Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, June 18, 1981, SECTION 2, Page FIFTEEN, Image 23

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    LOT
1. Any variety
2. Sheaves
CUSS C - WHEAT
Special Sweepstakes Ribbon
Judged on: Uniformity 20. Freedom from foreign matter 25. soundness 25,
weight per bushel 20. hardness 10.
LOT
f5.00. $3.00, $2 00
1, Cleanest ample direct from combine (untieaned)
2. Common White Spring
3. Gaines
4. Hard Red Winter
5. Soft White Winter, bearded head except Gaines
6. Soft While Winter, club head
7. Soft White Winter, common head
8. Other
CLASS D- WHEAT SHEAVES $15.00 Special Sweepstakes Ribbon
Hesl grain sheaf in show "
Blue Itihtmn winners of all classes competing
Judged for conformity of sheaf and quality of grain
4. Soft White Winter, common head
5. Soft White Winter, club head
6. Other
lst-$10.00, 2nd $8.00, 3rd $6.00
LOT
1. Common White Spring
2. Hurd Red Winter
3 Soft White Winter, bearded head
CLASS E - COLLECTION OF GRAIN
LOT
1. Collection of at least five different varieties of barley, oats, or wheat, or mixed in
sheaf, ruised by exhibiting crop present year. Judged on quality of head for type.
CLASS F - FIELD CORN
LOT
1. 10 ears, any variety
2 3 stalks, ear and foliage
DIVISION 2 - GRASSES & HAY
Superintendent: William Kawlins
PRKMIl'MSlexcept where noted) lst-M.00.2nd $3.00, 3rd $2.00
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Welcome to the 1981 Fair & Rodeo!
The Heppner Gazette-Time. Heppner, Oregon, Thursday. June 18, 1981-FIFTEEN
CLASS A - ENSILAGE (exhibit consists of 5 lbs. exhibited in plastic bag)
LOT
1. Alfalfa grass
2. Corn or sorghum
3. Grain
CLASS B GRASS lst-$15.00, 2nd-$12.00, 3ru-$9.00
LOT
1. Collection of grass raised by exhibitor in present year. Judged largest collection,
5 or more.
2. Best sheaf of any grass
CLASS C - HAY Sweepstakes Ribbon
Hay entry shall be approximately 10 lbs., or 4 to 6 in. bale slice.
Full bales will be accepted.
Hay harvested after the fair is eligible for entry next year.
LOT
1. Grain hay, quality considered
2. Grain hay. bundle
3. Grass hay
4. Grass, legume mix
5. Hay. judged on conformation only
6. Legume hay
7. Sheaf of hay
MORROW COUNTY ALFALFA HAY EXHIBIT
An exhibit will consist of 3 bales produced current year in Morrow County.
Growers must submit core samples, taken from exhibit, prior to fair. Samples will
be analyzed to determine crude protein and moisture. All exhibitors will be
reimbursed for testing fee if hay is exhibited at the fair. Hay will become the
property of the Fair Committee and sold to cover testing costs.
The OSU forage testing service will be the official testing laboratory. Each grower
will receive a copy of the analysis.
Exhibit will be judged on the basis of 50 percent on analysis results and 50 percent
on general appearance of exhibit, as determined by USDA hay grading standards.
The judge is permitted to open one bale.
PRF.MU'MS lst-$15.00, 2nd-$12.00. 3rd-$9.00
Special Sweepstakes Ribbon
DIVISION 3 - COMMERCIAL POTATOES
Superintendent: Jim Launer
All exhibits become the property of the Fair Committee.
50 pounds of potatoes constitute an exhibit.
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