Fruits Vegetables and Farm Produce
Entries will be received in the arena on Thursday from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. and on Friday from 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. with the exception of Art and Photography, which will ONLY be received Thursday evening. No entries will be accepted after 12:00 p.m. on Friday. Judging will commence on Thursday at 8:30 p.m. for Photography and promptly at 12:30 p.m. on Friday for all other classes.
Exhibitors must show their membership card when dropping off and picking up exhibits. Entries MUST remain in the arena until 4:30 p.m. on Sunday and MUST be picked up by 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. Ilderton Agricultural Society’s Directors (IAS) and Volunteers are NOT responsible for exhibits left after 5:00 p.m. on Sunday.
The seven dollar ($7.00) IAS membership fee entitles the bearer to one admission ticket and the right to enter exhibits. NO ENTRY FEE or IAS MEMBERSHIP is required for Junior members (18 years of age and under) entering Junior Sections. However, if a Junior is entering an Adult/Open Section, then a membership is required and those entries MUST be on Adult/Open Entry Form.
Exhibitors are entitled to ONE entry per listed section. At the Chairperson’s discretion, sections with a large number of entries may be divided. Articles in each section must be grown/completed by exhibitor since the 2018 Ilderton Fair.
Judges and committees have full power to place articles in their proper classes.
NOTE: Please cover name on any signed entries.
2020 IAS Membership will be deducted from all prize winnings of $9.00 or more.
All ADULT and JUNIOR HOMECRAFT and 4-H LIFESKILLS class winners MUST pick up their prize
winnings at the Fair Office in the arena between 1:00 p.m. on Saturday and 5:00 p.m. on Sunday.
COMMITTEE: (Chair) Chris Hunter, Don McNaughton, Roy Phillips, Evan Donley, Harold Saunders, Jacob Hunter, Ian Phillips, Brad Praill
1st Prize $6.00 • 2nd Prize $4.00 • 3rd Prize $2.00 (unless otherwise specified).
CLASS 41 – Roots
- Potatoes, Early White, basket of 20, basket supplied
- Potatoes, Yukon Gold, basket of 20, basket supplied
- Potatoes, Late Red, basket of 20, basket supplied
- Potatoes, Late White, basket of 20, basket supplied
CLASS 42 – Fruits
- Pears, Winter, five
- Fall Apples, Delicious, five
- Fall Apples, McIntosh Red, five
- Winter Apples, Empire, five
- Winter Apples, Ida Red, five
- Apples, any other, five
CLASS 43 – Vegetables
- Pie Pumpkin, two
- Squash, Hubbard, two
- Squash, Pepper, two
- Squash, Butternut, two
- Squash, Buttercup, two
- Leeks, five, tops trimmed
- Cabbage, Green, two heads, trimmed
- Cabbage, Red, two heads, trimmed
- Dried, edible beans, 1 cupful on plate
- Cooking Onions, grown from seed, five
- Spanish Onions, grown from seed, five
- Tomatoes, Red, five, stems on
- Tomatoes, Cherry, ten, stems on
- Table Carrots, short, five, no longer than 4.5″, tops trimmed to 1”
- Table Carrots, long, five, longer than 5.5″, tops trimmed to 1”
- Table Beets, five, trimmed to 1”
- Citrons, two
- Watermelons, two
- Green Peppers, three
- Sweet Peppers, any other variety, three
Hot Peppers, any other variety, three
|22. Largest pumpkin or squash, weighed First prize donated by Primerica, Alex McNaughton.||60.00||7.50||5.00||3.00||2.00|
|23. SPECIAL – Best pair of Halloween Pumpkins. NOT Carved or Decorated First Prize in memory of Doug Walls||10.00||5.00||4.00||3.00||2.00||1.00|
|24. SPECIAL – Garden Display, 2 of a Kind. 10 varieties or more, measuring 30” x 30”, frames provided||12.50||7.50||5.00||3.00||2.00|
4-H Largest Pumpkin Contest
Evan Donley and Bob Parkinson have donated the award winning giant pumpkin seeds and prize money for the 2019 competition.
1st $20, 2nd $15, and 3rd $10
The remaining 4-H pumpkin growers will receive $5.00 for their time in growing and showing their pumpkin. If disaster strikes, a diary of your effort will be accepted in lieu of a pumpkin for prize monies. Any questions please contact Bob Parkinson at 519-666-1859 or firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you to Evan Donley and Bob Parkinson for generously supporting
4-H in Middlesex County and the Ilderton Fair.
EGG CLASSES 54 AND 55
LOCATION: In the Fruits, Vegetables and Farm Produce Pavilion
RULES AND REGULATIONS:
1) Eggs will be judged on appearance and uniformity only.
2) Only fresh eggs are permitted. They do not have to be from pure-breeds.
3) 6 eggs must be displayed in a ½ egg carton (standard carton cut down to six will be accepted).
4) Eggs may be washed but not polished or heavily scrubbed.
5) Judges may break an egg to deem if it is fresh.
6) Egg size is of no importance.
7) Decorated eggs are not permitted.
8) The judge has the authority to re-classify an entry based on coloring or disqualify it.
9) The judge’s ruling and decisions are final.
10) Eggs are NOT for auction or sale as per the Ontario’s Food Safety and Quality Act, 2001.
Class 54 – Eggs Open
|1. White (Cream eggs shall be judged with white eggs)||6.00||4.00||3.00|
|3. Coloured (tinted, blue, green, pink)||6.00||4.00||3.00|