Middleville Agricultural Society
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 The Tradition Continues
 
 
CLASS 18 - Grains and Seeds 2016
 
CHAIRPERSON: Liz Blair (613) 256-2829
 
 
  1. Barley, 5 lbs
  2. Best sheaf of barley, 3"diameter
  3. Oats, 5lbs, in a clear plastic bag
  4. Best sheaf of oats, 3" diameter
  5. Soybeans, 6 plants with roots
  6. Corn, grain, 6 cobs
  7. Corn, ensilage, 6 stalks
  8. Hay, first cut, 75% or more Alfalfa, 1 flake in a clear plastic bag
  9. Hay, first cut, 75% or more grass, 1 flake in a clear plastic bag
  10. Hay, second cut, 1 flake in a clear plastic bag
  11. Hay, first cut from a round bale, in a clear plastic bag
  12. Hay, second cut, from a round bale, in a clear plastic bag
  13. Haylage, first cut, from a round bale, in a clear plastic bag
  14. Haylage, second cut, from a round bale, in a clear plastic bag
  15. Haylage, from silo, in a clear plastic bag

Class 19 - Roots and Vegetables 2016
 
 
CHAIRPERSON: Liz Blair (613) 256-2829

Note:  Vegetables not to be washed and calyx not to be removed from tomatoes

Prize money:  1st-$5, 2nd-$3, 3rd-$2

  1. Beets, 3, tops trimmed 1" above crown
  2. Brussels Sprouts, 5, approximately 11/8" (3cm) in diameter each
  3. Cabbage, 1 green, stem trimmed
  4. Cabbage, 1 Red, stem trimmed
  5. Carrots, 5, tops trimmed 1" above crown
  6. Corn, 3 cobs of sweet, partially husked, silk removed
  7. Cucumbers, 3 ripe yellow, 6" and over, short stems left on
  8. Cucumbers, 3 table size, 6" and over, short stems left on
  9. Cucumbers, 5 pickling, not over 4", short stems left on
  10. Garlic bulbs(3), roots trimmed to 1/4", stems to 1/2"
  11. Onions, 3 from Dutch sets
  12. Onions, 3 red, roots removed, top neatly trimmed
  13. Onions, 3 spanish, roots removed, top neatly trimmed
  14. Parsley, bouquet, should be displayed in water
  15. Parsnips, 3, tops trimmed 1" above crown
  16. Peppers, 3 green, stem trimmed to 1/2"
  17. Peppers, 3 hot, stem trimmed to 1/2"
  18. Potatoes, 3 red, named, brushed clean & in a basket
  19. Potatoes, 3, white, named, brushed clean & in a basket
  20. Pumpkin, 1 field, short stem intact
  21. Pumpkin, 1 pie, short stem intact
  22. Squash, 1 acorn, stem attached and trimmed
  23. Squash, 1 butternut, stem attached and trimmed
  24. Tomatoes, 1 truss, cherry, any variety, must be under 2"diameter
  25. Tomatoes, 3 green paste or regular, calyx attached
  26. Tomatoes, 3 ripe paste, calyx attached
  27. Tomatoes, 3 ripe regular, calyx attached
  28. Tomatoes, collection, 2 each, minimum 3 varieties with maximum 2 each of 5 varieties
  29. Turnips (rutabagas), 1 Swede, tops trimmed
  30. Zucchini, 1 yellow or green, no longer than 8" in length
  31. Other vegetable not mentioned above, quantity of 3
  32. Herbs, collection, fresh in soil, named
 
Class 20 - Fruit 2016

Prize money: 1st-$4, 2nd-$3, 3rd-$2

  1. Apples of unknown variety, 3, to be judged on taste only
  2. Apples, 2 quart basket of crab
  3. Citron, 1
  4. Muskmelon (Canteloupe), 1
  5. Watermelon, 1
  6. Wild grapes, 1 quart basket
 
Class 21 - Root, Vegetable and Fruit Specials 2016

Prize Money:  1st - $4, 2nd - $3, 3rd - $2 (unless otherwise specified)

  1. Garlic, 1 braid (minimum 12 bulbs)
  2. Potato, heaviest, 1
  3. Gourds, 5 mixed ornamental on a plate
  4. Tomato, heaviest, 1
  5. Vegetable oddity, 1
  6. Best collection of garden produce grown by the Exhibitor, with at least 8 named varieties,  2 specimens each. Arrangement and quality to count.    
  7. Best collection of organic garden produce grown by the exhibitor with 6 named varieties, 2 specimens each.  Arrangement and quality to count.        
NOTE: Organic garden produced includes only those grown without the use of synthetics (i.e chemical fertilizers, insecticides or herbicides).
 

Most Points in Classes 18-21 - 

2015 winner - Lynn Harris


CLASS 22 - Giant Pumpkins

Prize money:  1st-$100, 2nd-$75, 3rd-$50, 4th-$25
 
 
Pumpkins weighed in Saturday at 11:30am