Chairperson: Tim Armstrong
1. Field entries close Monday, September 9 th , 2022, all other entries close Thurs, September 12 th , 2022 at 11:30 a.m.
2. Grain to be shown in containers provided by fair.
3. Exhibitors may only show one entry per class but may enter in every class in section.
4. All grain and seed must be grown by exhibitor in 2018 and 2022 and not treated.
5. No two persons can show products from the same field.
6. The quantity to be shown in each class-half bushel of grain; quarter bushel of seed; 3 flakes of hay.
7. Exhibitors must complete entry form and entry tag and must be legibly displayed with each entry.
8. Exhibits must be entered between 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 11th , 2022 and 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., Thursday, September 12th , 2022 and remain in place until 5:30 p.m. Sunday, September 15th , 2022.
9. A membership of $5.00 shall be made payable to Region of Peel Agricultural Society. 10. Exhibits not picked up by Sunday, September 15th , 2022 at 6:00 p.m. become the property of the Region of Peel Agricultural Society.
Note: All prizes in the Hay and Grain Competition may be in the form of a voucher from the sponsoring business with the amounts listed referring to the amount of the voucher.
- Agriculture Rules & Regulations
- Section 2 – Light Harness Show
- Section 3 – Heavy Horse Show
- Section 4 – Welsh Pony Show
- Section 5 – Sport Pony Show
- Section 8 – Open 4H Dairy Show
- Section 9 – 4H Dairy Achievement Program – Brampton Dairy Club
- Section 13 – Angus Preview Gold Show
- Section 16 – 20 – Sheep Show
- Section 21 – Poultry Show
- Section 23 – Pigeons
- Section 26 – Hay and Grain
Classes 1 to 9, 12 & 13 – 1 st – $10.00, 2nd – $8.00, 3rd – $7.00, 4th – $5.00 Classes 10 & 11 – 1 st – $15.00, 2 nd – $8.00, 3rd – $7.00, 4th – $5.00 Class 14 (Jr. & Sr Division) – 1 st – $15.00, 2nd – $12.00, 3rd – $10.00, 4th – $8.00, 5th – $6.00
1. Fall wheat, any variety, named. Sponsored by Alliance Agriturf
2. Oats, any variety, named. Sponsored by Alliance Agriturf
3. Barley, any variety, named. Sponsored by Alliance Agriturf
4. Mixed grain, barley and oats. Sponsored by Alliance Agriturf
5. Shelled grain corn. Sponsored by Alliance Agriturf
6. 10 cobs of corn for grain, any variety, named. Sponsored by Alliance Agriturf
7. First cut alfalfa hay; three flakes (small bale) or one flake (large bale); named. Sponsored by Tim Armstrong.
8. Second cut alfalfa hay; three flakes (small bale) or one flake (large bale), named. Sponsored by Tim Armstrong
9. Horse hay, 1st or 2nd cut grass or grass/alfalfa. Sponsored by Tim Armstrong.
10. Soybeans, judged in field.
11. Grain or silage corn, judged in field. Sponsored by Pioneer Seed (Abbie Brander).
12. Soybeans, stalks at fair, named.
13. Grain corn, 6 stalks, 8 ears at fair, named. Sponsored by Pioneer Seed (Abbie Brander).
14. Artistic Display: The artistic display will depict a topic related to “Agriculture” using seeds, grains and field crop materials. Displays are to be mounted with a raised border to protect the display. Size: NOT TO EXCEED 15”x15” (37cm x 37cm) by 1.5” (4cm) deep or exhibit will be disqualified. The materials used do not have to be produced by the exhibitor; they may be procured from local producers. Creativity with the topic is encouraged! • Please note entries from previous years will not be accepted in the current year. If the exhibitor is using the 4-H logo, please ensure it is the Canadian or Ontario 4-H Logo. If using a logo in your artistic display, the only logos permitted are the 4-H and RAWF logos. The seed, grain or plant materials may be coloured prior to application to the display board base. NO PAINTING, COLOURING OR TINTING OF THE MATERIALS ONCE THEY ARE ATTACHED TO THE DISPLAY BOARD. A border is required to protect the entry from damage due to handling. Class 14 will have an Junior & Senior Division with the Junior Divison open to 4-H members 15 years & under as of January 1st , 2022 and the Senior Division is open to 4-H members 16 to 21 years as of January 1st , 2022. Judging
Notes: Field crops in field to be scored while standing in field near maturity. Consideration given to purity of variety, freedom from weeds and other plants, freedom from plant disease and insects, stand and vigor of crop, neatness of headlands, fences, etc. To make corn field crops eligible, eight ears and six stalks must be exhibited at fair from that field. The ensilage or grain corn (at fair) will be separately judged on its own merits. All entries for in field judging must be given to Tim Armstrong on or before September 6 th , 2022. All other rules and regulations as set out under Section 26 will apply.