Otero County Fair Farm Products

Farm Products for the Otero County Fair will be accepting products grown by the exhibitors on Wednesday, September 21st, from 4-6 P.M.

Judging will start shortly after 6 P.M.

The event is free and open to adults and children. Rosettes and/or ribbons will be awarded to both age divisions.

For more information contact Dave Chelgren at 575-491-8066.

 

Farm Products

Entries Close at 6 P.M. on Wednesday of the fair

There is No Entry Fee

For information call Dave Chelgren 575-491-8066

  1. Competition is open to anyone in Otero County.
  2. Only one entry per class is allowed.
  3. Only products grown by the exhibitors may be displayed.
  4. Varieties must be labeled in all divisions and ribbons will be awarded for the best three (3) entries for any one variety or division.
  5. Entries will be delivered to the Fairgrounds and all entries, ribbons and awards removed in accordance with the Calendar of Events and Delivery Times for Exhibits shown on the Otero County Fair website.
  6. The Grand Champion exhibitor will be awarded a Rosette. Divisions 1 through 8 will be considered in awarding the Grand Champion.
  7. The Junior Grand Champion will also be presented a Rosette. Divisions 1 through 8 will be considered in awarding the Junior Grand Champion.

 

Category 1 – Junior (youth, 12 years and under)

Category 2 – Adult

 

DIVISION 1 – VEGETABLES

Class    1   Asparagus, 1 lb.

2   Beans, any variety, 1 lb.

3   Beets, stock, 3

4   Broccoli, 1 lb.

5   Brussel Sprouts, 1 lb.

6   Cabbage, any kind, 1

7   Cantaloupe, any variety, 1

8   Carrots, 3

9   Cauliflower, 1

10   Celery, any variety, 3 stalks

11   Corn, any variety, 3 ears

12   Cucumbers, any variety, 3

13   Cushaw, 1

14   Egg Plant, 1

15   Garlic, 3

16   Green Peas, 1 lb.

17   Muskmelons, any variety, 1

18   Okra, table size, 1 lb.

19   Onions, any variety, 3

20   Parsnips, 3

21   Peppers, any variety, 3

22   Potatoes, any variety, 3

23   Pumpkin, any variety, 1

24   Squash, any variety, 1

25   Turnips, white, 3

26   Tomatoes, any variety, 3

27   Watermelon, any variety, 1

 

DIVISION 2 – FRUIT

28   Apples, any variety, 3

29   Figs, 3

30   Grapes, any variety, 1 lb.

31   Grapes, others, 1 lb.

32   Nectarines, 3

33   Peaches, any variety, 3

34   Pears, any variety, 3

35   Plums, any variety, 3

36   Pomegranates, 3

37   Quince, 3

38   Strawberries, 1 lb.

 

DIVISION 3 – HONEY

39   Honey, 1 pint

40   Honey Comb

41   Honey Block

42   Bees Wax, 2 lbs.

 

DIVISION 4 – NUTS

43   Pecans, all cl., 1 pint

44   English Walnuts, 1 pint

45   Black Walnuts, 1 pint

46   Almonds, 1 pint

47   Pistachios, 1 pint

48   Jojobe, 1 lb.

 

DIVISION 5 – HEAD AND EAR GRAINS

49   Corn, any variety, 3

50   Popcorn, any variety, 3

51   Milo, red, 3

52   Hegari, 3

53   Grain sorghum, any variety

54   Sunflower, 1 head

55   Other

 

DIVISION 6- GRAINS AND SEEDS

56   Shelled corn, white

57   Shelled corn, yellow

58   Milo Maize

59   Hegari

60   Grain Sorghum, all varieties

61   Sweet Sorghum, all varieties

62   Wheat, spring

63   Wheat, winter

64   Oats, red

65   Oats, white

66   Barley

67   Millet

68   Cow Peas

69   Soy Beans

70   Pinto Beans

71   Beans, other field variety

 

DIVISION 7- SHEAF GRAINS

72   Wheat, any variety

73   Barley, any variety

74   Oats, any variety

75   Other grains

DIVISION 7- SHEAF FORAGE

76   Millet

77   Alfalfa

78   Sudan Grass

79   Soy Beans, 3 vines

80   Sorghum, Red top

81   Sweet Sorghum, any variety

82   Hegari

83   Kaffir

84   Corn

DIVISION 8 – GRASS AND FORAGE

85   Alfalfa, one bale (Block)

86   Grain Hay, one bale

DIVISION 10 – SHEAF GRASSES

87   Crested Wheat Grass

88   Tall Wheat Grass

89   Brome Grass

90   Orchard Grass

91   Meadow Fescue, any variety

92   Grama Grass

93   Black Grama Grass

94   Blade Grass

95   Blue Grass

96   Side Oats Grass

97   Weeping Love

98   Sand Love

99   Tall Meadow Oat Grass

100   Other Grasses