2018 TILLAMOOK COUNTY FAIR, AUGUST 8TH-11TH "THERE'S MAGIC IN THE AIR, WITH A COUNTRY FLAIR"
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Tillamook Land Products

JAMIE JOSI, SUPERINTENDENT

ENTRIES CLOSE TUESDAY, AUGUST 9th, 10:00 A.M.
For questions call Jamie Josi – (503) 812-1506

ENTRY RULES
1. Any article exhibited at the Tillamook County Fair must have been produced in Tillamook County.
2. 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.
3. Uniformity is important, choose items of same size and color to exhibit.
4. Herbs are judged for uniformity, maturity, table quality or decorative use.
5. 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.
6. Exhibitors of “fresh” items that may spoil during the Fair, may replace their exhibit with a fresh item on Friday by delivering the item to the Department Superintendent. Replaced items will NOT be judged.
7. 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.
8. A display containing less than the amount specified will forfeit any right to premium.
9. One entry will not be allowed to compete for more than one prize. Entries for individual prizes will not be allowed to compete in collective farm, school, community, or grange exhibits.
10. Some items are tasted by judge.
11. Superintendent will be responsible that exhibits are entered in the right Class and Lot.
12. 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.
13. ALL EXHIBITS MUST REMAIN INTACT UNTIL 9:00 P.M. ON AUGUST 12th.
14. Tillamook County Fair Board will NOT be responsible for the theft or breakage of an entry.

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Class 49 – Beans & Peas
Lot #: Enter 10 specimens
1. Beans, green pod, any
2. Beans, yellow pod, any
3. Beans, purple pod, any
4. Beans, any shell type
5. Beans, any other, unlisted
6. Peas, in pod
7. Peas, sugar snap - plump
8. Peas, snow - flat

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Class 50 – Leaf Vegetables
Lot #: Enter 1 specimen
9. Cabbage, green
10. Cabbage, red
11. Kale, 1 bunch
12. Lettuce, head, in water
13. Lettuce, looseleaf, in water
14. Lettuce, Romaine
15. Spinach, any, 1 bunch in water
16. Swiss chard, 1 bunch in water
17. Any other
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Class 51 – Herbs
Culinary Over ripe or herbs gone to seed disqualified.
Enter as decoration as available.

Lot #: Enter 1 bunch in water
18. Basil
19. Bay, Sweet
20. Borage
21. Chives
22. Cilantro/coriander
23. Curry
24. Dill
25. Fennel
26. Lemon Balm
27. Marjoram
28. Mint, peppermint
29. Mint, spearmint
30. Mint, any, unlisted
31. Oregano
32. Parsley, curled
33. Parsley, Italian or Flat
34. Rosemary
35. Sage
36. Tarragon
37. Thyme
38. Thyme, Lemon
39. Other unlisted
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Class 52 – Herbs - Decorative
Lot #: Enter 1 bunch in water
40. Catnip
41. Chamomile in water
42. Sweet Woodraff
43. Lavender
44. Other, unlisted
45. Arrangement, fresh
46. Potted herb collection
47. Potted herb, Single
48. Arrangement, other


Class 53 – Rooted Vegetables
Lot #: Enter 5 specimens
49. Beets, cylindra
50. Beets, round
51. Carrots, table, long
52. Carrots, table, short
53. Carrots, colored
54. Kohlrabi
55. Radish, any 5
6. Turnip


Class 54 – Potatoes
Lot #: Enter 5 specimens
57. Fingerling, any
58. Norland
59. Purple salad potatoes
60. Russet
61. Yukon gold
62. Other, purple unlisted
63. Other, red unlisted
64. Other, white unlisted
65. Other, yellow unlisted
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Class 55 – Bulb Vegetables
Lot #: Garlic 1 braid, others 3 specimens
66. Garlic, braid
67. Garlic, elephant
68. Garlic, regular
69. Leeks
70. Onion, green
71. Onion, multiplying
72. Onion, other sweet
73. Onion, red
74. Onion, Walla Walla
75. Onion, white
76. Onion, yellow
77. Shallots


Class 56 – Other Vegetables
Lot #:

78. Artichokes, 2 specimens
79. Broccoli, 1 bunch in water
80. Cauliflower, 1 head
81. Celery, 1 bunch
82. Corn, table, 2 ears
83. Horseradish, 1-6” bunch
84. Peppers, bell, 2 specimen
85. Peppers, hot any, 2 specimen
86. Peppers, sweet any, 2 specimen
87. Rhubarb, 2 stalks
88. Tomatoes, Cherry, stem of 5 or more
89. Tomatoes, green, 2 specimens
90. Tomatoes, ripe, 2 specimens
91. Tomatoes, any other unlisted
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Class 57 – Squash & Cucumbers
Squash and Cucumber, enter 2 specimens each
Lot #:
92. Crook Neck
93. Squash, Zucchini, green
94. Squash, Zucchini, yellow
95. Squash, any, Summer unlisted
96. Squash, any Winter
97. Cucumber, Pickling
98. Cucumber, Slicing
99. Lemon Cucumber
100. Pumpkin, 1
101. Gourds, any


Class 58 – Junior Exhibits (12 years old or under)
All specimens must be grown by exhibitor
Lot #:
102. Beans, 5 specimens
103. Beets, table, 3 specimens
104. Cucumbers, any, 2 specimens
105. Carrots, 3 specimens
106. Lettuce, loose leaved, 1 specimen
107. Onions, 3 specimens
108. Peas, 5 specimens
109. Radish, any, 3 specimens
110. Potatoes, white, 3 specimens
111. Potatoes, red, 3 specimens
112. Potatoes, purple, 3 specimens
113. Squash, 2 specimens
114. Rhubarb, 2 specimens
115. Feature Creature, made from one or more land products, can use props
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Class 59 – Fruits & Berries
Lot #: APPLES, 5 or more, plate display
116. Any red, summer
117. Any red, winter
118. Any yellow, summer
119. Any yellow, winter
120. Any other summer
121. Any other winter
Lot #: PEACHES, 5 or more, plate display
122. Nectarines
123. Peaches
Lot #: PEARS, 5 or more, plate display
124. Pears, any
Lot #: PLUMS, 6 or more, plate display
125. Red, any variety
126. Green, any variety
127. Yellow, any variety
Lot #: ANY OTHER FRUIT, 5 or more, plate display
128. Any fruit not already listed

Lot #: BERRIES, One cup standard measure
129. Blackberries, Marion
130. Any other variety, blackberries
131. Loganberries
132. Raspberries
133. Strawberries, any
134. Blueberries
135. Huckleberries
136. Any berries not already listed



Class 60 – Miscellaneous Farm Products
Display dry peas and beans in one pint canning jar with lid
Lot #:
137. Land freaks & oddities
138. Chicken eggs, bantam, 1 dozen
139. Chicken eggs, brown shell, 1 dozen
140. Chicken eggs, white shell, 1 dozen
141. Chicken eggs, other unlisted, 1 dozen
142. Duck eggs, 1 dozen
143. Eggs, any other
144. Beans, colored, dry, 1 pint
145. Beans, white dry, 1 pint
146. Peas, dried, 1 pint

147. Hops, 1 bundle or exhibitors discretion
148. Honey, narrow mouthed, half pint jar

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Class 61 – grasses in Sheaves
Sheaf grains and gross 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.
149. Fescue
150. Meadow Foxtail
151. Velvet Grass
152. Reed’s Canary Grass
153. Orchard Grass
154. White Clover variety
155. Red Clover
156. Alsike Clover
157. Lotus Major
158. Oats
159. Rye
160. Vetch
161. Wheat
162. Any other standard

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Class 62 – Largest Specimens of Land Products
Enter 1 Specimen
Lot #:
163. Artichoke
164. Bean, pod
165. Bean, tallest stalk
166. Beet
167. Broccoli
168. Cabbage
169. Carrot
170. Cauliflower
171. Celery
172. Corn Stalk, tallest
173. Corn Ear, largest
174. Cucumber
175. Dill, tallest
176. Garlic, largest bulb
177. Garlic bulb with top on
178. Horseradish root
179. Kohlrabi
180. Lettuce head
181. Lettuc loose leaf
182. Onion stalk
183. Peas, garden, pod
184. Pea Vine, tallest
185. Pepper, any
186. Potato
187. Pumpkin
188. Radish
189. Rhubarb, stalk
190. Squash, zucchini
191. Squash, any other, Unlisted
192. Sunflower, stalk, largest
193. Sunflower, stalk, tallest
194. Sunflower, blossom
195. Swiss Chard
196. Tomato
197. Turnip
198. Jerusalem Artichoke
199. Ornamental Kale

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Class 63 – garden Collections
Lot #:
200. “Garden Basket” – Use of a basket displaying a combination of land
products.
201. “Stone Soup” – using old soup pot, 1 stone and a combination of land
products.
202. “Harvester’s Choice” – Any combination of land products, using your choice
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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.
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*** SPECIAL AWARDS ***

Special Awards are presented to exhibits entered in Open Class and Lot

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 to an entry which 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 - $5 from Rieger’s Nursery will be awarded to an outstanding exhibit by a youth 12 years or younger. Bringing in the Sheaves Award - $5 from Rieger’s Nursery will be awarded to the best overall grass bundle.
Fair Spirit Award - $20 cash will be given in memory of Harvey Godwin to a display using land products and the fair theme, There’s Magic in the Air, With a Country Flair. This could be a courtesy exhibit.
Feature Creature Award - $10 will be given by Misty Meadow Dairy to the most creative creature in Class 58, Lot 114.
Ivan Boge Award - $20 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.
Best Herb Award - $20 gift certificate from Sandy’s Nursery will be presented for the best overall herb exhibit.
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