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Tillamook Land Products

JAMIE JOSI, SUPERINTENDENT

For questions call Jamie Josi – (503) 812-1506

Perishable [Culinary, Floral and Land Products] Exhibits need to be brought to the Fairgrounds on Monday, August 3rd between 10 am to 8 pm and Tuesday, August 4th from 9 am to 12 noon.

ENTRY RULES
1. Entries must be the property of the exhibitor and grown either by his own labor or under the direct supervision on his own or rented property.
2. Uniformity is important, choose items of same size and color to exhibit.
3. Herbs are judged for uniformity, maturity, table quality or decorative use.
4. Sheaf grains and gross exhibits to consist of one sheaf each, and be tied three times, once at the head, butt and middle, and must be two inches in diameter at the middle tie. We ask that you please dry them before bundling.
5. Roots must be washed clean and trimmed to 1 inch with the exception of beets. Do not trim beet roots. Tops must be trimmed to within 3 inches. All displays must be free from insects, pests, rot, and disease.
6. A display containing less than the amount specified will forfeit any right to premium.
7. Only one prize will be awarded per entry. Entries for individual prizes will not be allowed to compete in collective farm, school, community, or grange exhibits.
8. Some items are tasted by judge.
9. All agricultural and horticultural exhibits in these divisions become the property of the Fair Board as soon as they are placed on exhibition in the event that all or any part of the exhibits are wanted for advertising purposes, or for the purpose of making up exhibits at the State Fair.




Divisions: Beans & Peas Enter 10 specimens

500 Adult – Amateur
501 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
502 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

  1. Beans, any other, unlisted
  2. Beans, any shell type
  3. Beans, green pod, any
  4. Beans, purple pod, any
  5. Beans, yellow pod, any
  6. Peas, in pod
  7. Peas, snow – flat
  8. Peas, sugar snap - plump

Divisions: Bulb Vegetables Garlic, 1 braid, others 3 specimens
503 Adult – Amateur
504 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
505 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

  1. Garlic, braid
  2. Garlic, elephant
  3. Garlic, regular
  4. Leeks
  5. Onion, green
  6. Onion, multiplying
  7. Onion, other sweet
  8. Onion, red
  9. Onion, Walla Walla
  10. Onion, white
  11. Onion, yellow
  12. Shallots

Divisions: Fruits & Berries - Fruit Fruit, 5 or more, Plums, 6 or more, plate display - Berries, one cup standard measure

506 Adult – Amateur
507 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
508 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

  1. Apple red, summer
  2. Apple red, winter
  3. Apple yellow, summer
  4. Apple other, summer
  5. Apple, any other winter
  6. Nectarines
  7. Peaches
  8. Pears, any
  9. Plum – green, any variety
  10. Plum – red, any variety
  11. Plum – yellow, any variety
  12. Any fruit not already listed
  13. Blackberries, Marion
  14. Blackberries, any other variety
  15. Loganberries
  16. Raspberries
  17. Strawberries, any
  18. Blueberries
  19. Huckleberries
  20. Any berries not already listed

Divisions: Garden Collections

509 Adult – Amateur
510 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
511 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

  1. “Garden Basket” – Use of a basket displaying a combination of land products.
  2. “Harvester’s Choice” – Any combination of land products, using your choice of container
  3. “Stone Soup” – using old soup pot, 1 stone and a combination of land products.


Divisions: Grasses in Sheaves

Sheaf grains and grass exhibits to consist of one sheaf each, and must be tied three times, once at the head, butt and middle, and must be two inches in diameter at the middle tie. We ask that you please dry them before bundling.


512 Adult – Amateur
513 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
514 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

  1. Alsike Clover
  2. Any other standard
  3. Fescue
  4. Lotus Major
  5. Meadow Foxtail
  6. Oats
  7. Orchard Grass
  8. Red Clover
  9. Reed’s Canary
  10. Rye
  11. Velvet Grass
  12. Vetch
  13. Wheat
  14. White Clover variety

Divisions: Herbs – Culinary Over ripe or herbs gone to seed disqualified, enter as decorative as available.

515 Adult – Amateur
516 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
517 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

  1. Basil
  2. Bay, sweet 30
  3. Borage
  4. Chives
  5. Cilantro/coriander
  6. Curry
  7. Dill
  8. Fennel
  9. Lemon Balm
  10. Marjoram
  11. Mint, peppermint
  12. Mint, spearmint
  13. Oregano
  14. Other, unlisted
  15. Parsley, curled
  16. Parsley, Italian or flat
  17. Rosemary
  18. Sage
  19. Tarragon
  20. Thyme
  21. Thyme, Lemon

Divisions: Herbs – Decorative, Enter 1 bunch, in water.

518 Adult – Amateur
519 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
520 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

  1. Arrangement, fresh
  2. Arrangement, other
  3. Catnip
  4. Chamomile in water
  5. Lavender
  6. Other, unlisted
  7. Potted herb collection
  8. Potted herb, single
  9. Sweet Woodraff
Pictured above is part of the Land Products room at the 2017 Tillamook County Fair. Be sure you stop by and check out the displays at our 2018 Tillamook County Fair.


***SPECIAL AWARDS***

Special Awards are presented to exhibits entered in Open Class

Jeannie Larson Award – The Fair Board will present $10 and a Best of Show Ribbon for the best garden basket displaying a combination of land products.

Howard G. Smith Award – The Fair Board will present $10 for an entry that exemplifies an outstanding land products exhibit.

Superintendent’s Award - $10 and a Special Award Ribbon from Road’s End Dairy will be awarded to an exhibit that generates interest in land products. This could be a courtesy exhibit.

Junior Gardener Award - $10 from Road’s End Dairy will be awarded to an outstanding exhibit by a youth 13 years or younger.

Bringing in the Sheaves Award - $10 from Road’s End Dairy will be awarded to the best overall grass bundle.

Fair Spirit Award – $20 cash given in memory of Harvey Godwin to a display using land products and fair theme, Let the Good times Grow. This could be a courtesy exhibit.

Feature Creature Award - $10 will be given by Misty Meadow Dairy to the most creative creature in Youth Divisions, Fairbuds thru Age 13.

Ivan Boge Award - $30 cash award given by Fawcett Creek Farm for the biggest pumpkin.

Armstrong Award - $20 will be given by Josh Armstrong to the biggest vegetable in the land products department.

Tom Weber Memorial Award - $25 will be given by Suzanne Weber to the best overall vegetable exhibit.


Divisions: Largest Specimens, Enter 1 specimen.


521 Adult – Amateur
522 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
523 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

  1. Artichoke
  2. Bean, pod
  3. Bean, tallest stalk
  4. Beet
  5. Broccoli
  6. Cabbage
  7. Carrot
  8. Cauliflower
  9. Celery
  10. Corn ear, largest
  11. Corn stalk, tallest
  12. Cucumber
  13. Dill, tallest
  14. Garlic, largest bulb
  15. Garlic bulb w/top on
  16. Horseradish root
  17. Jerusalem Artichoke
  18. Kohlrabi
  19. Lettuce head
  20. Lettuce loose leaf
  21. Onion stalk
  22. Ornamental Kale
  23. Peas, garden, pod
  24. Pea Vine, tallest
  25. Pepper, any
  26. Potato
  27. Pumpkin
  28. Radish
  29. Rhubarb, stalk
  30. Squash, any other
  31. Squash, zucchini
  32. Sunflower, blossom
  33. Sunflower, stalk, largest
  34. Sunflower, stalk, tallest
  35. Swiss Chard
  36. Tomato
  37. Turnip

Divisions: Leaf Vegetables Enter 1 specimen.

524 Adult – Amateur
525 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
526 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

  1. Any other
  2. Cabbage, green
  3. Cabbage, red
  4. Kale, 1 bunch
  5. Lettuce, head, in water
  6. Lettuce, loose-leaf in water
  7. Lettuce, romaine
  8. Spinach, any 1 bunch in water
  9. Swiss Chard, 1 bunch in water

Divisions: Miscellaneous Farm Products Display dry peas & beans in one-pint canning jar with lid, Eggs, 1 dozen per variety

527 Adult – Amateur
528 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
529 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

  1. Beans, colored, dry
  2. Beans, white dry
  3. Chicken eggs, bantam
  4. Chicken eggs, brown
  5. Chicken eggs, unlisted
  6. Chicken eggs, white
  7. Duck eggs
  8. Eggs, any other
  9. Honey, narrow mouth
  10. Hops, 1 bundle or exhibitors discretion
  11. Land freaks & oddities
  12. Peas, dried
Divisions: Other Vegetables Enter number of specimens, indicated

530 Adult – Amateur
531 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
532 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

  1. Artichokes, 2
  2. Broccoli, 1 bunch
  3. Cauliflower, 1 head
  4. Celery, 1 bunch
  5. Corn, table, 2 ears
  6. Horseradish, 1 6” bunch
  7. Peppers, bell, 2
  8. Peppers, hot any, 2
  9. Peppers, sweet any, 2 10. Rhubarb, 2 stalks
  10. Tomatoes, any other unlisted
  11. Tomatoes, Cherry, stem of 5 or more
  12. Tomatoes, green, 2
  13. Tomatoes, ripe, 2

Divisions: Potatoes Enter 5 specimens

533 Adult – Amateur
534 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
535 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

1. Fingerling, any
2. Norland
3. Other, purple unlisted
4. Other, red unlisted
5. Other, white unlisted
6. Other, yellow unlisted
7. Purple salad potatoes
8.Russet
9.Yukon gold


Divisions: Rooted Vegetables Enter 5 specimens

536 Adult – Amateur
537 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
538 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

1. Beets, cylindra
2. Beets, round
3. Carrots, colored
4. Carrots, table, long
5. Carrots, table, short
6.Kohlrabi
7.Radish, any
8.Turnip


Divisions: Squash & Cucumbers Enter 2 specimens each


539 Adult – Amateur
540 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
541 Youth – ages 14-18

Class # Class Description

1. Crook Neck
2. Squash, any Winter
3. Squash, any Summer,unlisted
4. Zucchini, green
5. Zucchini, yellow


Divisions: Youth Land Products Exhibits
(13 years old or under) All specimens must be grown by exhibitor

542 Fair Buddies – ages 03-05
543 Youth ages 06-10
544 Youth – ages 11-13

Class # Class Description

1. Beans, 5
2. Beets, table, 3
3. Carrots, 3
4. Cucumbers, any, 2
5. Feature Creature, made from one or more land products, can use props
6. Lettuce, loose leaved, 1
7. Onions, 3
8. Peas, 5
9. Potatoes, red, 3
10.Potatoes, purple, 3
11. Potatoes, white, 3
12. Radish, any, 3
13. Rhubarb, 2
14. Squash, 2

Tillamook County Fairgrounds
503-842-2272
tillamookfair@tillamookfair.com
4603 East 3rd Street
Tillamook, OR, 97141

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