Commercial

Commercial

Section A

CONTACT: Richard Davis 613-659-3300
COMMITTEE: George Webster
ENTRY FEE: 10% of prize money.
PRIZES: $12 - $10 - $8
RULES:
- All entries to be grown by the exhibitor.
- Seed must be from either of the previous two year's growth.
- All grain and corn must be of the last two year's crop.
- All hay must be of this year's crop.
- Hay exhibits will consist of 2 four-inch slices from a bale; one for judging, one for display purposes.
- Forage and grain exhibits to be shown in plastic bags or wrapped in plastic.

Seed and Grain
CLASS
1. Oats, 5 lbs
2. Barley, 5 lbs
3. Fall wheat, 5 lbs
4. Sheaf of oats, 3" in diameter
5. Sheaf of barley (2 or 6 rows), 3" in diameter
6. Sheaf of fall wheat, 3" in diameter
7. Eight ears of corn
8. Sheaf of 8 stalks of silage corn
9. Shelled corn, 5 lbs
10. Soybeans, 5 lbs
Hay
11. Baled hay, 75% legumes (1st cut)
12. Baled hay, 75% grass (1st cut)
13. Second cut legume hay
14. Second cut grass hay
Silage
15. Haylage, 8 lbs
16. Corn silage, 8 lbs

2017 Fair Dates...

July 21 to 23, 2017
Gates open at 3pm!

Homecraft Registration
July 20 at 7pm and
July 21 at 8am

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Admission

Daily Pass:
Adults (13 & Up) - Friday $8, Saturday $10, Sunday $10

Weekend Pass - Adults $18 (Available at the Gates)

Kids (12 & under) - Free everyday!

World's Finest Shows

Midway Ride-all-Day bracelets!

Only $22.00!

Available until July 20, at 4:00 p.m.
at these locations:
Gananoque Pharmasave, Sears, Lucky Dollar, Rapid Valley Restaurant, Lion’s Den, J. W. Lackie & Sons, Hilltop Coffee Shop, Twist’s Outlet, Lansdowne Freshmart, Purcell’s Freshmart Mallorytown, Wing’s Live Bait

Please Note: Advance Midway Bracelets WILL NOT be sold at the Lansdowne Fair Office. 

LAS Meetings

The Lansdowne Agricultural Society meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm; unless otherwise advertised.

The Junior Fairboard meets the last Tuesday of the month at 7pm.
See Information tab for details.