fits on a 8x10. 4.  Photographs must not be matted and/or framed. Place photo in the provided sheet protector. 4. Digitally Enhanced includes Photo-shopped. JUDGING: Photographs will be judged on impact & creativity, technical, composition, subject matter, storytelling and communication. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.00 CLASS: 1. Animals - Domestic                                           8. Night Photography 2. Animal - Wildlife                                               9. People 3. Macro/Details                                                  10. Plants / Flowers 4. Digital Darkroom                                             11. Lawrence County Fair 5. Dominant Color (Monotone)                        12. Motion Blurr 6. Food                                                                    13. Design (Perspective/Line) 7. Nature/Landscape                                           14. Hand Coloring Categories: Animals Domestic - animals that have an extensive relationship with humans. Examples: cattle, horses, dogs, cats, donkeys, hamsters, cats, and goats. All manner of farm animals and those which are considered pets. Animals Wildlife - animals which are undomesticated. Examples: deer, turkey, snakes, rodents, giraffes, elephants. These photos can be taken in nature or zoos. Macro & Detail - extremely close up photography. Getting super close to capture a part of a photo. For this you can submit a tight shot of a entire single subject that fills the frame.  Example: leaf, a locket, a key or a lock. Or a true macro which is a shot that is exploring the fine detail of a subject. Example: whisker on a horse, the edge of a stamp, the thorns of a rose stem, the inner stamen of a flower. Digital Darkroom - a category to show off your photoshop skills. Examples: composites, photo stitches into a panoramic, storyboards, filter manipulation, graphic arts elements. Dominant Color - a single color theme throughout the photo: blue, white, red, green, orange, black. Example: Purple grapes in a purple bowl on a purple table cloth. Red gloves in a red hat. White flowers on a white dress. Rusty horseshoe against red barn with saturated light. Do not include macro or detail photos. Food - still life food such as those used for menus and advertising. Examples: Christmas dinner table, picnics, cakes and pies, place settings. Nature & Landscape - scenic broad view landscapes, cityscapes, waterscapes, farms, sunsets, parks. Night Photography - Photos taken outdoors after dusk and before dawn. No sunset photos and no indoor photos. These images would include artificial light or long exposures. Any subject matter is acceptable as long as the focus is clearly on the technic and skill. Example: Building or structure, fireworks, people. People - from all walks of life. Can be portraiture or more photojournalistic in approach. Plants & Flora - focus should be on a single interesting or beautiful tree, plant, flower or bush. Bouquets of the same flowers can also be used. Can be taken indoors or out. Design - Photos that showcase perspective, line and pattern. Examples: texture, line, shape or repetitive pattern. Motion Blur - is the apparent streaking of rapidly moving objects. Typical utilizing slower shutter speeds and panning. Examples: a horse running, bicycle, auto racing, track and field. Lawrence County Fair - photos that capture the fun, excitement and camaraderie of the Lawrence County Fair. This will be a yearly category so plan on shooting this year for next year.

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DEPARTMENT 19 SECTION 2 ADULT ART WORK

1. All entries to be matted, mounted or framed. 2. Picture size not to exceed 18” by 24”.

JUDGING: Entry will be judged on composition, technique, and overall effectiveness. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.00 CLASS: 1. Acrylics 2. Airbrush 3. Charcoal 4. Drawing - Pen and Ink 5. Drawing - One Color 6. Drawing - Multicolor 7. Mixed Media 8. Oil Painting 9. Painting on Non-traditional surface 10. Pastel 11. Slate Painting 12. Watercolor 13. Other

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DEPARTMENT 19 SECTION 3 ADULT HANDCRAFTS

DO NOT SPRAY, SPRITZ OR DOWSE ANY ENTRY WITH ANY TYPE OF PERFUME OR SCENT WHATSOEVER.

JUDGING: Each entry will be judged on workmanship, creativity, neatness, and overall attractiveness. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.00 CLASS: 1. Door or Wall Decoration - Holiday (not Christmas) 2. Door or Wall Decoration - Swags 3. Door or Wall Decoration - Wreath (not Christmas) 4. Grapevine Wreath - Holiday (not Christmas) 5. Grapevine Wreath - Other (not holiday) 6. Flower Arrangements - Artificial - Basket 7. Flower Arrangements - Artificial - Vase 8. Flower Arrangements - Other 9. Beadwork 10. Blanket 11. Ceramic - Stain (not fired finish) Simple 12. Ceramic - Stain (not fired finish) - Dry Brush Stain 13. Ceramic - Stain - (not fire finish) - Translucent 14. Ceramic - Glaze (fired finish) - Glaze Under Glaze 15. Ceramic - Glaze (fired finish) - 16. Ceramic - Any Combo - Mixed Media 17. Ceramic - Glaze over Glaze 18. Christmas - Santa Creation 19. Christmas Stocking 20. Christmas Table Decoration 21. Christmas Tree Ornament - Beaded 22. Christmas Tree Ornament - Painted 23. Christmas Tree Ornament - Plastic Canvas 24. Christmas Tree Ornament - Other 25. Christmas Tree Ornaments - Set (limit 3) 26. Christmas Wall Hanging 27. Christmas Wreath 28. Other Christmas item not listed 29. Creative Gift Wrappings - max. size 12” x 18” box or bag - Birthday 30. Creative Gift Wrappings - max. size 12” x 18” box or bag - Holiday 31. Creative Gift Wrappings - max. size 12” x 18” box or bag - Wedding, etc 32. Creative Gift Wrappings - max. size 12” x 18” box or bag - Other 33. Decorated Picture Frame 34. Decorated Wearing Apparel 35. Dolls - Handcrafted 36. Door Stops 37. Easter Creations 38. Eggery 39. Hair Accessory 40. Halloween Creation 41. Jewelry - One Piece 42. Jewelry - Set 43. Natural Material - Wheat, Straw, Seeds, Stones, Dried Flowers 44. Novelty Creation - Inspirational 45. Novelty Creation - Ornamental 46. Novelty Creation - Useful Item 47. Paper Craft - Greeting Cards/Gift Tags 48. Paper Craft - Other 49. Plastic Canvas 50. Refrigerator Magnet 51. Scrapbook page - 1-Page Layout - Holiday or Vacation 52. Scrapbook page - 1-Page Layout - Special Event 53. Scrapbook page - 1-Page Layout - Other 54. Scrapbook page - 2-Page Layout - Holiday or Vacation 55. Scrapbook page - 2-Page Layout - Special Event 56. Scrapbook page - 2-Page Layout - Other 57. Southwestern Theme Creation 58. Stained Glass 59. Thanksgiving Creation 60. Valentine Creation 61. Yard Decorations 62. Other Craft not otherwise listed - Small 63. Other Craft not otherwise listed - Large

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DEPT. 19 SECTION 4

ADULT WOOD CARVING, WHITTLING & NEW FURNITURE

JUDGING: Each entry will be judged on difficulty of project, quality of work, and overall appearance . FURNITURE PREMIUMS:.....1st - $9.00 2nd - $8.00 3rd - $7.00 CLASS: 1. Refinished furniture 2. New furniture NEW 3.  Repurposed furniture  (ex. bed into a bench) WOOD CARVING & WHITTLING PREMIUMS:.....1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.00 CLASS: 3. Birdhouse 4. Handcarved Animals 5. Handcarved Caricatures 6. Handcarved Walking Stick / Cane 7. Shelves 8. Toys 9. Woodburning 10. Wood Cut-Outs - Painted 11. Wood Dimensional Cut-Outs 12. Leatherwork 13. Metal Tooling 14. Other Wood Item - Small 15. Other Wood Item - Large 16. Useful Item - Small 17. Useful Item - Large

Adult Food – Dept. 15

Contact: Deborah Houston 1. Open only to exhibitors 19 years and over. 2. Bring entries in Sections 1, 4, & 6 to the Fair between 8:00 AM and 9:30 AM, Saturday, August 10, 2019. Entries in these sections will not be accepted at any other time. 3. Bring entries in Sections 2, 3, & 5 to the Fair from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Wednesday, August 7, 2019 , and 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM on Thursday, August 8th, 2019. Entries will not be accepted at any other time. 4. Exhibitors must have an exhibitor’s number. (Obtained from Premium Office.) 5. Exhibitors should get a premium book and entry tags before the Fair and FILL OUT tags BEFORE entering. Exhibitor is responsible for the accuracy of his/her tag. Improperly entered items will be disqualified. 6. One entry per class per exhibitor. The Fair will accept only entries in the classes listed in this book. There is no charge to enter. 7. Pick up your items on Sunday, August 18, 2019, from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Baked goods will NOT be returned. The Fair is not responsible for entries not claimed during this time. 8. PROFESSIONALS (CURRENT or RETIRED) MAY NOT ENTER ITEMS FOR JUDGING.

DEPT. 15 SECTION 1 BAKED PRODUCTS


1. All products must have been made by the exhibitor. 2. Baked products MUST be displayed on a STURDY STYROFOAM PLATE and covered with a PLASTIC BAG. Ziploc bags are recommended. JUDGING: Each entry will be judged on color, texture, taste, flavor, and overall visual presentation. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.50 3rd - $4.00 CLASS (Number of required specimens) Cakes 1. Butter Cakes, iced (1/4 cake) Candy (4 pieces on a plate) 2. Chocolate covered 3. Chocolate fudge 4. Peanut Brittle 5. Peanut Butter fudge 6. Other candy Cookies (4 on a plate) 7. Bar cookie 8. Brownies 9. Chocolate chip - plain 10. Chocolate chip - with nuts/other add-ins 11. Drop cookie - Iced 12. Drop cookie - Plain 13. Filled cookie 14. Hand Shaped 15. No-Bake cookies 16. Rolled cookie 17. Sliced or icebox cookie 18. Other cookie Cupcakes -(4 iced on a plate) 19. Iced - Plain 20. Iced - Decorated Decorated cake - need not be real cake 21. Novelty or Tip Decorated Dietetic baked goods (reduced salt, fat, sugar or cholesterol). Open to all ages. 22. Cake (1/4 cake) 23. Cookie (4 on a plate) 24. Bread - Quick or Yeast 25. Egg Cakes, not iced (1/4 cake) Pies (1/2 pie) - no custard or cream 26. One crust fruit pie 27. Two crust berry 28. Two crust cherry 29. Two crust peach 30. Any other one crust pie 31. Any other two crust pie 32. Dumplings (2 on a plate) Quick Breads 33. Banana Bread (1/3 loaf) 34. Biscuits (4 on a plate) 35. Blueberry muffins (4 on a plate) 36. Corn bread (4 pieces) 37. Zucchini Bread (1/3 loaf) 38. Other Fruit Bread (1/3 loaf) 39. Other fruit muffins (4 on a plate) 40. Other muffins (4 on a plate) 41. Other quick bread (1/3 loaf) Rolls (4 on a plate) 42. Cinnamon without icing 43. White 44. Other yeast rolls Yeast Breads (1/3 loaf) 45. White bread 46. Whole wheat bread 47. Other yeast bread

DEPT. 15 SECTION 2 CANNED PRODUCTS


1. Container must be a standard clear glass half pint, pint, or quart jar w/a new lid & cover. No decorative fabric lids. Store bought decorative metal seals are permitted. No 1/2 gal. or 1/4 pint jars. 2. Chili sauce may be entered in a sealed glass bottle. 3. Entry will be disqualified if the liquid is lower than 1” from top of jar. JUDGING: Canned products will be judged on color, quality of food, and general appearance including arrangement of food. Jars may be opened at the judges discretion. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.50 CLASS: Canned Fruits 1. Applesauce 2. Best display of 3 jars of fruit uniform size containers 3. Canned Cherries 4. Canned Peaches 5. Canned Pears 6. Canned Plums 7. Other canned fruit 8. Pie Filling Canned Vegetables 9. Beans, green - Cut 10. Beans, green - Whole 11. Beans, yellow 12. Beets 13. Best display of 3 jars of vegetables - uniform size containers 14. Carrots 15. Chili Sauce 16. Corn 17. Mixed Vegetables 18. Peppers - Hot 19. Peppers - Other 20. Salsa 21. Soup 22. Spaghetti Sauce 23. Tomato Juice 24. Tomatoes - Crushed 25. Tomatoes - Whole 26. Zucchini 27. Other Vegetable Pickles and Relishes 28. Beans - Pickled 29. Beets - Pickled 30. Pickles - Bread & Butter 31. Pickles - Dill 32. Pickles - Sweet 33. Relish - Corn 34. Relish - Cucumber 35. Relish - Pepper 36. Relish - Piccalilli 37. Relish, Other 38. Other Canned Item

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DEPT. 15 SECT. 3 BUTTERS, JAMS, JELLIES, PRESERVES

Container must be a standard clear glass half pint, pint, or quart jar with a standard two piece lid, no wax seal. No decorative tops. No 1/2 gal. or 1/4 pint jars.

JUDGING: Items will be judged on appearance, color, clarity, and neatness of package. Jars may be opened at the judge’s discretion. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.50 CLASS: Butters 1. Apple butter 2. Other butters Jams 3. Best display of 3 jars of jam -uniform size containers 4. Black Raspberry 5. Blackberry 6. Blueberry 7. Cherry 8. Grape 9. Peach 10. Red Raspberry 11. Strawberry 12. Other Jam Jellies 13. Apple 14. Best display of 3 jars of jelly -uniform size containers 15. Black Raspberry 16. Blackberry 17. Blueberry 18. Currant 19. Elderberry 20. Grape 21. Red Raspberry 22. Other Jelly 23. Any Marmalade Preserves 24. Any fruit

DEPT. 15 SECT. 6 HOSPITALITY DISPLAY

1. Entries should be displayed as a gift item packed in a basket or other attractive container and presented according to a theme. 2. All food products and hand-crafted items must be made by the exhibitor. Minimum of 4 items. 3. Additional items for decorative purposes are permitted and encouraged. 4. Open to all ages. 5. Please list all handmade items on note card or paper and attach to entry.

JUDGING: Display will be judged on originality and attractiveness. Container will be considered in overall attractiveness and suitability. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $6.00 2nd - $5.00 3rd - $4.00 CLASS: 1. Get Well 2. Holiday 3. Housewarming 4. New Baby 5. Wedding/Anniversary 6. Other

Adult Sewing/Needlecraft – Dept. 18

Contact: Deborah Houston 1. Open only to exhibitors 19 years and over. 2. Bring entries to the Fair from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Wednesday, August 7, 2019 and on Thursday, August 8, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Entries will not be accepted at any other time. 3. Exhibitors must have an exhibitor’s number. (Obtained from Premium Office.) 4. Exhibitors should obtain a premium book and entry tags before the Fair, and FILL OUT tags BEFORE entering. Exhibitor is responsible for the accuracy of his/her tag. Improperly entered items will be disqualified. 5. All items must be clean. Clothing must be freshly laundered, pressed and HUNG ON A METAL HANGER. Do not use plastic hangers for clothing items. We are not responsible for hangers. If a hanger has to be changed, you may not receive your original hanger back. 6. One entry per class per exhibitor. The Fair will accept only entries in the classes listed in this book. There is no charge to enter. 7. NOTE: ALL QUILTED ITEMS MUST BE ENTERED IN SECTION 4. 8. Pick up your entries on Sunday, August 18, 2019 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM. You must have your claim checks with you. The Fair is not responsible for entries not claimed at this time. 9. PROFESSIONALS (CURRENT or RETIRED) MAY NOT ENTER ITEMS FOR JUDGING.

DEPT. 18 SECTION 1 SEWING

1. All items must have been made by the exhibitor. 2. All clothing must be freshly laundered, pressed and HUNG ON A METAL HANGER. Do not use plastic hangers for clothing items. We are not responsible for hangers. If a hanger has to be changed, you may not receive your original hanger back. JUDGING: Each entry will be judged on workmanship, neatness, suitability of material PREMIUMS:.....1st - $4.00 2nd - $3.50 3rd - $3.00 CLASS: 1. Apron Children's Garment 2. Bibs 3. Child’s Garment 4. Costume 5. Dress for a 1-6 yr. old 6. Dress for a 6-12 yr. old 7. Infant 8. Jumper or Pinafore 9. Nightwear 10. Two-piece Outfit PREMIUMS:.....1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.00 CLASS: 11. Blouse 12. Doll Clothes - sewn only (no needlework) 13. Dress with sleeves 14. Formal Wear 15. Household Item 16. Jacket 17. Sewn Purse 18. Shirt - man or woman 19. Shorts or slacks 20. Skirt 21. Sleepwear 22. Sleeveless dress 23. Stuffed Animals 24. Suit 25. Vest 26. Other garment PREMIUMS:  1st - $6.00 2nd - $5.00 3rd - $4.00 27. Coat

DEPT. 18 SECTION 2 NEEDLEWORK

JUDGING: Each entry will be judged on workmanship, neatness, suitability of material. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.00 CLASS: 1. Baby Bib 2. Beadwork 3. Centerpiece - 30” x 36” & under - Any Needlework 4. Christmas Creation 5. Christmas Stocking 6. Cross Stitch Magnet 7. Doll Clothes - Any Needlework 8. Dress - Crocheted 9. Dress - Knitted 10. Dresser Scarf/ Runner - Crocheted 11. Dresser Scarf/Runner - Embroidery 12. Dresser Scarf/Runner - Mixed Stitch 13. Easter Creation 14. Embroidery on Clothing 15. Halloween Creation 16. Handkerchief - Crocheted Edge 17. Handkerchief - Tatted Edge 18. Hat or Cap - Crocheted 19. Hat or Cap - Knitted 20. Knit - Felted Item 21. Mittens or Gloves - Crocheted 22. Mittens or Gloves - Knitted 23. Mixed Needlework 24. Needlepoint 25. Novelty Creation 26. Ornament - Crocheted or Knitted 27. Ornament - Cross Stitch 28. Ornament - Mixed Needlework 29. Ornament - Set of 3 30. Pillowcase - Crocheted 31. Pillowcase - Embroidered 32. Placemat 33. Potholder / Hot Pad 34. Punched Needle Item 35. Purse - Crocheted or Knitted 36. Ribbon Embroidery on Clothing 37. Scarf - Crocheted 38. Scarf - Knitted 39. Seasonal Creation 40. Shawl, Shrug, Stole, Poncho - Crocheted 41. Shawl, Shrug, Stole, Poncho - Knitted 42. Slippers, Socks, Booties - Any Needlework 43. Table Decoration - Holiday 44. Table Toppers 45. Tablecloth - Crocheted 46. Tablecloth - Embroidered 47. Tatting 48. Towels - Decorative 49. Toys 50. Trim on Clothing - Crochet or Knit 51. Valentine Creation 52. Wall Hanging or Bell Pull - Holiday 53. Wall Hanging or Bell Pull - Other 54. Other Item - Crocheted 55. Other Item - Knitted 56. Other Item - Needlework 57. Other Item - Useful PREMIUMS:.....1st - $6.00 2nd - $5.00 3rd - $4.00 58. Baby Sweater or Set - Crocheted 59. Baby Sweater or Set - Knitted 60. Collar - Needlework 61. Doilies - Round or Oval - Any Needlework 62. Doilies - Square or Oblong - Any Needlework 63. Pillow - Crocheted or Knitted 64. Pillow - Cross Stitch 65. Pillow - Pieced 66. Pillow - Seasonal or Holiday - Any Needlework 67. Pillow - Combination of Stitches 68. Sweater / Cardigan - Crocheted 69. Sweater / Cardigan - Knitted 70. Sweater / Pullover with Sleeves - Crocheted 71. Sweater / Pullover with Sleeves - Knit 72. Sweater / Sleeveless Pullover - Crocheted 73. Sweater / Sleeveless Pullover - Knitted
Counted Cross Stitch Finished Stitching: size in inches (of stitched area only). Items MUST be framed where applicable. Square inch calculation example: 6” x 6” = 36” square; 7” x 10” = 70” square. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $7.00 2nd - $6.00 3rd - $5.00 CLASS: 74. Counted Cross Stitch - Alphabet Sampler 75. Counted Cross Stitch - Band Sampler, Multi-stitches, (not alphabet) 76. Counted Cross Stitch - Set of Pictures 77. Counted Cross Stitch Picture - 1-36 square inches 78. Counted Cross Stitch Picture - 37-100 square inches 79. Counted Cross Stitch Picture - 101-150 square inches 80. Counted Cross Stitch Picture - 151-200 square inches 81. Counted Cross Stitch Picture - 201-300 square inches 82. Counted Cross Stitch Picture - over 300 square inches 83. Stitched Wallhanging, not framed, includes bell pulls 84. Cross Stitched item other than framed picture 85. Hardanger - any count 86. Other specialty stitched item not previously mentioned

BEST OF SHOW - NEEDLE STITCHED ORNAMENT   Given in Memory of Lynn Houston  sponsored by Embroiderer’s Guild of America

OUTSTANDING NEEDLEWORK ENTRY “Seen Through the Eye of a Needle” sponsored by Log House, owner Sue Sizer


DEPT. 18 SECTION 3 AFGHANS

ENTRIES MUST HAVE BEEN FINISHED SINCE LAST YEAR’S FAIR.

JUDGING: Afghans will be judged on difficulty of stitch, gauge of stitch, workmanship, neatness, and overall attractiveness. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $6.00 2nd - $5.00 3rd - $4.00 CLASS: 1. Afghans - Crocheted 2. Afghans - Knitted 3. Afghans - Cable Stitch 4. Afghans - Combination 5. Baby Afghan - Crocheted - Solid Color 6. Baby Afghan - Crocheted - Multi Color 7. Baby Afghan - Knitted 8. Baby Afghan - Granny Square 9. Baby Afghan - Other Crochet, Knit, or Combination 10. Throw / Lap Robe - Crocheted 11. Throw / Lap Robe - Knitted

Best of Show Any Needlework (Youth or Adult) Donated by Law. Co. Home Economics Association


DEPT. 18 SECTION 4 QUILTS

NOTE: ALL QUILTED ITEMS MUST BE ENTERED IN THIS SECTION. 1. All work, including quilting, must be done by exhibitor. If quilted by other(s), enter in appropriate class. 2. ENTRIES MUST HAVE BEEN FINISHED SINCE LAST YEAR’S FAIR.

JUDGING: Quilts will be judged on complexity of design, uniformity of stitching, neatness, and overall attractiveness. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $9.00 2nd - $8.00 3rd - $7.00 CLASS: 1. Quilt - Hand Quilted - Baby / Crib 2. Quilt - Hand Quilted - Applique 3. Quilt - Hand Quilted Bed Quilt - Pieced 4. Quilt - Hand Quilted Throw - Pieced 5. Quilt - Hand Quilted - Combination Pieced & Applique 6. Quilt - Hand Quilted - Novelty 7. Quilt - Hand Quilted - Original Design 8. Quilt - Hand Quilted - Other Quilt Not Listed 9. Quilt - Hand Quilted - Wall Hanging 10. Quilt - Hand Quilted - Quilted by Other than Exhibitor 11. Quilt - Machine Quilted - Baby / Crib 12. Quilt - Machine Quilted - Applique 13. Quilt - Machine Quilted Bed Quilt - Pieced 14. Quilt - Machine Quilted Throw - Pieced 15. Quilt - Machine Quilted - Combination Pieced & Applique 16. Quilt - Machine Quilted - Novelty 17. Quilt - Machine Quilted - Original Design 18. Quilt - Machine Quilted - Other Quilt Not Listed 19. Quilt - Machine Quilted - Wall Hanging 20. Other Quilted Item - Apparel 21. Other Quilted Item - Christmas Tree Skirt 22. Other Quilted Item - Comforter or Knotted Blanket 23. Other Quilted Item - Pillow 24. Other Quilted Item - Rag Quilt 25. Other Quilted Item - Tablecloth, Runner, or Placemat 26. Other Quilted Item - Other Item Not Listed PREMIUMS:.....1st - $4.00 2nd - $3.00 3rd - $2.00 27. QUILT BLOCK CONTEST - Any pattern - 12½” x 12½” - MUST be a hand-pieced, hand-sewn & unquilted block.

Best of Show in Quilts Sponsored by Fabric Gallery of Mercer


DEPARTMENT 18 SECTION 5 RUGS

JUDGING: Entry will be judged on workmanship, suitability of material, difficulty of design, and over-all attractiveness.

PREMIUMS:.....1st - $6.00 2nd - $5.00 3rd - $4.00 CLASS: 1. Braided 2. Crocheted 3. Hooked 4. Latch Hook - Knotted 5. Punch Needle 6. Other Rug

Antiques – Dept. 24

Contact: Lenny Stewart - 724-674-3718 1. Exhibitors are encouraged to bring high quality exhibits. 2. Tractor entries will be limited to five (5) quality tractors per family. 3. Exhibits to be placed inside the building need to be clean and show quality. 4. There is a limited amount of space inside. Exhibitors are asked to pre-enter these items, if possible, so everyone who wishes to exhibit will have space. 5. Exhibits will be accepted Saturday, August 10, 2019, from NOON to 4:00 PM and/or Sunday, August 11, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. -EXHIBITS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AT ANY OTHER TIME. 6. All exhibits must be removed by 7:00 PM Sunday, August 18, 2019. 7. Any exhibits remaining on the fairgrounds after the fair are the responsibility of the owner(s). Antique exhibitors may use Gate #5, when open. Only service and/or repair vehicles will be permitted inside the fence. 8. Storage of exhibits for winter can be arranged at the Fair Office.

Apiary & Maple Products – Dept. 23

Bring entries to the Fair from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM on Saturday, August 10, 2019 Entries will not be accepted the week of the Fair.


DEPARTMENT 23 SECTION 1 APIARY

JUDGING: Class 8 is judged on uniformity of color, bees, presence of queen, brood, honey, and cleanliness and appearance of observation hive. Comb honey is judged on perfection in filling, capping uniformity, neatness, and cleanliness of section. Extracted honey is judged on body, clarity and cleanliness. Beeswax is judged on color and purity. Premiums: 1st - $3.00 2nd - $2.50 3rd - $2.00 CLASS: 1. Honey - Light comb, 3 sections 2. Honey - Dark comb, 3 sections 3. Honey - Light extracted, 3 one-pound jars 4. Honey - Amber extracted, 3 one-pound jars 5. Honey - Dark amber extracted, 3 one-pound jars 6. Honey - Finely crystallized, 3 one-pound jars 7. Beeswax - Not less than one pound Premiums: 1st - $5.00,  2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 8. Bees, any race - one frame observation hive Premiums: 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 9. Collective exhibit: honey, wax, honey products & bees

DEPARTMENT 23 SECTION 2 MAPLE PRODUCT

JUDGING: Syrup is judged on flavor, color, density and clarity. PREMIUMS:.....1st - $3.00 2nd - $2.00 3rd - $1.50 CLASS: 1. Maple Syrup - One pint container 2. Maple Sugar - Soft, small individual cakes not less than one-half pound

Eggs – Dept. 8

All Entries in this Division must be brought or sent to the Fair on Saturday, August 10, 2019, between 8:30 AM and 11:30 AM. ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED THE WEEK OF THE FAIR. 2. Exhibit shall consist of one dozen eggs, to be judged on freshness, condition of shell, size, color and shape. White eggs should be chalk white in color, and brown eggs may be any shade, but should be uniform. A perfect egg is one and one half times as long as it is thick. Abnormally long, thick and small eggs should be eliminated.

Dept 8 - Section 1


PREMIUMS.............1st - $3.00 2nd - $2.50 3rd - $2.00 CLASS: Large Eggs (24 to 27 ounces per dozen) 1. One dozen brown eggs 2. One dozen white eggs 3. One dozen eggs, color other than brown Medium Eggs (22 to 23 ounces per dozen) 4. One dozen brown eggs 5. One dozen white eggs 6. One dozen eggs, color other than brown Any Size Eggs 7. Other

Farm Crops – Dept. 12

Contact: Jim Reichert - 724-368-3684 1. Bring entries to Fair between 8:30 AM & 11:30 AM on Saturday, August 10, 2019. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED THE WEEK OF THE FAIR. 2. Exhibitors must have an exhibitor’s number. (Obtained from Premium Office.) 3. Exhibitors should obtain a premium book and entry tags before the Fair, and FILL OUT tags before entering. 4. Removal of items and ribbons on Sunday, August 18, 2019 from 11 AM to 2 PM ONLY.

DEPT. 12 SECTION 1 GRAIN & SEED CROPS


Corn should be selected on the basis of uniformity of size, color, shape, kernel type, straightness of rows, completeness of coverage, and be free from blemish.

Small grains should be bright, clean of chaff, dirt, weed seeds, and broken kernels and straw. Entries shall consist of 4 quarts of grain in a gallon Ziploc bag. Exhibits should be from most recent crop.

PREMIUMS:.....1st - $2.50 2nd - $2.00 3rd - $1.50

CLASS (Number of required specimens) Corn (5 ears each) grown last year 1. Hybrid Field - white 2. Hybrid Field - yellow 3. Open Pollinated Field - red 4. Open Pollinated Field - white 5. Open Pollinated Field - yellow 6. Indian corn - Open Pollinated 7. Dried Shelled Corn (4 qts) Corn Stalks (3 cut stalks - no soil) 8. Field 9.Silage Corn, High Moisture (4 qts) 10. Ground cob & corn 11. Shelled corn Oats (4 qts) 12. Armor 13. Burton 14. Corral 15.Sabre 16.Vista 17.Other Oats Popcorn 18. Popcorn - Strawberry 19. Popcorn - White 20.Popcorn - Yellow Soybeans 21. Soybean Stalks (10 - no soil) Barley 22. Spring Barley (4 qts) Sunflowers (1 stalk - no roots) 23. Tallest stalk with a flower 24. Largest flower on a stalk 25. Most flowers on stalk 26. Most flowers on ornamental sunflower stalk Wheat (4 qts) 27.Branson 28.Bravo 29.Dynasty 30.Freedom 31.Hopewell 32.Malabar 33.Other Wheat Winter Barley (4 qts) 34.Maja 35.Thoroughbred 36. Other Winter Barley Untreated Grass (1 qt) 37.Alfafa 38.Red Clover 39.Timothy Untreated Grain (1 qt) 40.Buckwheat 41.Rye 42.Soybean Seed 43. Sunflower Seed - Blackoil 44. Sunflower Seed - Striped 45. Other Novelty 46. Decorated wheat or oat sheaf 47. Handmade scarecrow

DEPT. 12 SECTION 2 HAY

An entry should consist of a TIED bale section (long hair ONLY) approximately 8” thick or an equivalent amount if cut from hay in the mow.

PREMIUMS:.....1st - $2.50 2nd - $2.00 3rd - $1.50 CLASS 1. Alfalfa or alfalfa grass mixed, First cutting. Not over 50% of grasses. 2. Alfalfa or alfalfa grass mixed, Later cutting. Not over 50% of grasses. 3. Grass, First cutting. Mixture of timothy and/or other grasses and containing not more than 10% legumes. 4. Grass, Second cutting. Mixture of timothy and/or other grasses and containing not more than 10% legumes. 5. Mixed hay. Any mixture not classified in the previous classes but which contains 50% or more singly or in combination of alfalfa,timothy, clover and grasses. 6. Other legumes or legume grass mixtures. Not over 50% of grasses. 7. Champion Hay Exhibit..........................................................................Ribbon

DEPT. 12 SECTION 3 SILAGE


1. Crop must be identified and named. 2. Entry consists of 5 pounds of silage. Must use 2 gallon clear plastic bags.

PREMIUMS:.....1st - $2.50 2nd - $2.00 3rd - $1.50 CLASS 1. Corn Silage 2. Annuals other than corn, Wilted or low moisture, with or without preservatives 3. Balage, First Cut 4. Balage, Second Cut 5. Perennial Crops, Wilted or low moisture, with or without preservatives