Sewn scrapbook cover
A Christmas stocking
A Christmas tree decoration using needlecraft
Special: For any exhibit by a 4H Club, $15.00 for each exhibit.
Please remember to attach your samples of material or yarn to your tags in all sections.
PLANTS AND FLOWERS Class 14
COMMITTEE:…………..Viola McLean (519) 287-5866 Eleanor Murray, Anna Semowoniuk, Wendy Britan RULES: · Please secure your Melbourne Fair Tags to all your exhibits · All entries to be in place by 1pm, Friday, August 12th, 2011;
not to be removed before 4:00pm, Saturday, August 13th ,2011 · All flowers and plants to be grown at home · Judging is done based on the rules from the „Ontario Judging
Standards Book‟ Publication 34, available at cost of $3.00 from committee member · No artificial flowers allowed unless stated · Entries must contain exact numbers specified · Any bud showing colour counts as a bloom · No prizes will be given if exhibits are not worthy · Flowers to be shown in suitable containers. All containers
brought at owner‟s risk · No professionals please · Exhibitor winning most points will be awarded a suitable gift · Last year’s winner not eligible for top prize. In case of a
tie, the person with the most „firsts‟ will be declared the winner
POINT SYSTEM 1st - 5 points PRIZE MONEY
2nd - 3 points
3rd - 2 points
Specimen bloom, red, one stem
Roses, three stems, any colour or kind, not miniature
Roses, miniature display, 3 stems
Single floating rose, 2 ½” to 3” in size, in a rose bowl
SHEEP Class 4
COMMITTEE………………………………….Ian McLean, 289-5071 Carrie MacLean
Sections 1 to 6 RULES AND REGULATIONS
All animals must be on grounds by 10:30 a.m. Judging to commence at 12:00 p.m. Saturday, August 13th,2011.
All entries must be owned by and registered in the name of the exhibitor and legibly tattooed.
The Melbourne Agricultural Society allows one animal per exhibitor of breeding unit in each section.
All exhibitors must be members of the Melbourne Agricultural Society. Membership fee $5.00.
All general rules of Melbourne Agricultural Society.
15% will be deducted from prize money in lieu of entry fee.
(a) Oxford (b) Southdown (c) Suffolk (d) Dorset to be shown in short fleece less than one (1) inch (e) Long Wools (f) AOB.
EWE – two tooth (two central permanent incisors). Second pair of permanent incisors may be fully up. Other two pairs of temporary incisors (milk teeth) must be firmly in place.
EWE – full mouth milk teeth (all eight temporary incisors). Born on property of the exhibitor.
RAM – two tooth (two central permanent incisors). Second pair of permanent incisors may be full up. Other two pairs of temporary incisors (milk teeth) must be firmly in place.
RAM – full mouth milk teeth (all eight temporary incisors). Both on the property of the exhibitor..
BREEDER‘S FLOCK – (bred and owned by the exhibitor). A group of four (4) animals: both sexes to be represented. Each animal in the group must have been exhibited in one of the preceding classes. All animals in group to be of one breed.
SPECIAL- Lamb shown by girl or boy under 16 years. PRIZE MONEY: $8 $6 $4 $2 $1, to the end. Donated by Anne McLean & Family in memory of Howard McLean.
BEST OXFORD EWE LAMB - Shown by girl or boy 16 or under - Plaque in memory of Howard McLean, donated by Southwestern Ontario Oxford Breeder