2023 Homecraft and Agriculture Competitions

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Field Crop Department

FIELD CROP DEPARTMENT

SECTION 24

Directors in Charge:

Nolan Craig -

Dave Johnston - dtjohnston50@gmail.com (613-880-3145)

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge

THANK YOU TO BIT-TA-LUK FARMS PIONEER AND P.T. SULLIVAN AGRO FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSORS OF THE FIELD CROP DEPARTMENT

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8 p.m. on Monday, September 23rd, 2024, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be brought to the Exhibit Hall on Wednesday, September 25th, 2024, from 6p.m. – 8:30p.m., or before 9:30a.m. on Thursday, September 26th. Judging takes place on Thursday, September 26th, 2024 starting at 10a.m. and is closed to the public. Exhibits need to be removed between 5:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. on Sunday, September 29th, 2024. The Carp Agricultural Society will not be responsible for exhibits left on the Society premises after 6p.m. on Sunday.

Carp Fair Prize Money and Membership

  • Admin Share - Carp Fair deducts 10% of the prize money earned.
  • Membership:
    • Children and youth 17 years of age and younger - FREE
    • Adults 18 years of age and older - $10 membership.
  • Membership must accompany entries unless retained from last year's prize money. Membership is also deducted from prize money earned for next consecutive year should the exhibitor earn over $10.00 as an adult.
  • Entries to be made online at https://www.assistexpo.ca/carpfair or an entry form may be submitted to the Carp Fair Office.
  • If there is a discrepancy or if you have any questions, please contact the Carp Fair office.

IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

  1. The fields have been judged previously.
  2. Please take note the specifications of the samples required to be judged.
  3. Sample bags may be picked up at the fair office during office hours 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, before Wednesday, September 25th, 2024

Field Crop

Sponsorship: Curvinglane Farms Ltd.

Prizes: 1st: $30, 2nd: $25, 3rd: $20, 4th: $18, 5th: $15, 6th: $12, 7th: $10, 8th: $8, 9th: $7, 10th: $5

Classes:

1.

Mixed hay – 80% legume-20% grasses, exhibit to a sample of dry hay ( first cut)

Possible Score: 100 points for field, 25 points for sample

2.

Grass Hay – Any grass or legume/grass mixture less than 80%-20%

Exhibit to be a sample of dry (first cut). Possible score: 100points for field, 25 points for sample

Sponsorship: P. T. Sullivan Agro Inc.

3.

Ensilage Corn- exhibit to be 6 stalks of corn

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for stalks

4.

Grain Corn - exhibit to be 6 ears of corn.

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for ears

Sponsorship: Stewart Donald Rivington

5.

Mixed Grain - exhibit to be a 2 lb sample

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for sample

Sponsorship: P. T. Sullivan Agro Inc.

6.

Barley - Exhibit to be a 2 lb sample

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for sample

7.

Soybeans - Exhibit to be shown as a sheaf, 6 in a sheaf, cut off roots on bean.

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for the sample.

Sponsorship: P. T. Sullivan Agro Inc.

8.

Spring wheat - Exhibit to be 2 lb sample

Possible score: 100 points for in field, 25 points for the sample

9.

Winter wheat - Exhibit to be 2 lb sample

Possible score : 100 points for field, 25 points for the sample

TROPHIES

Awarded to the exhibitor with the highest score for any three field & samples judged in this department

GRAHAM ARMSTRONG MEMORIAL TROPHY

A trophy and voucher will be awarded to the entrant with the highest combined total of two field scores, any of the crops. The sample scores do not count toward this trophy. It is based solely on the field score. Donated by Blair Armstrong, Donnie Cavanagh, & Matt Munro.

KINBURN FARM SUPPLY TROPHY

A trophy will be donated by John Herrick, Kinburn Farm Supply, Kinburn, to the exhibitor with the highest score for any three fields & samples judged in this department.

GRAND CHAMPION BARLEY

Sponsored in part and a trophy and voucher donated by Ottawa Valley Grains, Carp, to the overall winner of the three barley classes – Field Crops, Grains & Seeds, and 4-H.

Grains and Seeds Department

GRAINS & SEEDS DEPARTMENT

SECTION 25
Directors in Charge:

Nolan Craig -

Dave Johnston - dtjohnston50@gmail.com (613-880-3145)

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8 p.m. on Monday, September 23rd, 2024, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be brought to the Exhibit Hall on Wednesday, September 25th, 2024, from 6p.m. – 8:30p.m., or before 9:30a.m. on Thursday, September 26th. Judging takes place on Thursday, September 26th, 2024 starting at 10a.m. and is closed to the public. Exhibits need to be removed between 5:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. on Sunday, September 29th, 2024. The Carp Agricultural Society will not be responsible for exhibits left on the Society premises after 6p.m. on Sunday.

Carp Fair Prize Money and Membership

  • Admin Share - Carp Fair deducts 10% of the prize money earned.
  • Membership:
    • Children and youth 17 years of age and younger - FREE
    • Adults 18 years of age and older - $10 membership.
  • Membership must accompany entries unless retained from last year's prize money. Membership is also deducted from prize money earned for next consecutive year should the exhibitor earn over $10.00 as an adult.
  • Entries to be made online at https://www.assistexpo.ca/carpfair or an entry form may be submitted to the Carp Fair Office.
  • If there is a discrepancy or if you have any questions, please contact the Carp Fair office.

Grains & Seeds

Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $5, 4th: $4, 5th: $3, 6th: $2

Classes:

1.

Medium or late oats - 2lb sample

Sponsorship: In Loving Memory of Lyle Cox

2.

Barley - 2lb sample

Sponsorship: In Loving Memory of Lyle Cox

3.

Small white beans - 2lb sample

4.

Soybeans - 2lb sample

5.

Sheaf of oats - One 2 inch diameter

6.

Sheaf of barley - One 2 inch diameter

7.

Sheaf of wheat - One 2 inch diameter

8.

Ensilage corn - Six stalks

Sponsorship: In Loving Memory of Lyle Cox

9.

Grain corn - Six ears

Sponsorship: In Loving Memory of Lyle Cox

10.

Mixed hay - 80% legume, 20% grasses, two 4 inch flakes

Sponsorship: Bob & Donna Craig

11.

Hay - First cut grass hay, two 4 inch flakes

12.

Hay - Second cut, two 4 inch flakes

Sponsorship: Panmure Farms Ltd.

13.

Sunflowers - 3 stalks

To be judged on size, uniformity and maturity

Sponsorship: Panmure Farms Ltd.

14.

Haylage - First cut

15.

Rye Grain - Requires a 2kg sample

16.

Heritage Grain - Requires a 2kg sample

17.

Originally Grown Grains - Any grain

Copy of organic certificate is required

Requires a 2kg sample

Fruits and Vegetables Department

FRUITS & VEGETABLES DEPARTMENT

SECTION 26

Director in Charge: Michael Cavanagh

Judge: Amy LeRoy

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8 p.m. on Monday, September 23rd, 2024, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be brought to the Exhibit Hall on Wednesday, September 25th, 2024, from 6p.m. – 8:30p.m., or before 9:30a.m. on Thursday, September 26th. Judging takes place on Thursday, September 26th, 2024 starting at 10a.m. and is closed to the public. Exhibits need to be removed between 5:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. on Sunday, September 29th, 2024. The Carp Agricultural Society will not be responsible for exhibits left on the Society premises after 6p.m. on Sunday.

Carp Fair Prize Money and Membership

  • Admin Share - Carp Fair deducts 10% of the prize money earned.
  • Membership:
    • Children and youth 17 years of age and younger - FREE
    • Adults 18 years of age and older - $10 membership.
  • Membership must accompany entries unless retained from last year's prize money. Membership is also deducted from prize money earned for next consecutive year should the exhibitor earn over $10.00 as an adult.
  • Entries to be made online at https://www.assistexpo.ca/carpfair or an entry form may be submitted to the Carp Fair Office.
  • If there is a discrepancy or if you have any questions, please contact the Carp Fair office.

The Public Health Act (sec.32) states “Hazardous food … shall be maintained, transported and offered for sale at a temperature not lower than 5 degrees Celsius or not higher than 60 degrees Celsius.” Because of these regulations there will be no sale of exhibits after the fair.

    Fruits & Vegetables

    Sponsorship: From the Meunier Family: In Loving Memory of Terry Kelly

    Classes 1-3:

    Prizes: $6, $5, $4

    1.

    Potatoes, 3 Litre basket red brushed and named

    Sponsorship: In Loving Memory of Lyle Cox

    2.

    Potatoes, White 3 litre basket brushed and named

    Sponsorship: In Loving Memory of Lyle Cox

    3.

    Potatoes, Yellow, 3 litre basket brushed and named

    Sponsorship: In Loving Memory of Lyle Cox

    Vegetable Classes:

    Prizes: $5, $4, $3

    4.

    Turnips, 2 Table

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    5.

    Beets, 5 Table

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    6.

    Cabbages, Red 2 Heads

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    7.

    Cabbages, White 2 Heads

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    8.

    Garlic, 4 bulbs hardsoft neck variety uniform shape size not less than 2"

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    9.

    Carrots, 5, short 3-5 inches length

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    10.

    Carrots, 5 long over 5 inches in length

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    11.

    Celery, 2 Heads

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    12.

    Onions, 5 Yellow

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    13.

    Onions, 5 Multipliers - Above Crown

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    14.

    Parsnips, 5

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    15.

    Edible Parsleys, 4 Stalks

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    16.

    Red Peppers, 3 Sweet

    Sponsorship: City of Ottawa - Councillor - Ward 5 West Carleton-March, Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    17.

    Green Peppers, 3 Sweet

    18.

    Jalapeno Peppers, 3

    19.

    Any Other Hot Peppers, 3

    20.

    Odd Shaped Vegetables

    21.

    Odd Shaped Vegetable- Identified, decorated, named

    22.

    Pumpkin, 1 Field

    Sponsorship: Julie Engelberts

    23.

    Pumpkin, 2 Yellow Pie

    24.

    Squash, 1 Field

    25.

    Squash, 2 Pepper

    26.

    Squash,1 Hubbard

    27.

    Zucchinis, 3 not to exceed 8 inches

    28.

    Zucchinis, heaviest any variety

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    29.

    Zucchinis, longest any type

    30.

    Rope or braid of onions or garlic minimum length 12"

    31.

    A Jack O'Lantern Judged by the current Presidents

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    Fruit Classes:

    Prizes: $5, $4, $3

    32.

    Watermelon, 1

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    33.

    Cantaloupes, 2

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    34.

    Grapes, 3 lbs

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    35.

    Tomatoes, 5 Red

    36.

    Tomatoes, 5 Italian

    37.

    Tomatoes, 5 Pink

    38.

    Tomatoes, 5 Cherry

    39.

    Tomato collections varieties named

    Sponsorship: In Loving Memory of Lyle Cox

    40.

    Apples, 5 MacIntosh

    41.

    Apples, 5 Melba

    Sponsorship: The Shantz Family

    42.

    Crab Apples, 1 dozen any variety

    43.

    Apples, 5 any other variety not listed

    44.

    4 Litre basket of apples variety named

    45.

    Pears, 5

    Junior Classes - Boys and Girls under 16 years old:

    Prizes: $5, $4, $3

    46.

    Junior Section - Odd shaped fruit identified

    47.

    Junior Section - Odd shaped fruit decorated and named must be identified

    48.

    Junior Section - Odd shaped vegetable

    ORGANIC VEGETABLES

    "Organically grown" is a process using no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. Pesticides derived from natural sources (e.g. biological pesticides) may be used in producing organically grown food. This category is open to certified and uncertified organic growers. Those growers not holding an annual certificate as an organic farmer may submit a personal declaration that their produce is organically grown.

    Organic Vegetables:

    Prizes: $5, $4, $3

    49.

    Carrots, 5, Short 3-5 Inches Tops trimmed 1/2 Inch Above Crown

    Sponsorship: Carp Ridge Ecowellness Center

    50.

    Carrots, 5, long over 5 inches length tops 1/2 inch above crown

    Sponsorship: Carp Ridge Ecowellness Center

    51.

    Red Peppers, 3, Sweet - Organic

    Sponsorship: In Loving Memory of Lyle Cox

    52.

    Tomatoes, 5, Red - Organic

    53.

    Tomatoes, 5, Italian - Organic

    54.

    Tomatoes, 5, Pink - Organic

    55.

    Tomatoes, 5, Cherry - Organic

    SPECIAL CLASSES

    100.

    Best Collection Of Vegetables Include Tomatoes - Maximum 15 Kinds Of Vegetables 2 items of each kind, the number and arrangement to be considered. No store bought produce is to be included in this collection. All vegetables should be named and the variety listed with the collection. The arrangement is not to exceed 3' X 2'. All parts of the collection are to be edible except the container.

    Prizes: $15, $10, $5

    Sponsorship: Donridge Farms

    101.

    Field Pumpkin, Squash or Long Gourd. Judged by weight or length only Entries must be in on Wednesday night September 21st, before 9:00 pm.

    Prizes: $15, $10, $5

    Sponsorship: Garry & Wanda Monuk, Trophy: Glenn Wilson Carpentry Ltd.

    GRAND CHAMPION GIANT FIELD PUMPKIN - IN MEMORY OF CONNOR ENGELBERTS

    A trophy will be awarded to the entry with the highest score in weight and overall appearance. Judging will be completed by the director in charge. The winner will donate the pumpkin to the Carp Agricultural Society.

    Directors in Charge:
    Kurtis Armstrong - kurtis.armstrong@hotmail.com (613-229-4004)

    If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge

    THANK YOU TO JW LESLIE UTILITIES FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE GIANT FIELD PUMPKIN CONTEST.

    102.

    Giant Field Pumpkin Competition - In memory of Connor Engelberts Entries must be in on Wednesday night September 21st, before 9:00 pm. Prizes will be distributed up to 10th place.

    Prizes: $500, $250, $125, $75, $50, $10

    Sponsorship: JW Leslie Utlities

    Maple Syrup Department

    MAPLE SYRUP DEPARTMENT

    SECTION 27

    Director in Charge: Faye Potter– 613-410-5490, Potterfarms5490@gmail.com

    If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge

    THANKS TO MICHAEL WALTERS, STITTSVILLE FOR BEING THE SPONSOR OF THE MAPLE SYRUP DEPARTMENT.

    A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8 p.m. on Monday, September 23rd, 2024, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be brought to the Exhibit Hall on Wednesday, September 25th, 2024, from 6p.m. – 8:30p.m., or before 9:30a.m. on Thursday, September 26th. Judging takes place on Thursday, September 26th, 2024 starting at 10a.m. and is closed to the public. Exhibits need to be removed between 5:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. on Sunday, September 29th, 2024. The Carp Agricultural Society will not be responsible for exhibits left on the Society premises after 6p.m. on Sunday.

    Carp Fair Prize Money and Membership

    • Admin Share - Carp Fair deducts 10% of the prize money earned.
    • Membership:
      • Children and youth 17 years of age and younger - FREE
      • Adults 18 years of age and older - $10 membership.
    • Membership must accompany entries unless retained from last year's prize money. Membership is also deducted from prize money earned for next consecutive year should the exhibitor earn over $10.00 as an adult.
    • Entries to be made online at https://www.assistexpo.ca/carpfair or an entry form may be submitted to the Carp Fair Office.
    • If there is a discrepancy or if you have any questions, please contact the Carp Fair office.

    There is a sample kit in the office available to help decide the proper class for syrup. The syrup must be a 2023 product and is to be displayed in one(1) 250 ml curved kent bottle per section. THESE BOTTLES ARE AVAILABLE IN THE OFFICE FOR A FEE OF $1.00 PER BOTTLE.

    IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

    • Best of Show entry is eligible to move on to the OAAS Provincial competition and will need to supply two samples to this competition held in February in Toronto; see rules on the next page.
    • Please note the updated colour classes for grading: Golden, Amber, Dark, Very Dark.
    • Professional exhibitors are prohibited from entry in these classes.
    • Please read class specifications carefully.
    • The Public Health Act (sec.32) states “Hazardous food … shall be maintained, transported and offered for sale at a temperature not lower than 5 degrees Celsius or not higher than 60 degrees Celsius.” Because of these regulations there will be no sale of products when exhibits are removed on Sunday.

    SCORE CARD

    Density 30%, Clarity 15%, Flavour 30% & Color 25%

    Maple Syrup

    Sponsorship: Michael Walters

    Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, 5th: $5

    Classes:

    1.

    Golden

    2.

    Amber

    3.

    Dark

    Sponsorship: City of Ottawa - Councillor - Ward 5 West Carleton-March

    4.

    Very dark

    5.

    Maple butter

    Donation: Michael Walters

    SPECIAL CLASSES

    6.

    Best display of maple syrup products - not to exceed 2"x 2"- Consideration will be given to the variety of products and the attractiveness of the display. Commercially manufactured products cannot be included.

    Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

    7.

    Maple syrup candy - 6 soft or hard pieces displayed

    Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

    Sponsorship: Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

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    Honey Department

    HONEY DEPARTMENT

    SECTION 28

    Director in Charge:

    Faye Potter– 613-410-5490, Potterfarms5490@gmail.com

    If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge

    A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8 p.m. on Monday, September 23rd, 2024, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be brought to the Exhibit Hall on Wednesday, September 25th, 2024, from 6p.m. – 8:30p.m., or before 9:30a.m. on Thursday, September 26th. Judging takes place on Thursday, September 26th, 2024 starting at 10a.m. and is closed to the public. Exhibits need to be removed between 5:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. on Sunday, September 29th, 2024. The Carp Agricultural Society will not be responsible for exhibits left on the Society premises after 6p.m. on Sunday.

    Carp Fair Prize Money and Membership

    • Admin Share - Carp Fair deducts 10% of the prize money earned.
    • Membership:
      • Children and youth 17 years of age and younger - FREE
      • Adults 18 years of age and older - $10 membership.
    • Membership must accompany entries unless retained from last year's prize money. Membership is also deducted from prize money earned for next consecutive year should the exhibitor earn over $10.00 as an adult.
    • Entries to be made online at https://www.assistexpo.ca/carpfair or an entry form may be submitted to the Carp Fair Office.
    • If there is a discrepancy or if you have any questions, please contact the Carp Fair office.

    • The honey is to be a 2024 product and is to be displayed in a 500ml jar.

    SCORE - Liquid honey

    Colour 5%, Moisture 15%, Clarity 10%, Freedom from granulation 10%, Freedom from froth & impurities 15%, Brightness 20%, Flavour 20%, Evenness of fill 5%

    The Public Health Act (sec.32) states “Hazardous food … shall be maintained, transported and offered for sale at a temperature not lower than 5 degrees Celsius or not higher than 60 degrees Celsius.” Because of these regulations there will be no sale of items following the fair.

    Honey

    Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, 5th: $5

    Classes:

    1.

    Light

    Sponsorship: Linda Downey

    Sponsorship: M & P Farm Equipment

    2.

    Golden

    3.

    Amber

    4.

    Comb Honey 3" x 4" block in a commercial foil container

    5.

    Beeswax - 2 samples to be shown

    6.

    Article made from beeswax - e.g. candles, lip balm, etc.

    7.

    Creamed honey

    8.

    Chunk honey

    SPECIAL CLASSES

    9.

    Best display of honey products - not to exceed 2' x 2' Focus on pollination and pollinator health for display. Consideration will be given to the variety of products and the attractiveness of the display. Commercially manufactured products cannot be included.

    Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

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    Flowers Department

    FLOWER DEPARTMENT

    SECTION 29

    Directors in Charge:

    Sandra Hudson - sandyhudson12@hotmail.com (613-898-5564)

    Kathy McCord - kathy.mccord75@gmail.com (613-227-8956)

    If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge

    SPECIAL THANK YOU TO BEV & STAN COWAN, WOODLAWN, ON
    FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE FLOWER DEPARTMENT

    A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8 p.m. on Monday, September 23rd, 2024, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be brought to the Exhibit Hall on Wednesday, September 25th, 2024, from 6p.m. – 8:30p.m., or before 9:30a.m. on Thursday, September 26th. Judging takes place on Thursday, September 26th, 2024 starting at 10a.m. and is closed to the public. Exhibits need to be removed between 5:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. on Sunday, September 29th, 2024. The Carp Agricultural Society will not be responsible for exhibits left on the Society premises after 6p.m. on Sunday.

    Carp Fair Prize Money and Membership

    • Admin Share - Carp Fair deducts 10% of the prize money earned.
    • Membership:
      • Children and youth 17 years of age and younger - FREE
      • Adults 18 years of age and older - $10 membership.
    • Membership must accompany entries unless retained from last year's prize money. Membership is also deducted from prize money earned for next consecutive year should the exhibitor earn over $10.00 as an adult.
    • Entries to be made online at https://www.assistexpo.ca/carpfair or an entry form may be submitted to the Carp Fair Office.
    • If there is a discrepancy or if you have any questions, please contact the Carp Fair office.


    IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

    1. Articles entered in any Class (1 - 45) must not be entered in the Specials Classes (100 - 111). Exhibitors must use containers which are suitable and not upset easily. Professional exhibitors are prohibited from entering any classes.
    2. All flowers and blooms exhibited must be grown by the exhibitor.
    3. No purchased, plastic or silk flowers may be used.

    HINTS FOR THE EXHIBITORS IN THIS SECTION:

    1. All exhibits should be arranged attractively.
    2. Cut flowers are to be shown on long stems and where possible, with foliage.
    3. For taller stems and larger containers, use of cedar is recommended to hold stems in place.
    4. Cedar used as a filler should not show above the container level.
    5. Flowers should be as uniform as possible.
    6. Make sure to measure the diameter of the blooms and enter the proper size by class.
    7. A spray is a portion of a plant with a number of flowers.
    8. A stem is a plant structure carrying one or more flowers and/or buds.
    9. A bloom is an individual flower, one to a stem.
    10. If a bud is not opened and not showing any colour, it does not count as a bloom and it is a good idea to remove it.
    11. Exhibits must contain the exact number of flowers specified for the class.
    12. Do not leave seed heads on the exhibit.
    13. Watch for wilted petals.
    14. Remove debris from pot.
    15. In dahlia classes, green centers should not be showing and the blooms should be at approx. a 45 degree angle from the stem.
    16. Ideal gladiolus spikes should show 1/3 open, 1/3 bud and 1/3 green.
    17. A snapdragon may have more than 1 spike; note what is specified for the class.
    18. African violets should contain only a single crown in a pot.
    19. Sedum light and dark classes are differentiated by colour of stem
    20. In a floral arrangement there should be no leaves in the water
    21. Cut flowers should be in water

    NOTE: Please read the class specifications carefully. No entries shall exceed 18 inches in height or width, unless otherwise stated.

    CUT FLOWERS

    Prizes: 1st: $5.00, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.00

    Classes:

    1.

    Sedum Light - 3 stems, no higher than 15"

    2.

    Sedum Dark - 3 stems no higher than 15"

    Sponsorship: West Carleton Garden Club

    3.

    Hosta - any small variety 2 stems leaf size not to exceed 10"

    4.

    Hosta - any large variety 2 stems leaf size not to exceed 18"

    5.

    Sunflowers - any colour 3 blooms not to exceed 8" diameter, must be on stems in water

    Sponsorship: Anglican Parish of Huntley, Janet Foley

    6.

    Petunia - Single 3 stems any colour

    Sponsorship: Carleton Refrigeration & Heating & Air Conditioning Ltd.

    7.

    Dahlia - 3 blooms under 6" diameter

    8.

    Marigold - less than 2" diamter of bloom 3 blooms

    9.

    Marigold - over 2" diamter of bloom, 3 blooms

    10.

    Rose - any kind, 1 stem name variety

    11.

    Panicle Hydrangea - 2 sprays - not to exceed 18" from the rim of the container

    12.

    Rose Garden - no extra foliage floating in bowl

    13.

    Pansy - 3 blooms

    14.

    Daisy - 3 blooms any colour or size

    15.

    Herbs - 3 varieties, 3 stems each, named and display in mason jar with water

    16.

    Any annual flower, not listed Please name variety, 2 stems or blooms

    17.

    Collection of perennials - 3 named in a vase

    Sponsorship: Heinke Brodersen

    18.

    Zinnia - 2 blooms (Not pan pan) any colour

    19.

    Asters - 2 sprays, any colour

    HOUSE PLANTS

    Prizes: 1st: $5.00, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.00

    20.

    Most unusual plant - named, pot not to exceed 8"

    Sponsorship: Bob & Kathy Foster

    21.

    Succulent arrangement - min. 3 varieties In a container, not to exceed 8"X11"

    Sponsorship: Carleton Refrigeration & Heating & Air Conditioning Ltd.

    22.

    Cactus - not to exceed 8"

    Sponsorship: Janet Foley

    23.

    Jade - pot not to exceed 8"

    24.

    African violet - single, in bloom, any colour

    25.

    Christmas cactus - pot not to exceed 8"

    26.

    Orchid pot cannot exceed 8" - must be flowers bloomed, colour of choice

    Prizes: 1st: $5.00, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.50, 4th: $3.00, 5th: $2.50, 6th: $2.00, others: $0.00

    Miniature classes:

    Plant cannot exceed 5" in any direction

    50.

    Snap Dragons 3 spikes of any colour

    51.

    Rose any colour

    52.

    "Tiny but Proud" - A miniature design not to exceed 5"

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4, others: $0

    Sponsorship: Kathy McCord

    Junior - Ages 5-10 Years:

    Prizes: 1st: $5.00, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.50, 4th: $3.00, 5th: $2.50, 6th: $2.00, others: $0.00 - Unless otherwise noted

    38.

    Rainbows- a collection of colourful flowers- a collection of flowers of at least 5 colours of the rainbow displayed in a painted tin ca

    39.

    House plant clipping - with roots labeled in a clear plastic decorated cup - under the sea theme

    Junior ages 11-16:

    Prizes: 1st: $5.00, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.50, 4th: $3.00, 5th: $2.50, 6th: $2.00, others: $0.00 - Unless otherwise noted

    42.

    Taylor Swift "Cruel Summer" Taylor Swift "Cruel Summer" - a collection of annuals and perennials found in the garden displayed in a bejeweled contai

    43.

    Best Team Ever a cheerful arrangement of bright & brilliant annuals and perennials representing your favourtie sports teams colours dis Can have plastic holder inside, not to exceed 18''

    44.

    Movie Night an arrangement that showcases your favourite movie displayed in a container of your choice. Accessories permitted

    Special Classes - Individual Flower Arrangments:

    No entry to exceed 12" width

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4, others: $0 - Unless otherwise noted

    100.

    Here Comes the Bride a wedding bouquet for the bride using fresh flowers and greenery.

    Sponsorship: West Carleton Garden Club

    101.

    Carp Fair Colours Arrangment of red and white

    Sponsorship: Janet Foley

    102.

    Jean's Best a 4-H green and white themed centerpiece

    Sponsorship: Wendy & Bill Cox

    103.

    Tea Time An arrangment using tints and tones of any one colour displayed on a tea pot

    Sponsorship: Janet Foley

    104.

    FORE (Males Only) - an arrangement including golf items.

    Sponsorship: Janet Foley

    105.

    High Heels & Corn Fields an arrangement of flowers in a high heel shoe. Accessories permitted.

    Sponsorship: Wendy & Bill Cox

    106.

    Let's Celebrate - celebratory design, using your imagination, in an antique container

    Sponsorship: Wendy & Bill Cox

    107.

    Cheers - Two colours (not counting foliage) In a beer mug or stein

    Sponsorship: Kathy McCord

    108.

    Christmas Centerpiece an elegant centerpiece that incorporates fresh flowers and greenery to decorate your family's dining room table. Accesso

    109.

    Dad/Grandpa's favourite house plant (males only)

    The West Carleton Garden Club Award- Awarded to the exhibitor having the highest total points in Section 29, as a whole.
    Each 1st place awarded 3 points, each 2nd place 2 points, each 3rd place 1 point.

    Prize: $35

    Sponsorship: West Carleton Garden Club

    Chantal Lord Memorial Trophy Awarded to the exhibitor having the most entries in section 29, as a whole.

    Prize: $25

    Culinary Science Department

    CULINARY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT

    SECTION 30

    Directors in Charge:

    Hannah Cox - hannah@heritagegrade.com (613-894-9828)

    Ashley Caldwell - caldwellashley9@gmail.com (613-808-5704)

    If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge

    A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8 p.m. on Monday, September 23rd, 2024, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be brought to the Exhibit Hall on Wednesday, September 25th, 2024, from 6p.m. – 8:30p.m., or before 9:30a.m. on Thursday, September 26th. Judging takes place on Thursday, September 26th, 2024 starting at 10a.m. and is closed to the public. Exhibits need to be removed between 5:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. on Sunday, September 29th, 2024. The Carp Agricultural Society will not be responsible for exhibits left on the Society premises after 6p.m. on Sunday.

    RULES FOR EXHIBITORS:

    Please read the prize list carefully - entries presented incorrectly will be disqualified at the Judge's discretion. Classes are open to all ages unless specified. One article cannot be shown in more than one section. All food entries need to be in clean plastic bags. Please attach entry tags to plates.

    Carp Fair Prize Money and Membership

    • Admin Share - Carp Fair deducts 10% of the prize money earned.
    • Membership:
      • Children and youth 17 years of age and younger - FREE
      • Adults 18 years of age and older - $10 membership.
    • Membership must accompany entries unless retained from last year's prize money. Membership is also deducted from prize money earned for next consecutive year should the exhibitor earn over $10.00 as an adult.
    • Entries to be made online at https://www.assistexpo.ca/carpfair or an entry form may be submitted to the Carp Fair Office.
    • If there is a discrepancy or if you have any questions, please contact the Carp Fair office.


    TIPS FOR EXHIBITORS - Score for baked goods

    • 30% General appearance
    • 30% Internal appearance
    • 40% Flavour & Aroma

    Please display the number of items as indicated in the prize list, and display as requested. In classes 1-22 & 100-131+133, the first, second & third place entries will be exhibited during the fair. Food items that do not place in the top three will be donated to the Shepherds of Good Hope if public health allows CAS to do so at the time. No holding due to regulations.

    The Public Health Act (sec.32) states “Hazardous food … shall be maintained, transported and offered for sale at a temperature not lower than 5 degrees Celsius or not higher than 60 degrees Celsius.” Because of these regulations there will be no bake sale at the time of lifting of exhibits.

    PLEASE READ RULES FOR EXHIBITORS AND TIPS FOR EXHIBITORS CAREFULLY

    BREAD & ROLLS

    QUICK BREAD & ROLL TIPS:

    • Loaves: Cracks on loaves are acceptable
    • Coffee cakes: Loaf cakes should have even colour, a tender crust, no moisture on top. Top cracks are accepted.
    • Muffins: Should be uniform, rounded tops, no peaks, moist internal appearance, no tunnels, do not over mix muffins, do not use paper cups.
    • Yeast: No glazing - i.e. no butter, milk or mixes to be used.
    • Bread: Size and shape should be well proportioned, with an even golden top and bottom crust & no cracks. Do not pick with fork. Bread should be light for the loaf size, with no internal holes.
    • Rolls: are a single item
    • Buns: are attached

    All exhibits to be shown on sturdy paper plate & in plastic bag

    Bread:

    Prizes: 1st: $7, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4 - Unless otherwise noted

    1.

    White bread - Not from a breadmaker, no glazing, 1/2 loaf (consistently brown, knead well)

    2.

    Dinner rolls - White - No glazing, 3 (consistent size and smooth)

    3.

    Bread - Whole wheat, yeast - 60% whole wheat, no molasses, no glazing, 1/2 loaf

    Sponsorship: Shirley Dawson

    4.

    Bread - from a breadmaker - multi grain only, no glazing, 1/2 loaf

    Sponsorship: Warren & Wendy Lathem

    5.

    Cinnamon buns 3 rolled, iced, no raisins

    Grand Champion Bread Chosen from classes 1, 2, & 3

    Prize: $10 and Rosette

    Sponsorship: Linda Downey

    CAKES & MUFFINS

    CAKE TIPS:

    • Strive for uniform thickness of layers
    • Cake should slightly round on top
    • Icing should touch plate
    • White cakes have only egg whites
    • Light cake has whole eggs
    • Icing uses icing sugar and can have whole eggs or just whites
    • Frosting uses no icing sugar
    • Decorated cakes - 50% general appearance, 50% workmanship

    All exhibits to be shown on sturdy paper plate & in plastic bag

    Cakes & Muffins:

    Prizes: 1st: $7, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4 - Unless otherwise noted

    6.

    Banana muffins - 3, without paper cups

    7.

    Zucchini chocolate chip loaf - 1/2 loaf

    8.

    Apple cake - 1/3 of cake from a 9'' X 13'' baking pan

    Sponsorship: Debbie Hillier

    9.

    Johnny cake - 1/2 of 8" square baking pan

    PIES & TARTS

    PIES & TARTS TIPS:

    All crust, tart & fillings must be homemade

    • Crust: Medium thickness, tender & flaky
    • Filling: Thick enough to hold shape
    • Medium depth tarts: homemade filling, no tin cups

    SCORE:

    20% General appearance, 40% Crust & 40% Filling

    Please use sturdy foil plates only. To ensure your pies are cooked, temper tin foil plates 10 minutes at 400 degrees F before using. For pies, use an 8" foil pie plate. Other exhibits to be shown on sturdy paper plates. Place all good exhibits in plastic bags. We request whole pies, as they judge the better half.

    Pies & Tarts:

    Prizes: 1st: $7, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4 - Unless otherwise noted

    10.

    Apple pie - No spice

    Sponsorship: John Helps, Maintenance on the grounds

    11.

    Pumpkin pie

    Sponsorship: Linda Downey

    12.

    Butter pecan tart - 3, no tin cups

    Sponsorship: Heather Kirk

    13.

    Any other tart - 3, labelled

    Sponsorship: Heather Kirk

    14.

    Any other pie - labelled

    COOKIES & SQUARES

    COOKIE TIPS:

    • Uniform size: even color
    • Rolled cookies: crisp, yet tender
    • Drop cookies: soft, slightly moist, tender
    • Filled cookies: firm enough to hold filling

    All exhibits to be shown on small sturdy plates & in plastic bag

    Cookies & Squares:

    Prizes: 1st: $3.50, 2nd: $3.00, 3rd: $2.50 - Unless otherwise noted

    15.

    Peanut butter cookies - 3, soft

    16.

    Molasses Cookies - 3

    17.

    Shortbread cookies- 3, plain

    Sponsorship: Heather Kirk

    18.

    Plain Chocolate Chip Cookies Competition - 6 15 years & younger (winning entry to go to the district meeting in October) Please refer to the OAAS rules and regulations at the end of the Culinary Science Department for this class.

    19.

    Granola bar - 3, no peanuts, size 2"x2"

    CANNED FRUIT

    NOTE: 250 ml or 500 ml bottles allowed. No decorative covers on bottles, no wax to be used. Must have good seal to be judged. All jars must be clean & sealed with new screw top lids.

    Fruit:

    Prizes: 1st: $5.00, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.50 - Unless otherwise noted

    20.

    Apple sauce - no spice

    Sponsorship: Neil Falls, In Memory of Sue Falls from the family Neil, Leah and Darren Falls

    21.

    Canned pears

    22.

    Canned peaches

    23.

    Stewed tomato - no additives, onions, celery or peppers

    JAMS, PRESERVES & MARMALADE'S

    JAMS & JELLIES SCORE: 25% General appearance, 25% Texture & 50% Flavour

    JAMS, PRESERVES & MARMALADE TIPS:

    Entries are disqualified if not sealed * use new lids only*

    Jams should be soft, spreadable, with no separation of fruit & juice; Jelly should be clear; Marmalade must have at least 1 citrus fruit or juice. ALL JARS MUST BE CLEAN & SEALED WITH NEW SCREW TOP LIDS.

    NOTE: 125 ml, 250 ml or 500 ml jars are permitted. Use no decorative covers on jars, no wax to be used. Entries must have a good seal to be judged.

    Jams, Preserves & Marmalade's:

    Prizes: 1st: $3.50, 2nd: $3.00, 3rd: $2.50 - Unless otherwise noted

    24.

    Strawberry jam - plain, cooked

    25.

    Raspberry jam - plain, cooked

    26.

    Blueberry jam - plain, cooked

    27.

    Peach jam - plain, cooked, no large chunks

    28.

    Marmalade - plain, cooked

    Sponsorship: In Loving Memory of Lyle Cox

    29.

    Crab apple jelly - skim off bubble or foam

    Sponsorship: Neil Falls, In Memory of Sue Falls on behalf of her family: Neil, Leah and Darren Falls

    30.

    Red pepper jelly

    31.

    Grape jelly

    Grand Champion Jam or Jelly Chosen from classes 23 - 31

    Prize: $10 and Rosette

    PICKLES & RELISHES

    SCORE: 25% General Appearance, 25% Texture, 50% Flavour & Aroma

    PICKLES & RELISHES TIPS:

    Entries are disqualified if the jars are not sealed. Use new lids only. Entries should have natural colour, uniform, medium sized pieces and clear (not cloudy) liquid.

    • 9 day pickles are sliced crosswise
    • Icicle pickles sliced lengthwise
    • Relishes have uniform pieces

    ALL JARS MUST BE CLEAN & SEALED WITH A NEW SCREW TOP LID

    NOTE: 250 ml & 500 ml bottles allowed. No decorative covers on bottles & no wax to be used. All entries must have good deal to be judged.

    Pickles & Relishes:

    Prizes: 1st: $5.00, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.50 - Unless otherwise noted

    32.

    Ripe cucumber relish

    Sponsorship: Heather Kirk

    33.

    Corn relish

    34.

    Fruit relish

    35.

    Zucchini relish

    36.

    Any other relish

    37.

    Dill beans

    38.

    Dill pickles

    Sponsorship: Wendy & Bill Cox

    39.

    Bread & butter pickles

    Sponsorship: Warren & Wendy Lathem

    40.

    Pickled beets

    Sponsorship: Warren & Wendy Lathem

    41.

    Icicle pickles, labelled

    43.

    Chili sauce

    44.

    Salsa sauce, mild

    45.

    Salsa sauce, hot

    President's Choice

    47.

    Homecraft President Kathy's Lemon Squares - x3

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

    48.

    Agricultural President James' Chocolate Chip Cookies - x3

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

    49.

    Past President Harold Daley's Raisin Pie

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4



    AGUSTA ARMSTRONG MEMORIAL

    50.

    1 pint fruit marmalade, 1 pint canned yellow beans & 1 pint ripe cucumber relish All displayed in a basket

    Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $10, 3rd: $5

    Sponsorship: Cheryl Reid-Haughian

    CULINARY SCIENCE SPECIALS

    CANDY & FUDGE TIPS:

    • Cut pieces with a hot knife
    • Fudge: Should be smooth, with no graininess & soft but firm enough to handle.
    • Brittle: Should be smooth & hard
    • Icing is made with icing sugar, frosting is cooked, half of a cake should have icing on three side.

    SCORE: 25% General appearance, 25% Texture & 50% Flavour

    All exhibits to be shown on sturdy paper plates & in plastic bags

    100.

    Light fruit cake - no icing, 1/2 loaf

    Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8

    101.

    Dark fruit cake - no icing, 1/2 loaf

    Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8

    Sponsorship: Wendy & Bill Cox

    102.

    Tomato soup cake - brown sugar icing, 1/2 cake

    Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8

    Sponsorship: Neil Falls, In Memory of Sue Falls from the family Neil, Leah and Darren Falls


    Brown Sugar Icing Recipe:
    1/2 cup butter
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    1/4 cup milk
    2 cups approx icing sugar
    1 tsp vanilla


    DIRECTIONS:
    Melt butter, add brown sugar.
    Microwave on high 1 minute until smooth.
    Add milk & stir in icing sugar rigorously to thicken.
    Mix quickly & add vanilla

    103.

    Family favourite squares - 3 portions, please attach copy of recipe

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

    Sponsorship: Wendy & Bill Cox

    104.

    Any loaf not listed - 1/2 loaf

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

    Sponsorship: Debbie Hillier

    105.

    Pound cake - no icing, 1/2 cake

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

    Sponsorship: Warren & Wendy Lathem

    106.

    Maple fudge -3 pieces, with or without nuts

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

    107.

    Gluten free cookie 3 cookies must be displayed and each cookie should be clearly labelled

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

    Sponsorship: Wendy & Bill Cox

    108.

    Grandma's only - 3 cookies of your choice

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

    Sponsorship: Wendy & Bill Cox

    109.

    Sour cream coffee cake - 1/2 cake, bundt or loaf pan

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

    110.

    Butter Tart Competition - 5 tarts, No fruit or nuts Please refer to the OAAS rules and regulations at the end of the Culinary Science Department for this class.

    111.

    Tea biscuits - 3, plain

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

    Sponsorship: Warren & Wendy Lathem

    112.

    Homemade soft pretzel - 1 pretzel

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

    Sponsorship: Neil Falls, In Memory of Sue Falls from the family Neil, Leah and Darren Falls

    113.

    Collection of family favourite homemade cookies 3 cookies must be displayed and each cookie should be clearly labelled

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

    SPECIALS SECTION FOR JUNIORS UNDER 16 YEARS - BOYS & GIRLS

    NOTE: All exhibits to be shown on sturdy paper plates or foil-covered cardboard in clear plastic covering. Exhibits not to exceed 10" in height or width. Classes 114-118 + 121 judged on appearance & presentation.

    114.

    Hand print cookie - ages 3-5 Child's hand print cookie decorated to look like a turkey. Only decoration to be judged - displayed on a paper plate

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, 4th: $4, 5th: $2, 6th: $1

    Sponsorship: Bob & Kathy Foster

    115.

    Graham wafer house with Fair theme - ages 6-8 Displayed on a paper plate

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, 4th: $4, 5th: $2, 6th: $1

    116.

    Bake & decorate 3 sugar cookies to look like your favourite animals - ages 9-12 Displayed on a paper plate

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, 4th: $4, 5th: $2, 6th: $1

    Sponsorship: Warren & Wendy Lathem

    117.

    Bake & decorate a cake to celebrate the Carp Fair - ages 13-16 Full cake, displayed on foil-covered cardboard

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, 4th: $4, 5th: $2, 6th: $1

    Sponsorship: Warren & Wendy Lathem

    118.

    Cupcake decorated to look like a dog - ages 3-5 Displayed on a paper plate

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, 4th: $4, 5th: $2, 6th: $1

    Sponsorship: Linda Downey

    119.

    Plain oatmeal cookies - ages 6-8 3 displayed

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, 4th: $4, 5th: $2, 6th: $1

    Sponsorship: Linda Downey

    120.

    Plain chocolate chip cookies - ages 10-15 3 displayed

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, 4th: $4, 5th: $2, 6th: $1

    121.

    Make a farm building out of cereal - Age 9- 12 Display on a base not to exceed 30 cm in any direction

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, 4th: $4, 5th: $2, 6th: $1

    Men's Only Baking Contest:

    Prize winning entries below become property of Carp Agricultural Society and will not be returned. Items will be auctioned off over the weekend.

    Prize: $50 - Unless otherwise noted

    122.

    Best chocolate cake - frosted or iced

    123.

    Best apple pie

    Ladies Only Baking Contest:

    Prize winning entries below become property of Carp Agricultural Society and will not be returned. Items will be auctioned off over the weekend.

    Prize: $50 - Unless otherwise noted

    124.

    Best 2 layer carrot cake - with buttercream icing

    125.

    Best pecan pie

    SUPPORT LOCAL

    New to the department this year, we would like to celebrate our local growers by creating some new classes that feature locally sourced ingredients. For every entry please provide a list of the locally sourced ingredients used and where they were acquired and attach to your entry.

    EX: Zucchini from XYZ Farm, Kinburn

    (Local would be within 50km of Carp)

    THANK YOU TO OTTAWA VALLEY GRAIN PRODUCTS FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF SUPPORT LOCAL

    130.

    Sourdough Bread -Baked using locally sourced flour -No glazing -Half loaf Please refer to the information mentioned under bread and rolls for further details

    Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8

    131.

    Zucchini chocolate chip muffins Baked using locally sourced ingredients (flour, zucchini, chocolate, etc.) 3 muffins, without paper cup liners Please refer to the information mentioned under cakes and muffins for further details

    Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8

    132.

    Pickled Eggs Please refer to the information mentioned under the pickles and preserves section for further details.

    Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8

    133.

    Open Class Baked good or preserve not already listed in the culinary section, with as many locally sourced ingredients as possible. Entries are to be presented with the requirements as they would in the bread and rolls, cake and muffins or pickles and preserves section.

    Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8

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