- Entries are now closed for Agricultural Classes 2019
Exhibits to be staged by 8.30am (Please note the change to ensure all vehicles are off the show field by this time)
Judging to commence at 10.30am.
COMMERCIAL VEGETABLE 2019 CLASSES
ENTRY FEES £2.50 PRIZE MONEY 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £5
JUDGE for classes 201 – 205: A. Wells Esq.
JUDGE for classes 206 – 207: T. Wright Esq.
CHIEF STEWARD: A. Goodwin Esq. & P. Mayfield Esq
201 Six Carrots – With tops on. Any Variety. Commercially grown on a field scale.
202 Six Heaviest Carrots. Any Variety. Commercially grown on a field scale.
203 Six Onions – Any Variety. Commercially grown on a field scale.
204 Six Parsnips – With tops on. Any Variety. Commercially grown on a field scale.
205 Six Leeks – Any Variety. Commercially grown on a field scale.
206 Six Stalks of Maize – Without roots on – Any Variety.
207 Six Stalks of Beans – Without roots on – Any Variety.
SUGAR BEET 2019 CLASSES
Kindly sponsored by: Farmacy
JUDGE: M. Evans Esq. CHIEF STEWARD: A. Goodwin Esq. & P. Mayfield Esq
209 Six Sugar Beets – Washed, trimmed with tops left on. Winner will receive ‘The Drummond Miller Cup’
210 Single Heaviest Sugar Beet – Washed and topped in accordance with the British Sugar Contract
POTATO 2019 CLASSES
Sponsorship towards the Potato Classes by Hardstaff – Linby
JUDGE: P. Kirkland Esq. CHIEF STEWARD: A. Goodwin Esq. & P. Mayfield Esq.
213 Six Potatoes – White/Yellow Kidney
214 Six Potatoes – White/Yellow Round
215 Six Potatoes – Coloured Kidney
216 Six Potatoes – Coloured Round
217 Six Heaviest Potatoes – Any Variety
218 Six Potatoes for crisping – Any variety. Variety name to be displayed with entry.
FODDER 2019 CLASSES
JUDGE: T. Wright Esq. CHIEF STEWARD: A. Goodwin Esq. & P. Mayfield Esq.
219 Bale of meadow hay from the 2019 Crop
220 Bale of seed hay from the 2019 Crop
CEREAL AND BREAK CROP 2019 CLASSES
Sponsorship towards these classes by W. D. & J. M. Crane Farms
JUDGE: L. Bennett Esq.
CHIEF STEWARD: R. Hammond Esq. STEWARD: E. Hammond Esq.
1. All Corn and Break Crop Exhibits to be from the 2019 Crop.
2. Variety name to be displayed with all samples.
3. A minimum 7 lb (5lb rape) sample to be shown in all Classes. Bags of a uniform pattern will be provided by the Society for these Classes.
4. All corn will be sold unless the Steward is notified otherwise.
5. A red sticker on the bag will signify “Not for Sale”.
6. All exhibits to be staged by 8.30am. For judging to commence at 10.30am.
221 Sample of Milling Wheat. The winner will recive ‘The David Crane Trophy’
222 Sample of Feed Wheat. The winner will recived ‘The John Ashworth Millennium Trophy’
223 Sample of Oats
224 Sample of Feed Barley
225 Sample of Malting Barley. The winner will receive ‘The Lance Wilkinson Memorial Trophy’
226 Best Twelve Heads of Wheat with 9″ Straw
227 Best Twelve Heads of Barley with 9″ Straw
228 Best Twelve Heads of Oats with 9″ Straw
S229 Best Sample of Corn to be judged from the winners of classes 221 – 225. Winner presented with £40 & ‘The F.A. Reynolds Cup’
BREAK CROP CLASSES
230 Best sample of oil seed rape ‘The Frontier Trophy’
231 Best sample of winter or spring beans
232 Best sample of peas