Indoor Classes

  • Ag. Challenge

    Ag. Challenge
    Each year the Fair will offer an agricultural challenge highlighting an agricultural topic.  The topic this year is Vertical Farming.  The challenge is for an exhibitor to construct a ‘model’ of a vertical farm of the future which meets the requirements in the judging criteria.  For ideas and examples of vertical farms you may Google ‘Vertical Farming’ or go to www.verticalfarm.com and click designs for to collect ideas.

    Agricultural Challenge:
    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    32101 32201 32301 Agricultural Challenge

    Exhibits will be judged on the required eleven elements listed below. 

    Criteria Elements: 

    Labeling parts of the structure will be helpful in the judging process.

    Structure:     

    1.  Size – max. of 2’ tall and does not extend beyond a 9” x 9” base, min. of 3 levels to the structure.

    2.  Sturdiness of design – sturdy and securely attached to the 9” x 9” base.

    Growing Area:

    3.  Plant and Crops – a wide selection of crops grown on the various levels – all crops should be labeled.

    4.  Planting Beds – the plants are planted in planting beds on the floors of the building.

    Public Area in Building:

    5.  Farmers Market or Restaurant on one of the levels so people can purchase food produced in the building.

    Power:

    6.  Source of renewable power located on outside of the building – solar or wind.

    7.  Growing lights inside of the building above the planting beds so plants can grow.

    Water:

    8.  Source of water for building:  some type of a collection system to collect rain water.

    9.  Irrigation for plants in planting beds on various levels of building.

    Exterior Landscaping:

    Hardscape:  Appropriate walkways, benches and signs to beautify the exterior landscape of building.

    Softscape:  Trees, shrubs and flowers to decorate the landscape and make it inviting to the public.

    10.  Creative use of materials evident

    11.  Overall Effectiveness of Project Design evident

    Best of luck in making a creative design to represent farming of the future in cities!

    All entries must be the work of the exhibitor, completed during the current year.

  • Ag. Commodities

    Ag. Commodities
    All exhibitors must play an active role in the production of the agriculture commodity, completed by exhibitor during the current year.

    Section A:  GRAIN

    Grain exhibits shall consist of one quart in a clear glass container, unless on ear is specified.  Exhibits will be judged on quality (such as size, color, uniformity and maturity), overall health, purity, and quantity (such as germination rate and vigor.)

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    - 20201 20301 Barley
    - 20202 20302 Corn – Field corn (shelled)
    - 20203 20303 Corn – Field corn (Best Single Ear)
    - 20204 20304 Corn – Indian Corn (5 ears)
    - 20205 20305 Corn – Popcorn (shelled)
           
    - 20206 20306 Oats
    - 20207 20307 Rye
    - 20208 20308 Soybeans
    - 20209 20309 Wheat


    Section B:  HAY

    Hay must be cured below 20% moisture.  Alfalfa and clover hay with more than ten percent grass will be classified as mixed.  An entry shall consist of a bundle approximately 18” x 18” x 6” and should be securely tied four ways. Exhibits will be judged on maturity, leafiness, color, purity, and odor and condition.

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    - 20210 20310 Alfalfa
    - 20211 20311 Clover - Red
    - 20212 20312 Timothy
    - 20213 20313 Mixed
    - 20214 20314 Other Grasses


    Section C:  CHICKEN EGGS

    An entry shall consist of one dozen clean chicken eggs of like size in a carton. Exhibits will be judged on exterior qualities, cleanliness and uniformity.

    Under 9     Junior       Senio            Class

    20117        20217        20317              Brown, Extra Large

    20118        20218        20318              Brown, Large

    20119        20219        20319              Brown, Medium

    20120        20220        20320              White, Extra Large

    20121        20221        20321              White, Large

    20122        20222        20322              White, Medium

    20123        20223        20323              Colored

    Section D: OTHER EGG VARIETIES

    An entry shall consist of 3 clean eggs of like size in a shortened carton with the variety labeled.  Exhibits will be judged on exterior qualities, cleanliness and uniformity.

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    20124 20224 20324 Other Egg Variety









  • Ag. Physical Science and Mechanics

    Ag. Physical Science and Mechanics

    All entries must be the work of the exhibitor, completed during the current year.

    Section A:  AGRICULTURE & PHYSICAL SCIENCE

    Name of exhibitor may not appear on labels.  Under 9 age group needs only 10 specimens in each category. Exhibits will be judged on identification, variety, display and overall appearance.

    Under 9  Junior Senior Class
    22101 22201 22301 Insect Collection (20 specimens) (10 for Under 9)
    22102 22202 22302 Leaf Collection (15 Specimens)   (10 for Under 9)
    22103 22203 22303 Rock Collection (10 Specimens)
    22104 22204 22304 Shell Collection (10 Specimens)
    22105 22205 22305 Weed Collection (10 Specimens)
    22106 22206 22306 Wildflower Collection (10 Specimens)

     

    Section B:  AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS

    Plans may be included with exhibit. Exhibits will be judged on layout, cutting, assembly, finish, overall appearance, and they must be functional.

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    - 22207 22307 Agricultural Equipment (wagon, elevator, feed bunk, trailer)
    - 22208 22308 Bird Feeder
    - 22209 22309 Bird House (from scratch)
    - 22210 22310 Bird House (from kit)
    - 22211 22311 Book Holder or Rack
    - 22212 22312 Cabinet
           
    - 22213 22313 Clock
    - 22214 22314 Cutting Board
    - 22215 22315 Farm or Shop woodwork item
    - 22216 22316 Furniture (small indoor)
    - 22217 22317 Furniture (large wooden)
           
    - 22218 22318 Lamp
    - 22219 22319 Metal Working
    - 22220 22320 Picture Frame
    - 22221 22321 Planter
    - 22222 22322 Tool Box
           
    - 22223 22323 Toy / Game (other than wood)
    - 22224 22324 Toy / Game (wood)
    - 22225 22325 Wall Shelf or Plant Holder
    - 22226 22326 Wooden (other) – multi piece item
    - 22227 22327 Wooden (other) – single piece item
  • Arts and Crafts

    Arts and Crafts

     

    All entries must be the work of the exhibitor.  Entries from a kit must be labeled “Kit” on entry tag.  Kit and “Non-Kit” items in each class will be judged together.  Exhibits will be judged on design, functionality, balance, and craftsmanship. No Lego entries will be accepted.

    Due to limited space, exhibitors may only enter a total of six (6) exhibits

    Section A:  CRAFTS    
    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    - 21201 21301 Candle
    21102 21202 21302 Fabric Craft
    21103 21203 21303 Felt Art
           
    21104 21204 21304 Handmade Doll
    21105 21205 21305 Holiday Craft:  Christmas
    21106 21206 21306 Holiday Craft:  Other
    21107 21207 21307 Jewelry: assembled with original design (no hand-made components)
    21108 21208 21308 Jewelry: handmade components assembled with original design
    - 21209 21309 Metal Craft
    - 21210 21310 Woodcraft: decorated, non-functional
      21211 21311 Duct Tape
           
    21112 21212 21312 Nature Craft:  shells, rocks, seeds, cornhusk, eggery
    - 21213 21313 Needlework:  latch hook, needlepoint, quilt
           
    21114 21214 21314 Paper Craft
    21115 21215 21315 Puppet
    21116 21216 21316 Scrapbook
    21117 21217 21317 Sand Art
    21118 21218 21318 Upcycled Art
           
    21119 21219 21319 Stenciling
    - 21220 21320 String or Wire Art
    21121 21221 21321 Stuffed Animal
    21122 21222 21322 Weaving
    21123 21223 21323 Recycled Art
    21124 21224 21324 Miscellaneous
    21125 21225 21325 Tie-Dye
    21126 21226 21326 Wreath (no live flowers)
           
  • Clothing

    All entries must be the work of the exhibitor, completed without assistance during the current year.  Garments must:

    • Be clean and in good repair. 
    • Entered on a hanger with the pattern attached. 
    • Have the exhibitor tag secured with a safety pin to clothing or attached to the hanger with string.
    • Include on the back of exhibitor tag the number of years experience (or months, as appropriate) relative to class skill.

     Exhibits will be judged on presentation and applicable components of construction, such as seams, hems, fasteners, sleeves, interfacings etc.

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    - 23201 23301 Accessories:  tote, scarf, hat, pocketbook, belt, necktie, apron
    - 23202 23302 Blouse, shirt or vest
    - 23203 23303 Costume
    - 23204 23304 Doll Clothes: attach a photo of garment on doll
    - 23205 23305 Dress with or without sleeves, party dress
           
    - 23206 23306 Ensemble – two or three piece
    - 23207 23307 Jacket or coat
    - 23208 23308 Knitted accessory:  scarf, mittens, hat
    - 23209 23309 Knitted accessory:  sweater, vest, jacket
    - 23210 23310 Nightwear:  pajamas, nightgown, robe
           
    - 23211 23311 Skirt
    - 23212 23312 Slacks or shorts
    - 23213 23313 Sportswear or playwear:  sweat suit, jogging suit
    - 23214 23314 Miscellaneous sewing item
    - 23215 23315 Crochet accessory: Scarft, mittens, hat
    - 23216 23316 Crochet clothing: sweater, vest, jacket
           
  • Demonstrations

    Demonstrations

    A demonstration is a type of public speaking that explains how to perform an action easily and effectively.  The speaker creates a presentation that may combine verbal explanations, visual aids and practical performances to instruct how to acquire a skill, accomplish a procedure, or understand a process.  Topics can be diverse, such as “How to make biscuits,” or “How to draw a cartoon,” or “How I provide pet visitations for the elderly.” Demonstrations will be judged on subject matter, presentaion style, and audience impact.

    1. Online registration must be completed by July 15.  An incomplete entry form may lead to disqualification. www.herefordjrfarmfair.com 
    2. Demonstrations will be held on Saturday.  Every effort will be made to schedule the demonstration in advance to avoid a time conflict with the exhibitor’s participation in outdoor classes.
    3. Participants will be provided a score sheet in advance to better prepare their presentations.
    4. Each demonstrator will be allowed 15 minutes to present his/her demonstration for the judge(s) as well as an audience that is open to the public.
    5. Presentations will be held outdoors (weather permitting.)
    6. A table and sound system will be available.
    7. Food Demonstrations must include a recipe and a finished product. (Per Health Department regulations, no food samples may be given out.)
    8. Brand name endorsements are not allowed.  Brand names should not be mentioned or visually apparent on any item. 

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    24101 24201 24301 Demonstration



    In addition to ribbons, a cash premium of $8.00 will be awarded for each demonstration.

  • Educational Displays

    Educational Displays

    Educational Displays consists of both group and individual displays and offers an opportunity for exhibitors to showcase their home and agricultural heritage.

    1. Online registration is required by July 15.  An incomplete entry form may result in disqualification.
    2. Entries shall be set up and in place between 3:00 and 6:00 PM, Friday. Entries shall be placed inside and outside, as specified in the entry form. The Fair Committee will supply the space. Exhibitors must supply tables, hardware, poster board, etc 
    3. Exhibitors are restricted to one entry as an individual and one entry as part of a group.
    4. The maximum size for any indoor display is 3’x5’.
    5. The maximum size for any outdoor display is 10’ x 10’.
    6. The theme of your display must be included on the entry blank.
    7. The department chairman has the right to decline any exhibit that in his/her judgment is not complying with the rules and the spirit of the exhibit.
    8. The Fair Committee will take responsible precautions for the safety of the exhibits, but will assume no responsibility for damage or loss to an exhibit.

    Educational Display Classes:

    Classes:  
    29401 Science Fair
    29402 Tri Fold Display
    29403 Poster


    Exhibits will be judged on subject matter, audience impact, materials used, originality and neatness.




  • Fine Arts

    Fine Arts

    All entries must be the work of the exhibitor, completed without assistance during the current year.

    1. Due to limited space exhibitors may enter a total of four (4) exhibits.
    2. Art MUST be displayed on a poster board or mounting board, unless art is displayed in a frame.
    3. The exhibitor tag should be attached to the back of the board with a paper clip.  (There should be no writing displayed on the front of the exhibit.)
    4. When entering exhibits into classes, present the art in numerical class order to speed registration.

    Exhibits will be judged on overall appearance, composition, originality, and use of medium. Please note: we are unable to accept multimedia art at this time (ex. Slide shows, videos etc.)

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    - 25201 25301 Block Print (Must include block)
    25102 25202 25302 Ceramics, from a mold
    25103 25203 25303 Ceramics, hand built
    25104 25204 25304 Collage
           
    25105 - - Drawing – colored pencil (only Under 9)
    25106 - - Drawing – pastels, pen and ink, charcoal, chalk, etc. (only Under 9)
           
    - 25207 25307 Drawing - Charcoal
    25108 - - Drawing - Crayon  (only Under 9)
    - 25209 25309 Drawing - Pastel
    - 25210 25310 Drawing - Pen and Ink
    - 25211 25311 Drawing - Pencil
           
    25112 - - Painting – Acrylic, Watercolor (only Under 9)
    - 25213 25313 Painting - Acrylic
    - 25214 25314 Painting - Oil
    - 25215 25315 Painting - Water Color
    25116 25216 25316 Papier Mache
           
    25117 25217 25317 Sculpture – non functional
    25118 25218 25318 Mixed Media
    25119 25219 25319 Miscellaneous
           
  • Flowers

    Flowers

    Section A:  ARRANGEMENTS

    All entries must have been arranged by exhibitor. Flowers and materials for Section A may be grown or purchased. Arrangement exhibits will be judged on mechanics, design, color, materials, and overall appearance.  Other exhibits will be judged on attractiveness, health, color, materials, and overall appearance.

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class                                                                       
    - 26201 26301 Arrangement – Dried Flowers
    - 26202 26302 Arrangement – Fresh, All Greens, artistic
    - 26203 26303 Arrangement – Fresh, Artistic centerpiece
    26104 26204 26304 Arrangement – Fresh Flowers / fruit for centerpiece
    - 26205 26305 Arrangement – Fresh, one sided
           
    - 26206 26306 Arrangement – Fresh, miniature
    26107 26207 26307 Arrangement – Holiday or special occasion
    - 26208 26308 Arrangement – Silk Flowers
    - 26209 26309 Boutonniere -  any flowers
    26110 26210 26310 Bud Vase – Fresh Flowers
           
    - 26211 26311 Corsage – silk or fresh
           

    Section B: HOUSE PLANTS
    All house plants must be grown by exhibitor and have been under their care for at least three (3) months.  Exhibits will be judged on plant health, size and shape of foliage / blooms, and overall appearance.

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    26113 26213 26313 Dish Garden
    - 26214 26314 Hanging Basket
    - 26215 26315 House Plant
    26116 26216 26316 Terrarium
    - 26217 26317 Any plant - propagated since last year's fair
           
    26140 26240 26340 Patio Planter, Flowers, no pot larger then 14"x14"
    26141 26241 26341 Fairy Gardens, no pot larger then 18"x18"
    26142 26242 26342 Window Box, box no larger then 24"x10"


    Section C:  CUT FLOWERS

    All annuals must be grown and chosen by exhibitor.  Flowers must be exhibited in plain glass or other suitable containers.  In specimen entries some of the foliage must be attached.

    Exhibits will be judged on uniformity, color, health, size and shape of blooms, and overall appearance.

    Single variety exhibits should provide either one flower or three flowers of the same variety as noted

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    26118 26218 26318 Coleus (3 stems of foliage)
    26119 26219 26319 Dahlia (1)
    26120 26220 26320 Gladiolas (1)
    26121 26221 26321 Marigold – Large (3)
    26122 26222 26322 Marigold – Small (3)
           
    26123 26223 26323 Petunias (3)
    26124 26224 26324 Rose (1)
    26125 26225 26325 Sunflower (1)
    26126 26226 26326 Zinnia – Large (3)
           
    26127 26227 26327 Zinnia – Small (3)
    26128 26228 26328 Wildflower (3)
    26129 26229 26329 Annual – other variety (3)
    26130 26230 26330 Perennial – other variety (3)

    Collection classes require one each of five different varieties of flowers with an attached card identifying each variety.

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    26131 26231 26331 Wildflower Collection (5 different varieties)
    26132 26232 26332 Annual Collection (5 different varieties)
    26133 26233 26333 Perennial Collection (5 different varieties)
  • Food Preservation

    Food Preservation

    FOOD PRESERVATION exhibits:

    1. Senior exhibitors must do 100% of the work.  Junior exhibitors may have help preparing exhibits, but must do at least 75% of the work.  Under 9 exhibitors are not encouraged to enter FOOD PRESERVATION because of kitchen safety considerations. 
      1. must be LABELED with the name of the food, date preserved, method of food processing and processing time.
      2. must be accompanied by the RECIPE.
    2. The Foods Department Head reserves the right to dispose of any exhibit that appears to be spoiled or unsafe for consumption. 

    CANNED FOODS
    Judging criteria:
     product (condition, shape, size, uniformity),  color, pack (liquids, fill) , container (labeling, size, cleanliness, seal), overall appearance

    Junior Senior Class
    28201 28301 Canned Fruits (WILL NOT be opened and sampled)
    28202 28302 Canned Vegetables (WILL NOT be opened and sampled)

    DEHYDRATED FOODS
    Judging criteria:
    product, color & texture, dryness, package, flavor

    Junior Senior Class
    28203 28303 Dehydrated foods (MAY be opened & sampled)

    PICKLED FOODS
    Judging criteria:
    product, pack, flavor, container, overall appearance

    Junior Senior Class
    28204 28304 Pickles & Relish (WILL be opened and sampled)

    JELLIES, JAMS & PRESERVES
    Judging criteria: product (fresh, uniform color, free of scorching), pack (fill, free of bubbles, even distribution), container (clean, airtight seal, free of flaws, rust, properly labeled), flavor (not too tart or too sweet, characteristic of the fruit), overall appearance

    Junior Senior Class
    28205 28305 Jellies, Jams & Preserves (WILL be opened & sampled)
  • Foods and Food Presentation

    Foods and Food Presentation

    FOODS GUIDELINES 

    1. Senior exhibitors must do 100% of the food preparation. Junior exhibitors may have help preparing exhibits, but must do at least 75% of the work.  Under Age 9 exhibitors are not encouraged to enter FOODS because of kitchen safety considerations; however any Under Age 9 exhibits will be judged as Juniors.
    2. Half cakes and pies will be accepted.
    3. The Department Head reserves the right to dispose of any perishable item for food safety reasons, if deemed necessary.
    4. All FOODS exhibits must be presented on a STURDY 10” white PAPER PLATE and COVERED for safe handling. The plate may be inside a zip-loc bag, or covered with plastic wrap. Cakes may be presented on a cake plate with a clear cover.
    5. Exhibitor tags may be taped to or inserted inside the exhibit cover.
    6. Foods “FROM SCRATCH” must be accompanied by the RECIPE, including ingredients and specifics about how the item was prepared, handled, combined, mixed and baked. Recipes may be handwritten or computer generated on a 3 x 5 CARD or HALF SHEET of letter paper.
    7. “BAKED GOODS FROM A MIX” must be accompanied by the LABEL & INSTRUCTIONS cut from the mix package.
    8. Any food, undercooked, spoiled, or deemed unsafe for tasting will not be judged. 

    FOOD PRESENTATION GUIDELINES 

    1. Decorated Cake: follow FOODS Guidelines above. 
    2. Lunch Box: 
      1. includes all age groups who must do 100% of the work. 
      2. must include a complete MENU handwritten or computer generated on a 3 x 5 card or HALF SHEET of letter papermust
      3. include food, beverage, napkins and  utensils

    CAKES (WITHOUT FAT) FROM SCRATCH :  cakes with little or no fat and leavened mostly by air.
    Judging criteria:  color, shape, density, flavor and texture

    Junior Senior Class
    27201 27301 Angel Food Cake (no icing)
    27202 27202 Sponge Cake
    27203 27303 Other Cake Without Fat unspecified

    CAKES (CONTAINING FAT) FROM SCRATCH:  cakes with butter, oil, shortening, etc.
    Judging criteria: color, shape, density, flavor, texture, icing & cupcake uniformity

    Junior Senior Class
    27204 27304 Bundt Cake
    27205 27305 “Butter” Cake with any icing:  white, yellow, marble, chocolate, spice, ginger, coconut, red velvet, lemon-flavored, upside-down, etc.
    27206 27306 Coffee Cake (streusel topping)
    27207 27307 Cupcakes (4)
    27208 27308 Fruit or Vegetable Cake (just enough batter to bind - apple, carrot, fruitcake,  banana, pumpkin, etc.)
    27209 27309 Pound Cake
    27210 27310 Other Cake Containing Fat unspecified

    PIES -  CRUST & FILLING FROM SCRATCH
    Judging criteria:  crust appearance, crust taste, filling appearance, filling taste & overall flavor.

    Junior Senior Class
    27212 27312 Cheesecake (included in “PIES” because:  it is a filling in a crust, does not contain flour & does not rise like cake)
    27213 27313 Cream Pie
    27214 27314 Fruit Pie
    27215 27315 Meringue Pie
    27216 27316 Other Pie unspecified

    QUICK BREADS FROM SCRATCH
    Judging criteria:  color, shape, uniformity, texture/ crumb, and flavor.

    Junior Senior Class
    27217 27317 Biscuits (4)
    27218 27318 Muffins (4) (plain, fruit, nut, chocolate, corn, etc.)
    27219 27219 Fruit & Nut Bread (zucchini, raisin, banana, etc.)  
    27220 27320 Other Quick Bread unspecified

    YEAST BREADS FROM SCRATCH
    Judging criteria:  color, shape & uniformity, weight, texture, tenderness & flavor

    Junior Senior Class
    27221 27321 Loaf Bread:  white, wheat, other
    27222 27322 Dinner Rolls (4):  white, wheat, other
    27223 27323 Sweet Rolls or Buns (4)
    27224 27324 Tea Ring
    27225 27325 Other Yeast Breads unspecified

    COOKIES AND CANDY FROM SCRATCH
    Judging criteria:  color, shape & uniformity, overall appearance, texture & flavor

    Junior Senior Class
    27226 27326 Cookies - Bar (6)
    27227 27327 Cookies – Drop (6)
    27228 27328 Cookies – Refrigerator:  chilled & sliced (6)
    27229 27329 Cookies – Pressed or Spritz (6)
    27230 27330 Cookies - Rolled (6)
    27231 27331 Cookies – Sandwich (6)
    27232 27332 Brownies (6 pieces)
    27233 27333 Fudge (6 pieces)
    27234 27334 Other Candy not specified (6 pieces)

    BAKED GOODS FROM A MIX  -  Include label & instructions cut from the mix package
    Judging criteria:  shape, color, density, flavor, texture, uniformity and icing.

    Junior Senior Class
    27235 27335 Start with a Biscuit Mix (4)
    27236 27336 Start with a Brownie Mix (6)
    27237 27337 Start with a Cookie Mix (6)
    27238 27338 Start with a Cake Mix
    27239 27339 Start with a Hot Roll (4) or Bread Mix
    27240 27340 Start with a Muffin Mix (4)
    27241 27241 Start with a Pastry Mix 

    LUNCH BOX CONTAINER (Food Presentation)
    Judging criteria:  menu planning, safe & creative packaging materials, food safety considerations, nutritional balance, overall appearance and appetite appeal.

    Under 9     Junior Senior Class
    27150 27250 27350 Lunch Box or Container

    DECORATED CAKES (Food Presentation)
    Judging criteria:  complexity of design, color:  selection, coordination and appeal, craftsmanship and overall appearance.  Judges will consider “taste” of cake only in case of a tie based on appearance.    

    Junior Senior Class
    27251 27351 Decorated Cake 
         
  • Photography

    Photography
    1. All photographs must be taken by the exhibitor during the current year.
    2. Due to limited space exhibitors may enter a total of five (5) photographs.
    3. Photographs must be displayed on strudy mounting such as poster board or mounting board no larger than 8” x 10”.  Photographs may be 3 x 5, 4 x 6, or 5 x 7.
    4. The exhibitor tag should be attached to the back of the board with a paper clip.  (There should be no writing displayed on the front of the exhibit.)
    5. No transparencies or slides are allowed.  Polaroid prints may be used.
    6. Photographs should be presented in numerical order to speed registration.
    7. A photographic image may only be entered in ONE class.

    Section A:  BLACK AND WHITE
    Exhibits will be judged on overall appearance, composition, exposure, and display.

    Under 9    Junior Senior Class
    30101 30201 30301 Agriculture or Farming
    30102 30202 30302 Birds and Animals
    30103 30203 30303 Buildings
    30104 30204 30304 Flowers
    30105 30205 30305 Hereford Jr. Farm Fair
           
    30106 30206 30306 Insects
    30107 30207 30307 Landscape
    30108 30208 30308 Night Photography
    30109 30209 30309 People
    30110 30210 30310 Special Effects (Artistic)
    30111 30211 30311 Special Interest
    30112 30212 30312 Sports

    Section B:  COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY
    Exhibits will be judged on overall appearance, composition, exposure, and display.

    Under 9     Junior Senior Class
    30113 29213 29313 Agriculture or Farming
    30114 29214 29314 Birds and Animals
    30115 29215 29315 Buildings
    30116 29216 29316 Flowers
    30117 29217 29317 Hereford Jr. Farm Fair
           
    30118 30218 30318 Insects
    30119 30219 30319 Landscape
    30120 30220 30320 Night Photography
    30121 30221 30321 People
    30122 30222 30322 Special Effects (Artistic)
    30123 30223 30323 Special Interest
    30124 30224 30324 Sports
    30125 30225 30325 Any 8"x10" Color Photo, mounting should be no larger then 11"x14"  
           
  • Vegetables and Fruits

    Vegetables and Fruits

    All exhibitors must play an active role in the production of the vegetable or fruit and all exhibits must: 

    1. Be clean.
    2. Have stems removed.
    3. Be presented on a firm, white 10” paper plate.
    4. Have exhibitor tag attached to the plate. 
    5. For carrots and beets, have tops removed.

    Section A:  VEGETABLES
    Exhibits will be judged on uniformity, color, health, size, shape and overall appearance.

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    31101 31201 31301 Beans, Lima (1/2 cup shelled)
    31102 31202 31302 Beans, Lima in pods (12)
    31103 31203 31303 Beans, Snap Green (12)
    31104 31204 31304 Beans, Snap Wax (12)
    31105 31205 31305 Beets (3)
           
    31106 31206 31306 Broccoli (1)
    31107 31207 31307 Brussels Sprouts (6)
    31108 31208 31308 Cabbage (1 head)
    31109 31209 31309 Cantaloupe (1)
    31110 31210 31310 Carrots (3)
           
    31111 31211 31311 Cauliflower (1 head)
    31112 31212 31312 Cucumbers, pickling (3)
    31113 31213 31313 Cucumbers, salad (3)
    31114 31214 31314 Egg Plant (1)
    31115 31215 31315 Gourds (3)
           
    31116 31216 31316 Herbs in a jar of water (3 varieties)
    31117 31217 31317 Kale in a jar of water (1 bunch)
    31118 31218 31318 Lettuce (one head or bunch of leaf lettuce rubber banded)
    31119 31219 31319 Onions, white (3)
    31120 31220 31320 Onions, yellow (3)
           
    31121 31221 31321 Peppers, bell (3)
    31122 31222 31322 Peppers, other (3)
    31123 31223 31323 Potatoes, white (3)
    31124 31224 31324 Potatoes, sweet (3)
    31125 31225 31325 Potatoes, red skin (3)
           
    31126 31226 31326 Pumpkin, Jack-O-Lantern (1)
    31127 31227 31327 Pumpkin, sugar pie (1)
    31128 31228 31328 Squash, summer yellow (3)
    31129 31229 31329 Squash, summer zucchini (3)
    31130 31230 31330 Squash, summer patty pan, other (3)
    31131 31231 31331 Squash, winter (3): acorn, butternut, spaghetti, other
           
    31132 31232 31332 Sunflower seed head, mature seed head (1)
    31133 31233 31333 Tomatoes, Red (3)
    31134 31234 31334 Tomatoes, Cherry or Grape (6)
    31135 31235 31335 Tomatoes, Italian (3)
           
    31136 31236 31336 Tomatoes, other varieties (3)
    31137 31237 31337 Watermelon, round (1)
    31138 31238 31338 Watermelon, oblong (1)
    31139 31239 31339 Vegetable, any other variety

    Section B:  FRUITS
    Exhibits will be judged on uniformity, color, health, size, shape and overall appearance.

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    - 31240 31340 Apples (3)
    - 31241 31341 Cherries (1/2 cup)
    - 31242 31342 Grapes (1 bunch, approx. 1 pound)
    - 31243 31343 Peaches (3)
    - 31244 31344 Pears (3)
    - 31245 31345 Plums (3)
    - 31246 31346 Other Berries (1/2 cup)

    Section C:  VEGETABLE COLLECTION
    Exhibits will be judged on originality, design, color, materials, and overall appearance.

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    31147 31247 31347 A display of a minimum of five different kinds vegetables in a suitable
          container in the quantity listed in Section A.  The same individual vegetables may not be 
          used in both sections.

    Section D:  OTHER VEGETABLE ITEMS
    Exhibits will be judged on originality, design, color, materials, and overall appearance.

    Under 9 Junior Senior Class
    31148 31248 31348 Salad Box/Tray of Live Plants, box no larger then 14"x14"
    31149 31249 31349 Vegetable Patio Pot Plants, no pot larger then 12"x12"