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  • 1. U H ER D I T VE O Y 153 r d ’S OU OUHA R R AUGUST 23-28, 2011 VISIT OUT WEB-SITE AT: randolphfair.com OR E-MAIL US AT: randfair@aol.com ALL ENTRIES DUE AUGUST 9TH, 2011 JR. FAIR MARKET ENTRIES DUE AUGUST 17 TH, 2011
  • 2. BATESAMUSEMENT, INC. Is proud to present the ride midway at the RANDOLPH FAIR.✮ ✮ ✮ ✮ ✮ ✮ ✮ ✮ ✮ ✮ ✮ ✮ Unlimited Rides are available daily: Tuesday thru SaturdayUnlimited Ride Passes are $15.00 from 12:00 – 11:00 Sunday Unlimited Ride Passes are $15.00 from 1:00 – 8:00 OR INDIVIDUAL RIDE TICKETS are: $1.00 each Kiddie rides require 2 tickets per person Major rides require 3 tickets per person
  • 3. CONTENTSAdmission Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Kitchen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47- 48Advertisers Listing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Livestock Auction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31- 32Agricultural Education & FFA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Livestock Show - Fact Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 -23Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57-60 Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62Antique Power Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Miniature Horse Show. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 - 40Auxiliary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Officers & Board Of Directors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Beef Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33-34 Ohio’s Livestock Exhibition Rules . . . . . . . . . 13 -21Cake Decorating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Ohio Fair Schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63Camping Regulations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 OSTPA Truck & Tractor Pull . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 - 43Canned Goods / Wines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48-50 Parking Regulations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9Career Clubs & Youth Organizations . . . . . . . . . . 39 People’s Choice Award . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60Collections & Hobbies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60-61 Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 - 55County Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Rabbits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 - 36County Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Recycle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23Dairy Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Rental - Storage Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24Dairy Goats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Rough Truck Entry Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25Demo Derby - Entry Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Rules & Regulations, General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 -10Domestic Senior Day Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Knit, Crochet, Afghans, Quilts. . . . . . . . . . 50-51 Senior Fair King & Queen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Machine Sewing, Gift Wrap, Sheep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 - 35 Place Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51-52 Sheep and Goat Exhibition Requirements . . . . . . 12Draft Horses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-37 Special for 2011. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60Entertainment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-30 Street Stock Diesel 4x4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43Entry Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, 9 Superintendents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Fair Office Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Tractor Pull - Truck Pull . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41Fair Theme. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Trophy Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64Fine Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Vegetables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 - 47Floral . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55-56 Woodworking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55Food Animal Youth Quality Assurance - Minimum Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114-H General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 384-H Small Animal Committee - Sponsors . . . . . . 38Fruits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44Garden Tractor Pull . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43Grains & Seeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45Handicrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52-53Horse Pulls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40Jr. Fair Board / King & Queen Information . . . . . . 5Jr. Fair Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 -7 f 1
  • 4. ENTRY & FAIR ADMISSION OFFICE INFORMATION INFORMATIONAugust 1st Secretary’s Office will open for Fair Business (sell passes, tickets, etc.) GATES WILL OPEN EACH DAY OF THE FAIR TUESDAY THRU SUNDAY AT 7:00 A.M.August 9th Deadline for Open Class entries*8:00 p.m. Entries may be made by mail, in person at Fair Office during Office hours listed below or ADMISSION PRICES: by FAX (No Fax entry will be accepted after General Admission Ticket $5.00 August 9th) FAX 330-325-1311. NO E-mails Children 6 - 11 years $1.00 accepted for entries! Children Under 6 years FREEAugust 17th Deadline for Jr. Fair Market Entries7:00 p.m. (Any market animal that will be sold at the Season Pass - General Admission $15.00 Jr. Fair Livestock auctions.) Season Pass - Children 6 - 11 years $4.00* Unless entry is made in the classification in which the articleis named, no premiums will be awarded. Exhibitors must Children Under 12 years On Kid’s Day FREEdetermine for themselves in which classification they will make Thursday, August 25ththeir entry. Telephone numbers for the Superintendents in eachdepartment are available in this book if you should need helpor have questions. Entry deadline is two weeks prior to the fair Senior Citizens & Veterans Day FREE(August 9th) unless buildings fill prior to deadline. Absolutely Friday, August 26thno changes in entries will be made after entries close onAugust 9th. Portage County Agricultural Society Membership* Items entered in Departments 16 through 47 are to be delivered NO Admission Included $5.00to the Fairgrounds on Monday, August 22nd between 8:00 a.m.and 8:00 p.m. All items must remain in place until 8:00 p.m.on Sunday, August 28th. Please pick up your entry tags outside GRANDSTAND ADMISSION TICKET PRICES:the Fair Office before proceeding to the Department/Building Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturdaywhere the Department Superintendents will be stationed to Reserved Seating $8.00accept your entries.* Items are to be picked up on Sunday from 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 Friday & Sundayp.m. or on Monday the day after the fair ends from 9 a.m. to General Admission $5.00Noon. You will pick up your premium check at the same time. Diane Wise, Secretary Portage County Randolph FairP.O. Box 213, 4215 Fairground Rd., Randolph, OH 44265 330-325-7476 • FAX 330-325-1311 Website: www.randolphfair.com E-mail: Randfair@aol.com FAIR OFFICE HOURS:November W 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.December – January –– By AppointmentFebruary W 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Publication’s Title: Portage County Randolph FairMarch – May M-W-F 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Issue Date: Summer 2011June – July M-F 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Statement of Frequency: AnnuallyAugust M-F 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Authorized Organizations: Randolph Fair Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. P.O. Box 213** August 9th Tues. 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Randolph, Ohio 44265September – October M-W-F 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Issue Number: #10 CLOSED ON HOLIDAYS f 2
  • 5. 2011 OFFICERS & BOARD OF DIRECTORS BOARD OF DIRECTORS Term Expires 2011 Stan Wojciechowski Charles BreidingPresident - Charles Breiding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-7430 Stephen Georges Dave Tomlinson 3839 Randolph Rd., Mogadore 44260 James E. May Chet WileyVice President - Tim Wise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-9929 Ernest Sayre 3828 Eberly Rd., Hartville 44632Secretary - Diane Wise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-9929 Term Expires 2012 3828 Eberly Rd., Hartville 44632 W. Ernest Rufener Sharon EldrethAsst. Secretary - Gail Neal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-947-2941 Timothy Wise James C. May (Jr.) 1363 Industry Rd., Atwater 44201 Virginia Hamilton David KuntzmanTreasurer - James T. Bailey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-7418 Bonnie Schuck 2714 Hartville Rd., Rootstown 44272Asst. Treasurer - Bonnie Schuck . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-0773 Term Expires 2013 P.O. Box 185, Randolph 44265 James Bailey Kevin WiseAsst. Treasurer - Debi Heppe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-947-2544 Jeff Kisamore Harold Mansfield 4599 Eberly Rd., Atwater 44201 Tracey Koszalka Fred FearW. Ernest Rufener . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-628-4190 Donny Garretson 848 St. Rt. 43, Suffield 44260James E. May. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-628-3752 ELECTION OF DIRECTORS 1450 Conley Rd., Mogadore 44260 Annual Election of Randolph Fair Directors to be held at theVirginia Hamilton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-7318 fair office on a Saturday in October, 2011, actual date to be 4204 Fairground Rd., Atwater 44201 determined by the Fair Board. Election to be held in Fair OfficeErnest Sayre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-1470 on the Randolph Fairgrounds 3- 7 p.m. P.O. Box 177, Randolph 44265Harold Mansfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-296-4948 Only persons holding membership tickets at least thirty (30) 7410 Hughes Rd., Ravenna 44266 days before election are eligible to vote. Members to declareDavid Tomlinson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-358-2535 candidacy must be a society member one year before being 5817 McClintocksburg Rd., Ravenna 44266 eligible to run for director by filing with the Secretary a petitionFred Fear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-296-9083 signed by ten (10) or more members of the Society, at least 8724 Limeridge Rd., Ravenna 44266 fifteen (15) days before the Annual Election is held. DirectorsStan Wojciechowski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-935-0566 are required to put in 100 work hours in addition to fair time and attending board meetings, besides the regular duties of Fair P.O. Box 369, Randolph 44265 Board director. Petitions shall be furnished by the Society andKevin Wise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-3314 shall be obtained from the Secretary of the Society. 4061 Tallmadge Rd., Rootstown 44272Sharon Eldreth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-7493 Membership Tickets are on sale at the Offices of the Secretary 3957 Bower Rd., Rootstown 44272 and Treasurer during the entire Fair and from the SecretaryJames C. May. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-2352 during the year. 4330 Hattrick Rd., Rootstown 44272Stephen Georges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-947-3581 2630 St. Rt. 183, Atwater 44201Jeff Kisamore. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-628-2810 COUNTY LEADERS 1602 Congress Lake Rd., Suffield 44260 County Commissioners . . . . . . . . . . . Maureen FrederickChet Wiley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-296-6920 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Smeiles 6277 Rock Spring Rd., Ravenna 44266 . . . . . . . . . . Tommie Jo MarsilioDavid Kuntzman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-699-3401 County Sheriff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Doak 545 Anna Mae Dr., Suffield 44260 County Engineer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Michael MarozziTracey Koszalka . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-673-4109 County Prosecutor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Victor Vigluicci 3536 Rohrer, Kent 44240 County Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve ShanafeltDonny Garretson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-351-0016 County Auditor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Janet Esposito 2484 Sunnybrook Rd., Mogadore 44260 County Recorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bonnie Howe Clerk of Courts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Linda Fankhauser Honorary Directors: OSU Extension Portage County - 330-296-6432* Carl Rufener * Larry Neff John WiseFlorence Rufener * John May Ray Rodenbucher Extension Educator, Agriculture & Natural* Virginia (Sis) Sayre * Fran Bailey Resources & County Director . . . . . . . . . Heather Neikirk Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development . . . Ed Werner* Denotes deceased f 3
  • 6. JAMES BAILEY PORTAGE COUNTY DISTRICT 9 RANDOLPH FAIR AUXILIARY OUTSTANDING FAIR The Randolph Fair Auxiliary is made up of persons who assist SUPPORTER 2010 the Senior Fair Board in getting the fairgrounds ready for the fair. They work for many weeks before the fair maintaining flower beds, painting and tackling other jobs given to them. During the Jim Bailey, has been our fair they work behind the scenes to keep the fairground tables Treasurer for 36 years and clean and work in any other areas as needed. They also do the has been on the board since animal walk-arounds during the fair. 1962. Jim is one of those board members that never Membership is open to anyone who purchases an Agricultural misses a meeting or work Society membership and fulfills the required hours of work prior night. If anything goes wrong to fair. they call Jim, he knows where every drainage pipe is and 2010 MEMBERS every water line. Jim and his Kim Boling, Peggy Breiding, Tracie Ellison, Tracie Espenschied, late wife Fran put together the Kathy & Scott Galloway, Nellie Georges, Delcie Jarvis, Mary ticket system that we use today Jarvis, Beth Jarvis, Charlotte Jermy, Christina Kuntzman, Aimee and it is still working very well. LeBonte, Kimberly Lloyd, Barbra May, Guinda (Sam) Crooks-Jim also keeps his financial books by hand. Jim is a huge May, Karen Neff, Todd Neff, Trudy Neff, Sue Reithman, Timpart of what has made the Portage County Randolph Fair Schaer, Debby & Ron Vitarella, Nancy Wiley, Shannon Wood,what it is today. Jim’s motto is “Just because you have Martha Wymer.money doesn’t mean you have to spend it.” Jim was also a4-H advisor along with his wife Fran for many years whileall six of their children were involved in saddle club. THANK YOU JIM BAILEY CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE PORTAGE COUNTY RANDOLPH FAIR BOARD PORTAGE COUNTY RANDOLPH FAIR SENIOR KING AND QUEEN CONTEST The Election of the Senior King and Queen is held every It’s a fun program. Hope you can come and enjoy it. year on Friday, Senior Citizen’s day at the Fair. Applications are sent to the Senior Citizen groups in the county, Clubs in the county, Nursing Homes and Church groups. The organization nominates their candidates by filling out the applications and submitting them before the fair. To qualify, the candidates must be of Senior Citizen age and a resident of Portage County. During the program on Senior Day, all candidates are introduced and are given a small token of appreciation for their participation. Their names are in envelopes which are drawn for the runners up and then the King and Queen. The King and Queen will reign for the entire year. They are invited to the Annual Fair banquet in September. If there are any individuals who don’t belong to any of the Senior King - Garrett Meadows, Woodlands Nursing Facility above groups and would like to participate in the contest, Senior Queen - Bobbie Bumblis, Longmeadow Care Center, Ravenna they can call the Fair office to request an application. f 4
  • 7. PORTAGE COUNTY JUNIOR FAIR JUNIOR FAIR BOARD KING & QUEEN CONTEST Over 37 years of service to the General Eligibility: Must be 16 years of age before the first day Portage County Randolph Fair of the present year’s fair and not over 21 years of age before the first day of the present year’s fair. Contestants must haveThe Portage County Junior Fair Board is made up of youth from actively participated in the 2010 Randolph Fair and must bePortage County who belong to a youth organization active in an active member of one of the organizations active in thethe fair and have applied and been selected for membership. Randolph Fair.The primary purpose of the Junior Fair Board is to assist andor organize events with the Senior Fair Board and the fair in Complete rules, judging information and applications aregeneral and fair activities, such as: Kid’s Day, Teen Night, available starting June 1st. Deadline for applications is June 29,Sr. Citizen’s Day Gate Greeters, Battle of the Barns, assist 2011. Applications and contest information are available fromjudges and superintendents, entry day helpers, bench moving, the Fair Office 330-325-7476. OSU Extension Office 330-296-mulching, and manual labor. 6432, www.randolphfair.com under the Jr. Fair tab. THANKS TO THE 2010 JR. FAIR BOARD Contest may include, but is not limited to individual interviews, MEMBERS, OFFICERS, & ADVISORS impromptu questions, completion of written questionnaire, questions on fair knowledge and participation and typical fairPresident: Matthew Heppe Vice President: Becky Knapp royalty contest events.Secretary: Kirsten Wise Asst. Secretary: Emily CalceiMembers: Alicia Croft, Angela Croft, Amanda Hermann,Ashley Mowen, Ashley Smithberger, Becky Knapp, Ben Ryan,Cari Bennett, Carli Willis, Danny Martin, Emily Calcei, ErinShanley, Jake Ryan, Jamie Willis, Jessica Phelps, Julia Adkins,Karly Wise, Kate Ryan, Kelsey Hylton, Kimberly Huggins,Kirsten Wise, Maggie Battista, Mariah Baswell, MatthewHeppe, Melissa Pfeiffer-Fiala, Nick Mowen, Ryan Sells, SaraShanley, Sarah Allen, Sarah Battista, Sarah Briggs, Tyler Luli.Advisors: Anne Luli, Angie Smith, & Debi HeppeSr. Fair Board Representative: Bonnie Schuck R f 5
  • 8. PROGRAM OF WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 2011 JR. FAIR EVENTS 8:00 a.m. Jr. Fair Dog Show - Hamilton Arena 9:00 a.m. Open Rabbit Show - Open Rabbit Barn Jr. Fair Poultry Skill-a-thon Awards TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011 - Mansfield Bldg.8:30 a.m. Crowning Jr. Fair Horse Royalty 9:15 a.m. Jr. Fair Poultry Show - Mansfield Bldg. - Gazebo in the Park 10:00 a.m. Jr. Fair Swine Show - Sheep & Swine Arena9:00 a.m. Jr. Fair Rabbit Skill-a-thon Awards Jr. Fair Pygmy Goat Show, Showmanship to follow - Mansfield Bldg. - South Arena Jr. Fair Horse - Open Ground Roping, Jr. Fair Non-Market Poultry Show - Mansfield Bldg. Halter, Longe Line - Ring A 11:30 a.m. Jr. Fair Rabbit Show - Mansfield Bldg. Dog Activity - South Arena 2:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Dairy Showmanship & Dairy Show9:30 a.m. Jr. Fair Rabbit Show - Mansfield Bldg. - Hamilton Arena Jr. Fair Horse Open Trail & Timed Obstacle classes - 4:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Cat Show - Mansfield Bldg. Ring B 5:30 p.m. Dog Demonstration - South Arena11:00 a.m. Opening Day Ceremony - Main Gate & Entertainment Center Livestock Auction Buyer Registration Begins Veterans of Foreign Wars #1055 Color Guard - Sheep & Swine Arena Rootstown High School Band 6:30 p.m. Jr. Fair Swine Auction - Sheep & Swine Show Arena Crowning of Jr. Fair King & Queen & Court Summit-Up Cloggers - Entertainment Center Jr. Fair Goat Cloverbud Poster Project 7:00 p.m. Demo Derby - Grandstand Jr. Fair Beef Breeders followed by Open Class 7:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Horse Advisor Alumni Show - Horse Ring Beef Show - Hamilton Arena Dog Activities - South Arena Open Class Dairy Goat Show - Open Rabbit Barn 7:30 p.m. Free Spirit Cloggers - Entertainment Center12:30 p.m. Jr. Fair Horse Cloverbud Stick Horse Class - Horse Ring 8:00 p.m. Karaoke in the Park - Stan Piatt of WNIR - Gazebo1:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Horse Cloverbud Poster Presentations Arrowhead Band (Classic/Southern Rock) - Horse Ring - Corner Stage1:30 p.m. Jr. Fair Dairy Goat Show - South Arena 8:30 p.m. Grass Roots Connection Cloggers (Harness Class to follow) - Entertainment Center Dog Activity - South Arena Jr. Fair Horse Cloverbud Leadline Demonstration THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 2011 - Horse Ring 8:30 a.m. Mini Horse Show - Draft Horse Ring Behind2:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Cavy Skill-a-thon Awards - Mansfield Bldg. Grandstand Jr. Fair Cavy Show, Showmanship - Mansfield Bldg. 9:00 a.m. Jr. Fair Horse Walk-Trot Riders Show - Horse Ring2:30 p.m. Jr. Fair Horse Driving Show - Horse Ring 9:15 a.m. Jr. Fair Market Poultry Skill-a-thon Awards - Mansfield Bldg.6:00 p.m. Waterloo High School Band - Inside Main Gate 9:30 a.m. Jr. Fair Rabbit Showmanship - Mansfield Bldg.6:30 p.m. Jr. Fair Horse Award Ceremony & Presentation of Royalty Jr. Fair Market Poultry Show - Mansfield Bldg.7:00 p.m. Demo Derby - Grandstand Jr. Fair Sheep Show - Breeding Show, Market Show Portage County Bred & Owned Show7:00 p.m. German Family Society Jr. Youth Group Dancers Showmanship Classes - Entertainment Center 10:00 a.m. Jr. Fair Kids Day Activities Jr. Fair Steer Showmanship - Hamilton Arena - Entertainment Center (Up to 12 yrs.) Jr. Fair Horse Costume Show - Horse Ring K-9 Demonstration - Portage County Sheriff’s7:30 p.m. Coney Carver & The Rainbow Valley Boys Office & Local Law Enforcement Departments (Bluegrass Music) - Corner Stage - Grandstand FREE Charity Football Toss - Bob Golic w/WNIR 11:00 a.m. Jr. Fair Pygmy Goat Show - South Arena - Gazebo in the Park Jr. Fair Dress-a-Goat Show8:00 p.m. German Family Society Youth Group Dancers Approx. Jr. Fair Market Goat Show* - *to follow Jr. Fair - Entertainment Center 11:00 a.m. Sheep Show Classes Sheep & Goat Shows will be held in Sheep & Swine Show Arena f 6
  • 9. Approx. Wool Show & Open Class Sheep to follow 9:30 a.m. Jr. Fair Small Animal Auction - Hamilton Arena1:00 p.m. Market Goat Show (Buyer Registration begins at 8:45 a.m.)3:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Lamb Grooming Contest 1:00 p.m. Cloud Nine Dance Studio - Entertainment Center - Sheep & Swine Show Arena 2:00 p.m. Horse Pulling Contest - Grandstand - FREE Jr. Fair Small Animal Fun Show - Mansfield Bldg. 3:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Market Goat & Market Lamb Auction4:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Reptile Show & Showmanship - Hamilton Arena - Mansfield Bldg. 3:30 p.m. Ben Risney Wood Sculptor Auction5:30 p.m. Jr. Fair Market Steer Show - Hamilton Arena - Implement Row7:00 p.m. OSTPA Tractor Pulls - Grandstand 5:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Market Steer Auction - Hamilton Arena8:00 p.m. Cook & Belle featuring Seth Cook (Country, etc.) Jr. Fair Horse Versatility Class - Horse Ring - Corner Stage 7:00 p.m. OSTPA Sanctioned Tractor & Truck Pulls 7:30 p.m. Circulator’s Square Dance Club FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011 - Entertainment Center9:00 a.m. Jr. Fair Horse Novice Riders Show - Horse Ring 8:00 p.m. “ARRIVAL” - The Journey Tribute Band9:30 a.m. Open Dairy Show - Hamilton Arena - Corner Stage Jr. Fair Small Animal Pen Judging - Mansfield Bldg. SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 201110:00 a.m. Jr. Fair Market Swine Showmanship - Sheep & Swine Show Arena 9:00 a.m. Church Services - Entertainment Center - Father Jim Lang Draft Horse Show - Draft Horse Ring Dog Demonstration - Hamilton Arena10:30 a.m. Jr. Fair Small Animal Costume Class - Mansfield Bldg. 10:00 a.m. Jr. Fair Horse Fun Show - Horse Ring11:00 a.m. Jr. Fair Goat Costume Show - South Arena 11:00 a.m. 4-H Baking Contest Entries Accepted - Entertainment Center11:30 a.m. Senior Citizens Program - Entertainment Center 12:00 p.m. 4-H Baking Contest Judging - Entertainment Center Jr. Fair Dog Costume Show - Entertainment Center 12:30 p.m. Jr. Fair Rooster Crowing Contest - Mansfield Bldg.12:30 p.m. Draft Horse Hitch Class - Draft Horse Ring 1:00 p.m. Dairy “Dress A Cow” Costume Contest1:30 p.m. Crowning of the Senior Fair King & Queen - Hamilton Arena - Entertainment Center Jr. Fair Human Rooster Crowing Contest Jr. Fair Indoor Caged Bird Show - Mansfield Bldg. - Mansfield Bldg. Jr. Fair Pigeon & Dove Show to follow Indoor Windham High School Band - Inside Main Gate Caged Bird Show 2:00 p.m. 4-H Bake Sale & Auction - Entertainment Center3:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Pocket Pet Show & Showmanship - Mansfield Bldg. Beef Adult Alumni Showmanship - Hamilton Arena3:00 - ZOOperstars - Entertainment Center & Dog Demonstration - South Arena 7:00 p.m. Walking Grounds 2:30 p.m. The Portage Community Chapel - Corner Stage4:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Dress-A-Lamb Costume Class (Christian Music & Variety) - Sheep & Swine Show Arena 3:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Small Animal Cloverbud Show Veteran’s Day Program - Entertainment Center - Mansfield Bldg.6:00 p.m. Southeast High School Band - Inside Main Gate 3:30 p.m. Rough Truck Contest - Grandstand Jr. Fair Horse Contest Classic Show - Horse Ring 4:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Goat Fun Show - South Arena6:30 p.m. Sheep Shearing Contest - South Arena 4:30 p.m. Buckeye Dance Steps - Entertainment Center7:00 p.m. ERA Western Style Tractor Pulls - Grandstand 6:00 p.m. Jr. Fair Small Animal Trophy Presentation - Mansfield Bldg.7:45 p.m. Jr. Fair Board’s “Battle of the Barns” - Hamilton Arena Release of Sale Steers to Major Truckers8:00 p.m. American Steal Band - Corner Stage 7:00 p.m. Release of Sale Swine, Steers & Lambs to Major Truckers SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 2011 8:00 p.m. Release of Livestock Sale Animals to Individual Truckers9:00 a.m. Garden Tractor Pulls - Grandstand - FREE following Garden Tractor Pulls will be a Exhibition Mini Horse Sulky Race - Grandstand - FREE ALL PROJECTS & EXHIBITS RELEASED Jr. Fair Dog Agility Show - Draft Horse Ring THANKS AND SEE YOU NEXT YEAR! Jr. Fair Horse Intermediate Riders Show - Horse Ring f 7
  • 10. DEPARTMENT Asst. - Kevin Wise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-3314 Jr. Fair Small Animals - SUPERINTENDENTS Harold Mansfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .330-296-4948 Asst. - Fran Mansfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-1672Advertising - Tracey Koszalka . . . . . . . . .330-673-4109 DEPT. 7-9Antique Power Show - Carl Rufener, Jr. . 330-628-1689 County Schools, Asst. - Dan Rodenbucher . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-2977 Career Clubs & Youth Asst. - Ray Ebie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-947-2976 Organizations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-7476Camping - Kevin Wise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-3314 Asst. - Brenda Wise, Allen & Tricia Mazanek DEPT. 11-15 - SuperintendentsConcessions - Stan Wojciechowski . . . . . .330-935-0566 Horse Pulling Contest - James May . . . . .330-628-3752 Assts. - Charles Breiding, Charlotte Jermy Asst. - Donny Garretson. . . . . . . . . . . . 330-351-0016Electrical Department - Chet Wiley . . . . 330-296-6920 Tractor Pulls - Ernest Rufener . . . . . . . . .330-628-4190Inside & Outside Merchants - Garden Tractor Pulls - Ernest Sayre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-1470 David Tomlinson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-351-0470 Asst. - Cindy Faller, Connie Foster Truck Pulls - Ernest Rufener. . . . . . . . . . .330-628-4190Jr. Fair Coordinator - Debi Heppe . . . . . 330-325-7476 DEPT. 16-47Off Season Rentals - For Information Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-7476 Superintendent: Virginia HamiltonProgram & Entertainment - Fruits - Don May . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-1117 Sharon Eldreth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-7493 Asst. - Judy KnappGrounds & Buildings - Jimmy May . . . . . 330-325-2352 Grains & Seeds - Ray Rodenbucher . . . . . 330-325-7402 Asst. - Jeff Kisamore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-628-2810 Asst. - Donald MaySupt. of Safety Forces (Security/ Fire) Vegetables - Ray Rodenbucher . . . . . . . . . 330-325-7402 Charles Breiding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-7430 Asst. - Shirley Rodenbucher, David RodenbucherParking - Jimmy C. May . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-2352 Kitchen - Baked Goods - Joan Toth . . . . . 330-947-2846 Assts. - Stephen Georges . . . . . . . . . . . 330-947-3581 Grace & Cooney Geiger . . . . . . . . . . . . 330- 877-2095 Barbara May . . . . . . . . . . . . . .330-325-2352 Canned Goods & WinePromotion - Bonnie Schuck . . . . . . . . . . .330-325-0773 Supt. - Linda Wise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330 -947-4201Landscaping - Peggy Breiding . . . . . . . . . 330-325-7430 Supt. - Virginia McKay . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-1730 Domestics - Jackie Kobak . . . . . . . . . . . . .330-968-8668 DEPT. 1- 6 Renee Cooper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-283-7351Dairy Cattle - Fred Fear . . . . . . . . . . . . . .330-296-9083 Machine Sewing, Place Settings & Gift Wrapping Asst. - Marjorie Fear, Tim Fear Maxine Rinehart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-7189Beef Cattle - Tim Wise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .330-325-9929 Asst. - Ruth Pickens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .330-325-8019 Asst. - David Kuntzman Asst. - Eleanor WasleySheep - Dave Tomlinson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-358-2535 Woodworking - Zane & Patty Lloyd . . . . 330-824-3113 Asst. - Tim Matlock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .330-274-8211 Asst. - Trish Lloyd Asst. - Jay Campbell . . . . . . . . . . . . . .330-654-5272 Fine Arts - Paul & Judi Krieger . . . . . . . . 330-325-7613Jr. Fair Swine - Jeff Kisamore . . . . . . . . .330-628-2810 Jim & Dorothy Clites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-947-3303 Asst. - Dale Nething . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-297-1919 Don & Bev Kerr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-1642 Asst. - Dustin Kisamore - Al Ahrens Handicrafts - Mary Kreitz . . . . . . . . . . . . .330-628-4631Goats - Bonnie Schuck. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .330-325-0773 Asst. - Karen NeffDogs - Donny Garretson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-351-0016 Photography - Sandra Pryor . . . . . . . . . . . 330-935-2115 Asst. - Todd Neff Asst. - Sam MayRabbits - Kevin Wise. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-3314 Floral - Nita Laubert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-877-9247 Asst. - Bill Patrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-947-3691 Asst. - Laura Rogers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-325-7542Mini Horses - Tracey Koszalka . . . . . . . . .330-673-4109 Asst. - Traci May & Jane Bedard Asst. - Pam Holloway . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-297-7479 Antiques - Gracie & Lloyd Myers . . . . . . . 330-947-2794Draft Horses - Sharon Eldreth. . . . . . . . . . 330-325-7493 Asst. - John & Jane DeYoung . . . . . . . 330-296-5911 Asst. - Gwen Arnold . . . . . . . . . . . . . .330-678-4078 Collections & Hobbies -Jr. Fair Saddle Horses - Cheryle & Frank Bober . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-297-0870 Tracey Koszalka . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .330-673-4109 Asst. - Kris Lovejoy f 8
  • 11. RULES AND REGULATIONS of the PORTAGE COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY DBA RANDOLPH FAIR, Randolph, Ohio CAMPING PARKING REGULATIONS REGULATIONS$80.00 will be charged for camping (this will include electric and The Portage County Agricultural Society assumes no responsibility1 season pass). Money to be paid in full at time of reservations. for damage to or loss of parked vehicles or personal propertyThis may be done by calling Kevin Wise at 330-325-3314 contained within parked vehicles.or sending money and reservations to 4061 Tallmadge Road,Rootstown 44272. Camping spaces will be on a first come first All traffic and parking shall be regulated by the Parkingserve basis, reservation must be received by July 1st. Superintendent of the Fair Board. With authority from the Fair Board, a traffic control and parking crew will be in charge. AnyoneR.V.’s 27 or larger should be brought in on Friday and refusing to cooperate may by ordered from the grounds. AnySaturday. Smaller campers check in starting Friday. CHECK- vehicle parked in an unauthorized area or parked in such a mannerIN TIMES FOR ALL CAMPERS FRIDAY 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. as to cause a traffic hazard or obstruction to exhibit space will beSATURDAY: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., SUNDAY: NOON to 6 p.m. TOWED by authorization of the President of the Fair Board at theThe Randolph Fair will not be held responsible for any damage owners expense.done to campers during the fair. FREE GENERAL PARKINGNo vehicles will be permitted to campsite if there is rain at start ENTRY INFORMATIONof check-in. No vehicles will be allowed to campsite. All carsmust be removed to camp parking lot at the close of check ineach day. 1. Competition open to all except otherwise specified.NO CAMPERS WILL BE ACCEPTED ON MONDAY.CAMPERS MUST ALL BE IN PLACE ON SUNDAY BY 2. Exhibitors must be owners of animals or articles entered for7:00 P.M. CAMPERS MUST BE REMOVED BY WED. premiums except in stallion with three or more of his get, whichFOLLOWING FAIR OR BE CHARGED $25.00 PER DAY may be entered regardless of ownership of get.AFTER WEDNESDAY. 3. An entry fee of 10 percent of first premium will be charged on horses, cattle, sheep, swine, and goats, to be paid to Secretary atAnyone camping at the Fairgrounds must have a pass or pay the time of making entry. Application for space does not makedaily admission if they are 6 years or older. THIS WILL BE your entry. All livestock entries limited to space available.CHECKED. Because of limited space, only those with exhibitswill be permitted space. All 4-H reservations must be made by 4. No animal can enter for more than one premium except clubthe Head Advisor. We ask that clubs reserve only the spaces work as on pair, double team or display. But where one of athat are absolutely necessary. There is not enough space for pair or display is entered as a single animal it shall be shown,cars in the campgrounds, persons camping may purchase 1 or driven single, as the class may require.parking permit per camping space at a price of $10.00 each for 5. All animals shall be properly confined in spaces assigned fordesignated area. NO VEHICLES WILL BE PERMITTED IN same and no bulls or stallions shall be allowed to come onTHE CAMPGROUNDS AFTER 7 P.M. SUNDAY. fairgrounds, unless properly secured by ropes, chains or staff, and shall be under control at the owner’s risk. ABSOLUTELY NO PETS IN CAMPGROUNDS. NO EXCEPTIONS. 6. ALL ANIMALS FOR EXHIBITION MUST BE ON THE NO CAMPFIRES WILL BE ALLOWED. FAIRGROUNDS BY 10:00 P.M. ON MONDAY AND MUST REMAIN UNTIL 8:00 P.M. SUNDAY OR FORFEIT THE No Semi-trucks or Stake-side trucks allowed in PREMIUM. SALE ANIMALS TO BE RELEASED SUNDAY campground parking lot. EVENING AS DETERMINED BY FAIR BOARD RULES. 7. Superintendents are appointed whose duty it is to take charge of animals or articles on exhibit in their respective classes, ALL DELIVERY VEHICLES MUST BE OUT secure their judge before the Fair, notify in time that he may be sent complimentary tickets for admission, procure from the OF MAIN GATE BY 11:00 A.M. EACH DAY. Secretary the Judges book and be ready to award premiums by 9:00 a.m. and to complete their work, if possible, by 12:00 noon f 9
  • 12. and help judges in keeping their books and attaching ribbons 22. Exhibitors and visitors will take notice that the Society will not to the exhibits, and to return Judges books to the Secretary; be liable for any damage or accident that may unfortunately also see that the exhibits are safely kept until called for by the occur to anyone, or for loss or property, but the directors will owners at the close of the Fair. use due diligence to avoid accident and afford protection. 8. All Superintendents of the various departments must open their 23. Police protection will be provided, but the Society will not be buildings by 10:00 a.m. each day of the fair except Friday, responsible for any loss or damage which may occur by theft or Senior Citizens day when they shall open at 9:00 a.m. Closing otherwise. time for exhibit buildings shall be 10:00 p.m. 24. A parking area will be provided on the grounds for all bikes, 9. All fruits, vegetables, grains, seeds and flowers must be raised motorbikes and motorcycles. by the person making the entry, except in the line of canned or 25. It shall be unlawful to sell, barter, or possess any and all dried fruits. intoxicating Liquors upon the Fairgrounds. Drunk or disorderly10. THE BOOK OF THE SECRETARY WILL BE CLOSED AT conduct will not be tolerated on the Fairgrounds. 8:00 P.M., TUESDAY, AUGUST 10TH AND NO ENTRY 26. No stand shall be allowed on the grounds outside the gates. WILL BE RECEIVED AFTER THAT TIME. THIS RULE WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED AND ALL EXHIBITS 27. No gambling, disorderly conduct or immoral exhibition will be IN DEPTS. 16- 47 MUST BE IN PLACE BY 8:30 P.M. allowed. Violations of privileges of any rule will be punished MONDAY, AUGUST 23RD. by forfeiture of all money paid to the Society and expulsion from the grounds.11. Exhibitors will attach the entry tags procured from the Secretary, as they properly belong for the benefit of the superintendents 28. No person shall be permitted to make solicitations of any and judges, also see to the delivery of their articles to the nature on the Fairgrounds except in contracted concession or superintendents of the appropriate department on Monday, commercial rented spaces. No person will be permitted to post August 23rd, 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m., and to placing them in or display signs, distribute handbills or advertising material or position under his direction and must claim them promptly at sell or distribute free, any merchandise, except persons under the close of the Fair. contract.12. No exhibitor will be allowed to attach his name to any exhibit 29. For the promotion of health, morals and general welfare and in before the judges have made their award, under penalty of the best interests of the people attending the Randolph Fair, the forfeiture of premium award on same. acceptable dress code shall be to sufficiently clothe the main portion of the human torso. No bare feet allowed.13. Judges for each department are requested to sign their names to the list of awards in the Judges book. 30. Any person getting into the grounds except through the gate will be compelled to pay double admission rates.14. The Society agrees to pay all premiums in full, providing the receipts are sufficient to do so after deducting the necessary 31. All boys and girls under 18 years of age who do not have expenses, and in case the receipts are not sufficient, the Society exhibits at the Fair or not accompanied by their parents must reserves the right to pay pro rata. be off the Midway by 11:00 p.m. or 30 minutes after the last grandstand show is over, if after 11:00 p.m.15. Premium ribbons have no value as to the payment of Premiums as Premiums are paid only from the Records of 32. No action, decision or ruling of any Officer, or Director will be the Judges’ books, and from which there shall be no appeal. considered binding on the Society except it to be in accordance with the rules governing the exhibition.16. No premiums shall be awarded on anything not named in the list, or that is not worthy of one, and where there is no competition 33. All questions of difference not covered or provided for by these judges may use discretion as to whether the full amount of rules shall be submitted to the Board of Directors. premiums shall be awarded. 34. No pets allowed, except show dogs and service dogs.17. Judges will in no case award a premium where there is 35. All premium checks not cashed within the 60 day period evident fraud in entry and no person will be permitted to from the time check is issued, will be forfeited to the society. act as judge in any class in which he or she may be an This rule will be enforced to the letter. exhibitor. No person will be allowed to judge for more than 2 years in a row in one department.18. All articles on exhibition must in quantity conform to the rules.19. The Society reserves the right to correct any and all errors that may occur in premium list made by printer or otherwise.20. ALL ARTICLES NOT REMOVED WITHIN 15 DAYS ALL GOLF WILL BE DISPOSED OF EXCEPT PERISHABLES. CARTS, BIKES, ATV’S, OR SIMILAR MOTORIZED VEHICLES ARE PROHIBITED21. The Board will take every precaution in its power for the safety ON THE FAIRGROUNDS of the visitors and the safe preservation of stock and articles on EXCEPT FOR FAIR OFFICIALS! exhibition after their arrival and arrangement upon the grounds. LASER LIGHTS, LASER POINTERS & SILLY STRING The Fair Board, Officers and Superintendents will not be ARE PROHIBITED ON FAIRGROUNDS. responsible for any articles exhibited, should it be lost, stolen or NO DOGS damaged, etc. Exhibitors are requested to give attention to the PERMITTED IN THE articles during the Fair. Exhibitors may remove their articles FAIR AREA from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m. Sunday night or from 9:00 a.m. to SEE RULE 34 12:00 noon Monday the day after the close of the Fair. f 10
  • 13. APPENDIX A FOOD ANIMAL YOUTH QUALITY ASSURANCE MINIMUM STANDARDS Youth Food Animal Quality Assurance – Ohio Youth Pork Quality Assurance (PQA)Program Meets ODA and PQA requirements May be required for swine exhibitors in some countiesDescription Program developed by the OSU Department of Animal Program developed by the National Pork Board. Sciences and OSU Extension. Regulations set by ODA.Length of Program Minimum 1 hour Minimum of 1 hourAge Minimum: 8 years (3rd grade) 8 years and older can be certified Maximum: 18 yrs old as of Jan. 1stContent Cover all 10 GPP’s and include chapters 1 and 2. All 10 GPP’s* must be covered in general, 3 GPP’s must be Pick 3 GPP’s to cover in depth. Include at least covered in depth and 1 hands-on activity must be included. 1 hands-on activity in program.Curriculum Youth Food Animal Quality Assurance Curriculum Youth Pork Quality Assurance Manual or PQA Level III Guide is recommendedTest Out Test-out for up to 3 years for ages 12-14 and 3 years for youth 12 years or older AND for youth test out permanently for ages 15-18 15 years and olderCoordinators Extension Professionals, Ag Educators, Ag Societies Youth PQA InstructorsTraining • Coordinators must attend the OSUE Quality • Must attend at PQA training once every 3 years by aRequirements Assurance In-service once every 3 years. State Trainer. • Certified in Ohio BQA or Adult Level III PQA. • Must be certified in Adult Level III PQA.Instructors • Ohio BQA or Adult Level III PQA Certification • N/A • Trained by a qualified coordinatorReporting System • County Extension Professionals, Ag Educators, • National Pork Board Database & Ag Societies responsible for youth participants. • Coordinators database will be kept by Animal Sciences Department.Proof of Attendance Documentation of attendance kept by Ag Societies Entered into NPB Database, PQA CertificateMonitoring Extension Professionals, Ag Educators, Ag Societies National Port BoardResource Dr. Paul Kuber, kuber.2@osu.edu Mr. Erik Risa, Director of Educational Programs http://4hansci.osu.edu and www.nationalpork.org/youthPQA Dr. Tony Forshey, forshey@agri.ohio.gov www.ohioagriculture.gov*GPP = Good Production Practices. f 11
  • 14. SHEEP AND GOAT 3. The approved veterinarian is required to: a. Examine CVI when required; and EXHIBITION b. Inspect livestock for infectious or contagious diseases within a reasonable time of arrival; and REQUIREMENTS c. Inspect livestock daily. 4. May order the immediate removal of any animal which, in the opinion of the approved veterinarian, places otherFrom The Ohio Department of Agriculture animals at unacceptable risk of disease. 5. Maintain a record for one year from the date of the exhibition of each animal present at the exhibit. Sheep NO PERSON MAY REMOVE OR and goat sale records must be kept for 5 years. (see (F) TAMPER WITH OFFICIAL SHEEP below). AND GOAT IDENTIFICATION IN E. For livestock purchased at an exhibition and moved out of state, an accredited veterinarian must issue a certificate ofACCORDANCE WITH 9 CFR PART 79.2 veterinary inspection before the animal moves across the state line.In order for Ohio to maintain Consistent State Status, Ohio sheep F. The Code of Federal Regulations requires that sheep and goatand goat exhibitions will be considered Interstate Commerce. sale records be kept for 5 years by the seller, the buyer and the exhibition/sale sponsor. The records must contain theA. Requirements for bringing sheep and goats into Ohio for following information: exhibition, sale or breeding. 1. Name and address of the seller, telephone number if 1. Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) issued within available; and 30 days of the opening date of the exhibition. 2. Name and address of the buyer, telephone number if 2. CVI must be signed by the owner and the veterinarian available; and attesting to the following statement: “the sheep/goats in 3. Official identification when required as indicated in part this shipment are not known to be under any movement A and B of these requirements; and restrictions because of scrapie.” 4. Date of sale. 3. Show no evidence of infectious or contagious disease. 4. All sheep and goats must be identified with official USDA identification (USDA approved sheep tags, USDA approved tattoos, or identification in the Scrapie Flock Certification Program). 5. If the animal was born after January 1, 2002, it must have official USDA sheep/goat identification and be identified to the flock of birth.B. Identification requirements for sexually intact sheep and goats moving within Ohio for exhibition including sales. 1. Official USDA sheep/goat identification in the form of an approved tag or tattoo. 2. If the animal was born after January 1, 2002, it must have official USDA sheep/goat identification and be identified to the flock of birth either by an eartag or tattoo placed by the owner of the flock of birth, or a tag or tattoo placed by the purchaser. 3. The identification requirements for flocks enrolled in the Voluntary Scrapie Flock Certification Program qualify as official USDA identification for exhibition and inter state movement; no other special identification is needed.Ohio sheep and goat wethers that are less than 18 months of ageexhibited in Ohio do not require USDA identification.C. “Exhibition” means any public show of animals which is sponsored by or under the control of an Ohio county or independent agricultural society OR the Ohio State Fair OR which is assembled for a period which exceeds 36 hours OR contains animals of origins other than Ohio. - Includes show lamb and goat sales, consignment sales of livestock and jackpot shows.D. Responsibilities of an exhibition sponsor (includes show lamb and goat sales, consignment sales of livestock and jackpot shows): 1. Must have an approved veterinarian. 2. Buildings, pens, stalls, rings and other enclosures in which animals are to be quartered for exhibition must be cleaned and disinfected prior to the exhibition under the direction of the approved veterinarian. f 12
  • 15. OHIO’S LIVESTOCK other enclosure in which animals are to be quartered for exhibition; HEALTH EXHIBITION (2) Have the approved veterinarian: (a) Examine the certificate of veterinary inspection RULES when required for an animal brought to the exhibition; (b) Inspect within a reasonable time of arrival each901:1-18-01 Chapter’s application. animal brought to the exhibit for symptoms of any(A) Animals listed in this chapter when moved or imported into infectious or contagious diseases; Ohio for exhibition purposes only shall comply with the (c) Daily inspect each animal present at the exhibition requirements of this chapter and when in compliance with for symptoms of infectious or contagious disease. the provisions of this chapter shall, with the exception of (3) Maintain a record for one year from the date of the rules governing movement and importation of quarantined exhibition of each animal present at the exhibit. The animals, be exempt from any other rules governing record shall contain the name and address of the owner movement within or importation into Ohio. of each animal and the species and breed of the animal.(B) Animals moved within or imported into Ohio for any (4) May order the immediate removal of any animal which purpose in addition to exhibition shall meet all movement in the opinion of the approved veterinarian places other and import requirements of Chapter 901:1-17 of the animals at unacceptable risk of disease. Administrative Code. (C) An exemption from the requirements of paragraph (B)(1) of this rule may be requested from the department and will be901:1-18-02 Definitions. granted when, in the judgment of the department, cleaningAs used in this chapter: and disinfection will serve no purpose. By way of example(A) “Exhibition” means any public show of animals which is only, cleaning and disinfection will generally serve no sponsored by or under the control of an Ohio county or purpose in a newly constructed building that has never been independent agricultural society organized under chapter occupied. 1711. of the revised code; or the Ohio state fair; or which is assembled for a period which exceeds thirty-six hours or 901:1-18-04 Exhibitors. contains animals of origins other than Ohio. (A) No person shall present for exhibition or exhibit an animal(B) “Certificate of veterinary inspection” means a form from which he knows or has reason to suspect is affected with or the state of origin which has been issued and completed by has been exposed to a dangerously contagious or infectious a licensed and accredited veterinarian attesting to the health disease or residue. status and identification of an animal listed thereon. (B) The owner or bailee of an animal with symptoms of an(C) “Approved veterinarian” means any licensed and accredited infectious or contagious disease shall, when directed by an veterinarian approved by the Ohio department of agriculture, exhibition official, the approved veterinarian, or an employee or an employee of the Ohio department of agriculture or the of the Ohio department of agriculture, immediately remove United States department of agriculture, animal plant health the animal from the exhibition premises. inspection service, veterinary services. (C) Upon request, each person who presents for exhibition or(D) “Licensed and accredited veterinarian” means a person exhibits an animal, shall make available any certificate of who is licensed by the state of Ohio to practice veterinary veterinary inspection, registration certificates, vaccination medicine and who is certified by the United States certificate, and other documents to exhibition officials, department of agriculture, animal plant health inspection the approved veterinarian or an employee of the Ohio service, veterinary services, to be an accredited veterinarian. department of agriculture.(E) “Residue” means any poisonous or deleterious pesticide (D) Each person who presents for exhibition or exhibits an animal governed by 40 C.F.R. 180, any poisonous or deleterious for which a certificate of veterinary inspection is required by substance governed by 21 C.F.R. 109.6, or any other rules 901:1-18-01 to 901:1-18-11 of the Administrative substance governed by 21 C.F.R. 556. Code shall forward a copy of the certificate of veterinary(F) “Contagious or infectious disease” means any disease, inspection to the Ohio department of agriculture’s division including any foreign animal disease, or vector, capable of of animal industry. transmission by any means from a carrier animal to a human or to another animal and includes dangerously contagious 901:1-18-05 Poultry and fowl. or infectious diseases. (A) All turkeys, chickens and gamebirds moved within or(G) “Tuberculosis accredited free herd” is one that has passed imported into Ohio for exhibition must: at least two consecutive annual negative official tests for (1) Originate directly from a flock or hatchery which is a tuberculosis in accordance with the “Uniform Methods and participant in the national poultry improvement plan Rules - Bovine Tuberculosis Eradication”, and has no other for the eradication of disease and be accompanied by evidence of bovine tuberculosis. documentary evidence that they meet the requirements of this paragraph; or901:1-18-03 Exhibitions: sanitation, inspection and records. (2) Originate directly from a flock which has had a(A) Each entity sponsoring an exhibition shall have in attendance negative test for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease within an approved veterinarian for the duration of the exhibit. twelve months preceding the opening date of exhibition(B) Each entity sponsoring an exhibition shall: and be accompanied by documentary evidence that (1) Immediately, prior to an exhibition and under the they meet the requirement of this paragraph; or direction of the approved veterinarian, thoroughly (3) Have had a negative test for pullorum/fowl typhoid clean and disinfect each building, pen, stall, ring or disease, within ninety days, preceding the opening date f 13
  • 16. of the exhibition and be accompanied by documentary Code for bovine tuberculosis eradication; or evidence that they meet the requirement of this (5) Originate from a bovine accredited free state or zone, paragraph; or or a bovine modified accredited advanced state or zone; (4) Be tested for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease upon or arrival at the exhibition by a tester approved by the (6) Originate from a bovine modified accredited state Ohio department of agriculture and found negative. or zone must comply with Rule 901:1-17-06 of the(B) The rapid whole blood test shall not be used to test turkeys Administrative Code. for compliance with the requirements of paragraph (A) (C) If originate from a bovine accreditation preparatory or a (2),(A)(3) and (A)(4) of this rule. bovine non-accredited state or zone are prohibited from(C) Waterfowl, doves and pigeons are exempt from this rule. exhibition.901:1-18-06 Cattle. 901:1-18-08 Horses, mules and ponies.(A) Cattle moved within Ohio for exhibition: (A) Horses, mules and ponies moved within Ohio for exhibition: (1) The animals presented for exhibition must show no (1) If not under quarantine and if they are free of any signs symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious of a contagious or infectious disease; and disease. (2) If the animal is twelve months of age or older, the(B) All cattle imported into Ohio for exhibition must: exhibition manager may require that the animal has (1) Be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection been tested and classed negative to an official test for issued within thirty days preceding the opening date of equine infectious anemia within twelve months of the the exhibition; opening date of the exhibition. (2) Originate from a tuberculosis-accredited free herd, an (B) Horses, mules and ponies imported into Ohio for exhibition: accredited free state or zone, or a modified accredited (1) Shall be accompanied by an official certificate of advanced state or zone; veterinary inspection issued within thirty days of the (3) If originate from a modified accredited state or opening date of the exhibition or obtain a permit for zone must comply with Rule 901:1-17-03 of the extended time granted by the chief of the division of Administrative Code; animal industry as authorized in paragraph (C) of rule (4) If originate from an accreditation preparatory or a non- 901:1-17-01 of the Administrative Code; and accredited state or zone are prohibited from exhibition; (2) If the animal is twelve months of age or older, it shall (5) If from a brucellosis class A state or area/zone must be be accompanied by evidence the animal was negative negative to an official brucellosis test within thirty days to an official test for equine infectious anemia within of the opening date of the exhibition unless: they are twelve months of the opening date of the exhibition; under six months of age, steers, or official vaccinates and under twenty months of age (dairy) or twenty-four (3) Upon request by an authorized representative of the months of age (beef); and Ohio department of agriculture, the person responsible (6) If from a brucellosis class B or C state or area/zone must for each animal must make available a chronological meet all requirements for pre-entry testing as specified list of dates, places and events attended by this animal in 9 C.F.R. 78.9 and obtain an Ohio permit prior to within thirty days prior to entry into Ohio. movement.(C) Cattle from a brucellosis certified free herd or class free 901:1-18-09 Sheep. state or area/zone are not required to be brucellosis tested. (A) Sheep moved within Ohio for exhibition: (1) The animal presented for exhibition must show no901:1-18-07 Goats. symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious(A) Goats moved within Ohio for exhibition: disease. (1) The animal presented for exhibition must show no (2) All sexually intact animals and any wether eighteen symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious months of age and older must be identified with an disease. official identification as defined in rule 901:1-13-04 of (2) All sexually intact animals and any wether eighteen the Ohio Administrative Code. months of age and older must be identified with an (B) Sheep imported into Ohio for exhibition: official identification as defined in rule 901:1-13-04 of (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary the Ohio Administrative Code. inspection issued within thirty days preceding the(B) Goats imported into Ohio for exhibition: opening date of the exhibition; and (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary (2) The animal presented for exhibition must show no inspection issued within thirty days preceding the symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious opening date of the exhibition; disease; and (2) The animal presented for exhibition must show no (3) The owner and the veterinarian must attest to the symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious following statement written on the certificate of disease; and veterinary inspection “the sheep in this shipment are (3) The owner and the veterinarian must attest to the not known to be under any movement restrictions following statement written on the certificate of because of scrapie.” veterinary inspection “the goats in this shipment are not known to be under any movement restrictions because 901:1-18-10 Swine. of scrapie.” (A) Swine moved within Ohio for exhibition: (4) Originate from a tuberculosis accredited free herd as (1) At a terminal show must: defined in rule 901-18-02 (G) of the Administrative (a) Show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or f 14
  • 17. contagious disease; and days of the exhibition opening date unless: (b) Originate from a county which sixty days prior to (a) They originate immediately and directly from a the exhibition opening date had no pseudorabies stage V area or from an area or country recognized quarantined herds; and by United States department of agriculture, animal (c) Have no breeding swine present and all swine plant health inspection service, veterinary services as removed are delivered for immediate slaughter or pseudorabies free; or to a licensed livestock facility. (b) They originate immediately and directly from a (d) Notwithstanding any other provisions of these pseudorabies qualified herd and have not been rules, the manager or sponsor of the exhibition previously exhibited this show season; may, prior to permitting the exhibition of any (c) Are exempt by written permit issued by the porcine animal at a terminal show require proof, department. for example a VS form 4-33, animal disease (4) Be exempt from the immediate slaughter requirement diagnostic laboratory submission form, or a of paragraph (A)(c) of this rule. certificate of veterinary inspection, the animal has been tested and classed “negative” to an 901:1-18-11 Llama. official test for pseudorabies within forty-five days (A) Llama moved within Ohio for exhibition when presented immediately preceding the opening date of the for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of an exhibition. infectious or contagious disease. (2) At all other shows, must be accompanied by a certificate (B) Llama imported into Ohio for exhibition: of veterinary inspection issued within forty-five days (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary preceding the exhibition opening date; and inspection issued within thirty days preceding the exhibition opening date. Must be negative to an official pseudorabies test within (2) When presented for exhibition must show no symptoms forty-five days of the exhibition opening date unless: or evidence of contagious disease. (a) They originate immediately and directly from a pseudorabies qualified herd; or (b) Are suckling pigs accompanying a negative dam; or (c) They originate from a pseudorabies vaccinated OHIO’S LIVESTOCK herd and meet the following conditions: (i) The herd has had a negative monitored test TAMPERING within twelve months, and (ii) The swine presented for show are negative to EXHIBITION RULES a pseudorabies differential test; or (3) Will be exempt from the requirement of a certificate of 901-19-01 Definitions. veterinary inspection if they originate immediately and As used in Chapter 901-19 of the Administrative Code: directly from a stage V area and show no symptoms or (A) Accessory reproductive tissue includes but is not limited evidence of an infectious or contagious disease. to epididymis. (4) Are exempted by a written permit issued by the (B) Agricultural society or society means a county agricultural department. society or an independent agricultural society that is(B) Swine imported into Ohio for exhibition: organized under the laws of the state of Ohio. (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary (C) Approved, when used in reference to drugs, means inspection issued within thirty days preceding the approval by the United States food and drug administration exhibition opening date; and for use in the species indicated on the label. (2) Be negative to an official pseudorabies test within thirty (D) Breed show or class means a show or class limited to days of the exhibition opening date unless: breeding stock of a specific breed of livestock. (a) They originate immediately and directly from a (E) Class means a division within a show or exhibition as stage V area or from an area or country recognized defined by a sponsor. by United States department of agriculture, animal (F) Department means the department of agriculture created plant health inspection service, veterinary services under section 121.02 of the Revised Code. as pseudorabies free; or (G) Designee, when used in reference to an exhibitor, means (b) They originate immediately and directly from a a member of the exhibitor’s family or household or pseudorabies qualified herd and have not been any other registered or authorized representative of the previously exhibited this show season; or exhibitor. (c) Are exempted by a written permit issued by the (H) Director means the director of agriculture appointed department. pursuant to section 121.03 of the Revised Code.(C) Swine moved within or imported into Ohio for racing shall: (I) Drug means drug as defined in division (C) of section (1) Be separated at all times from any other swine on the 4729.02 of the Revised Code and its metabolites. exhibition grounds by the greatest distance reasonably (J) Drug use notification form means the document completed possible; and in accordance with rule 901-19-06 of the Administrative (2) Be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection code. issued within thirty days preceding the opening date of (K) Exhibition drug residue legal means an animal has not the exhibition; and been administered a drug; or if administered a drug the (3) Be negative to an official pseudorabies test within thirty withdrawal period has elapsed at the time the drug use notification form is completed. f 15
  • 18. (L) Exhibitor means any person who shows, displays, or (CC) Outstanding market project means the exhibitor ranking exhibits livestock at an exhibition. highest in the outstanding market project competition in(M) Extra label use means the actual or intended use of a drug a show. in livestock in a manner other than in accordance with the (DD) Over the counter drug means any drug that lawfully may drug label directions. be purchased without a prescription.(N) Fair means the annual exhibition held by the Ohio (EE) Partial terminal show means a show in which no fewer expositions commission, pursuant to division (A)(1) than the grand champion and reserve grand champion in of section 991.03 of the Revised Code, or a county each show or market class of livestock are sent directly agricultural society or independent agricultural society, to slaughter or to a licensed livestock facility no later as reported to the director pursuant to rule 901-5-11 of than or immediately following the conclusion of the the Administrative Code. exhibition.(O) Family means the immediate family of an exhibitor, (FF) Prescription means prescription as defined in division (G) including but not limited to the exhibitor’s parent, of section 4729.02 of the Revised Code. step-parent, foster parent, grandparent, step-grandparent, (GG) Quarantine means isolation pursuant to section 941.07 of foster grandparent, brother, sister, step-brother, step- the Revised Code. sister, half-brother, half-sister, son, daughter, step-son, (HH) Reserve grand champion means the second highest step-daughter, or guardian. placing livestock entry of a show.(P) Grand champion means the highest placing livestock (II) Residue means residues as defined in division (I) of entry of a show. section 941.01 of the Revised code.(Q) Household means the permanent residence address of the (JJ) Show means that part of the exhibition restricted to exhibitor. exhibiting a single species and category of livestock such(R) Immediately means the time period between the cessation as, by way of example, but not limited to, market steer, of administration of a drug and the point at which drug dairy goats and market lambs. residues in the livestock are within tolerance levels or at (KK) Slick clipping or body shaving means having hair that zero tolerance, unless a safe level has been established by is less than one inch in length on the body of the market the United States food and drug administration. hogs.(S) Internal rule means any rule adopted by a sponsor or (LL) Terminal show means a show in which all livestock applicable to the sponsor’s exhibition, and includes all entered in the show are sent directly to slaughter or to a mandatory rules and those optional rules from which the licensed livestock facility no later than or immediately sponsor does not exempt itself of its exhibition. following the conclusion of the exhibition.(T) Junior livestock show means a show limited to exhibitors (MM) Tolerance level means the detectable level of a residue or nine years of age or in the third grade through nineteen other substance in livestock, in a livestock test sample, years of age, or as authorized to participate in either 4-H, or in food, as that word is defined in division (A)(5) of FFA or other youth organization. section 3715.01 of the Revised Code, in a level less than(U) Label means the attached label or the accompanying or equal to the maximum level determined to be safe, brochure that lists the approved species, dose, route acceptable or non-violative by the United Stated food and of administration, withdrawal time and any cautionary drug administration. statement; a prescription label; the requirements of (NN) Unlawful substance means any of the following: labeling for an extra label use drug as permitted by (1) Any drug prohibited by division (E)(1)(b) of section the United States food and drug administration; and 901.76 or section 2925.04 of the Revised Code, or information provided by the food animal residue (2) A substance which is not normally found in or does avoidance databank (FARAD). not naturally occur in livestock; or(V) Licensed livestock facility means a livestock facility (3) A substance which is normally found in or does licensed pursuant to Chapter 943. of the Revised Code or naturally occur in livestock, but is detected or a similar law of another state. discerned in an amount or area greater than normal;(W) Mandatory rule means any rule adopted by the director or relating to food safety or the health, safety, or welfare of (4) Any drug required to be listed, but which is not listed livestock and from which a sponsor may not exempt itself on a drug use notification form; or or its exhibition. (5) Any drug present in an animal regardless of how(X) Market flock style project means ownership including an the drug came to be present if the drug was not individual junior exhibitor, family of a junior exhibitor administered under paragraphs (A), (B) or (C) of rule or a cooperative made up of junior exhibitors. Through 901-19-04 of the Administrative code. this type of ownership, the junior exhibitor(s) are to care (OO) Veterinarian means any person licensed to practice for, groom, and select any and all birds to be used in veterinary medicine under Chapter 4741. of the Revised exhibitions as well as actively participate in any decision Code or under the similar laws of another state. making processes for the flock. (PP) Withdrawal period or withdrawal time means the interval(Y) Market livestock means exhibition livestock bred, raised from the time livestock is removed from medication until and intended for slaughter for food purposes. all residues are within the tolerance level.(Z) Market poultry means birds including, but not limited to, meat chickens, turkeys, geese and ducks. 901-19-02 Types of shows; slaughter.(AA) Non-terminal show means a show in which no livestock This is a mandatory rule. is required to be slaughtered. (A) The sponsor of an exhibition shall designate each of(BB) Optional rule means any ruled adopted by the director the shows held at the exhibition as one of the following from which a sponsor may exempt itself of its exhibition. types: terminal show, partial terminal show, or non- f 16
  • 19. terminal show. the successful bidder accepts the trimmed or(B) All of the following junior livestock shows or classes at reconditioned carcass. a fair must be terminal shows or partial terminal shows: (2) If the livestock carcass cannot be trimmed or market beef steer, market hog, market lamb, market reconditioned, it shall be condemned in accordance dairy steer, veal calf and market goat unless at least with the meat inspection requirements. thirty days prior to the opening of the show, the sponsor (L) Livestock entered in or eligible for a carcass contest prior has submitted a written request to exempt a show from to or during a terminal, partial terminal or non-terminal this provision, and the director has provided written show must be exhibition drug residue legal at the time of authorization granting this request prior to the start of the show and eligible for immediate slaughter. fair.(C) All livestock which participate in a terminal show shall be slaughtered. The livestock shall be consigned 901-19-03 Auction sales at terminal or partial to slaughter either at the conclusion of the show or terminal shows. immediately following the exhibition. This is a mandatory rule.(D) In a partial terminal show at least the grand champion and (A) A sponsor may hold an auction sale of livestock exhibited the reserve grand champion shall be slaughtered. Prior to at a terminal or partial terminal show. the show, the sponsor of the exhibition may require that (B) An exhibitor who exhibits livestock at a terminal show additional livestock from a partial terminal show shall be or partial terminal show consents to participating in the slaughtered. The livestock shall be consigned to slaughter subsequent auction sale. either at the conclusion of the show or immediately (C) All bidders at an auction sale following a terminal show following the exhibition. or partial terminal show consent to the slaughter of the(E) All livestock required to be slaughtered under this rule livestock or delivery to a licensed livestock facility. shall be slaughtered at a meat establishment either (D) Title to livestock sold at an auction sale and subsequently licensed by the department or granted inspection by the presented for slaughter or sale at a licensed livestock United States department of agriculture. facility shall remain vested in the exhibitor, or if the(F) Notwithstanding paragraphs (B), (C) and (D) of this exhibitor is not the owner, in the owner until the livestock rule, livestock required to be slaughtered under this has been passed by inspection and released in accordance rule may, at the option of the sponsor of the exhibition, with paragraph (K)(1) and (K)(2) of rule 901-19-02 of the be consigned to a licensed livestock facility for sale Administrative Code and passes all testing performed by provided that: or at the direction of the department or the sponsor. (1) The livestock is consigned either at the conclusion (E) At the discretion of the sponsor, the sponsor may collect of the show or immediately following the exhibition; the sale proceeds from the successful bidder and retain and the proceeds until the carcass of the livestock has been (2) The livestock is sold only for slaughter. released, or may allow the successful bidder to withhold(G) From the beginning of the exhibition until departure payment of the proceeds until the carcass is released. In for slaughter or consignment to a licensed livestock the event the carcass is not released, the sponsor shall facility, the exhibitor or the exhibitor’s designee shall be return the sale proceeds to the successful bidder. responsible for caring for the livestock. (F) Prior to the auction, the sponsor shall announce the(H) Livestock destined for slaughter or consignment to a identification of the exhibition livestock which have been licensed livestock facility shall not be removed from the administered drugs for which the withdrawal time has not exhibition grounds until the livestock is transported to elapsed. slaughter or to the licensed livestock facility or until the sponsor approves movement of the livestock to another 901-19-04 Prohibited practices. secure area for: This is a mandatory rule. (1) Disease control in accordance with paragraph (B)(4) No person shall: of rule 901:1-18-03 of the Administrative code; and (A) Administer or cause or permit to be administered (2) Quarantine for residue to allow a withdrawal time a prescription drug to livestock either immediately as determined by the approved fair veterinarian or in before an exhibition or during an exhibition unless the accordance with the instructions listed on the drug prescription drug is administered: use notification form to elapse and may be subject to (1) By or under the supervision and direction of a testing. veterinarian; and,(I) All livestock destined for slaughter shall be subject to (2) Only in accordance with label directions; and, testing by the director in accordance with section 901.73 (3) In conjunction with a valid veterinarian-client- of the Revised Code. patient relationship; and,(J) Livestock carcasses passing inspection may be released (4) For a valid medical purpose; and, for normal disposition. (5) A drug use notification form is completed and filed(K) During inspection or testing, if the livestock carcass is in accordance with the applicable requirements of preliminarily determined to have been tampered with rule 901-19-06 of the Administrative code. or found to contain an unlawful substance, one of the (B) Administer or cause or permit to be administered an over following shall occur: the counter drug to livestock either immediately before (1) If the livestock carcass must be trimmed or an exhibition or during and exhibition unless the over the reconditioned to comply with the meat inspection counter drug is administered: requirements, the carcass shall be trimmed and (1) By or under the supervision or direction of the reconditioned and released to the exhibitor, unless exhibitor, the exhibitor’s designee, the owner of the f 17
  • 20. livestock or a veterinarian; and, exhibition. The drug use notification forms shall be (2) Only in accordance with label directions; and, made available to the department for inspection and (3) Only for a valid medical purpose; and, copying upon request. (4) A drug use notification form is completed and filed (3) Review the submitted drug use notification forms in accordance with the applicable requirements of prior to the show for compliance with paragraph rule 901-19-06 of the Administrative Code. (I) of rule 901-19-06 and rule 901-19-07 of the(C) Administer or cause or permit to be administered either a Administrative Code. prescription drug or an over the counter drug other than (4) Review the submitted drug use notification forms for in accordance with the drugs label directions unless extra compliance with paragraph (B) of rule 901-19-38 of label use of the drug is: the Administrative Code if applicable. (1) By or under the supervision and direction of a (B) The sponsor of an exhibition shall provide information veterinarian; and, requested by the director on a form prescribed by the (2) Only in accordance with the extra label directions director at least ten days before the start of the exhibition. provided by the veterinarian; and, (C) The sponsor of an exhibition shall, prior to the start of (3) In conjunction with a valid veterinarian-client- an exhibition, establish a method of identifying each patient relationship; and, animal in a terminal, partial terminal, and non-terminal (4) For a valid medical purpose; and, show and maintain a chain of custody for each market (5) A drug use notification form is completed and filed livestock animal from the show through consignment to in accordance with the applicable requirements of either slaughter or a licensed livestock facility for sale. rule 901-19-06 of the Administrative Code; and, The sponsor shall maintain a record of the identity of (6) An extended withdrawal time is assigned to the each animal and its chain of custody for period of one drug by the veterinarian as part of the extra label year from the date of the last day of an exhibition. directions and reported on the drug use notification (D) All county and independent agricultural societies and the form. Ohio expositions commission shall print Chapter 901:1-(D) Show, sell or offer for sale any livestock which contains an 18 of the Ohio Administrative Code (Ohio’s livestock unlawful substance or has been subjected to unacceptable health exhibition rules) in their premium book for the practices. current year.(E) Show any livestock which contains a drug in an amount (E) The sponsor of a county or independent agricultural which exceeds the tolerance level if established or sale society of the Ohio exposition commission shall provide level; or, a drug for which the withdrawal period has a livestock exhibitor or an adult advisor, upon request, a not elapsed unless administered in accordance with copy of Chapter 901-19 of the Administrative Code and paragraphs (A),(B) or (C) of this rule. print in their current premium book the following notice:(F) Sell or offer for sale in an auction at a terminal or partial Chapter 901-19 of the Administrative Code (Ohio’s terminal show an animal that contains a drug in an livestock tampering exhibition rules) will be made amount which exceeds the tolerance level if established available to a livestock exhibitor or an adult advisor, or safe level; or, a drug for which the withdrawal period upon request. has not elapsed unless administered in accordance with (F) If Chapter 901-19, of the Administrative Code (Ohio’s paragraphs (A),(B) or (C) of this rule. livestock tampering exhibition rules) for the upcoming(G) Exhibit an animal which has been tranquilized. show season are available prior to the sponsors printing(H) Make a false statement on a drug use notification form. deadline, the sponsor may elect to include the entire text(I) Fail or file or update a drug use notification form as of these rules within their premium book. required by 901-19-06 of the Administrative Code. (G) All other exhibitions shall provide to exhibitors, upon(J) Negligently cause an unlawful substance to be present in request, a copy of Chapters 901:1-18 and 901-19 of the an animal. Administrative code and shall include the following(K) Fail to sign a chain of custody form. statement in at least one written announcement prior to the(L) Violate a mandatory rule. beginning of the exhibition, the exhibitions management(M) Violate any optional rule from which a sponsor could will provide, upon request of an exhibitor, a copy of have exempted itself or its exhibition, but did not. Chapters 901:1-18 (Ohio’s livestock health exhibition(N) Fail to render assistance as provided by section 901.73 of rules) and 901-19 (Ohio’s livestock tampering exhibition the Revised Code. rules) of the Administrative Code.901-19-05 Responsibilities of an exhibition sponsor. 901-19-06 Drug use notification.This is a mandatory rule. This is a mandatory rule.(A) Every sponsor of an exhibition shall appoint a person as (A) The exhibitor and the owner of an animal are jointly and its records official. The records official shall receive and severally responsible for completing and filing the drug maintain the drug use notification forms filed under rule use notification form in the manner required by this rule. 901-19-06 of the Administrative Code. (B) The drug use notification form shall be signed by either (1) The records official shall reject any drug use the exhibitor or the owner. If the person signing the form notification form that is incomplete, illegible or is a minor child, the form may be cosigned by a parent or unsigned. At the close of the exhibition the records guardian of the minor child. official shall turn over the drug use notification (C) A drug use notification form shall be completed for every forms received by him to the sponsor. animal from which a test sample is collected at every (2) The sponsor shall maintain all drug use notification terminal and partial or non-terminal show and for every forms for a period of one year from the close of an animal that is administered a drug either immediately f 18
  • 21. before or during an exhibition. with label directions or the prescription; and,(D) The director shall require a drug use notification form to (3) The drug is administered or used only for medical be completed for livestock including market steer, market purposes; and, hog, market lamb, veal calf, market dairy steer, market (4) A drug use notification form is completed and filed goats, market poultry, lactating dairy cattle and lactating in accordance with the applicable requirements of goats exhibited in a junior livestock show at a fair. rule 901-19-06 of the Administrative Code.(E) The drug use notification form shall be filed with the (B) Milk or other food obtained from livestock administered records official prior to the show in which the animal is or treated with a drug and permitted to exhibit pursuant entered. to paragraph (A) of this rule shall not be used for human(F) The director may require a drug use notification form to consumption. be completed for livestock exhibited at any type of show including a non-terminal show. 901-19-10 Testing requirements and test results.(G) If at any time after the drug use notification form is filed This is a mandatory rule. the information on the form regarding drug use changes (A) Urine, blood, tissue and other test samples shall be or if a drug is subsequently administered, an updated collected in accordance with the Ohio department of drug use notification form shall immediately be filed with agricultures protocol for the collection of livestock test the records official. samples at exhibitions. Test samples may be collected(H) No person shall submit an incomplete, illegible or before, during or immediately after a show. Deviation unsigned drug use notification form. from the protocol shall be noted.(I) When a drug use notification form submitted to a records (B) The director may at his discretion, collect any urine, official for livestock is incomplete, illegible or unsigned blood, tissue or other test samples from exhibition neither the exhibitor nor the owner shall, until the defect animals at the time of slaughter. is corrected: (1) Receive any prizes or awards from shows in which 901-19-11 Humane treatment of livestock. the livestock was exhibited prior to the time the drug This is a mandatory rule. use notification form was to filed. (A) A person shall treat livestock in a humane manner and in (2) Participate in any shows or sales held subsequent accordance with acceptable commercial practices so as to to the time the drug use notification form was to be protect the health, safety and welfare of the livestock. filed. (B) All exhibitors shall comply with and abide by the policy statement and code of practices of the Ohio Livestock901-19-07 Quality assurance. Coalition.This is a mandatory rule. Sponsors shall require exhibitors at fairs sponsored 901-19-12 Acceptable practices.by county or independent agricultural societies or the Ohio This is a mandatory rule.exposition commission to annually attend or complete a quality The following practices are deemed acceptable to protectassurance program sponsored and conducted cooperatively by and promote the health, safety, and welfare of livestock:the exhibition sponsor, Ohio state university extension, Ohio (A) Adding caffeine free soda pop, gelatin, or other sweetenersagricultural education, or agricultural commodity organizations. to drinking water in nominal amounts to encourage waterAlternatively, at the discretion of Ohio state university consumption;extension, annually pass a test based on the appropriate skill (B) Hoof trimming;level for their age (twelve to fourteen or fifteen to eighteen) (C) Cosmetic dehorning in market class livestock;under the supervision of Ohio state university extension or (D) Using collodion as a teat sealant, but for no longer thanOhio agricultural education before exhibiting terminal or partial eighteen hours;terminal market livestock, including market poultry, lactating (E) Adding molasses or other sweeteners to feed to encouragedairy cattle and lactating goats in a junior livestock show. Youth consumption;who pass the test will be exempt from annual quality assurance (F) Properly administered and approved growth implants;re-certification until they move to the next age bracket or they (G) Castration;are no longer a junior exhibitor (nineteen years of age or older (H) Beak trimming;on January first of their last year). Minimum standards for youth (I) Dehorning;food quality assurance are as set forth in Appendix A attached (J) Tattooing;hereto. (K) Hot or freeze branding; (L) Humane ringing;901-19-09 Drug residues in non-terminal show animals. (M) Tail docking;This is a mandatory rule. (N) Eat notching;(A) A person may, notwithstanding paragraph (E) of rule (O) Ear tagging; 901-19-04 of the Administrative Code, show at a non- (P) Shearing; terminal show an animal which as been administered (Q) Drenching of lambs for a medical condition at an a drug provided they are in compliance with all of the exhibition when diagnosed by a licensed veterinarian; following: (R) Acceptable surgery, including clamps, bands and (1) The drug is a prescription drug or an extra label chemical castration. use of a drug and the drug is prescribed by a (S) Application of ice, ice packs, cold packs or cold veterinarian pursuant to a valid veterinarian-client- compresses prescribed to relieve heat stress or a medical patient relationship; and, condition diagnosed by a licensed veterinarian at an (2) The drug is administered or used only in accordance exhibition. f 19
  • 22. 901-19-13 Unacceptable practices. (1) Disqualification from any exhibition;This is a mandatory rule. (2) Disqualification of the exhibition livestock from any The following practices are detrimental to the health, exhibition;safety, and welfare of livestock and are prohibited: (3) Continuing education;(A) Applying any electrical, mechanical, or other appliance (4) Written letter of reprimand; to livestock repeatedly or for a prolonged time period in (5) Forfeiture or return of awards, prizes, premiums or violation of section 313.2 of the United States code of proceeds; federal regulations; (6) Pre-exhibition drug testing.(B) Hitting, striking, beating, or otherwise impacting livestock (B) Disqualification may include any or all shows and classes that induces swelling or enhances, transforms or changes and may be for any number of years. the true conformation, configuration, or appearance of (C) Anyone who violates rule 901-19-07 of the Administrative the livestock; Code may be given a letter of reprimand for the first(C) Plugging of teats; offense.(D) Sealing of teats using unapproved substances or for longer than eighteen hours using approved substances; 901-19-31 Responsibilities of and assistance to junior(E) Injecting material into udders or teats for non-medical fair exhibitors. purposes or otherwise artificially modifying the This is an optional rule. appearance or conformation of the udder or teat; (A) A junior livestock show exhibitor shall be responsible(F) Using ice, ice packs, cold packs or cold compresses for the continuous care, grooming, and preparation of the internally or externally other than in accordance with livestock entered in the junior livestock show. paragraph (S) of rule 901-19-12 of the Administrative (B) An exhibitor may receive assistance in the care, grooming, Code; and preparation of the livestock entered in the junior(G) Using a stomach tube or pump for any purpose other than livestock show, provided that the assistance shall be for the relief of tympany or gas on the day of exhibiting. limited to explanation or demonstration provided by the(H) Drenching of lambs at an exhibition is prohibited except following: as permitted under paragraph (Q) of rule 901-19-12 of the (1) Family members; Administrative Code. (2) Household members; (3) Advisors or adult volunteers of 4-H or FFA in the901-19-19 Absolute liability. exhibitor’s club or county;This is a mandatory rule. (4) Vocational agriculture instructors;(A) Both the exhibitor and the owner of livestock are (5) County extension agents; absolutely liable to discipline under rule 901-19-21 of (6) Department representatives; the Administrative Code for the presence of an unlawful (7) Veterinarians; substance in livestock and unacceptable practices done to (8) Members of the exhibitor’s 4-H club, FFA chapter, livestock. or other youth organizations;(B) If the exhibitor or the owner was a minor child at the (9) Guest speakers of the 4-H, FFA, or other youth time the unlawful substance or unacceptable practice was organizations. detected, the parent or guardian of the person shall also (C) Any person no specified in paragraph (B) of this rule be absolutely liable to discipline under rule 901-19-21 of who provides assistance to a junior livestock show the Administrative Code for the presence of an unlawful exhibitor shall register in writing with the sponsor. substance in livestock and unacceptable practices done to The responsibility to register rests with the exhibitor. livestock. An assistant may register for more than one exhibitor.(C) The director or the sponsor in imposing discipline under Failure to register constitutes grounds for disciplinary paragraph (A) of this rule upon a person, shall mitigate action against the exhibitor. Assistance shall be limited the discipline imposed based upon one or more of the to explanation and minimal demonstration. following facts if established. (1) The person did not introduce the unlawful substance 901-19-32 Breed shows or classes. into the animal or do any unacceptable practices to This is an optional rule. the livestock; In breed shows or classes, the rules of the breed (2) The person had no actual or constructive knowledge association shall constitute accepted grooming practices for that the unlawful substance was introduced into the that breed’s show or class, unless otherwise modified by a livestock or that unacceptable practices had been mandatory rule. done to the livestock; (3) The unlawful substance was not introduced into 901-19-33 Prohibited grooming practices. the livestock and the unacceptable practices were This is an optional rule. not done to the livestock through the person’s The following grooming practices are prohibited in negligence. market classes, non-breed shows or classes, and breed shows or classes unless those grooming practices are permitted under rule901-19-21 Disciplinary action. 901-19-32:This is a mandatory rule. (A) Using any substance to enhance or change the color of(A) Any person who violates a provision of sections 901.70 the livestock, including the livestock’s hide or hooves; through 901.76 inclusive, or 2925.04 of the Revised (B) Adding any substance externally to build up, change Code or any provision of this chapter, is subject to any of or alter the shape or conformation of the livestock, the following disciplinary actions: including by way of example but not limited to rope, false f 20
  • 23. hair, graphite, hemp, and powders; livestock is registered, the livestock has been registered(C) Pigmented grooming aides or materials. in the persons name for not less than sixty days.(D) Slick clipping or body shaving of market hogs except on (C) For any exhibition other than those listed in paragraphs the ears and tails. (A)(1) to (A)(6) and paragraph (B) of this rule, the length of time a person shall own livestock before the901-19-34 Outstanding market project competition. person may register, enter or exhibit the livestock atThis is an optional rule. an exhibition may be set by either the sponsor of the An exhibition may provide for an outstanding market exhibition or a breed association.project competition in one or more classes. The competitionmay include an evaluation of the livestock, demonstrationof the exhibitor’s showmanship abilities, and a skillathon orinterview judging. The skillathon or interview judging mayinclude demonstration of the exhibitor’s knowledge of qualityassurance principles, as set forth in an industry publication orin a publication such as the caring for animals handout or byviewing the Caring for Animals Video available from a countyextension office.901-19-35 Recognition of disciplinary actions.This is an optional rule.(A) Disciplinary action by a sponsor against a person for a violation of sections 901.70 to 901.76, inclusive, or 2925.04 of the Revised Code or chapter 901-19 of the Administrative Code shall be given full faith and credit and shall be honored at all exhibitions.(B) A person who has been convicted of violating section 901.70 to 901.76, inclusive, or 2925.04 of the Revised Code shall be prohibited from participating in any exhibition for a minimum period of three years.901-19-38 False, deceptive or unacceptable practices.This is an optional rule.The following are unacceptable practices:(A) Castration of livestock for purposes of this rule which exceed the following criteria: (1) Cattle over eight months of age; (2) Swine over seventy-five pounds; or (3) Sheep over seventy-five pounds.(B) Showing any market livestock which has been treated in accordance with paragraph (A), (B) or (C) of 901-19- 04 of the Administrative Code when a side effect of the drug conceals, enhances, transforms or changes the true confirmation or condition of the livestock.(C) Any natural occurrence or surgical process which results in testicular tissue remaining in the body of exhibition livestock except rabbits and poultry.901-19-39 Ownership Requirements.(A) No person shall register, enter, or exhibit in a junior livestock exhibition any of the livestock listed in paragraphs (A)(1) to (A)(7) of this rule unless the person has owned the livestock for not less than the length of time listed: (1) market steers - 150 days; (2) market dairy steers - 150 days; (3) market hogs - 60 days; (4) market lambs - 60 days; (5) market goats - 60 days; (6) veal calves - 60 days; and (7) market poultry – within five days of hatch including all individual participants in a cooperative.(B) No person shall register, enter or exhibit livestock in a junior breeding livestock exhibition unless the person has owned the livestock for not less than sixty days or, if the f 21
  • 24. LIVESTOCK SHOW or enhances the true confirmation or configuration of all livestock, including by way of example but not limited to FACT SHEET 13. rope, false hair, graphite, and hemp; For breeding classes the rules of the breed association will constitute acceptable grooming practices; WHAT’S NEW FOR LIVESTOCK 14. Effective May 31, 2001, an acceptable practices rule, OAC 901-19-12 (Q), only permits drenching of lambs for a medical EXHIBITION IN 2011 condition at an exhibition when diagnosed by a licensed veterinarian and an unacceptable practices rule, OAC 901- by Tony M. Forshey, DVM, 19-13 (H), drenching of lambs at an exhibition is prohibited Ohio Department of Agriculture except as permitted under paragraph (Q) of rule 901-19-12 of the Administrative Code.The Ohio Livestock Show Reform Act authorizes the Director of 15. Effective February 13, 2004, OAC 901-19-38 (C), accessoryAgriculture to adopt mandatory and optional rules. Mandatory reproductive tissue was removed from the false, deceptiverules apply to all livestock shows, while the sponsor has the or unacceptable practices rule.option to opt out of the optional rules on an individual rule basis. 16. Effective February 12, 2007, identification requirements forIf a sponsor decides not to opt out of an optional rule, the rule sheep and goats were added to OAC 901:1-18-07 and OACthen becomes mandatory. The following is a clarification of how 901:1-18-09.the statute (Ohio Revised Code) and rules (Ohio Administrative 17. The Exhibition Livestock Health Rules apply to anyCode) are to be interpreted and applied at all terminal, partial exhibition over 36 hours in duration or has livestock whoseterminal and non-terminal livestock exhibitions in Ohio: origin is not Ohio and that exhibition must have an approved veterinarian (a form will be provided and must be returned1. Livestock is inclusive of all species, except equine; to the Ohio Department of Agriculture at least 20 days prior2. Livestock exhibitions include all county and independent to the opening date); fairs, the Ohio State Fair and all preview and jackpot shows; 18. Junior market livestock shows at county and dependent fairs3. A sponsor is any entity who conducts an exhibition including and the Ohio State Fair are defined as either terminal or preview and jackpot shows; partial terminal shows:4. The sponsor may opt out of any or all of the optional rules a. partial means that at least the grand and reserve grand at least 30 days prior to the opening (a form will be champion animals are required to go to slaughter or provided and must be returned to the Ohio Department of directly to a licensed livestock facility for slaughter only, Agriculture, Division of Animal Industry, 8995 East Main b. terminal means all market livestock go to slaughter or Street, Reynoldsburg, Oh. 43068); directly to a licensed livestock facility for slaughter5. Effective February 13, 2004, exhibitors shall annually attend only; or complete a quality assurance program before exhibiting 19. Preview and jackpot shows, as well as breeding classes are terminal or partial terminal market livestock, or at the non-terminal shows; option of Ohio State University Extension, annually pass a 20. At all terminal, partial terminal and non-terminal shows test administered by or under the supervision of Ohio State urine and hair samples may be collected; University Extension. 21. A Drug Use Notification Form (DUNF) will be required6. Effective February 19, 2007, OAC 901-19-07, exhibitors may to be completed for all livestock for which a test sample is pass a test based on age and skill level to be exempt from collected; quality assurance re-certification. This exemption is at the 22. OAC 901-19-06 (D) the Director of Agriculture shall require discretion of OSU Extension or Ohio agricultural education. a DUNF be completed for livestock including market steer,7. Swine being sent to a licensed livestock facility or going out market hog, market lamb, veal calf, market dairy steer, of state for slaughter or commingled with out of state swine market goats, market poultry, lactating dairy cattle and must be identified with an official eartag or four digit tattoo. lactating dairy goats, and be reviewed locally (assistance8. The department does not require Certificates of Veterinary will be available from the Ohio Department of Agriculture Inspection for exhibition livestock originating in Ohio by faxing the form to 614-728-6310); including swine. However, an exhibition sponsor can 23. For all shows the statute prohibits the misuse of legal drugs choose to require additional regulations above those of the (including but not limited to the use of drugs approved for department. use in humans, but not approved for animal use) and the use9. Ohio obtained Stage 5 pseudorabies status on January 1, of illegal drugs; 2001. Pseudorabies testing is no longer required for Ohio 24. The statute prohibits the showing of tranquilized livestock, swine to be exhibited. October 2004 - all states achieved including products such as Calf Calm, and diuretics for Stage 5 status. cosmetic purposes;10. Effective February 15, 2003, the optional rule, OAC 901-19- 25. All livestock entered in a carcass contest at a terminal, partial 33 (D), prohibits the slick clipping or body shaving of market terminal, and non-terminal show must be drug free on the hogs except on the ears and tails. The word “underline” has day of show: been removed from this rule; a. the withdrawal time must have elapsed by the day of11. Effective February 15, 2003, OAC 901-19-02 (II) “slick show, or clipping” or “body shaving” means having hair that is less b. the drug must not exceed the tolerance level on the day of than one half inch in length on the body of market hogs; show;12. Even if the sponsor opts out of one or more of the optional 26. Immediately before or during a terminal and partial tampering rules, the statute prohibits the use of any terminal show and sale and within a valid veterinarian- material, gas, solid, or liquid, that conceals, transforms client-patient-relationship (VCPR) or for a valid medical f 22
  • 25. purpose a drug or an over-the-counter (OTC) drug may be The preceding is not intended to be an all encompassing review used if it is declared on a DUNF and the drug’s side effect of the statute and rules as they pertain to livestock exhibitions does not conceal, transform or enhance the conformation in Ohio. Exhibitors, exhibition sponsors, parents, advisors, and of the treated livestock, any such permitted drug use must be veterinarians are encouraged to call the Ohio Department of disclosed at the time of sale; Agriculture, Tony M. Forshey, D.V.M., at 614-728-6220 with any27. The drug use notification form shall be filed with the records questions. official prior to the show in which the animal is entered. It at any time, the information on the original drug use notification The success of this program is based on the continued input and form changes, an updated form shall be filed immediately cooperation of educators, industry, and government. Through with the records official. your continued support, Ohio will continue to be a national28. At non-terminal shows the use of drugs requires a VCPR leader in livestock show reform. for prescription and extra-label use of drugs, and OTC drugs must be used for a valid medical purpose and according to label directions and must be declared on a DUNF. RANDOLPH FAIR GOES GREEN PLASTIC BOTTLES AND CANS LOOK FOR THESE CONTAINERS ON THE GROUNDS. f 23
  • 26. PORTAGE COUNTY RANDOLPH FAIR & SMASH-IT DEMO DERBIES, INC. RANDOLPH FAIR PRESENTS RENTAL - STORAGE 2 NIGHTS OF DEMOLITION DERBIES PROCEDURE Dave Tomlinson, Supt., Debbie Heeter, Asst. Supt. FOOTAGE FOR THE 2011 - 2012SEASON WILL BE $9.00 PER FOOT. Dates for 2011 take in will be October 22nd and 29th. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23 - 7:00 p.m. $25.00 early out fee. (Must be pre-arranged - WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24 - 7:00 p.m. stated when coming in.) Grandstand prices: Reserved seating for all - $8.00. Pre-sale tickets starting August 1st. Schedule for 2011 - 2012 is as follows: ENTRY FEE: $35.00 each, at time of entry. (Cash only) Vehicles are taken in only on Monday Entry Requirements: Pre-registration is required on through Friday. After the 29th by a first come basis at the Fair Office. Entries will be accepted during regular office hours starting Aug. 1, appointment only. 2011. (See page 2 for times). Mail in entries accepted with money order only. Any damage to vehicle must be reported Pre-registration includes driver completing and signing when coming in and before you leave an application, showing proof of age with a driver’s the fairgrounds. license or other form of identification with a picture and date of birth. (Drivers must be 18 years of age or older. VEHICLES NEED TO PROVIDE A Tuesday Night: CONTAINER FOR LEAKAGE. REGULAR HEATS PLUS PICKUPSBatteries must be disconnected from all Tues. Night Only Special:Motor vehicles. Garden Tractor Demo Derby Wednesday Night:Keys will be left at the Main Office. REGULAR HEATS PLUS PICKUPSAll vehicles must be checked out at the gate Wed. Night Only Special:When leaving. This will be verified by showing Youth Compact Class (14-18yrs)*the owners contract they received when puttingthe vehicle in storage. PRIZE MONEY Regular Feature: $1500 - $750 - $500 - $250Key boxes will be put in buildings for take out day. Youth Compact Class: $750 - $500 - $250You can go directly to the building your vehicle is in. Compacts: $1250 - $500 - $250 - $100 Trucks: $1250 - $500 - $250 - $100Take out date will be April 14th, 2012. AfterApril 14th, take out will be Monday thru Friday ALL RULES ARE AVAILABLE ON LINE – www.smashitderby.comonly. One week after take out date is free. AfterApril 23rd there will be a charge of $10.00 per FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:week and any part of the week. After May 1, 2012(the deadline) there will be a $10.00 charge per day. SMASH IT DEMO DERBY DAVE TOMLINSON TIM – 740-857-2033 330-351-0470 f 24
  • 27. ROUGH TRUCK BEN RISNEY CONTEST X-TREME ART Sunday, August 28, 2011 3:30 P.M. SCULPTOR Entry Fee: $25.00 DAILY DEMONSTRATIONS Pit Passes: $15.00 (drivers free) (In Equipment Row) REGISTRATION: All vehicles must be entered between 11:30 A.M. and 2:45 P.M. Chain Saw Carvings Sculpted From on the day of the event. A Single Piece of Wood MANDATORY DRIVERS MEETING AT 3:00 P.M.OPEN TO ALL 2 Classes - Stock and ModifiedDrivers must be eighteen years of age.All drivers must wear helmet and seat belt during competition.No loose items will be permitted inside of truck cab or bed.All drivers will be required to sign a “Hold Harmless” agreement.Street legal tires only.Roll bars /cages will be permitted.One driver per truck.No alcohol will be permitted on the fairgrounds.No major modifications will be permitted to vehicles in stock class.Examples of major modifications: Tube Frames, Box Frames, Motor Relocation, Driver Seat Relocation, Etc.LIMIT – 75 trucks both classes.This is a timed event over an obstacle course.THE DECISION OF THE TRACK JUDGES IS FINAL,AND SHALL NOT BE APPEALED. PREMIUMS: STOCK CLASS MODIFIED CLASS 1st $300.00 $300.00 2nd $250.00 $250.00 3rd $200.00 $200.00 4th $150.00 5th $100.006th thru 10th $ 50.00 Sponsor of the Longest Jump: Master Carver Ben Risney’s skill and artistic talents have earned him ribbons and titles in national competitions, Randolph, Ohio and sponsorship by the world’s largest chainsaw manufacturer, Poulon. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Carvings will be auctioned off on FAIR OFFICE SHARON ELDRETH Saturday, August 27th at 3:30 P.M. 330-325-7476 330-325-7493 f 25
  • 28. PerformingWednesday, August 24th - 7:30 p.m. Corner Stage PerformingThursday, August 25th - 8:00 p.m. Corner Stage f 26
  • 29. AM SE TR EI AC LAN Performing Friday, August 26th - 8:00 p.m. Corner Stage Performing Saturday, August 27th - 8:00 p.m. Corner Stage f 27
  • 30. Performing “Senior Citizen’s Day” Friday, August 26th 3:00 - 7:00 p.m.In the Entertainment CenterAnd Walking Around the Fair f28
  • 31. Daily Shows &Drive-arounds f 29
  • 32. Jelly Bean The Clown Daily Entertainment Walking Around the Fair Plus Stage Shows SENIOR DAY PROGRAMENTERTAINMENT CENTER FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 201112:00 p.m. Gary Shreve - Elvis Impersonator 1:30 p.m. King & Queen 2:15 p.m. Deerfield Dandies Kitchen Band 3:00 p.m. ZOOperstars 4:00 p.m. Veterans Program f 30
  • 33. THE PORTAGE COUNTY JUNIOR FAIR MARKET LIVESTOCK CLUBS ANNOUNCE THE 50TH ANNUAL JUNIOR FAIR MARKET LIVESTOCK AUCTIONS ON Wednesday, August 24, 2011 and Saturday, August 27, 2011 Junior Fair Market Livestock Auction Sale Schedule Wednesday, August 24th Market Swine Auction 6:30 p.m. Sheep & Swine Arena Saturday, August 27th Market Small Animals 9:30 a.m. Hamilton Arena Market Lambs & Goats 3:00 p.m. Hamilton Arena Market Steers 5:00 p.m. Hamilton Arena Special Thanks for continued support: Auctioneers: Kiko Auctioneers - John Kiko 2805 Fulton Drive, NW, Canton, Ohio 44718 (1-800-533-4556) Special Thanks to Portage Community Bank for sponsoring the Jr. Fair MarketAuction along with Ameriprise Financial, Scott B. Horning, CRPC for sponsoring refreshments Mark your calendars TODAY! All Portage County Junior Fair Market Livestock Sale Exhibitors Have participated in a Quality Assurance Program. Questions?? Don’t know how to get started?? What do I actually get?? What if I want to support but do not want the meat?? Contact the Randolph Fair 330-325-7476 or OSU Extension-Portage Co. 330-296-6432 and we will get someone to help answer your questions! f 31
  • 34. A BIG THANK YOU To All the Buyers Who Supported Jr. Fair Youth at The 2010 Portage County Randolph Fair Livestock Auctions!!! 2010 Portage County Fair Market ChampionsJR. FAIR EXHIBITOR PURCHASED BY PRICESTEERS: Grand Champion - Olivia Blay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David L. Duma, of Duma Meats $ 5.01/lb. Reserve Champion - Douglas Kisamore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Moore Resourses $ 2.50/lb. Grand Champion Carcass - Kenny Shircliff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. James Wilson $ 5.00/lb. Reserve Champion Carcass - Michaela Wise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WBNX TV, of Cuyahoga Falls $ 4.00/lb.HOGS: Grand Champion - Mitch Kisamore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oscar Brugmann Sand & Gravel $ 9.00/lb. Reserve Champion - Caitlin Wenger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Battaglia Construction $ 6.50/lb. Grand Champion Carcass - Clark Bookman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Moore Resources $ 13.00/lb. Reserve Champion Carcass - Sam Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Moore Resources, Kiko Meats, Duma Meats, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Benjamin Family, Brad and Nancy Polen $ 32.00/lb.LAMBS: Grand Champion - Travis Siegfer th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miner’s Tractor Sales $ 4.25/lb. Reserve Champion - Madison Moore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Moore Well Services $ 3.00/lb. Grand Champion Carcass - Danielle Whitted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kiko Meats and Erv-N-Dale Farm $ 5.00/lb. Reserve Champion Carcass - Hunter Horning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TWH Construction $ 4.50/lb.GOATS: Grand Champion - Kelly Siegfer th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ahrens Club Pigs $ 475.00 Reserve Champion - Kirsten Wise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kiko Meats $ 275.00RABBITS: Grand Champion - Lucus Watson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Matthew Watson $ 500.00 Reserve Champion - Collin Croft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miner’s Tractor Sales $ 350.00CHICKENS: Grand Champion - Tyler Phelps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . De-Lux Mold & Machine $ 600.00 Reserve Champion - Jack Rohal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wise Greenhouse $ 500.00TURKEYS: Grand Champion - Ben Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hyde’s Automotive $ 550.00 Reserve Champion - LaRee Nelson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . De-Lux Mold & Machine $ 425.00DUCKS: Grand Champion - Rebecca Wise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Siciliano’s Pizza and White’s Farm Supply $ 700.00 Reserve Champion - Rebecca Wise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Por tage County Rabbit Breeders $ 500.00GEESE: Grand Champion - Riley Shultz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Por tage County Farm Bureau $ 150.00 Reserve Champion - Ryan Phelps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . De-Lux Mold & Machine $ 100.00QUAIL: Grand Champion - Riley Schultz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hargett’s Farm Shop and Wistful Cafe $ 200.00 Reserve Champion - Emily Shultz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hargett’s Farm Shop and Wistful Cafe $ 125.00PHEASANTS: Grand Champion - Rochelle Wise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pettigrew Feed & Hardware $ 85.00 Reserve Champion - Karly Wise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom Hermann $ 70.00 2010 BUYERS LIST(Spanky) Larry A Hahn Sr. DJB Transport Inc. Greg Seifert Linh Luong (Lin Long) Richland Alpacas1127 Construction Inc. Dan & Gloria Tronge Gullivers 77 Travel Plaza Locust Hill Farms Rimar Concrete14-76 Auto Exchange Daniel J. Bauer H. Luli Construction Co. Logs to Lumber Robert’s General ExcavatingAaron Hoover Daniel Steidl H.M. Miller Construction Longacre Farm Service Rodenbucher FarmsAdelman Farms Darrell & Michelle Wayt Hall Public Safety Marianne Riggenbach Rodenbucher TractorAgg Corp Darren Durr Hannah Electric Marlene Lewandowski Rods PaintingAhrens Club Pigs David & Tammy Adkins/Adkins Tax Service Hargett’s Farm Shop & Wistful Cafe Matt Schircliff & Jeff Barnett Ron Storer Commercial SoundAl & Terri Haddad Dawg’s Draft House & Drive-Thru Hartville Locker Service Matthew Watson Ron & Cara EichlerAlien Acres De-Lux Mold & Machine Inc. Heppe Farms Matthew Whitted Masonry Ron & Diane MillerAll Concrete LLC Debbie Marshall’s Cleaning SVC Hermann’s Farm Maureen Nowak Smith Ron’s Stump RemovalAmy & Terry Cable Debra Mettle High Point Printing Mellion Orthodontics Ronald L. BittnerAngie & Dennis Smith Deerfield Farms Service Holley Blyler Micro Mold Co., Inc. Ronald L. EstesAntonio L. Matos Dennis Taylor Agency Hugh Morris Middlefield Bank Ronyak Bros. PavingBaldwin’s Raising Ewes Farm Derthick’s Corn Maze LLC Hyde’s Automotive Mike & Gloria Kassay Rose BullockBar Industrial Supply, Inc. Didado Electric Ian Tomlinson Mike & Karen Watson Rufener FarmsBattaglia Construction, Inc. Dig This Trenching J.L. Painting Mike Kubera DVM Schott Feed & SupplyBeatty’s Club Lambs Don & Karen Kurtz & Family JS Drywall Mike Saleh Shorts Spicer Crislip Funeral HomeBenjamin Family Don Garretson Jack Groselle Mike’s Place Sicilano’s PizzariaBennett Farm Donald Thompson James Brott Miner’s Tractor Sales Simcox Grinding & Steel Co.Betty Wells Doris Scott James Lang Mitch Unger c/o Miller Transfer Singleton ReelsBill & Carrie Brautigam Douvikas Family Janet Esposito - County Auditor Molly Maid of Akron/Canton Smithberger FarmBill & Ruth McEwuen/Steve Tegovski Dr. Angelo Tirri Jason & Jeff Barnett Moore Resources Steer BuxxBill Hathaway Dr. James Wilson Jeff & Tami Kline Moore Well Services, Inc. Steve & Tami EarnestBill Patrick in memory of Cathy Patrick Dr. Michael Cline Jeff Swiger Nelson Construction Sue KnappBiltz Farm Dr. Stephen Belli Jen & Doug Ryan Norma Pavisich Susan WhiteBob & Marge Conner Duma Meats Jennifer Allen Novatny Electric Susan White Howard HannaBob & Terry Doty Dussel Farm & Feed Store Jeremy Hunter Nowak Farms T&K FarmsBonnie Harner East Manufacturing Jim Ormsby Ohio Valley Energy Wildcat Drilling, LLC TWH ConstructionBottom Line Excavating Elden & Kim Villers Jim White Opening Day Lawn & Landscaping Tarter RealtyBrad Martin Elizabeth Walters Jimmie Yeatts Oscar Brugmann Sand & Gravel Terri’s TowingBrad and Nancy Polen Emery Sherdinak Joanne Ingledue P and P Mold and Die, Inc. Terry MurphyBrandon & Bryan McIntyre Erv-n-del Farm/Umbarger Feed Joe Pisciotta Paul Adelman Trucking The Patch FamilyBrian Cain Evelyn Ruggles John & Allie Luli Paul F. Turowski Tim Farnsworth Show PigsCain Accounting Evergreen Nursery John & Kathy Zizka Peggy Tirri Tim Matlock, DVMCaven McLoughlin Fahrny’s Repair Services, Inc. John Meece Pep’s Car Wash Tim More & Troy & Debby ManionCedar Bug Beater Falling Timber LLC John Sedensky Pete Battista Tim ShafferCharles Marshall Fano’s Candies Johnnycake Farms Pettigrew Feed & Hardware Tom FeolaChet Shallenberger Farm Credit Service of Mid America Jud’s Lawn Service Portage County Dairy Boosters Tom HermannChris Allred Fine Line Hay Sales Judge Guilitto & Judge Pittman Portage County Farm Bureau Tom SaadChris Boring Insurance Services Franchell Riley Karvo Paving Portage County Rabbit Breeders Tom Wise FamilyChris and Deanna Hermann Fur Takers of America Kevin Scott Trucking Inc. Portage Marble & Granite Vicki & Bob CaseyCleveland Road Animal Hospital G.F. Hoch Co. Kibler Farm Portage Salt and Supply WBNX-TVCline Family GCS Industrial Services, LTD Kiko Meats, Inc. Pressler’s Meats, Inc. Wade Pol ContractingCongress Lake Farms Gary & Pat Allen Kisamore’s Back to Nature Taxidermy Providence Too Farm White’s Farm SupplyCreaking Willow Stables Gary’s Deer Processing/Kisamore’s Back Kline Farm Pyramid Treating, Inc./ Wintergreen Tree FarmCurtis & Erin Ahrens To Nature Taxidermy Kline Farm (Diamond) Kurkey Auto Wrecking Wise GreenhouseCustom Laser - Tim & Diane Wise Family Gary’s Towing Kurkey Auto Wrecking R2K Contracting, Inc. Wiseacre Farm/Coia TractorCutlip Family Farm Gerald & Laura Chartier Lane View Farm RWP Const. Wyszynski FarmCutright Builders Gina Ufert Lee & Carrie Smith Ray & Andrea BolognaD.A.S.H. Wood Products Grand River Transportation Leigh & Anita Herington Rich the Plumber & Fran MansfieldD.R. Abbuhl Greg Eichler Leppo Equipment Richard Rouse THANK YOU Kiko AuctioneersD.R.S. Services Inc. Greg Horning Linda Graves Richard/Maryann Brockett for your Auctioneering Service f 32
  • 35. DEPARTMENT 1 CLASS: 19. Produce of Dam - 2 animals from same Dam, any age. DAIRY CATTLE 20. Dam and Daughter, any age Fred Fear, Supt. 330-296-9083 21. Get of Sire - 3 animals from same Sire, any age, need not be Marjorie & Tim Fear, Asst. Supt. owned by exhibitors.Judging - Friday, August 26th - 9:30 A.M. 22. 3 Best Females, any age, bred and owned by exhibitorEntry Fee 10% of First Premium. Should any exhibitor exhibit a heifer under 24 months of age, in milk, same must be entered in the Two Year Old Cow class.Entries close August 9th at 8:00 P.M.Livestock entries limited to space available. *Exhibitor limited to two (2) entries per class; 1 entry in groups.ALL ANIMAL EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE A PASS. 23. HERDSMAN AWARDS (any dairy exhibitor) will be presented on Sunday, August 28th. Displays will be judgedAll livestock exhibited at owner’s risk. daily.All cattle over 1 year of age to be registered and must have Premiums: 1st $30.00 - 2nd $20.00 - 3rd $10.00papers.All cattle under 1 year of age eligible to register. “DRESS A COW COSTUME CONTEST ”All cattle to be in show condition. Dairy cattle costume class, judged 1:00 P.M. on Sunday, August 28th.No cattle will be permitted in the barns that have not met the No entry fee. Entries taken until showtime.health requirements of the Ohio Department of Agriculture. Limited to dairy cattle exhibited at the Fair.All animals must remain on grounds until 9:00 P.M. Sunday. Judging will be based on cow’s costume.SHOW ORDER: One Grand Prize Winner - $50.00: SECTION 1 - MILKING SHORTHORNS (7) Runner-up Winners - $20.00 each. SECTION 2 - ALL OTHER RECOGNIZED – Sponsored by Portage County Dairy Boosters – DAIRY BREEDS SECTION 3 - JERSEY SECTION 4 - HOLSTEIN SECTION 5 - GUERNSEY SECTION 6 - AYRSHIRE DEPARTMENT 2 SECTION 7 - BROWN SWISS BEEF CATTLEPremiums: 1st $30.00 - 2nd $25.00 - 3rd $20.00 - Tim Wise, Supt. 330-325-9929 4th $18.00 - 5th $17.00 Dave Kuntzman, Asst. Supt.CLASS: Dan Tronge, Ringman 1. Jr. Heifer Calf - Born on or after March 1, 2011 & over Show Day – Tues., August 23rd - 10:00 A.M. 4 months of age All entries will be judged in Hamilton Arena. Registration 2. Intermediate Heifer Calf - Dec. 1, 2010 - Feb. 28, 2011 papers required. 3. Senior Heifer Calf - Sept. 1, 2010 - Nov. 30, 2010 4. Summer Yearling Heifer - June 1, 2010 - Aug. 31, 2010 Entry Fee 10% of First Premium. 5. Junior Yearling Heifer - Mar. 1, 2010 - May 31, 2010 Entries close August 9th at 8:00 P.M. 6. Winter Yearling Heifer - Dec. 1, 2009 - Feb. 28, 2010 Livestock entries limited to space available with Superintendents 7. Senior Yearling Heifer - Sept. 1, 2009 - Nov. 30, 2009 assigning stalls.Junior Champion All Breeds - Rosette ALL ANIMAL EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE A PASS.Reserve Junior Champion All Breeds - Rosette SECTION 1 - SHORTHORNSPremiums: 1st $50.00 - 2nd $35.00 - 3rd $32.00 - 4th $30.00 - 5th $28.00 SECTION 2 - BLACK ANGUS SECTION 3 - HEREFORDCLASS: SECTION 4 - SALERS 8. Junior Two Year Old Cow - Mar. 1, 2009 - Aug. 31, 2009 9. Senior Two Year Old Cow - Sept. 1, 2008 - Feb. 28, 2009 SECTION 5 - GRADE OR CROSSBRED10. Junior Three Year Old Cow - Mar. 1, 2008 - Aug. 31, 2008 SECTION 6 - SIMMENTAL11. 3 Year Old Cow - Sept. 1, 2007 - Feb. 28, 2008 SECTION 7 - MAINE-ANJOU12. 4 Year Old Cow - Sept. 1, 2006 - Aug. 31, 2007 SECTION 8 - SCOTTISH HIGHLAND13. 5 Year Old Cow - Sept. 1, 2005 - Aug. 31, 2006 SECTION 9 - LIMOUSIN14. Aged Cow - Born before Aug. 31, 2005 SECTION 10 - RED ANGUS15. Dry Cow - Born before Aug. 31, 2008 Premiums: 1st $30.00 - 2nd $25.00 - 3rd $20.00 -16. Senior Champion Female Each Breed - Rosette & $50.00 4th $17.00 - 5th - $15.00 Reserve Senior Champion Female Each Breed - Rosette17. Grand Champion Female All Breeds - Rosette CLASS: Reserve Grand Champion Female All Breeds - Rosette 1. Jr. Heifer Calf - Jan 1. and after 201118. Supreme All Breeds Champion - $100.00 2. Winter Heifer Calf - Nov. 1 to Dec. 31, 2010 Supreme Reserve All Breeds Champion - $50.00 3. Senior Heifer Calf - Sept. 1 to Oct. 31, 2010 4. Late Summer Yr. Heifer - July 1 to Aug. 31, 2010Premiums: 1st $30.00 - 2nd $25.00 - 3rd $20.00 5. Summer Yr. Heifer - May 1 to June 30, 2010 6. Spring Yr. Heifer - Mar. 1 to Apr. 30, 2010 f 33
  • 36. 7. Jr. Yr. Heifer - Jan. 1 to Feb. 28, 2010 SECTION 5 - HORNED DORSET 8. Sr. Yr. Heifer - Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, 2009 SECTION 6 - POLLED DORSET 9. 2 Yr. Old or Older Cow - Jan. 1 to Aug. 31, 2009 SECTION 7 - CHEVIOT10. Jr. Bull Calf - Jan. 1 and after 2011 SECTION 8 - SUFFOLK11. Winter Bull Calf - Nov. 1 to Dec. 31, 2010 SECTION 9 - COLUMBIA12. Sr. Bull Calf - Sept. 1 to Oct. 31, 201013. Late Summer Yr. Bull - July 1 to Aug. 31, 2010 SECTION 10 - HAMPSHIRE14. Summer Yr. Bull - May 1 to June 30, 2010 SECTION 11 - MERINO15. Spring Yr. Bull - Mar. 1 to Apr. 30, 2010 SECTION 12 - SOUTHDOWNS16. Jr. Yr. Bull - Jan. 1 to Feb. 28, 2010 SECTION 13 - MONTADALES17. Sr. Yr. Bull - Sept. to Dec. 31, 2009 SECTION 14 - POLYPAY18. 2 Yr. Old Bull - Jan. 1 to Aug. 31, 2009 SECTION 15 - TARGEE19. Pair of Bulls - Owned by Exhibitor SECTION 16 - COLORED20. Pair of Females - Owned by Exhibitor21. Pair of Yearlings - Bull from classes 4-13, 5-14, 6-15 & Premiums: 1st $12.00 - 2nd $10.00 - 3rd $8.00 - Female from classes 4, 5, 6 & 7 4th $6.00 - 5th $5.00 - 6th $4.0022. Pair of Calves - Bull from classes 10, 11, 12 & Female from CLASS: classes 1, 2 & 3 1. Yearling Ram - 1 year and under 2 years23. Cow & Calf - from class 1-7, 9 (cow) or 10-16 2. Ram Lamb - Under 1 year24. Produce of Dam - 2 animals from same Dam, any age 3. Pr. Ram Lambs - Under 1 year25. Get-of-Sire - 4 animals, both sexes represented, owned by 4. Yearling Ewe - 1 year and under 2 years Exhibitor 5. Pr. Yearling Ewes - 1 year and under 2 years26. Breed Champion Female $50.00 (1st place winner of all 6. Ewe Lamb - Under 1 year preceding female classes) 7. Pr. Ewe Lambs - Under 1 year Reserve Grand Champion (Remaining 1st place entries & GROUPS: 2nd place after Champion) 8. Pen of Lambs - consists of 2 Ram Lambs & 2 Ewe Lambs27. Supreme Champion Female $150.00 (Breed Champion born in the same year Females) 9. Best 3 Ewes from classes 5 & 728. Breed Champion Bull $50.00 (1st place winners of all 10. Breeders Young Flock - 1 Ram, 1 yr. or Ram Lamb; preceding bull classes) 2 Ewes, 1 yr. and under 2 yrs; 2 Ewes under 1 yr. Reserve Grand Champion Bull (Remaining 1st place 11. Get-of-Sire - 4 breeding animals, any age, sex, the get winners & 2nd place after champion) of 1 sire29. Supreme Champion Bull $150.00 (Breed Champion Bulls) Champion Ram - Rosette*Exhibitor limited to two (2) entries per class; 1 entry in groups. Champion Ewe - RosetteDo not make entry for classes 26–27–28 and 29 12. Breed Champions - $20.00 eachNo entry fee for classes 26–27–28 and 29. 13. Supreme Champion - $50.00 WOOL SHOW In addition to the general rules governing entries, exhibits and awards, the following rules apply specifically to the wool exhibit. This exhibit will be judged from the standard of Market Requirement for each breed. 1. All wool exhibited must be shown within the year shorn. 2. Exhibitors are limited to two (2) entries per class. 3. All fleeces entered in the show must have been grown on sheep owned by exhibitor and shown under his name. 4. All fleeces must be tied with paper twine. 5. Fair Board will not be responsible for returning or forwarding DEPARTMENT 3 fleeces at the conclusion of the Fair. All exhibitors must SHEEP claim fleeces at the close of the Fair. Dave Tomlinson, Supt. 330-358-2535 SECTION 17 - SHROPSHIRES Tim Matlock & Jay Campbell, Asst. Supt. SECTION 18 - OXFORDSEntries close August 9th SECTION 19 - RAMBOUILETT SECTION 20 - CORRIEDALESEntries limited to Pen Space. SECTION 21 - DORSETALL ANIMAL EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE A PASS. SECTION 22 - CHEVIOTEntry Fee 10% of First Premium. SECTION 23 - SUFFOLKAll livestock exhibited at owner’s risk. SECTION 24 - COLUMBIA*Exhibitor limited to two (2) entries per class; 1 entry in groups. SECTION 25 - HAMPSHIRE SECTION 26 - MERINO - TYPE C SECTION 1 - SHROPSHIRES SECTION 27 - SOUTHDOWNS SECTION 2 - OXFORDS SECTION 28 - MONTADALES SECTION 3 - RAMBOUILETT SECTION 29 - POLYPAY SECTION 4 - CORRIEDALES f 34
  • 37. SECTION 30 - TARGEE SECTION 2 - NUBIAN SECTION 31 - COLORED SECTION 3 - SAANENPremiums: 1st $5.00 - 2nd $3.00 - 3rd $2.00 SECTION 4 - AOP (all other purebreads Grand & Reserve Champion Fleece of Show - recognized by ADGA) Ribbon & Trophy Classes are as follows for each breed. SHEEP SHEARING CONTEST 1. Jr. Kid - born after April 1st of current year. 2. Intermediate Kid - born March 1st - March 31st of current Friday, August 26th at 6:30 P.M. year.Premiums - $200.00 provided by Randolph Fair to be divided 3. Senior Kid - born January 1st - February 28th of currentamong contestants. year.Trophy & Ribbon. 4. Dry Yearling - Does, not in milk, under 2 years of age. Jr. Champion - Rosette only /Eligibility open to any custom shearer. Res. Jr. Champion - Rosette only. – NO ENTRY FEE – 5. Yearling Milker - Does in milk under 2 years of age.Entries must be made by 6:00 P.M. contest date at the Arena. 6. Does 2 years old and under 3 years in milk. 7. Does 3 years old and under 5 years in milk.Outside if weather permits. 8. Does 5 years and older.Plan of contest - Contestants to compete in groups of four. Sr. Champion - Rosette only /Drop shaft shearing equipment will be furnished. Shearers must Reserve Sr. Champion - Rosette only.provide their own handpiece. Shearers may also use their own Grand Champion - $20.00 and ADGA Rosette.shearmaster. Res. Grand Champion - $10.00 and ADGA Rosette.Scoring will be as follows: Points 9. Champion Challenge (GCH to compete with animals of Time for shearing 20 CH or GCH designation on registration paper for Best Absence of cuts 15 of Breed – ADGA rosette for winner. Handling of sheep 15 Best Doe in Show - All Best of Breed winners to compete. Absence of secdan cuts in fleece 20 $40.00 and ADGA rosette. Condition of fleece 20 CLASS: Appearance of shorn sheep 10 10. Get of Sire: 3 animals out of the same sire. 100 11. Dam and Daughter. 12. Produce of Dam: 2 does, offspring of the same dam. 13. Best Herd: 4 animals from the same exhibitor, does not have to be bred by the exhibitor. 14. Best Udder: Animals to be judged on udder only. DEPARTMENT 4 DAIRY GOATS Barn Supt. – Kevin Wise Show Supt. – Brenda Wise Secretary – Wendy Herchek 330-325-3224 DEPARTMENT 5 SHOW DATE – August 23rd - 10:00 A.M. RABBITSEntries made to the fair indicates exhibitor agrees to abide by Kevin Wise, Supt. 330-325-3314all fair rules. This is an official ADGA show and ADGA rules Bill Patrick, Asst. Supt.shall govern. Lori Owens, Show SecretaryThe Junior and Senior shows are not separately sanctioned. Send entries to: Randolph Fair P.O. Box 213, Randolph,Base date for computing the age of the animal is the day of the OH 44265. Make checks payable to: PORTAGE COUNTYshow. RANDOLPH FAIR. ANY ENTRY RECEIVED WITHOUT ACCOMPANYING FEES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.Entries limited to (2) in each class. Breed entries limited to space available, specify where animalEach exhibitor must purchase an exhibitors ticket. is being cooped-open barn or 4-H barn. ONE DOE & LITTEREntry fee is 10% of first place premium for each class and AND ONE MEAT PEN PER FAMILY. Litters must be 6 weeksanimal. old at the start of the fair. Meat pens must be a recognized meatPens will be cleaned out three times during the week and kept breed. Other than doe & litter and meat pens, one rabbit will bepresentable to the public. housed in each coop.All registration papers must be shown to the Show Secretary Juniors must meet ARBA minimum requirements.the night before the show. A registration certificate is required Individual cages must be cleaned very other day or everyday atfor all animals 6 months of age or older. A stamped duplicate the discretion of the Fair Board. Exhibitors will be responsibleby ADGA will be accepted on animals under 6 months of age. for cleaning and the feeding of their exhibits.Pre-entries must be made as space is limited and will only be Doe and litter and the meat pens will be cleaned every day byaccepted until the barn is full. All entries will be closed August exhibitors.9th. SALE ANIMALS: Exhibitors may advertise their animalsPremiums: 1st $10.00 - 2nd $8.00 - 3rd $6.00 - 4th $5.00 - for sale after the Open show has been completed. Animals 5th $4.00 - 6th $3.00 that were disqualified, given an Unworthy of an Award or SECTION 1 - LAMANCHA excused for vicious behavior during the Open show may not f 35
  • 38. be sold by the owner. Animals showing any signs of disease Fifth Best Display, $7.50 Sixth Best Display, $5.00 Seventhmay not be sold and must be removed. Best Display, (Display to be calculated on Open Class pointsALL 4-H AND OPEN ENTRIES MUST BE IN BY AUGUST only) $25.00 Best Meat Pen, $7.00 Best Single Fryer, $7.00 Best9TH AT 8:00 P.M. Roaster, $7.00 Best Stewer, Best Normal White Fur $2.00, Best Colored Fur $2.00, Best of Breed $7.00 (over 8 competing),JUDGING - WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24TH - 9:00 A.M. Best Opp. Sex $5.00 (over 8 competing), Best of Breed $4.00,ENTRY FEES: $1.00 PER ANIMAL OPEN CLASS Best Opp. Sex $2.00 (less than 8 competing) $1.00 PER DOE & LITTER $6.00 Best Display in each breed having over 8 competing $1.00 PER MEAT PEN $3.00 Best Display in each breed having less than 8 competing. $1.00 PER MEAT CLASS (MUST BE $1.00 Best Variety ENTERED IN OPEN OR MEAT PEN) $ .50 Best Opp. of Variety $1.00 PER ANIMAL NORMAL FUR (MUST $2.00 Best Breed Fur BE ENTERED IN OPEN OR MEAT PEN) $1.00 PER ANIMAL BREED FUR (MUST BE ENTERED IN OPEN OR MEAT PEN)PREMIUM SCHEDULE: NO RIBBON AWARDSNO. IN CLASS 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH DEPARTMENT 6 1 2.00 DRAFT HORSES 2 2.20 1.80 Sharon Eldreth, Supt. 330-325-7493 3 2.40 2.00 1.60 Gwen Arnold, Asst. Supt. 4 2.60 2.20 1.80 1.40 Entry Fee 10% of First Premium. 5 2.80 2.40 2.00 1.60 1.20 6 3.00 2.60 2.20 1.80 1.40 Entries Close August 9th, at 8:00 p.m. Entries limited to space 7 3.20 2.80 2.40 2.00 1.60 available. 8 3.40 3.00 2.60 2.20 1.80 Premiums subject to the following rules: 9 3.60 3.20 2.80 2.40 2.00 Draft horses must have extra muscular development, good style 10 3.80 3.40 3.00 2.60 2.20 and size, good walk and must be useful for heavy draft purposes. 11 4.00 3.60 3.20 2.80 2.40 All stalled animals must remain on grounds until 8:00 P.M. 12 4.20 3.80 3.40 3.00 2.60 Sunday. 13 4.40 4.00 3.60 3.20 2.80 14 4.60 4.20 3.80 3.40 3.00 SECTION 1 - Draft Horse HALTER CLASS 15 4.80 4.40 4.00 3.60 3.20 Friday, August 26th, 2011 16 5.00 4.60 4.20 3.80 3.40 10:00 A.M.The above payback schedule applies to all classes including fur, Premiums: 1st $30.00 - 2nd $25.00 - 3rd $20.00 -fryer, stewer, roaster and meat pen. 4th $10.00 - 5th $5.00If checks are not ready on Sunday they will be mailed within CLASS:2 weeks! 1. Percheron Stallion - Colt under 1 yr. 2. Belgian Stallion - Colt under 1 yr.If Breeders want to sanction breeds they are required to fill out 3. Clydes/Shire Stallion - Colt under 1 yr.their own paperwork. 4. Friesian Stallion - Colt under 1 yr.SPECIAL MONEY FOR RABBITS: 5. Percheron Stallion - Between 1 & 2 yrs.$30.00 Best in Show, $15.00 Best commercial, $15.00 Best 6. Belgian Stallion - Between 1 & 2 yrs.Fancy, $30.00 Best Display, $20.00 Second Best Display, 7. Clydes/Shire Stallion - Between 1 & 2 yrs.$15.00 Third Best Display, $12.50 Fourth Best Display, $10.00 8. Friesian Stallion - Between 1 & 2 yrs. 9. Percheron Stallion - Between 2 & 3 yrs. 10. Belgian Stallion - Between 2 & 3 yrs. Power From The Past! 11. Clydes/Shire Stallion - Between 2 & 3 yrs.ANTIQUE POWER SHOW DISPLAY 12. Friesian Stallion - Between 2 & 3 yrs. 13. Percheron Stallion - Between 3 & 4 yrs. 14. Belgian Stallion - Between 3 & 4 yrs. 15. Clydes/Shire Stallion - Between 3 & 4 yrs. 16. Friesian Stallion - Between 3 & 4 yrs. Equipment 17. Percheron Stallion - 4 yrs. & over Manufactured “FREE” 18. Belgian Stallion - 4 yrs. & over Before 19. Clydes/Shire Stallion - 4 yrs. & over DISPLAY 20. Friesian Stallion - 4 yrs. & over 1960 21. Percheron - Get-of-Sire 22. Belgian - Get-of-Sire Featuring: FARMALL 23. Clydes/Shire - Get-of-Sire 24. Friesian - Get-of-Sire For Display Purposes, Entries or Information, Call Rosette & Premium: Champion Percheron Stallion - $30.00 Supt. Carl Rufener Jr. 330-628-1689 Reserve Percheron Stallion - $20.00 Champion Belgian Stallion - $30.00 Asst. Dan Rodenbucher 330-325-2977 Reserve Belgian Stallion - 20.00 Ray Ebie 330-947-2976 Champion Clydes/Shire Stallion - $30.00 f 36
  • 39. Reserve Clydes/Shire Stallion - $20.00 DALLAS ARNOLD MEMORIAL ROTATING TROPHY Champion Friesian Stallion - $30.00 WILL BE PRESENTED TO THE CHAMPION OF Reserve Friesian Stallion - $20.00 CHAMPIONS.25. Percheron Mare - Colt under 1 yr. SECTION 2 - Draft Horse & Draft Pony HITCH CLASS26. Belgian Mare - Colt under 1 yr. Friday, August 26th, 201127. Clydes/Shire Mare - Colt under 1 yr. 12:30 P.M.28. Friesian Mare - Colt under 1 yr. Premiums: Draft Horse Hitch: 1st $100.00 - 2nd $75.00 -29. Percheron Mare - Between 1 & 2 yrs. 3rd $50.00 - 4th $25.00 - 5th $15.0030. Belgian Mare - Between 1 & 2 yrs. Draft Pony Hitch: 1st $60.00 - 2nd $50.00 - 3rd $40.00 -31. Clydes/Shire Mare - Between 1 & 2 yrs. 4th $30.00 - 5th $20.0032. Friesian Mare - Between 1 & 2 yrs.33. Percheron Mare - Between 2 & 3 yrs. CLASS:34. Belgian Mare - Between 2 & 3 yrs. 1. Farm Hitch Class ***Stalled animals only***35. Clydes/Shire Mare - Between 2 & 3 yrs. 2. Pony Single Hitch Ladies - 46" to 52"36. Friesian Mare - Between 2 & 3 yrs. 3. Horse Single Hitch - Ladies37. Percheron Mare - Between 3 & 4 yrs. 4. Pony Single Hitch Ladies - 52" to 56"38. Belgian Mare - Between 3 & 4 yrs. 5. Pony Single Hitch Men - 46" to 52"39. Clydes/Shire - Between 3 & 4 yrs. 6. Horse Single Hitch - Men40. Friesian Mare - Between 3 & 4 yrs. 7. Pony Single Hitch Men - 52" to 56"41. Percheron Mare - 4 yrs. & over 8. Pony Tandem Hitch - 46" to 52"42. Belgian Mare - 4 yrs. & over 9. Horse Tandem Hitch43. Clydes/Shire - 4 yrs. & over 10. Pony Tandem Hitch - 52" to 56"44. Friesian Mare - 4 yrs. & over 11. Pony Team Hitch - 46" to 52"45. Percheron Mare w/colt by side 12. Horse Team Hitch46. Belgian mare w/colt by side 13. Pony Team Hitch - 52" to 56"47. Clydes/Shire Mare w/colt by side 14. Horse Unicorn Hitch48. Friesian Mare w/colt by side 15. Pony Unicorn Hitch - 56" & under49. Percheron Mare - Produce of Dam 16. 4 Horse Hitch50. Belgian Mare - Produce of Dam 17. 4 Pony Hitch51. Clydes/Shire Mare - Produce of Dam 18. Draft Under Saddle (Western) Walk-Trot ***52. Friesian Mare - Produce of Dam 19. Draft Under Saddle (English) Walk-Trot ***Rosette & Premium: Champion Percheron Mare - $30.00 *** Premium for Class 1, 18, and 19 are as follows: Reserve Percheron Mare - $20.00 1st $50.00 - 2nd $40.00 - 3rd $30.00 - 4th $25.00 - 5th $15.00 Champion Belgian Mare - $30.00 Draft Horse & Pony hitch can come in and out the same day Reserve Belgian Mare - $20.00 (show & go). Champion Clydes/Shire Mare - $30.00 No stall space available. Reserve Clydes/Shire Mare - $20.00 Champion Friesian Mare - $30.00 Draft Horse Halter animals must be stalled on the grounds for Reserve Friesian Mare - $20.00 the entire Fair dates.53. Percheron Gelding - Between 1 & 2 yrs. Premiums to be given out by Supt. on Sunday, or they will be54. Belgian Gelding - Between 1 & 2 yrs. mailed.55. Clydes/Shire Gelding - Between 1 & 2 yrs. For additional information, please contact:56. Friesian Gelding - Between 1 & 2 yrs. Sharon Eldreth - 330-606-5779 or57. Percheron Gelding - Between 2 & 3 yrs. Gwen Arnold - 330-678-407858. Belgian Gelding - Between 2 & 3 yrs. PLEASE NOTE: All Exhibitors - When making pre-entries,59. Clydes/Shire Gelding - Between 2 & 3 yrs. please refer to this show program for all class numbers.60. Friesian Gelding - Between 2 & 3 yrs. Thank You.61. Percheron Gelding - Between 3 & 4 yrs.62. Belgian Gelding - Between 3 & 4 yrs. SHOW MAY BE CANCELLED IN CASE OF63. Clydes/Shire Gelding - Between 3 & 4 yrs. INCLEMENT WEATHER.64. Friesian Gelding - Between 3 & 4 yrs. PLEASE CALL 330-606-5779 TO CONFIRM.65. Percheron Gelding - 4 yrs. & over66. Belgian Gelding - 4 yrs. & over67. Clydes/Shire Gelding - 4 yrs. & over68. Friesian Gelding - 4 yrs. & overRosette & Premium: Champion Percheron Gelding - $30.00 Reserve Percheron Gelding - $20.00 Champion Belgian Gelding - $30.00 Reserve Belgian Gelding - $20.00 Champion Clydes/Shire Gelding - $30.00 Reserve Clydes/Shire Gelding - $20.00 Champion Friesian Gelding - $30.00 Reserve Friesian Gelding - $20.00Rosette: All Breeds - Champion of Champions - $100.00 Reserve Champion of Champions - $50.00 f 37
  • 40. PORTAGE COUNTY JUNIOR FAIR DEPARTMENT GENERAL INFORMATION 4-H1. Any 4-H club member is eligible in this department, provided space is available and they meet the requirements established by the Fair Board for Jr. Fair exhibition/ participation. Individual advance entries are needed (before April 15) for all projects. Entries must be made through 4-H Advisors. Club entries are made by the Advisor for all “non- animal” projects. The Small Animal Committee Thanks All2. In order to receive credit for completion of a project, a Our Devoted Sponsors Who Have Donated member must meet requirements set up by the County 4-H Advisory Committee. Their Time and Talent, Sponsored3. All individual 4-H projects (except live animals) will be Banners, Trophies and Supplies. judged prior to the Fair.4. Exhibits in this department will be subject to the requirements established by the Fair Board regarding time in place and Sponsors time of release; the Portage County Randolph Fair Jr. Fair Code of Conduct, and the residency requirement for Jr. Fair LAUREL LAKE FOUNDATION participants. 14-76 AUTO EXCHANGE LTD.5. Exhibitors in this department are expected to adhere 4-H BENEFIT COMMITTEE to the highest degree of sportsmanship, fair play and friendly competition consistent to the standards of Ohio CHRIS BORING INSURANCE SALES 4-H. BRECHBUHLER SCALES, INC.6. Overnight passes will be given by the Extension Office to CAMPER CARE Advisors for all members staying overnight in approved 4-H CHARLIE & JOYCE CROSS housing areas. An overnight pass with parent’s permission CLEM’S CUSTOM LASER ENGRAVED MEMORIES and signature of adult responsible for member on the Fairgrounds, MUST be in possession of the 4-H member at DILLON AUTO all times. DILLON REALTY7. Neither the Portage County Agricultural Society nor the BILL DUNFEE Ohio State University Extension will be responsible for any REX EBIE article stolen nor any injury sustained during the Fair. GARDNER FAMILY8. All 4-H junior fair exhibitors should refer to the Portage RICH GARDNER County Randolph Junior Fair individual species rules for more specific information and deadlines. All 4-H Jr. Fair JS DRYWALL food animal exhibitors MUST complete the required Quality DAVE & DIANE KENNEDY Assurance Training and Horse Safety Ethics requirements KIKO AUCTIONEERS prior to the June 1st deadline. MIKE’S PLACE NESTLE’S OWEN FAMILY PARK FARMS PAWS ‘N CLAWS PETTIGREW FEED & HARDWARE PORTAGE COUNTY RABBIT ASSOCIATION PORTAGE FROSTED FOODS RANDOLPH FAIR BOARD RICH THE PLUMBER RIGGENBACH REALTY MARIANNE RIGGENBACH NICOLE ROSE STAHL’S FARM MARKET INC. STORER’S 4-H Landscaping Contest - 1st Place Winner KEVIN WISE Paws and Claws ALL BUYERS FOR THE SMALL ANIMAL AUCTION Judge - Phylis Battaglia of 4-H PARENTS Battaglias Garden Center, Ravenna f 38
  • 41. DEPARTMENT 7 DEPARTMENT 8 AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION & FFA COUNTY SCHOOLS Superintendents: Ben Campbell, 1. 1. The work to be exhibited will be that Southeast FFA which was completed by the pupils Michelle McPherson, Jon Hall, themselves during the school year 2010-2011. Maplewood Career Center 2. Tables, decorations, garmets and other equipment used in arranging displays must be furnished by exhibitor.RULES: 3. The work exhibited must be the original work of the 1. Non-Livestock Agricultural Education entries are open to pupils. all Portage County FFA members under 21 yrs. of age. 4. Each booth must contain a suitable card giving the name of These will be graded on Tuesday morning. the school, prominently displayed. 2. FFA Livestock will be judged with 4-H, all considered 5. Each exhibit will receive – $50.00 Junior Fair. Junior Fair Livestock Classes are open to 4-H members and to FFA members who have not passed their Cash awards will also be paid for - 1st place - $25.00 19th birthday on January 1 of the current year. 2nd place - $15.00 3. Any exhibitor may enter the open class Livestock Classes Standards for Judging Schools Booths: by payment of the regular entry fee. 1. Excellence of work displayed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 points 4. All entries must be from agricultural education projects 2. Originality of work displayed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 points being carried as part of the school work. 3. Attractiveness of display booth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 points 5. All cattle must be free from Bangs Disease and Tuberculosis. 4. Degree of representation of the schools grade levels Health certificates must be shown. (should strive for work from all levels) . . . . . . . . . 10 points 6. Animals must be registered in the name of the exhibitor. 5. Degree of representation of subject matter . . . . . . 10 points 7. Transportation to be arranged by the exhibitor. Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 pointsPremiums will be paid to all worthwhile exhibits. Participating School Bands $150.00 PREMIUMS SECTION 1. - CropsCLASS: 1. Grain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2.00 $1.50 $1.00 DEPARTMENT 9 2. Garden exhibit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2.00 $1.50 $1.00 3. Alfalfa Hay - 6 in. slice . . . . . . . . . .$2.00 $1.50 $1.00 CAREER CLUB OR 4. Alfalfa Mixture - 6 in. slice . . . . . . .$2.00 $1.50 $1.00 5. Mixed Hay - 6 in. slice. . . . . . . . . . .$2.00 $1.50 $1.00 YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS 6. Agronomy - Weed Mount CHURCHES & SCOUTS Collections & Identifications . . . .$2.00 $1.50 $1.00 7. Ensilage-suitable exhibit . . . . . . . . .$2.00 $1.50 $1.00 For each worthwhile booth display . . . . . . . . . . . . $25.00 SECTION 2. - Individual Improvement Projects PLEASE NOTE: So that space can be provided, pleaseCLASS: 1. Suitable display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4.50 $3.00 $2.00 contact the Fair Secretary – 330 -325 -7476. SECTION 3. - Agricultural Engineering TechnologyCLASS: 1. Suitable exhibit constructed or performed under teacher supervision . . . . . .$4.50 $3.00 $2.00 DEPARTMENT 10 Woodworking; Welding; Soldering; Pipefitting; Small 2010 PORTAGE COUNTY RANDOLPH FAIR Engine Multi Cylinder Engine Display; Electrification; Energy Conservation; Miscellaneous Displays. MINIATURE HORSE FUN SHOW 2. Research projects: Individual Tracey Koszalka, Supt. 330-673-4109 or group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4.50 $3.00 $2.00 Pam Holloway, Asst. Supt. 330-297-7479 SECTION 4. - Suitable Group Display Drive in day of show (no stalls available)CLASS 1: Large Group (6 and Over) .$20.00 $15.00 $10.00 A (34" & Under) B (over 34" – 38")CLASS 2: Small Group (up to 5) . . . .$10.00 $7.50 $5.00 Woodworking; Welding; Soldering; Pipefitting; Small A.M.H.R. Rules Apply Engine Multi Cylinder Engine Display; Electrification; Thursday, August 26, 2010 at 8:30 A.M. Energy Conservation; Equipment Repair & Painting; Miscellaneous Displays. A.M.H.R. Judge: To Be Determined Location: Draft Horse Ring Enter East Gate on Fairground Rd. Rain or Shine Ribbons and payback in all classes. Grand Champion classes receive ribbon and trophy. f 39
  • 42. Premiums: 1st $20.00 - 2nd $12.00 - 3rd $9.00 - 33. Adult Country Pleasure Driving (A & B) – No cross 4th $6.00 - 5th $4.00 entering in pleasure classes Premiums to be mailed after fair ends. 34. Youth Western Country Pleasure Driving (A&B) – No cross entering in pleasure classes Entry Fee $5.00 per class plus $2.00 office fee per horse. 35. Adult Western Country Pleasure Driving (A&B) No entry fees in Grand Champion classes. No cross entering in pleasure classes Pre-registration is encouraged or you may enter the day of the 36. Open Light Harness (A&B) Team or Tandum show beginning at 7:30 a.m. 37. Open Draft Single (A&B) No stallions shown by youth under 13 years of age. 38. Open Draft (A&B) Team or Tandum 39. Youth Jumping A & B (horse must be at least three Long sleeves and boots required. years old) Liability Release must be signed. 40. Adult Jumping A & B (horse must be at least three Youth is 17 years and under. Adult is 18 and over. years old) 41. Open Liberty – Horse must be at least one year old For information call Dan or Linda Wise 330-947-4201 (Must have music on CD) Note: All miniature horses participating in 4-H are welcome and must remain on the grounds until 8:00 p.m. Sunday. 1. Youth Showmanship 2. Adult Showmanship DEPARTMENT 11 3. Current Year Foal “Weaned” any sex (1st & 2nd qualifies HORSE PULLING CONTEST for Mare, Stallion or Gelding championship) James May, Supt. 4. Youth JR Mare (1 & 2 Year olds) Don Garretson, Asst. Supt. 5. Adult JR Mare (1 & 2 Year olds) Saturday, August 27th, 2:00 P.M. 6. Youth SR Mare (3 yr & older) A 7. Adult SR Mare (3 yr & older) A Premiums Offered - $2630.00 8. Youth SR Mare (3 yr & older) B 1. Light Draft, 3300 lbs. or under 9. Adult SR Mare (3 yr & older) B $250 - $225 - $200 - $175 - $150 - $125 - $100 - $90 GRAND CHAMPION MARE Trophy and Rosette 2. Heavy Draft, over 3300 lbs. $250 - $225 - $200 - $175 - $150 - $125 - $100 - $9010. Multi Color Mare (Limited to Pinto and Appaloosa)11. Solid Color Mare (Open to all other colors) 1. Entries are open to exhibitors from any county extending the12. JR Stallion (1 & 2 year olds) same courtesy to Portage County.13. SR Stallion (3 yr & older) A Entry fee shall be $10.00.14. SR Stallion (3 yr & older) B 2. Entries close at pulling time. 3. Teams will be divided into 2 classes: Light Draft, 3300 lbs. GRAND CHAMPION STALLION Trophy and Rosette or under; and Heavy Draft, those over 3300 lbs.15. Multi Color Stallion & Gelding (Limited to Pinto 4. The Association will furnish stone boat or sled and iron. and Appaloosa) 5. Teams must be weighed at place designated by Department16. Solid Color Stallion & Gelding (Open to all other colors) Head. Official weight slip from another pull for this date17. Youth JR Gelding (1 & 2 year olds) will be accepted.18. Adult JR Gelding (1 & 2 year olds) 6. The official pull or distance shall be continuous forward19. Youth SR Gelding (3 yr & older) A movement for 27ft. A team shall be given a total of three20. Adult SR Gelding (3 yr & older) A trials to move any load the full distance.21. Youth SR Gelding (3 yr & older) B 7. In case two or more teams fail to pull the set load the full22. Adult SR Gelding (3 yr & older) B distance, the teams may be placed in the order of the actual GRAND CHAMPION GELDING Trophy and Rosette distance pulled. SUPREME HALTER M,S,G Trophy and Rosette 8. Whipping is forbidden, and the carrying of a whip, undue use of lines, profanity, or shouting is prohibited.23. Lead Line (Rider to be 8 years and under) 9. Method determining winners and all controversies to be24. Pee Wee Halter (8 years and under) settled by the committee in charge.25. Mentally and Physically challenged A & B (Open to 10. Harness and double trees must be furnished by the contestant. all ages) 11. All teams must be properly handled and under control at all26. Pretty Face (horse to wear blanket or sheet and will be times. A stopwatch will be used and a two minute time limit judged on face only) to hook to sled and two minute time limit between second27. Open Costume and third pull.28. Youth Halter Obstacle 12. Drivers will be allowed two helpers in hitching, but the29. Adult Halter Obstacle driver and helpers must stay behind the hooking point on30. Youth Open Pleasure Driving (A & B) – No cross entering the sled or the pull in progress will be disqualified. in class 32 13. Horses may be tested anytime. Violators will lose premium31. Adult Open Pleasure Driving (A & B) – No cross entering and be excluded in future contests. in class 3332. Youth Country Pleasure Driving (A & B) – No cross entering in pleasure classes f 40
  • 43. DEPARTMENT 13 10. Only the driver shall be allowed on tractor while trial is being made. Driver must stay in seat. Tractor must be under OSTPA - LEVEL B control at all times. TRACTOR & TRUCK PULLS 11. Each contestant must hitch to a stationary draw-bar or stabilized bar. Raising or lowering of draw bar will disqualify Ernie Rufener, Supt. 330-628-4190 tractor and driver immediately. 12. Each contestant must furnish his own clevis. Clevis must Thursday, August 25th, 7:00 P.M. be bolted clevis. Height not to exceed 20 in. Hole in clevis 1. 2 Wheel Drive – 6200# must be at least 3-1/2 inches or larger. 2. Modified Tractor Class 7500# 13. Measurement will be from top of clevis or top of bolt 3. Pro Stock Semi whichever is the highest. No axle hitching. 4. Super Farm 14. All tractors must remain intact. No exterior motor modification. 15. Use of fluid in tires is permitted. All weights added must be bolted or welded, no chains, must be regulation manufactured equipment or its equivalent wheel and frame DEPARTMENT 14 weights. Any weights falling off tractor means automatic ERA WESTERN STYLE disqualification. 16. Any driver wanting to change gears or rearrange weights TRACTOR & TRUCK PULLS may do so in the 100 ft. trial and error zone. Ernie Rufener, Supt. 330-628-4190 17. Boundaries will be plainly marked and tractors and sled Asst. Supt. - James May, Carl Rufener, Jr. must stay within these limits while trial is being made. Fred Fear, Dave Tomlinson, Don Nething Failure to do so will nullify the trial. Asst. Track Supt. - Don Garretson Jr. 18. Maximum size turbo charger is 3" in & 3" out. No down draft carburetors. Electric fuel pumps permitted.Premiums: 1st $300.00 & Trophy - 2nd $200.00 - 19. If tractor has any changes from factory, it must have 3rd $150.00 - 4th $120.00 - 5th $100.00 - ALL SAFETY EQUIPMENT, ie: blankets, side shields, 6th $80.00 - 7th $60.00 - 8th $40.00 - fenders, wheelie bars, kill switch, helmet and return 9th $30.00 - 10th $20.00 spring on throttle plate. THIS IS ORDER OF PULL 20. The Committee shall have full power to decide all questions Friday, August 26th, 7:00 P.M. arising in connection with the contest subject to the rules SECTION 1 and Administrations as provided. In any event not coveredCLASS by the rules, the Committee shall have full power to decide 1. 9300# Modified Farm Stock Entry Fee: $20.00 in a manner that is fairest to the majority. 2. 7500# Modified Farm Stock (Non-Turbo) 21. The Committee shall determine the winners and shall award Entry Fee: $20.00 prizes in accordance with the rule. 3. 7700# Division 5 Entry Fee: $20.00 22. Failure to comply with the directions of the Committee shall 4. 10500# Farm Stock Entry Fee: $20.00 result in immediate disqualification of the contestant. 5. 4 Wheel Drive Diesel Pick Up Class Entry Fee: $20.00 23. The Portage County Agriculture Society will not be responsible for accidents or damages to tractors, drivers orYou may enter two classes per tractor. spectators.Scales will be open for weighing at 6:00 P.M. All tractors must IN CASE OF SOFT TRACK, PULLweigh in the day of their class and official driver must be in the WILL BE CANCELLED.seat of the tractor at weigh-in.1 Driver and 1 Helper per tractor permitted thru admission gatefree.FOR EVERYONE’S SAFETY ALL MUST REMAIN INTHE BLEACHERS EXCEPT DRIVERS. NON TURBO MODIFIED STOCK 1. Tractor must not be left running unattended. TRACTOR RULES 2. 1st pulling tractor has option to come back and pull again in 1. Weight class is 7500 pounds. 3rd position. 2. All weights must be securely fastened to tractor. No weights 3. Only one driver per tractor per class. permitted on seat or deck, any weights or external parts lost 4. No speed limit in any class. while under green flag will be cause for disqualification of 5. Open to anyone 14 or older that is capable of driving a the pull. tractor. 3. All tractors must be equipped with both rear brakes working. 6. Numbers to be drawn at random. Class entries to close 10 4. Modified stock classes are open to naturally aspirated minutes before class starts. engine only. Tractors must have rubber tires, no dual 7. Only tractors on rubber are eligible. No caterpillar tractors, wheels, studs, or chains with all power being transmitted four wheel drive tractors, home made tractors, steel wheels, through rear wheels. Cut tires are permitted. All factory or dual wheels or tire chains may be entered. positioned wheels must be in place. 8. Contestants will be given one trial to move any load the 5. No R.P.M. Limit. furthest distance possible without spinning tires or stalling 6. Tractor motor, Transmission and rear end must conform out. to each other and must be in the stock location. Block 9. Start to be made with a tight chain. Length of chain to be and cylinder head must be O.E.M. for make and model of 4 ft. minimum. tractor. f 41
  • 44. 7. Clutch housing, transmission case, rear end housing, and 22. Non-cast structure steel or aluminum form back axle axle housing must be O.E.M. for make and model of tractor. housing to front frame that will support the tractor. 8. Minimum drawbar length is 18 inches from the center of 23. The Board of Directors may entertain additional weight rear axle to point of hook up. Drawbar must be stationary variances and the addition of other tractor types to the class. in all directions. Maximum height is 20 inches from top of hitching device parallel to the ground. Any verticle clevis will be measured to center of loop. No bracing above center of rear axle. 9. Drawbar must be equipped with steel hitching device with CENTRAL OHIO TRACTOR thickness no less than 1-inch square or 1-1/8 inch round PULLERS ASSOCIATION stock and no more than 1-1/2 inch square or round stock. DIVISION 5 CLASSIC SUPER STOCK A 3-inch wide by 3-1/2 inch long hole is required. A cross- sectional thickness of 1 square inch minimum must be 2009/2012 RULES maintained at any given point of hitch loop. WEIGHT: 7700#10. Tire size will be 18.4 - 38 inches maximum. AGE OF TRACTOR: 1970 and older but including total run11. Diesel can use any fuel system. Gasoline powered tractors of that model. must use only one updraft carburetor. Tractors must use fuel that engine was designed for. No alcohol fuel allowed. AGE OF DRIVER: 18 years or older Electric fuel pumps are permitted. Engine must use O.E.M. FUEL: Diesel fuel only, no pressurized fuel tanks. manifolds. No fuel injection of any type, except for diesel TIRES: 18.4 x 38 maximum radials allowed engines. Carburetor flange will be no more than 1 inch from stock length. No water injection. No overhead cams. All CYLINDER BLOCK OR CRANK CASE: Must be from the propane tractors should have only one regulator. same manufacturer. All up graded Blocks must be approved by12. All tractors must have all safety equipment, (I.E. side the committee. Examples: IH 68 series 466, JD 40 series 466, shields from top of block extend 2 inches below center JD 5010 & 5020 must run 531 block, AC 426, Case 504, Ford throw of crankshaft, must be 1/8 inch steel or aluminum). 478, MM 504, Oliver 478 and others to be approved by the Must have fenders, kill switch and return spring on throttle committee ALL ENGINES MUST BE 531 CUBIC INCHES plate. OR SMALLER. All tractors that hook 3 or more times in one13. Maximum length from center of rear wheel to forward most season must have a cubic inch, turbo, and Safety inspection. portion of tractor is 13 feet. Maximum wheelbase is not to HEADS: Must be from same manufacturer and must bolt exceed 114 inches. in stock location without modification. No over head cams14. Officials may order driver/owner to remove shields for allowed. inspection. The driver/owner will be present at inspection. DRAW BAR: Draw bars must not exceed 20 inches in height or A closed inspection will be honored. less than 18 inches from center of axle to hooking point. No part15. Power shift and clutch update are okay, if no modifications of draw bar may extend rearward beyond point of hook. Draw are made to chassis. Any tractor in question of being legal bars must be stationary in all directions. No clevis. will be ruled on by the rules committee and board of HOOD, GRILL, FRAME, TRANSMISSION, REAR END, directors. AXLE: Must be for that make and model and must maintain16. Full-face helmets, Fire suits and Leather shoes are required. stock appearance and dimension, front ends may be homemade17. Cubic inch limit for all makes and models is 680 cubic but must maintain stock appearing wheelbase. Frames may be inches with unlimited rpm. altered to except upgraded blocks. No cast iron engine frames. a. Engines from 681 to 850 cubic inches will have to adhere to the NATPA div. 5 rules. TOTAL LENGTH OF TRACTOR: Maximum length 12 b. A protest rule will be in place for these classes. from center of rear axle to the furthest point forward, including A fee (tear down money) of $500.00 cash must be weights. posted by the protestor(s) at the event. The burden of SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Helmet, Fire Suit, Wheelie bars, Roll proof of the legality of the tractor in question is placed cages, kill switches, fire extinguishers, fenders, side shields, SFI on the vehicle’s owner. flywheels and pressure plates, scatter blanket or steel shields,18. Wheelie bar specifications: no steel fans, all electric fuel pumps must be wired to the kill a. Maximum height from ground 10 inches. switch. Wide front axles. No cast iron engine frames. (ladder b. Maximum length 32 inches from center of axle to back bars are recommended). of wheelie bar. INJECTOR PUMPS: P - pump maximum, one plunger per c. 5-inch square plate on bottom of wheelie bar. cylinder. No computerized fuel systems allowed. The Committee d. Must no be attached to the hitching devices. will monitor the new pump rule and may make changes to level e. A random check can be made where the tractor is jacked the playing field as they deem necessary. up using the wheelie bar. The wheelie bar must hold the weight of the class the tractor is pulling. MANIFOLDS: No inner coolers, no after coolers. OEM stock19. Non-cast flywheels are required. Must have a 3/8 inch plate intake and exhaust manifolds for that series engine, alteration around the whole bell housing or a 5 strap blanket required. for turbo mounting allowed. Any steel shrouding must be fastened by 3/8 inch Grade 5 TURBO, ONE ONLY: One single stage turbo allowed. Turbo bolts and nuts or better with a maximum spacing of 6 inches. must not extend through hood.20. A maximum 1-1/2 inch spacer between the intake manifold A. Exhaust bolt pattern no larger than 2.750 in x 3.250 in. and the head will be permitted.21. Special Exceptions: Allis Chalmers D19 tractors may move B. No altering of a housing to accommodate a smaller base; the intake flange 2 inches towards the center. e.g. T-18A95 with a smaller base welded to it. No external altering of housings. Compressor housing must be 3LM style with 2" OD outlet. f 42
  • 45. C. A compressor measurement to be measured at the face of Twin Cycle: 1st $40.00 - 2nd $30.00 - 3rd $20.00 the wheel inlet of a maximum of 2.7 in. The wheel may 4th $10.00 - 5th $5.00 be no larger than this measurement at the inlet. Tips of LAWN STOCK (Portage Co. Only): % of Entry Fee wheel must protrude into opening at least 1/8". No slots or grooves. A maximum of 2 in. OD at the outlet. Memberships: 1. Competing - $20.00 + insurance fee, Non-competing -D. An exhaust measurement to be measured at the face of the $10.00 + insurance fee wheel outlet of a maximum of 3 in. The wheel may be no larger than this measurement at the outlet. Hook $5.00 member $10.00 non-member ALL RULES WILL BE INTERPRETED BY Competing members or non-competing members receive no THE DIV 5 COMMITTEE. points. Both competing and non-competing members may ANY UNFORESEEN PROBLEMS OR OVERSIGHTS pull for a $5.00 entry fee. WILL BE RULED ON BY THE COMMITTEE. Entry fees for non-members will be $5.00 in the Turf Tire ALL COATPA GENERAL RULES APPLY. class and $7.00 in the Super Stock class. Chairman, Joe Cronkleton 937-355-5251 2. A contestant must be a member of the organization prior to Assistant Chairman, Dave Seck 330-627-2710 the day of a pull to receive points for that pull and remaining pulls. 3. Driver of tractor must be competing member for the tractor to receive points. 4. ALL JUDGES DECISIONS ARE FINAL. STREET STOCK DIESEL 4X4 8,000 LBS. 5. Drivers must be 10 years of age or older. 1. A technical safety inspection required before pull. For more information call: Dave Tomlinson 330-351-0470. 2. Must be state licensed and insurance card. 3. STREET DIESEL MUST BE DRIVEN IN. 4. All electronic tuners, lap tops, data loggers allowed. 5. Tires must be DOT 35-12.50 limit. DEPARTMENT 15 6. Duals allowed. No over sized dual tires. 7. Turbo limit factory. OHIO STATE TRACTOR 8. Fuel nothing allowed other than #2 fuel only. PULLERS ASSN., INC. 9. Hanging weights allowed. Must be secure. LEVEL B –10. Weights will be no more than 60" from center of front axle. TRACTOR & TRUCK PULLS11. No weights in cab. Pay back $2500.0012. Suspension traction bars, blocks, 2" of travel, straps, air Per Class Plus Points bags, ect are allowed.13. No solid suspension. Supt. Ernie Rufener14. Exhaust must exit behind cab any diameter. Sponsored by OSTPA15. Reese style hitch, no trick hitches, no vertical hitches, 3-1/2" Saturday, August 27th - 7:00 P.M. opening to allow sled hook. 26" hitch height. Classes:16. Driver who fails to hold position in line will forfeit his pull. 1. Super Modified Four Wheel Drive 6200#17. All decisions of officials are FINAL!!! 2. Super Stock Class only 8300#18. No riders. 3. Pro Stock Class 10,000#19. Randolph Fair not responsible for accidents or damage to equipment. GARDEN TRACTOR PULLS Supt. Dave Tomlinson Asst. Supt. Tim Wise Sponsored by Tri-County Mini Pullers, Inc. Saturday August 27th - 9:00 A.M. SHARPClasses: 1,000# Super Stock 1,000# Modified Stock 1,000# Twin Cylinder 1,000# Lawn Stock (Portage Co. Only)Super Stock: 1st $50.00 - 2nd $40.00 - 3rd $30.00 4th $20.00 - 5th $10.00Modified Stock: 1st $40.00 - 2nd $30.00 - 3rd $20.00 4th $10.00 - 5th $5.00 f 43
  • 46. DEPARTMENT 16 SECTION 4 - GRAPES FRUITS CLASS: (5 bunches) 1. Any Blue Variety 5. Collection, 5 or more Don May - Supt. 330-325-1117 2. Any White Variety varieties (one variety on Asst. Judy Knapp 3. Any Red Variety each plate, label varieties)Buildings open at 10:00 A.M. and close at 11:00 P.M. Every 4. Any Seedless Variety 1st $5.00 - 2nd $3.00article in this department must be entered in the name of the SECTION 5 - PEACHESproducer or grower of it, or the premiums will be forfeited tothe Society. All exhibits must remain until 8:00 P.M. Sunday. CLASS: (5 on a plate) 1st $4.00 - 2nd $2.00 1. Coral Star 6. Any Other Yellow (Identify Variety) - NO ENTRY FEE - 2. Red Kist 7. Any Other White (Identify Variety)Premiums: 1st $2.00 & Blue Ribbon; 2nd $1.50 & Red 3. Red Haven 8. Any Other Red (Identify Variety) Ribbon, unless otherwise listed next to article. 4. Glohaven 9. Heaviest Peach (Identify Variety) SECTION 1 - APPLES 5. Belle of GeorgiaCLASS: (5 on a plate) SECTION 6 - NECTARINES 1. Baldwins 19. Melrose CLASS: (6 on a plate) 2. Braeburn 20. Mollies Delicious 1. Any Variety 3. Cortland 21. Mutsu SECTION 7 - QUINCES 4. Crab Apple 22. Northern Spy CLASS: (6 on a plate) 5. Empire 23. Paula Red 1. Any Variety 6. Fuji 24. Rambo 7. Gala 25. Red Delicious SECTION 8 - FIGS 8. Ginger Gold 26. Red Rome CLASS: (6 on a plate) 9. Golden Delicious 27. Smoothie 1. Any Variety 10. Granny Smith 28. Spigold SECTION 9 - NUTS 11. Grimes Golden 29. Stayman CLASS: (1 doz.) 12. Holiday 30. Any Other Variety 1. Black Walnuts 4. Chestnuts 13. Honeycrisp 31. Oddities 2. English Walnuts 6. Hazelnut 14. Idared 32. Any new varieties 3. White Walnuts 7. Hickory 15. Jonagold (Identify Variety) (Butternuts) 8. Any Variety (Identify) 16. Jonathan (less than 5 years on 17. Lodi nursery market) 50. Best variety display of nuts with leaves, arranged and 18. McInstoch labeled on poster board. 50. Heaviest Apple - 1st $2.50, 2nd $1.50 Premiums: 1st $5.00 - 2nd $3.00 - 3rd $2.00 51. Best Classic (Antique) Varieties - 5 on plate - SECTION 10 - PLUMS 5 varieties, label each variety - 1st $5.00, 2nd $3.00 CLASS: (12 on a plate) 52. Best Modern Varieties - 5 on plate - 1. Stanley Prune 4. Any Variety Plum 5 varieties, label each variety - 1st $5.00, 2nd $3.00 2. German Prune 5. Any Variety Prune 53. Most Handsomely Arranged Peck - 1st $8.00, 2nd $5.00 3. Green Gage 54. Best Classic (Antique) Varieties - 5 on plate - 10 varieties, label each variety - 1st $10.00, 2nd $5.00 SECTION 11 - FRUIT BASKET 55. Best Modern Varieties - 5 on plate - Best arrangement of locally grown fruit arranged 10 varieties, label each variety - 1st $10.00, 2nd $5.00 in a wicker basket. 56. Neatest Ring Packed 1/2 Bushel, any variety - Premiums: 1st $10.00 - 2nd $8.00 - 3rd $5.00 1st $10.00, 2nd $8.00 SECTION 12 - FRUIT BASKET 57. Best 1/2 Peck basket, any variety - 1st $3.00, 2nd $2.00 Any rare fruit not popular to Portage County. SECTION 2 - PEARS SECTION 13 - FRUIT ODDITYCLASS: (5 on a plate) Any rare fruit not popular to Portage County. 1. Seckel 6. Best Display (5 varieties) SECTION 14 - FRUIT NOVELTY 2. Bartlett label each variety 6 or more different kinds of fruit with props. 3. Bosc 3 on plate / per 5 plates = (Please give a title). 4. Red Bartlett 15 pears total 5. Asian 1st $5.00 - 2nd $3.00 7. Any Variety Not Listed SECTION 3 - BERRIESCLASS: (pint) 1. Blueberry 6. Blackberry (Cultivated) 2. Black Raspberry 3. Red Raspberry 7. Gooseberry 8. Currant 2012 Fair Dates 4. Elderberry (Shelled) 9. Strawberry 5. Blackberry (Wild) 10. Any Other Variety August 21st - 26th f 44
  • 47. DEPARTMENT 17 SECTION 10 - HAY-FIRST CUTTING GRAINS AND SEEDS SECTION 11 - HAY-SECOND CUTTING Ray Rodenbucher - Supt. 330-325-7402 SECTION 12 - HAY-THIRD CUTTING Asst. Supt. Donald May - 330-325-1118 CLASS: (8 inch thick slab tied) 1. Clover 3. TimothyEach and every article in the department must be entered in 2. Alfalfa 4. Mixedthe name of the producer or grower of it, or the premium willbe forfeited to the Society. All exhibits must remain until 8:00 SECTION 13 - STRAWP.M. Sunday. CLASS: (8 inch thick slab tied) 1. Wheat Straw 2. Oats Straw – NO ENTRY FEE – 3. Rye StrawPremiums: 1st $2.00 & Blue Ribbon; 2nd $1.50 & SECTION 14 - SILAGE Red Ribbon and $1.50. CLASS: (lg. mouth quart jar) SECTION 1 - WHEAT 1. Grass 2. CornCLASS: (by measure 1 peck) 3. Any Other Variety 1. Freedom 3. Any Other Variety SECTION 15 - SOYBEANS 2. Dynasty CLASS: (6 stalks) SECTION 2 - OATS 1. Any VarietyCLASS: (by measure 1 peck) SECTION 16 - SHEAF OF GRAIN (without roots) 1. Noble 3. Armor CLASS: (3 - 4" in diameter) 2. Ogal 4. Any Other Variety 1. Oat 2. Speltz SECTION 3 - FIELD CORN 3. Rye 4. WheatCLASS: (6 best ears) Premiums: 1st $3.00 - 2nd $2.00 1. Indian 4. Early Hybrid SECTION 17 2. Yellow Dent 5. Medium Hybrid Any image, picture, or design made of seeds or grain. 3. Hybrid, Any Variety 6. Late Hybrid Display on a board no larger than 16" by 16". SECTION 4 - FIELD CORN Premiums: 1st $5.00 - 2nd $4.00 - 3rd $3.00 - 4th $2.00CLASS: (6 best stalks in ear, please cut off roots) 1. Hybrid 5. Hybrid Early 2. Hybrid Medium 6. Yellow 3. Hybrid Late 7. Tallest, Any Variety DEPARTMENT 18 4. Colored 8. Best 6 stalks with 2 ears V VEGETABLES SECTION 5 - SWEET CORN Ray Rodenbucher - Supt. 330-325-7402CLASS: (6 best ears) Asst. Supts. – Shirley Rodenbucher, 1. Butter & Sugar 3. Hybrid, White Sweet Dolores May, Dave Rodenbucher 2. Hybrid, Yellow 4. Any Variety Not Listed Each article in the department must be entered in the name of SECTION 6 - POPCORN the producer or grower, or the premium will be forfeited to the Society. The deadline for submitting an entry is August 9th, 8CLASS: (6 best ears) P.M. Exhibits are to be delivered on Monday between 8 A.M. 1. Yellow 3. Black and 8 P.M. All exhibits must remain on display until 9 P.M. 2. White 4. Red Sunday. All produce not claimed by Monday 10 A.M. will be SECTION 7 - SORGHUM donated. Plates to display entries will be provided by the Fair when entry is checked in, all other containers must be providedCLASS: by entrant. 1. Tallest - (6 stalks) 2. 6 Best Stalks – THERE IS NO ENTRY FEE – SECTION 8 - SEEDS Premiums: 1st $2.00 & Blue Ribbon; 2nd $1.50 &CLASS: (by measure 1 peck) Red Ribbon, unless otherwise noted under 1. Rye 5. Any Variety Shelled Corn a section or class. 2. Barley 6. Indian Corn Shelled Judging is performed and ribbons awarded based on but not 3. Soybeans 7. Speltz limited to the entry’s uniformity, market quality, neatness, 4. Buckwheat freshness, cleanliness and if the entry qualifies for its section SECTION 9 - SUNFLOWERS and class. GLEN MAY MEMORIAL Please review your entries carefully and make any suggestionCLASS: to the Asst. Superintendents for possible additions/changes for*1. 1 - Tallest with single head next year. If you have any questions please call. 2. 1 - Biggest (diam.)*3. Over 6 ft. with most flowers*4. Miniature with most flowers (under 6 ft.)* Leave on roots and place in container with water. f 45
  • 48. SECTION 1 - BEANS & PEAS SECTION 7 - MELONCLASS: (1-quart basket full) Premiums: 1st $2.50 - 2nd $2.00 1. Any variety not listed, shelled 8. Lima, in pod CLASS: 2. Any variety not listed, in pod 9. Navy, shelled 1. Honeydew, best 2 3. Green Stringless, in pod 10. Peas, in pod 2. Muskmelon, best 2, smooth rind 4. Half Runners, in pod 11. Peas, sugar/show type, 3. Muskmelon, best 2, netted rind 5. Kidney, Red, shelled in pod 4. Muskmelon, Single heaviest 6. Kidney, White, shelled 12. Yellow, in pod 5. Watermelon, best 2 under 15# 7. Lima, shelled 6. Watermelon, best 2 over 15# - 1st $3.00 - 2nd $2.50 SECTION 2 - BEST DISPLAYS 7. Watermelon, Single heaviest - 1st $3.00 - 2nd $2.50 (In one container of your choice if applicable) SECTION 8 - MISCELLANEOUSPremiums: 1st $5.50 - 2nd $4.50 - 3rd $3.50 - 4th $3.00 CLASS: *Please label variety names 1. Broccoli, 1 head ** Please label variety names & place in one container. 2. 1 quart Broccoli floretsCLASS: 3. Brussel Sprouts, 1 quart basket 1. Garlic, Braided (no props) 4. Cauliflower, 1 head 2. Garlic, Braided Decorative (with props) 5. Celery, 1 bunch 3. Gourds, 2-4 Decorative or Hand Painted, Dried 6. Eggplant (traditional), 2 on a plate (with props) 7. Eggplant any other variety, 2 on a plate 4. Gourds, 2-4 Decorative or Hand Painted, Fresh 8. Most Unusual Vegetable, Single item (with props) 9. Okra, 1 quart basket 5. Gourds, Ornamental, Dried, in Peck Quantity (no props, 10. Pie Plant (Rhubarb), 5 Stalks container not judged) 11. Vegetable Oddity/Freak, Single item 6. Gourds, Ornamental, Fresh, in Peck Quantity (no props, SECTION 9 - ONIONS container not judged) CLASS: (5 on a plate) 7. Hanging container, live vegetable plant(s) 1. Any variety, 4. Red 8. Herbs, Best Collection, Dried * Heaviest, Single 5. Shallots 9. Herbs, Best Collection, Fresh * 2. Any variety not listed 6. White10. Peppers, 5 varieties, 3 or more of each ** 3. Leeks 7. Yellow11. Poster display (24x36) comic or story format of vegetable theme SECTION 10 - PEPPERS12. Potatoes, 5 varieties, 3 or more of each ** J & P Mitchell Memorial Award to best pepper entry13. Tomatoes, 5 varieties, 3 or more of each ** J & P Mitchell Memorial Award given in memory of Pauline & James14. Vegetable Display – 12 or more varieties of vegetables Mitchell for the many years they made entries in this department.15. Vegetable Display, Novelty – 6 or more different varieties CLASS: (5 on a plate) with props (please give a title) 1. Any variety, Heaviest, Single 9. Hungarian, Wax16. Vegetables, Root, 6 or more different vegetables ** 2. Any variety not listed 10. Jalapeno SECTION 3 - CABBAGE 3. Cayenne 11. Pimentos, Green 4. Cherry 12. Pimentos, RedCLASS: (2 heads per entry except where noted otherwise) 5. Green, Block 13. Red, Block 1. Any variety not listed 5. Savoy 6. Green, Long 14. Red, Long 2. Red 6. Heaviest, Red, Single 7. Habenaro 15. Yellow, Block 3. Chinese 7. Heaviest any variety Single, 8. Hungarian, Hot 16. Yellow, Long (Napa or Michihli type) 1st $2.50 - 2nd $2.00 4. Flat Head Dutch SECTION 11 - POTATOES SECTION 4 - CUCUMBER CLASS: (5 per entry except where noted otherwise) 1. Any variety not listed 7. RussetCLASS: 2. Fingerlings, any variety 8. Sweet, any variety 1. Burpless, best 3 4. Non-Burpless, Single, 3. Katahdin 9. White, any variety 2. Burpless, Single, Longest 4. Kennebec 10. Yellow/Golden, any variety Longest 5. Pickling – 1 quart basket 5. Purple/Blue, any variety 11. Heaviest, Single any variety 3. Non-Burpless, best 3 6. Red/Rose, any variety 1st $2.50 - 2nd $2.00 SECTION 5 - GOURDS SECTION 12 - PUMPKINS (Hard Stem)CLASS: (Single entry) CLASS: (3 per entry except where noted otherwise) 1. Dipper, Dried 3. Decorative or Hand Painted, Dried 1. Field, over 25 lbs 2. Dipper, Fresh 4. Decorative or Hand Painted, Fresh 2. Field, 10-24 lbs SECTION 6 - GREENS, HERBS & SPICES 3. Field, under 10 lbsCLASS: (Display in water or soil where applicable) 4. White large 1. Dill, 6 Stalks 8. Parsley, Flat, 3-5 5. White miniature 2. Endive, Curly, 3 with roots 9. Parsley, Curled, 3-5 6. Miniature orange ribbed 3. Endive, Straight, 3 with roots 10. Spinach, 3 plants 7. Specialty not listed 2# & under 4. Kale, Any Variety, 5 Stalks with roots 8. Specialty not listed over 2# 5. Kale, Flowering, 1 head 11. Swiss Chard, 9. Painted Single, Pumpkin or Squash - 1st $3.50 - 2nd $3.00 6. Lettuce, Single Head 5 Stalks 10. Scarred Design, Single, Pumpkin or Squash - 1st $3.50 - 7. Lettuce, Cutting type, with roots 2nd $3.00 f 46
  • 49. 11. Heaviest, Single, Any variety - 1st $3.50 - 2nd $3.00 DEPARTMENT 19 (See sect. 14 class 19 for soft stem squash/pumpkins) KITCHEN SECTION 13 - ROOT VEGETABLES Joan Toth, Supt. 330-947-2846CLASS: (5 on a plate cut stems to 2") Grace Geiger, Supt. 330-877-2095 1. Beets, Round Red 8. Garlic, hard neck (trim roots) 2. Beets, Long Red 9. Horseradish Asst. Conrad Geiger 3. Beets, Golden 10. Kohlrabi All exhibits must remain until 8:00 P.M. Sunday. 4. Beet, Heaviest, Single 11. Parsnips – NO ENTRY FEE – (No Box or Package Mixes.) 5. Carrots 12. Radish, Red Disposable containers will be furnished by Fair Board. 6. Garlic, Heaviest, Single 13. Radish, White 7. Garlic, soft neck 14. Rutabaga Premiums: 1st $2.00 & Blue Ribbon; 2nd $1.50 & (trim roots) 15. Turnips Red Ribbon and $1.50, unless otherwise 16. Any other root not listed listed next to the article. SECTION 14 - SQUASH SECTION 1 - BREADCLASS: (3 per entry except where noted otherwise) CLASS: (Bread 1/4 Loaf; Rolls - 3) 1. Any variety not listed 14. Yellow, Straight Neck 1. Cinnamon 9. Whole Wheat 2. Acorn/Table Queen 15. Zucchini, Eight Ball 2. Banana 10. Nut 3. Buttercup 16. Zucchini 10" & under 3. Date 11. Biscuits - 3 4. Butternut 17. Zucchini over 10" 4. Oatmeal 12. Muffins - 3 5. Crenshaw 18. Zucchini, Heaviest Single 5. Sweet Rolls 13. Fat Free Muffins - 3 6. Hubbard, Blue Gray 19. Heaviest, Single (squash/ 6. Dinner Rolls 14. Yeast Bread (Red Star 7. Hubbard, Green pumpkin with soft stem) - 7. White Yeast Promotion) 8. Hubbard, Mini, any color 1st $50 - 2nd $40 - 3rd $30 8. Zucchini 9. Hubbard, Red Orange - 4th $20 ** SECTION 2 - CAKE10. Patty Pan (Scallop) 20. Hubbard, Heaviest, Single CLASS: (1/4 of cake)11. Spaghetti “Randolph” Green - 1. Oatmeal 9. Chiffon (not iced)12. Turks Turban 1st $10 - 2nd $5 - 3rd $2 2. Angel Food (not iced) 10. Marble13. Yellow, Crook Neck 3. Banana 11. Spice **This is the featured item: All entries over 150# will receive 4. White 12. Yellow a bonus achievement prize of $10. 5. Coffee 13. Chocolate All entries over 200# please load on pre-weighed pallet and 6. Pound 14. Nut label with tare weight. 7. Other Specialties 15. Cupcakes - 3 SECTION 15 - TOMATOES 8. FruitCLASS: (5 on a plate except where noted otherwise) SECTION 3 - PIES 1. Any variety, Heaviest, Single CLASS: (6", 8", 9" - 1/4 of Pie) 2. Any variety not listed 1. Berry 6. Pumpkin 3. Cluster, Large Fruited, (min. 5 in cluster on plate) 2. Cherry 7. Raisin 4. Cluster, Small Fruited, (min. 2-3 clusters w/10 or more 3. Mince 8. Tarts - 3 on each cluster) 4. Peach 9. Apple 5. Cherry (1 quart basket) 5. Other Specialty 6. Green (when ripe) SECTION 4 - COOKIES 7. Ground Cherry (1 quart basket) 8. Paste CLASS: (4 samples) 9. Pink 1. Brownies 9. Chocolate10. Red 2. Ginger 10. Peanut Butter11. Small Fruited (1 quart basket) 3. Ice Box 11. Bar12. Tomatillo 4. Sugar 12. Party Platter13. Yellow 5. Fancy 6 varieties, 4 of each 6. Oatmeal SECTION 16 - SCARECROWS 7. FilledPremiums: 1st $10.00 - 2nd $7.00 - 3rd $5.00 8. Toll HouseCLASS: SECTION 5 - CANDIES 1. Funniest or Cutest 3. Scariest CLASS: (4 pieces - to fit on 7" plate) 2. Most Traditional 1. Divinity 4. Fondant SECTION 17 - SCARECROWS 2. Fudge, Chocolate 5. CaramelPremiums: 1st $20.00 - 2nd $15.00 - 3rd $10.00 - 4th $5.00 3. Fudge, Peanut Butter 6. Peanut BrittleCLASS: SECTION 6 - MEN ONLY 1. Any branch of service (Army, Navy, etc.) - identify Pie & Cake (1/4 piece) - Cookies (4 pieces) To fit on 7" plate CLASS: 1. Cake 3. Cookies 2. Fruit Pie f 47
  • 50. SECTION 7 - CHILDREN’S ENTRIES CLASS: Cookies & Candy (4 pieces) - Pies & Cake (1/4 piece) 1. Floral 6. Baby Shower To fit on 7" plate 2. Bridal Shower 7. Adult’s Birthday 7-11 years 3. Wedding 8. Holiday Cake 4. Child’s Birthday (any holiday)CLASS: 5. Novelty 9. Anniversary 1. Bar Cookies 9. Apple Pie 2. Brownies 10. Chocolate Cake SECTION 12 - REFRIGERATED ITEMS 3. Toll House Cookies 11. Chocolate Fudge CLASS: 4. Ice Box Cookies 12. P.B. Fudge 1. Cream Pies 3. Other 5. Cut-Out Cookies 13. Bread - Any 2. Cheesecake 6. Oatmeal Cookies 14. Dinner Rolls - 3 7. P.B. Cookies 15. Sweet Rolls - 3 8. Cherry Pie 16. Muffins - 3 SECTION 8 - CHILDREN’S ENTRIES DEPARTMENT 20 Cookies & Candy (4 pieces) - Pies & Cakes (1/4 piece) CANNED GOODS - 12-15 yearsCLASS: HONEY - WINE - MISC. 1. Bar Cookies 10. Chocolate Cake Supt. Linda Wise 330-947-4201 2. Brownies 11. Yellow Cake Supt. Virginia McKay 330-325-1730 3. Toll House Cookies 12. Chocolate Fudge Asst. Supt. Joan Trautman 330-325-9396 4. Oatmeal Cookies 13. P.B. Fudge Extension and nutrition specialists stress the importance of 5. Ice Box Cookies 14. Bread - Any properly canned foods. All canned goods must be processed to 6. Cut-Out Cookies 15. Dinner Rolls - 3 current USDA guidelines. For information on proper canning 7. P.B. Cookies 16. Sweet Rolls - procedures, call the County Extension office at 330-296-6432. 8. Apple Pie 17. Muffins - 3 9. Cherry Pie Entries must be in standard canning jars, with new standard two-piece lids. The entry must be accompanied with a statement SECTION 9 - DECORATED CAKES specifying the method and processing time. Examples: “29 Cardboard or Board 1" larger than cake. minutes in a boiling water bath,” “39 minutes in a pressure 7-11 years canner at 10 pounds pressure.”CLASS: – NO ENTRY FEES – 1. Birthday 2. Novelty Quarts and pints accepted in all classes except where noted. 12-15 years No catsup or mayonnaise jars. Entries in containers other than 3. Birthday 4. Novelty those described will receive no recognition from the judge. No decorative jar covers (cloth or other material). Screw bands are to remain in place for judging. Premiums: 1st $2.00 & Blue Ribbon; 2nd $1.50 & CAKE DECORATING Red Ribbon, unless otherwise listed next to the article. Rosette given for Best of Show. Entries will be judged on originality, SECTION 1 - CANNED FRUIT adaptability and decorating skill. They CLASS: may be produced on an artificial base. 1. Apples 10. Peaches, White Professional is anyone selling their cakes 2. Applesauce 11. Peaches, Yellow for profit. Amateur is anyone who decorates 3. Blackberries 12. Pears for their own enjoyment, not for money. 4. Cherries, Red Sour 13. Plums Professional judge. 5. Cherries, Red Sweet 14. Prunes SECTION 10 - AMATEUR 6. Cherries, Black Sweet 15. Raspberries, Red BASE NO LARGER THAN 30" SQUARE 7. Cherries, Yellow Sweet 16. Raspberries, Black BOARD 1 INCH BIGGER THAN CAKE 8. Elderberries 17. Rhubarb 9. Grape Juice 18. Pie FillingPremiums: 1st $4.00 - 2nd $3.00 19. Misc. Best of Show - Rosette SECTION 2 - CANNED VEGETABLESCLASS: 1. Novelty 5. Wedding Cake CLASS: 2. Baby Shower 6. Holiday (Any) 1. Asparagus 11. Pickled Beets 3. Child’s Birthday 7. Floral 2. Beans, Green String 12. Sauerkraut 4. Bridal Shower 8. Adult’s Birthday 3. Mixed Beans 13. Squash 4. Mixed Vegetables 14. Tomato Juice/Cocktail SECTION 11 - PROFESSIONAL 5. Beans, Yellow Wax 15. Tomatoes, Whole BASE NO LARGER THAN 30" SQUARE 6. Beets 16. Tomato Soup BOARD 1 INCH BIGGER THAN CAKE 7. Carrots 17. Vegetable SoupPremiums: 1st $6.00 - 2nd $4.00 8. Corn Off Cob 18. Pumpkin Best of Show - Rosette 9. Lima Beans 19. Stuffed Peppers 10. Peas 20. Misc. f 48
  • 51. SECTION 3 - CANNED MEAT SECTION 8 - MISCELLANEOUSCLASS: CLASS: 1. Pork (Sausage) 4. Chicken 1. Maple Sugar, 1 lb. 6. Dried Fruits 2. Pork (Ham) 5. Beef 2. Maple Syrup, 1 qt. 7. Dried Vegetables 3. Venison 6. Other (canning jar sealed) 8. Cooking Wines (sealed) SECTION 4 - PICKLES, RELISH 3. Homemade Noodles 9. Horseradish 4. ApplebutterCLASS: 5. Cider Vinegar, 1 qt. (canning jar sealed) 1. Dill Cucumber Pickles 10. Misc. Relish 2. Miscellaneous Pickles 11. Pepper Relish SECTION 9 - DISPLAYS 3. Mixed Pickles 12. Tomato Relish All displays must be labeled as to kinds and should 4. Sweet Cucumber Pickles13. Catsup be in matching jars, 6 varieties. No decorative 5. Bread & Butter Pickles 14. Chili Sauce lid covers allowed for judging. 6. Pickled Hot Peppers 15. Spaghetti Sauce Premiums: 1st $4.00 - 2nd $3.00 & Ribbon. 7. Zucchini Pickles 16. Salsa CLASS: 8. Corn Relish 17. Chutney 1. Vegetables 6. Jams 9. Cucumber Relish 18. Other 2. Jellies 7. Fruits SECTION 5 - JAMS, PRESERVES, MARMALADES 3. Relishes 8. Dried Fruits 1 jar, should be sealed, no paraffin 4. Dried Vegetables 9. Chutney (1/2 pints and 1/4 pints may be used) 5. PicklesCLASS: HOMEMADE SOAPS 1. Blackberry 5. Plum ENTRY RULES 2. Cherry 6. Black or Red Raspberry The entry must be accompanied with a statement 3. Grape 7. Strawberry specifying method used. 4. Peach 8. Any Other SECTION 10 - FEATURE ITEM SECTION 6 - JELLIES CLASS: (Soaps - Children - 17 & under) 1 jar, should be sealed, no paraffin 1. Hard Soap - 4 Bars 3. Cold Press Soap - 4 Bars (1/2 pints and 1/4 pints may be used) 2. Glycerine Soap - 4 Bars 4. Medicinal Soap - 4 BarsCLASS: SECTION 11 - FEATURE ITEM 1. Strawberry 6. Plum 2. Red or Black Raspberry 7. Cherry CLASS: (Soaps - Adults 18 & over) 3. Peach 8. Blackberry 1. Hard Soap - 4 Bars 3. Cold Press Soap - 4 Bars 4. Grape 9. Any Other 2. Glycerine Soap - 4 Bars 4. Medicinal Soap - 4 Bars 5. Apple SECTION 7 - HONEY Honey must be produced by exhibitor. (3 - 1 lb. jars Queenline, or classic no Mason or plastic) HOMEMADE WINESCLASS: ENTRY RULES 1. Extracted Honey, Water White - 1. Wines may be made from grapes, other fruits, berries, White (Pfund scale 1-34) 3 - 1 Lb. Jars vegetables, grains, other suitable ingredients, or blends of 2. Extracted Honey, Extra Light - these. Light Amber (Pfund scale 35-85) 3 - 1 Lb. Jars 2. Ingredients may be fresh, canned, dried, concentrated or 3. Extracted Honey, Light Amber - otherwise preserved. Dark Amber (Pfund scale 86 and up) 3 - 1 Lb. Jars 4. Creamed Honey, 3 - 1 Lb. Jars 3. Wines should be amateur-homemade by the process of (processed by Dyce method) fermentation and must not be blended with commercial 5. Section Comb Honey, (Basswood or Ross Rounds) wines. 3 Sections 4. Wines appropriate for the fortification may be fortified with 6. Cut Comb Honey, 3 Sections in Plastic Containers suitable commercial spirits. 7. Extracting Frame (Deep, Medium or Shallow) 5. Each bottle must be labeled as to kind of fruit (product) 1 in Bee proof container or wrapped in plastic used. 8. Beeswax, 1 piece - 2 Lb. minimum 9. Beeswax candles, Molded - 1 pair 6. Each bottle will be opened for judging and recorked and left10. Beeswax candles, Dipped - 1 hanging pair on display.11. Gift Package - not to exceed 8 Lbs. May have two 7. Effective February 1, 1979 no federal certificate is needed purchased items. (Purchased items must be bee related for wines made for home use. This provision also allows such as honey pots, cook books, candy, lip balm, wine made at home to be taken from premises for exhibition small bears, etc.) or use at homemakers contest.NOTE: Spectators are welcome to watch the judging of honey DESCRIPTIONS FOR JUDGINGentries at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 23rd. 1. Red Dry - Red, blue or purple of suitable taste and alcohol content for dinner table use. 2. White Dry - White or golden with no tinge of brown, pink or gray, of suitable taste and alcohol content for table wine. f 49
  • 52. 3. Rose Dry - Pink, no tinge of brown, delicate in bouquet and made. If not sure of classification PLEASE check with Supt. flavor, light in body and alcohol, suitable for table wine. before entering article. The decision of the Judge will be final 4. Red Sweet - Red, blue, or purple with heavier body and in all classes. No premium will be given if exhibit is considered flavor, and higher alcohol content than dry table wine. unworthy by the judge. Suitable for general social drinking. Premiums: 1st Blue Ribbon plus money as listed; 5. White Sweet - White or golden with no tinge of pink, brown 2nd Red Ribbon plus money as listed. or gray with heavier body and flavor and higher alcohol Also awarded J&P Mitchell Memorial Award content than dry table wine. Suitable for general social for a Best Item in certain sections. drinking. SECTION 1 - AFGHAN - CROCHETED 6. Rose Sweet - Same as dry rose except finished slightly Premiums: 1st $3.00 - 2nd $2.00 sweeter. CLASS: 7. Dessert - Red, blue, purple, tawny or dark brown, rich in 1. Ripple 5. Block bouquet and flavor, medium to sweet, full bodied and of 2. Afghan Stitch 6. Leftover Yarn high alcohol content. May be fortified. 3. Raised Block 7. Miscellaneous 8. Sparkling Wine - Red, white or rose. Must be naturally 4. Lap Size carbonated through fermentation. May be sweet or dry. A J & P Mitchell Memorial Award judicious balance of sweetness. J & P Mitchell Memorial Award given in memory of Pauline & James 9. Define what fruit is used in wine (or product). Mitchell for the many years they made entries in this department. SECTION 12 - STILL WINES (GRAPE) SECTION 2 - AFGHAN - KNITTED 1st $3.00 - 2nd $2.00Premiums: 1st $2.00 & Blue Ribbon; 2nd $1.50 & Red Ribbon, unless otherwise listed next to the CLASS: article. Rosette given for Best of Show. 1. MiscellaneousCLASS: SECTION 3 - RUGS 1. Red Dry 4. Red Sweet 2. White Dry 5. White Sweet Premiums: 1st $2.00 - 2nd $1.50 3. Rose Dry 6. Rose Sweet CLASS: (No Latch Hook) SECTION 13 - 1. Miscellaneous FRUIT & OTHER AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS SECTION 4 - QUILTSCLASS: Premiums: 1st $3.00 - 2nd $2.00 1. Red Dry 4. Red Sweet CLASS: 2. White Dry 5. White Sweet 1. Appliqued 3. Rose Dry 6. Rose Sweet 2. Embroidered SECTION 14 - 3. Mixed Technique SPARKLING WINES (GRAPE OR OTHER FRUITS) 4. Own Design SECTION 15 - 5. Pieced All Hand Made DESSERT WINES (GRAPE OR OTHER FRUITS) 6. Hand Pieced & Machine Quilted 7. Machine Pieced (professionally quilted) 8. Machine Pieced & Quilted 9. Machine Pieced, Hand Quilted 10. Lap Quilt DEPARTMENT 11. Quilted by Group - LISTED BELOW - 12. Wall Hanging’s 13. Miscellaneous DOMESTIC **When entering, state if by hand or machine** Supt. Jackie Kobak 330-968-8668 J & P MITCHELL MEMORIAL AWARD Renee Cooper 330-472-0108 J & P Mitchell Memorial Award given in memory of Pauline & James Asst. Jenn Kerr Mitchell for the many years they made entries in this department.DEPT. 21 - Open to all SECTION 5 - CROCHETED ARTICLESDEPT. 22 - Exhibitors shall be under 18 years of age.DEPT. 23 - Exhibitors shall be any age entering their first Premiums: 1st $2.00 - 2nd $1.50 quilt, and entered as miscellaneous, in Section 4 CLASS: Class 13. 1. Hat or Stocking Cap 5. ScarfDEPT. 24 - Exhibitors shall be 62 or older. 2. Slippers 6. VestNo article that has received premiums at any previous Randolph 3. Sweater - Cardigan 7. MittensFair will be admitted to competition. 4. Sweater - Slipover 8. MiscellaneousARTICLE MUST BE CLEAN AND UNUSED. SECTION 6 - KNITTED ARTICLESYou need not be a resident of Portage County to enter. Premiums: 1st $2.00 - 2nd $1.50 – NO ENTRY FEE – CLASS: 1. Stocking Caps 5. Vest All Exhibits will remain in place until 8:00 P.M. Sunday. 2. Sweater - Cardigan 6. ScarfAny WORTHY exhibit will be accepted and classification 3. Sweater - Slipover 1 color 7. Slippers f 50
  • 53. 4. Sweater - Slipover 8. Miscellaneous 6. Clam Diggers 20. Street Dress 2 or more colors 9. Mittens 7. Coat - unlined 21. Sun Dress SECTION 7 - COMFORTERS 8. Denim Clothing 22. Suit - lined 9. Dress Up Dress - Cotton 23. Suit - unlinedPremiums: 1st $3.00 - 2nd $2.00 10. Dress Up Dress - Synthetic 24. HousecoatCLASS: (No Quilting Involved) 11. Jacket - lined 25. Vest 1. Miscellaneous 12. Jacket - unlined 26. House Dress SECTION 8 - INFANTS 13. Sweatshirt Jacket 27. Appliqued Outfit 14. Jumper 28. SkortsPremiums: 1st $3.00 - 2nd $2.00 Those listed below will be paidCLASS: 1. Quilts: To be judged according to patterns Premiums: 1st $3.00 - 2nd $2.00 2. Afghans: Knitted - To be judged according to patterns. 29. Hooded Jacket - lined 36. Matched Outfits 3. Afghans: Crocheted - To be judged according to patterns. 30. Skirt - lined 37. Wedding Dress 4. Comforters: To be judged according to patterns. 31. Coat - lined 38. Bridesmaid **When entering, state if by hand or machine** 32. Ensemble 39. Wedding Veil 33. Fancy Costume 40. Wedding Accessories SECTION 9 - INFANTS WEAR - CROCHETED (Adult or Child) 41. Historical ClothingPremiums: 1st $2.00 - 2nd $1.50 34. Something new out of (Adult or Child)CLASS: something old (Picture of 42. Quilted Jacket 1. Booties 5. Set - 3-piece old first, no store bought) 2. Sweater (Sweater, Hat, Booties) 35. Formal 3. Hat or Cap 6. Dresses SECTION 2 - BOYS 4. Miscellaneous CLASS: SECTION 10 - INFANTS WEAR - KNITTED 1. Play Clothes 8. SlacksPremiums: 1st $2.00 - 2nd $1.50 2. Shirt (1-6) 9. Vest 3. Shirt (6-12) 10. Sport JacketCLASS: 4. Western Shirt 11. Outside Jacket 1. Booties 5. Set - 3-piece 5. Robe 12. Suit 2. Sweater (Sweater, Hat, Booties) 6. Shorts 13. Appliqued Outfit 3. Hat or Cap 6. Dresses 7. Sleepwear 4. Miscellaneous SECTION 3 - GIRLS SECTION 11 - MEN ONLY CLASS:Premiums: 1st $2.00 - 2nd $1.50 1. Blouse (1-6) 18. Party Dress (1-3)CLASS: 2. Blouse (6-12) 19. Party Dress (4-6) 1. Quilts 3. Knitted 3. Western Shirt 20. Party Dress (6-12) 2. Crocheted 4. Miscellaneous 4. Coat (1-6) 21. School Dress (1-6) 5. Coat (6-12) 22. School Dress (6-12) 6. Ensemble (1-6) 23. Smocked Dress 7. Ensemble (6-12) 24. Skirt 8. Housecoat 25. Slacks DEPARTMENT 25 9. Jumper (1-6) 26. Vest DOMESTIC MACHINE SEWING 10. Jumper (6-12) 27. Knickers Maxine Rinehart, Supt. 330-325-7189 11. Sun Dress 28. Culottes Asst. Eleanor Wasley 12. Play Clothes 29. Sleepwear 13. Jumpsuit 30. Shorts Asst. Ruth Pickens 330-325-8019 14. Jackets 31. Slip Open to all 15. 1st Communion Dress 32. Suit – NO ENTRY FEE – 16. Pant Suit (1-6) 33. Appliqued Quilted JacketAll articles of clothing must be made by the exhibitor or will not 17. Pant Suit (6-12) 34. Skortsbe accepted. SECTION 4 - INFANT’S WEARPremiums: 1st $2.00 & Blue Ribbon; 2nd $1.50 & CLASS: Red Ribbon, unless otherwise marked next 1. Boys 4. Sleepwear to the article. 2. Girls 5. Sunsuit ALL EXHIBITS MUST REMAIN IN PLACE UNTIL 3. Kimono 6. Coat 8:00 P.M. SUNDAY. SECTION 5 - CHRISTENING SETS HANGING ARTICLES MUST BE ON A HANGER Premiums: 1st Place $3.00 - 2nd Place $2.00 SECTION 1 - LADIES SECTION 6 - APRONSCLASS: CLASS: 1. Collar 15. Jumpsuit 1. Appliqued 4. Embroidered 2. Shorts 16. Pants Suit 2. Counted Crosstitch 5. Everyday 3. Blouse - Cotton, Polyester 17. Skirt 3. Crosstitch 6. Fancy 4. Blouse - Silk 18. Slacks 5. Blouse - Synthetic 19. Sleepwear f 51
  • 54. SECTION 7 - MEN’S DEPARTMENT 27CLASS: GIFT WRAPPINGS 1. Sleepwear 4. Vest 2. Slacks 5. Sport Shirt SECTION 1 - ADULTS 3. Shorts 6. Sport Jacket SECTION 2 - 12-18 YEARS SECTION 3 - 6-11 YEARSThose listed below will be paid 1st $3.00 - 2nd $2.00 CLASS: 7. Leisure Jacket 9. Jogging Suit 1. Valentine 4. Unusual Gift Basket 8. Suit - Tailored 2. Christmas 5. Team Sports SECTION 8 - CHILDREN’S ENTRIES 3. Easter BasketCLASS: (7 TO 9 YRS.) 1. Blouse 6. Shorts 2. Dress 7. Sleepwear 3. Jumper 8. Tops DEPARTMENT 28 4. Skirt 9. Sportswear FAIR THEME CLASS 5. Slacks 10. Shirt Mary Kreitz 330-628-4631 SECTION 9 - CHILDREN’S ENTRIES Asst. - Karen NeffCLASS: (10 TO 13 YRS.) 1. Blouse 6. Shorts Rules are the same as DOMESTIC and BAKED GOODS. 2. Dress 7. Sleepwear Must incorporate THE RANDOLPH FAIR THEME: 3. Jumper 8. Tops “Have You Herd It’s Our 153rd” with our pig logo as part of 4. Skirt 9. Sportswear the design. 5. Slacks 10. Shirt Exhibits may consist of any Arts or Crafts item. Craft may SECTION 10 - CHILDREN’S ENTRIES include Afghans, Needlepoint, Crewel, Latch Hook, Decoupage,CLASS: (14 TO 17 YRS.) Quilts, Macrame, Weaving, 1. Blouse 8. Tops or any other crafts form you care to use. 2. Dress 9. Aprons 3. Jumper 10. Formal Fine Arts items may include: Oil, Acrylic, or Watercolor 4. Skirt 11. Sportswear Painting, Drawings, Ceramics, or Stained Glass. 5. Slacks 12. Shirt Cake Decorating, Woodworking, Carving, or Sand Painting. 6. Shorts 13. Vest ••• ALL ITEMS WELCOME ••• 7. Sleepwear 14. Jacket All exhibits must have been made within the year. SECTION 11 - RECREATIONAL SEWING 1. Sports Cushion 3. Tote Bags Premiums: 2. Fanny Packs 1st $5.00 - 2nd $4.50 - 3rd $4.00 - 4th $3.50 - 5th $3.00 6th $2.50 - 7th $2.00 - 8th $1.50 - 9th $1.00 - 10th $1.00 DEPARTMENT 26 DEPARTMENT 29 COORDINATED PLACE SETTINGS HANDICRAFTS SECTION 1 Mary Kreitz, Supt. 330-628-4631CLASS: Asst. Supt. - Karen Neff 1. Basic Color Scheme 4. Backyard 2. 16th Birthday 5. Tailgate Articles entered in this department must be the work of the 3. Romantic exhibitor. No article that has received premiums at any previous Can be different china pattern co-ordinated with tablecloth. exhibition will be admitted to competition. ITEMS MUST BEMiniature centerpiece - no higher than 12". No paper products. CLEAN AND READY TO HANG. MENU MUST BE SUBMITTED. All exhibits must remain until 8:00 P.M. Sunday.Points for Department: – NO ENTRY FEE – 35 – General Appearance; Completeness Best of Show ribbons may be awarded to any outstanding 20 – Correct Place Setting article, but will carry no premium. 35 – Originality Premiums: 1st $2.00 & Blue Ribbon; 2nd $1.50 & Red 10 – Decoration Ribbon, unless otherwise stated next to article.100 – Total Points Please use discretion on size. Superintendents’ decision final on size. f 52
  • 55. SECTION 1 - CENTERPIECE DOILY SECTION 10 - WALLHANGINGS (14" & over - must be mounted on CLASS: (Unframed with hangers) heavy cardboard for hanging) 1. Hooked (no latch hook)CLASS: 2. Wool applique 1. Crochet 3. Tatted 3. Other (quilted items will be entered in Domestics) 2. Knitted 4. Other SECTION 11 - PAPERCRAFT SECTION 2 - DOILY CLASS:CLASS: (under 14") 1. Scrapbook Pages (6 pages only, mounted on cardboard) 2. Greeting Cards (6 only, mounted on cardboard) 1. Crochet 4. Wool applique 3. Other Papercrafts 2. Knitted (“Penny Rugs”) SECTION 12 - MISCELLANEOUS 3. Tatted 5. Other CLASS: SECTION 3 - PLACEMATS & TABLE RUNNERS 1. Counted Cross Stitch items (other than listed in aboveCLASS: picture section) 1. Crochet 4. Wool applique 2. Bead Work (2 pieces) 2. Knitted 5. Other 3. Other 3. Quilted, patchwork or applique SECTION 13 - DOLLS SECTION 4 - PILLOWCASE (1 only) CLASS:CLASS: 1. Fabric, stuffed 1. Embroidered 3. Other 2. Crochet 2. Crochet, knitted or tatted edge 3. Dolls, Other techniques SECTION 5 - TABLECLOTH 4. Doll Clothes (not on dolls, display on heavy cardboard) 5. Handmade Miniature rooms (no houses)CLASS: 6. Handmade miniatures 1. All Crochet 3. Other 2. Embroidered SECTION 14 - ANIMALS SECTION 6 - COUCH PILLOWS CLASS: 1. Fabric, stuffed 3. KnittedCLASS: 2. Crochet 4. Other 1. Quilted, patchwork 4. Counted Cross Stitch or applique 5. Needlepoint SECTION 15 - CHRISTMAS 2. Crochet 6. Wool applique CLASS: 3. Embroidered 7. Other 1. Ornaments 4. Centerpiece SECTION 7 - PURSE OR TOTE BAG 2. Wreath 5. Tree Skirt 3. Stocking 6. DecorationCLASS: 1. Beaded 3. Embroidered SECTION 16 - OTHER HOLIDAYS 2. Needlepoint 4. Other CLASS: SECTION 8 - HANDKERCHIEF 1. Wreath 3. Decoration 2. CenterpieceCLASS: 1. Crochet or Tatted Edge 2. Other SECTION 17 - CHILDREN SECTION 9 - PICTURES CLASS: (Under 8 years) (Must have wire hangers) 1. Embroidery 8. String Art Note: sets of 2 or more may be entered as one item 2. Latch Hook items 9. Plastic Craft 3. Needlepoint 10. WallhangingCLASS: Needlepoint (no pre-worked design) 4. Seed Art 11. Pot Holder 1. Floral 5. Portrait or Figure(s) 5. Shell Art 12. Bead Work 2. Landscape 6. Graphic or Design 6. Macaroni Art 13. Plaster Craft 3. Animal 7. Motto or Saying 7. Paper Crafts 14. Other 4. Still Life SECTION 18 - CHILDRENCLASS: Crewel 8. Floral 12. Portrait or Figure(s) CLASS: (8 to 12 years) 9. Landscape 13. Graphic or Design 1. Embroidery 9. String Art10. Animal 14. Motto or Saying 2. Latch Hook items 10. Plastic Craft11. Still Life 3. Needlepoint 11. Wallhanging 4. Counted Cross Stitch 12. Plaster CraftCLASS: Counted Cross Stitch 5. Seed Art 13. Bead Work15. Floral 19. Portrait or Figure(s) 6. Shell Art 14. Stuffed Animal/Doll16. Landscape 20. Graphic or Design 7. Macaroni Art 15. Other17. Animal 21. Motto or Saying 8. Paper Crafts18. Still Life 22. SamplerCLASS: Other framed pictures23. Miscellaneous needlework techniques f 53
  • 56. DEPARTMENTS CLASS 13-14-15: 1. Purse or Wallet 4. Holster – LISTED BELOW – 2. Gun Case 5. Misc. FINE ARTS 3. Belt Paul & Judi Krieger 330-325-7613 SECTION 16 - CERAMICS - HAND MOLDED Jim & Dorothy Clites 330-947-3303 (NOT USING MOLDS) Bev & Don Kerr 330-325-1642 SECTION 17 - CERAMICS - THROWN ON A WHEELDEPT. 30 - Adult – 6 Entries Only SECTION 18 - SCULPTURE - ANY MEDIUMDEPT. 31 - Preschool/Kindergarten/1st grade – 4 Entries SECTION 19 - HAND PAINTED CHINADEPT. 32 - 2-4 grades – 4 Entries SECTION 20 - HAND PAINTED FABRICDEPT. 33 - 5-8 grades – 4 EntriesDEPT. 34 - 9-12 grades – 6 Entries SECTION 21 - STAINED GLASS (NO KITS ALLOWED)NO PAPER OR POSTERBOARD. SECTION 22 - CALLIGRAPHYENTRIES MUST BE FRAMED.WORK MUST BE ORIGINAL: no paint by number, tracingsor copies of someone else’s work.ALL EXHIBITORS: no article that has received a premium at DEPARTMENTSany previous Randolph Fair will be admitted for competition. – LISTED BELOW –You need not be a resident of Portage County to enter. PHOTOGRAPHYALL ENTRIES MUST BE PREPARED TO HANG ON HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE FOSTER BUILDINGPEGBOARD WITH SECURE HANGERS. Eye screwsand wire work best on frames and matting. NO SAW (Amateur & Professional)TOOTH, PAPER CLIPS OR STRING HANGERS WILL BE Sandy Pryor, Supt. 330-935-2115ACCEPTED. Tape and glue do not last well over fair week. Sam Crooks May, Asst. Supt.DEPARTMENTS 30 AND 34: Entries MUST be framed or DEPT. 35 - Adulton canvas board or they will not be accepted. Entries may not DEPT. 36 - Youth - Grades 1-4exceed 30" x 36" including frame. DEPT. 37 - Youth - Grades 5-8DEPARTMENTS 31, 32, AND 33: MAY BE MATTED DEPT. 38 - Youth - Grades 9-12OR FRAMED Poster board will be accepted but no paper All photographs must be taken by exhibitors. All picturesentries. Entries must not exceed 21" x 24" including frame. must be 8x10 in size. NO MATTING - NO FRAMES - NOSCULPTURES: May not exceed 20" width by 20" height by EXCEPTIONS.14" deep. Plastic sleeves will be provided for the purpose of hanging – NO ENTRY FEE – during judging. We will attach entry tags when photos are takenPremiums: 1st $2.50 & blue ribbon; 2nd $2.00 & red ribbon. in on entry day. (Make sure to bring tags with you, also please attach a label with your name to the back of the photo).ALL EXHIBITS MUST REMAIN UNTIL 8:00 SUNDAY. Ifyou have any questions about your entries, please contact one of No Photo that has received a premium at a previous Portagethe superintendents. County Randolph Fair will be admitted for competition. SECTION 1 - OIL – NO ENTRY FEE – SECTION 2 - WATER COLOR or TEMPRA Premiums: 1st $2.50 & Blue Ribbon; 2nd $2.00 & Red Ribbon. SECTION 3 - ACRYLIC ALL EXHIBITS MUST REMAIN IN PLACE UNTIL 8:00 SECTION 4 - PASTELS OR CHARCOALS P.M. ON SUNDAY.(Fixatives should be added to finished piece to prevent smearing) PHOTOGRAPHS ARE LIMITED TO THREE (3) ENTRIES SECTION 5 - PENCIL SKETCH PER PERSON DUE TO SPACE LIMITATIONS. SECTION 6 - COLORED PENCIL/MAGIC MARKER SECTION 1 - BLACK & WHITE SECTION 7 - PEN AND INK See Classes Below(Fixatives should be added to finished piece to prevent smearing) SECTION 2 - COLOR SECTION 8 - WAX CRAYONS CLASSES: FOR SECTION 1 & 2 SECTION 9 - SCRATCH WORK 1. Pets/Animal Domestic SECTION 10 - MIXED MEDIA 2. Animal Wild 3. Insect SECTION 11 - DECORATIVE PAINTING ON SLATE, 4. Flower Single/Multiple Bloom WOODEN OBJECTS, OR METAL OBJECTS 5. Water/Landscape SECTION 12 - MISCELLANEOUS 6. Skyscape (Weather, Sunrise, Sunset, Moon) 7. Building Architecture SECTION 13 - LEATHER CARVING 8. Portrait (Upper Torso) SECTION 14 - LEATHER TOOLING & STAMPING 9. People (Groups) SECTION 15 - LEATHER LACING 10. Full Length Figure (Head to Toe) 11. Patriotic 12. Architecture Farm Subject f 54
  • 57. 13. School Activities SECTION 2 - WOODBURNING/PYROGRAPHY14. Sports CLASS:15. Fair Theme 1. Picture 3. Miscellaneous16. Misc. 2. Plaque SECTION 3 - DIGITALLY ENHANCED PHOTOS SECTION 3 - WOOD CARVINGSCLASS: CLASS: (Finished or Au Naturelle - So State) 1. Animals 3. Buildings 1. Animal 9. Full Length Figure 2. Landscape 4. Other 2. Bird 10. Novelty SECTION 4 - PROFESSIONAL BLACK AND WHITE 3. Bust 11. Relief Carvings See Classes Below 4. Candlestick / Sconce 12. Specimen SECTION 5 - PROFESSIONAL COLOR 5. Cane or Walking Stick 13. ToyProfessional is defined as someone who does photography as 6. Clock - Table or Shelf 14. Other Carvinga business or earns 50% or more of his/her annual income as a 7. Flower 15. Miscellaneousphotographer. 8. Fruit or VegetableCLASSES: FOR SECTION 4 & 5 1. Portrait 4. Scenic 2. Wedding 5. Commercial/Advertisement 3. Pets/Animals 6. Computer Enhanced DEPARTMENT 41 AMATEUR FLORAL Nita Laubert, Supt. 330-877-9247 Asst’s. Laura Rogers 330-325-7542 DEPARTMENT 39 - ADULT Traci May & Jane Bedard DEPARTMENT 40 - STUDENT Flowers are to be exhibited in your own container. WOODWORKING All flowers must be grown by exhibitor. All exhibits must remain until 8:00 P.M. Sunday. Zane Lloyd, Supt. 330-824-3113 Patty Lloyd, Asst. Supt. - Trish Lloyd – NO ENTRY FEE – Premiums: 1st $2.00 & Blue Ribbon,ALL EXHIBITS MUST REMAIN IN PLACE UNTIL 8:00 2nd $1.50 & Red Ribbon,P.M. SUNDAY unless otherwise marked next to item.Please use discretion on size; Superintendent’s decision final J & P Mitchell Memorial Awardon size. J & P Mitchell Memorial Award given in memory of Pauline & JamesALL EXHIBITORS MUST SPECIFY WORK EITHER Mitchell for the many years they made entries in this department.AS ADULT OR STUDENT, FINISHED OR UNFINISHED SECTION 1 - HOUSEPLANTSWITH AGE OF EXHIBITOR. OTHERWISE THE ENTRY CLASS:WILL BE SHOWN AS AN ADULT ENTRY AND NO 1. Begonia 11. Hanging Plant - singleCHANGES WILL BE MADE ON ENTRY DAY. 2. Flowering Begonia 12. Hanging Plant -No Grandfather or Grandmother Clocks 3. Tuberous Begonia more than oneNo Kits - Must be work of exhibitor 4. Cactus - J & P Mitchell 13. Houseplant - small Memorial Award (give name)No Corner cupboards 5. Coleus - single 14. Houseplant - mediumLimit - 7 entries 6. Coleus - (give name)Premiums: 1st $2.50 & Blue Ribbon; more than 1 in 1 pot 15. Houseplant - large 2nd $2.00 & Red Ribbon. 7. Fern (give name) 8. Foliage Plant 16. Houseplant - flowering SECTION 1 - WOODWORKING 9. Geranium 17. Ivy (give name)CLASS: 10. Hanging Plant - 18. Succulent (give name) 1. Baby Cradles or Furniture 14. Novelty flowering 2. Bird Houses 15. Nut Bowls/Vases SECTION 2 - AFRICAN VIOLET 3. Intarsia 16. Plaque 4. Clocks - Shelf or Table 17. Painted Wood Art CLASS: Single or Double 5. Doll Cradle or Furniture 18. Quilt Rack 1. Blue 4. Red 6. Flower 19. Shelves 2. Pink 5. White 7. Fretwork 20. Tables - End or Coffee 3. Purple 8. Fruit or Vegetable 21. Tray - serving SECTION 3 - CUT FLOWERS - BEST SPECIMEN 9. Full Length Figure 22. Toys CLASS: One Unless listed10. Game Board 23. Wood Turnings 1. Aster - any variety 23. Hydrangea11. Jewelry 24. Miscellaneous 2. Calendula 24. Larkspur12. Magazine Rack 25. Other Furniture 3. Celosia - 3 plume 25. Lilies - any variety13. Music Box or Instruments 26. Candlesticks / Sconce 4. Chrysanthemum - 26. Marigold - Dwarf (3-4) 3 - 4 stem 27. Marigold - Large 5. Cleome 28. Nasturtium - (3-4) 6. Cone Flower 29. Petunia - Single f 55
  • 58. 7. Cosmos 30. Petunia - Double SECTION 7 - BEST COLLECTIONS 5 OR MORE 8. Coxcomb 31. Petunia - Ruffled Premiums: 1st Place $5.00 - 2nd Place $3.50 9. Dahlia 32. Phlox10. Dahlia - Cactus Flower 33. Salvia - Blue CLASS:11. Black Eyed Susan 34. Salvia - Red 1. African Violet 2. Cacti12. Dahlia - Pom Pom (2-3) 35. Scabosia - (2-3) SECTION 8 - WINDOW BOXES13. Gladioli - Orange 36. Snap Dragon Premiums: 1st Place $10.00 - 2nd Place $5.0014. Gladioli - Pink 37. Sun Flowers15. Gladioli - Purple 38. Sweet Peas Must furnish your own box. 18" x 6-1/2" x 6-1/2"16. Gladioli - Red 39. Wild Flowers No artificial flowers.17. Gladioli - White 40. Zinnia - Dahlia (1 Bloom)18. Gladioli - Yellow 41. Zinnia - Dec. Bloom SECTION 9 - BASKET OF JOY19. Gladioli - Other 42. Zinnia - Fantasy Bloom LIVE FLOWERS - 12" WIDE X 12" TALL20. Gloriosa - Single 43. Zinnia - Large Premiums: 1st Place $5.00 - 2nd Place $2.5021. Gloriosa - Double 44. Zinnia - Pom pom (3-4)22. Hibiscus SECTION 4 - ROSES, ROSESCLASS: (Best specimen - 1 bloom with foliage) 1. Miniature 7. Purple DEPARTMENT 42 2. Orange 8. More than one color in JUNIOR FLORAL 3. Pink single rose (Under 14 yrs.) 4. Red 9. Arrangement of Roses All flowers must be grown and arranged by exhibitor. 5. White 10. Collection of Roses - 6 SECTION 1 - CUT FLOWER - BEST SPECIMEN 6. Yellow CLASS: (1 unless otherwise listed)Premiums: for 9 & 10 1. Asters 12. Petunia - Ruffled 1st Place $2.50 - 2nd Place $2.00 2. Chrysanthemum 13. Salvia - Blue SECTION 5 - SILK FLOWERS (3-4 stem) 14. Salvia - RedCLASS: 3. Cosmos 15. Snapdragons 1. Bridal Arrangement 4. Single (1) hand made 4. Coxcomb 16. Wild Flowers 2. Dinner Arrangement by entrant 5. Dahlia 17. Zinnia - Pom Pom (4) 3. Line Arrangement 6. Gladioli 18. Zinnia - Large 7. Larkspur 19. Miscellaneous SECTION 6 - BEST ARRANGEMENT 8. Marigold - Dwarf (4) 20. Sunflower All arrangements with their own foliage predominately. 9. Marigold - Large 21. Black Eyed Susan No artificial material or tinting. To be in suitable container. 10. Petunia - Single 22. HydrangeaCLASS: 11. Petunia - Double 1. Asters 27. Dinner Table SECTION 2 - ARRANGEMENT 2. Calendulas 28. Driftwood 3. Celosia 29. End Table CLASS: 4. Cosmos 30. Floating Arrangement 1. Coffee Table 7. Wild Flowers 5. Coxcomb 31. Madonna Arrangement 8. Zinnia - Large (6) 6. Dahlia 32. Mantle 2. Dahlia 9. Zinnia - Pom Pom (6) 7. Daisies - Gloriosa 33. Miniature - not over 2" height 3. Floating Arrangement 10. Basket 8. Foliage 34. Miniature - not over 3" height 4. Marigold 11. Pink and Blue 9. Glads 35. One Color 5. Miniature 12. Yellow and White10. Larkspur 36. Pink & Blue (under 4" in height) 13. One Color11. Lilies 37. Pitcher 6. Petunias 14. Pitcher12. Marigold - Dwarf 38. Television SECTION 3 - ROSES, ROSES13. Marigold - Large 39. Terrarium CLASS: (Best Specimen - 1 bloom with foliage)14. Mixed Flowers 40. Twin Arrangement 1. Miniatures 5. White15. Mums 41. Yellow & White 2. Orange 6. Yellow16. Nasturtiums 42. Bouquet - Glads 3. Pink 7. Purple17. Petunias (6 or more spikes) 4. Red18. Salvia - Blue 43. Bouquet -19. Salvia - Red Old Fashion Flowers SECTION 4 - FEATURE ITEM20. Snapdragon 44. Dish Garden CLASS: Kids21. Sunflowers 45. Novelty Corner 1. Grandpa Slipper - Live Flowers22. Sweet Peas 46. Tuberous Begonia23. Zinnia - Large 47. Wild Flowers24. Zinnia - Pom Pom 48. Dried Material25. Basket26. Coffee Table f 56
  • 59. DEPARTMENT 43 SECTION 8 - BASEBALL PARAPHERNALIA 1945 AND OLDER ANTIQUES (Examples: Advertising, Giveaways, Equipment) Gracie Myers, Supt. 330-947-2794 SECTION 9 - BASKETS John & Jane DeYoung, Asst. Supts. CLASS: Lloyd Myers, Asst. Supt. 1. Woven Splint with Handle(s) 2. Woven Splint without Handles(s)NO ARTICLE THAT HAS RECEIVED PREMIUMS IN THEPAST 5 YEARS WILL BE ADMITTED TO COMPETITION! SECTION 10 - BELLSYou need not be a resident of Portage County to enter. CLASS: 1. Set of sleigh bells (on leather strap) – NO ENTRY FEE – 2. Single sleigh bellAll articles will be exhibited with proper protection from 3. Other bells (12 max)handling and possible theft. Not responsible for articles lost, SECTION 11 - BERRY SETstolen, or broken. CLASS:NEW RULE No more than 30 items per person. 1. Master and 1 SmallNo premium will be given if exhibit is considered unworthy by SECTION 12 - BISQUEthe judge. SECTION 13 - BOOKThe decision of the judge will be final in all classes. CLASS:If not sure of classification, PLEASE check with the Super- 1. Child 3. Schoolintendent BEFORE entering article. 2. Religious 4. OtherNO DEPRESSION GLASS. SECTION 14 - BOTTLESCondition and rarity are of prime importance and will be (No Avon, Jim Beam or Canning Jars)considered in the judging. CLASS:Articles MUST BE claimed from 8:00 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. 1. Bitters 4. Milk (Pints or less)Sunday evening or until noon on Monday. 2. Hand Blown 5. Pottery 3. MoldedPremiums: 1st $2.50 & Blue Ribbon; 2nd $2.00 & Red Ribbon. SECTION 15 - BRASSNo item designed for electrical operation may be entered. SECTION 16 - BRIDE BASKETBEST OF SHOW SPONSORED BY: WESTERN RESERVE SECTION 17 - BUGGYTOURS $25.00 CLASS:NEW SECTIONS ARE MARKED WITH AN ASTERISK 1. Baby 2. Doll SECTION 1 - ADVERTISING - PRE W.W.II SECTION 18 - BUTTERMOLD SECTION 2 - ANTIQUE GLASS SECTION 19 - BUTTERPATCLASS: SECTION 20 - BUTTONHOOK 1. Amber 11. Frosted SECTION 21 - BUTTONS 2. Amberina 12. Mercury SECTION 22 - CALENDARS - 1945 AND OLDER 3. Amethyst 13. Opalescent 4. Pattern Glass 14. Ruby SECTION 23 - CANDLE MOLDS 5. Blown 15. Satin SECTION 24 - CANDLESTICK 6. Bohemian 16. Slag SECTION 25 - CANES 7. Cobalt - Feature Item 17. Stretch CLASS: 8. Cranberry - Feature Item 18. Vaseline - Clear 1. Wooden 2. Glass 9. Custard 19. Vaseline - Opalescent 10. Frye 20. Other SECTION 26 - CARNIVAL GLASS SECTION 3 - ANY OHIO FAIR MEMORABILIA CLASS: No paper items. Must be dated pre-1940. 1. Light 2. Dark SECTION 4 - BABY SECTION 27 - CARPENTER TOOLSCLASS: SECTION 28 - CASTOR SET 1. Plate - alone 3. Matching cup and plate SECTION 29 - CELLULOID 2. Cup - alone SECTION 30 - CHALKWARE SECTION 5 - BADGES SECTION 31 - CHINA DATED 1945 AND OLDER CLASS: SECTION 6 - BANK 1. Basket 10. Cup & Saucer - BavarianCLASS: 2. Bowl 11. Cup & Saucer - Haviland 1. Movable 2. Still 3. Butter 12. Cup & Saucer - Other SECTION 7 - BARBER ITEMS 4. Candy 13. PitcherCLASS: 5. Celery 14. Soap Dish 1. Bottle 3. Mugs 6. Coffee Pot 15. Sugar Bowl 2. Razor 4. Other 7. Covered Vegetable 16. Vase f 57
  • 60. 8. Creamer & Sugar 17. Other SECTION 60 - FURNITURE 9. Cup (alone) (Subject to Supt. Discretion) SECTION 32 - CHOCOLATE SET CLASS: OR POT & ONE CUP 1. Baby Furniture 9. Spinning Wheel SECTION 33 - CHURN 2. Chair - Caned 10. Stand 3. Chair - Childs 11. Yarn Winder SECTION 34 - CLEAR PRESSED GLASS 4. Chair - Plank Bottom 12. WickerCLASS: 5. Piano Stool/Bench 13. Small Desk 1. Basket 7. Creamer & Sugar 6. Rocker 14. Hall Tree 2. Bowl 8. Pitcher 7. Rocker - Child’s 15. Small Chest 3. Butter 9. Spooner 8. Small Table 4. Candy 10. Vase SECTION 61 - GALVANIZED 5. Celery 11. Punch Bowl & 1 cup 6. Cup & Saucer 12. Other SECTION 62 - GOBLET SECTION 35 - CLOCKS SECTION 63 - GUN SECTION 36 - CLOISONNE CLASS: 1. Accessories 3. Other SECTION 37 - COBBLER TOOLS 2. Long Arms SECTION 38 - COFFEE MILL SECTION 64 - HAIR RECEIVER SECTION 39 - COLORED PRESSED GLASS SECTION 65 - HAT / BONNETCLASS: SECTION 66 - HATPIN HOLDER 1. Basket 7. Cup & Saucer 2. Bowl 8. Pitcher SECTION 67 - HEISEY (MARKED ONLY) 3. Butter 9. Spooner SECTION 68 - INDIAN RELIC 4. Candy 10. Vase SECTION 69 - INKWELL 5. Celery 11. Punch Bowl & 1 cup SECTION 70 - SMOOTHING IRONS - NO CORDS 6. Creamer & Sugar 12. Other SECTION 71 - IRONSTONE SECTION 40 - COMPOTECLASS: SECTION 72 - IRONWARE 1. Open 2. Closed SECTION 73 - IVORY - BONE SECTION 41 - COMPASS - DIRECTIONAL SECTION 74 - JEWELRY SECTION 42 - COPPER CLASS: 1. Bar Pin 8. Necklace SECTION 43 - COVERED ANIMAL DISH 2. Bracelet 9. Ring SECTION 44 - CRACKER JAR 3. Brooch 10. Stickpin SECTION 45 - CROCKS AND JUGS 4. Cufflinks 11. Watch Fob SECTION 46 - HAND CROCHETED 5. Cameo 12. Lady’s Watch TABLECLOTH / BEDSPREAD 6. Hatpin 13. Man’s Watch 7. Medal 14. Earrings SECTION 47 - CRUET SECTION 75 - KITCHEN UTENSIL SECTION 48 - CUT GLASS SECTION 76 - KNIFE RESTCLASS: 1. Basket 6. Celery SECTION 77 - LADLES 2. Bowl 7. Creamer & Sugar SECTION 78 - LAMP 3. Butter 8. Pitcher CLASS: 4. Candy 9. Vase 1. China 5. Metal 5. Carafe 10. Other 2. Clear Glass 6. Milk Glass SECTION 49 - DAGUERROTYPE 3. Colored Glass 7. Miniature Picture on silver or copper plate. 4. Handpainted 8. Hand Blown SECTION 50 - DOORSTOP SECTION 79 - LANTERNS SECTION 51 - DRESSER ACCESSORIES CLASS: 1. Railroad (must be marked with RR Insignia SECTION 52 - ENAMELED WARE - GRANITE 2. Other SECTION 53 - FAN - HAND HELD SECTION 80 - LAUNDRY ITEMS SECTION 54 - FARM TOOL - SMALL 24 INCHES HEIGHT MAX. SECTION 55 - FIGURINE SECTION 81 - LEATHER SECTION 56 - FISHING LURES SECTION 82 - LICENSE PLATES - PRE-1917 SECTION 57 - FLO BLUE - FEATURE ITEM SECTION 83 - LUNCH BOX SECTION 58 - FRAMED FANCY MARRIAGE OR SECTION 84 - LUSTER WARE DEATH CERTIFICATE SECTION 85 - MATCH SAFE - MATCH HOLDER SECTION 59 - FRAMED ANCESTOR PHOTO SECTION 86 - MILK GLASS OVAL FRAME f 58
  • 61. SECTION 87 - MINIATURE - UNDER 2" 2. Baby 6. EmbroideredCLASS: 3. Counterpane 7. Pieced 1. Brass 7. Pottery 4. Coverlet - woven 8. Tied 2. China 8. Tin SECTION 110 - RADIO 3. Clear Glass 9. Wood Before 1927 - battery operated 4. Colored Glass 10. Copper SECTION 111 - RAILROAD MEMORABILIA 5. Iron 11. Others Pre-1950, 25# max 6. Ivory SECTION 112 - ROSEBOWL SECTION 88 - MUSIC BOX SECTION 113 - SALESMAN’S SAMPLE SECTION 89 - HAND HELD MUSIC INSTRUMENTS PRE W.W.II SECTION 114 - SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS SECTION 90 - MUSTACHE CUP SECTION 115 - SALTS SECTION 91 - NAPKIN RING SECTION 116 - SAMPLER SECTION 92 - NUTCRACKER SECTION 117 - SCALES - SMALL SECTION 93 - OPTICAL ITEMS SECTION 118 - SCHOOL ARTICLE – (other than books) (other than spectacles) SECTION 119 - SEWING ARTICLE SECTION 94 - PAPERWEIGHT SECTION 120 - SHAVING MUG SECTION 95 - PERFUME BOTTLE SECTION 121 - SILVER SECTION 96 - PEWTER SECTION 122 - SNUFF BOX SECTION 97 - PHONOGRAPHS SECTION 123 - SOAPSTONE (no electric cords) SECTION 124 - GLASS SECTION 98 - PICKLE CASTOR CLASS: SECTION 99 - PILL BOX 1. SOUVENIR GLASS 2. CHINACLASS: SECTION 125 - SPECTACLES 1. Metal 3. Glass 2. China SECTION 126 - SPITTOON SECTION 100 - PINS SECTION 127 - STEINCLASS: SECTION 128 - STEREOSCOPE 1. Advertising 3. Political SECTION 129 - SUGAR SHAKER 2. Commemorative SECTION 130 - SWORD SECTION 101 - PIPES SECTION 131 - SYRUP SECTION 102 - PITCHER & WASHBOWL SECTION 132 - TEAPOT - ALONE SECTION 103 - PLATE SECTION 133 - TEAPOT - SETCLASS: (TEAPOT, CREAMER, SUGAR) 1. Animal 7. Flower SECTION 134 - TEA STRAINER 2. Cake 8. Fruit 3. Cake Stand 9. Portrait SECTION 135 - TELEPHONE (WOODEN ONLY) 4. Clear Pressed Glass 10. Scenic SECTION 136 - TIN 5. Colored Pressed Glass 11. Patriotic SECTION 137 - TOASTER (NO CORDS) 6. Cup Plate 12. Other SECTION 138 - TOOTHPICK HOLDER SECTION 104 - PLATTER SECTION 139 - TOY SECTION 105 - POST CARD CLASS:CLASS: 1. Doll 9. Sled 1. Album 2. Single 2. Doll Furniture 10. Stuffed Animals SECTION 106 - POTTERY 3. Game (in original box) 11. Tea Set - in original boxCLASS: 4. Hard Rubber 12. Tin 1. Majolica 3. Hull 5. Cast Iron 13. Wind Up 2. Roseville 4. Other 6. Marbles 14. Wooden SECTION 107 - PRIMITIVE 7. Riding 15. Other Items needed for everyday living made by hands - 8. Rocking Horse not manufactured. SECTION 140 - TRAINS SECTION 108 - PURSE 1945 and older locomotive and one car max.CLASS: SECTION 141 - TRUNK 1. Beaded 3. Other SECTION 142 - TUMBLER 2. Mesh 4. Accessory SECTION 143 - VINTAGE WATERFOWL SECTION 109 - QUILT SECTION 144 - WATER SET - LG. PITCHER & 1 GLASSCLASS: SECTION 145 - WINE GLASS 1. Appliqued 5. Crazy f 59
  • 62. SECTION 146 - WOODENWARE All exhibits must remain in place until 8:00 P.M. Sunday. (ITEMS USED IN FOOD PREPARATION) No Dollhouse or buildings. SECTION 147 - WRITING PENS COLLECTIONS MUST BE FASTENED IN OR MOUNTEDCLASS: ON A SUITABLE CONTAINER OR MOUNTED SECURELY 1. Ink Dip 2. Fountain ON CARDS. SECTION 148 - BLACKSMITH TOOLS PLEASE NOTE SIZE LIMITS: SECTION 149 - LADIES HAIR CARE ITEMS 1. Max base size - 400 sq. in. (Example: 30" x 13.3" or 20" x 20") 2. Max depth - 20", Max Height - 30", Max Width - 30" Premiums: 1st $2.00 & Blue Ribbon; SPECIAL FOR 2011 2nd $1.50 & Red Ribbon. PORTAGE COUNTY SPORTS MEMORABILIA PRE 1945 Department 44 1. Paper 3. Awards Exhibitors shall be 5 through 9 yrs. old 2. Clothing 4. OtherIdentify item entered by township, school, sponsor, or city SECTION 1 - COLLECTIONSrepresented. CLASS:No special award besides red and blue ribbons will awarded; 1. Fossils, Rocks or Minerals 5. Buttons (badges)these items will be featured as a special display in the (no purchased displays) 6. Post CardsAntiques. 2. Stickers 7. Legos 3. Match Box Toys 8. Construct 4. Shells 9. Sports Cards 10. Animals 15. Pencils 11. Dolls 16. Butterflies or Moths 12. Figurines 17. Pokemon PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD 13. Trolls 18. Other Cards 14. Beanie Babies People passing by would vote on 12 finalists SECTION 2 - MISCELLANEOUS HOBBIES selected by judges. SECTION 3 - MODEL CARS “Mystery Items” CLASS: 1. Stock & Modified 6. Novelty NO PREMIUM 2. Indy or Grand Prix 7. Sport Can You Identify This 3. Dragster 8. Antique - pre-1955 4. Show - customized 9. Classic ??? Bring items to display that you can’t identify 5. Funny Car 10. Antique Trucks SECTION 4 - MODEL PLANES (not over 36" wing span) CLASS: and let others try to guess what it is. 1. Planes 3. Helicopter 2. Rockets SECTION 5 - MODEL SHIPS SECTION 6 - MODEL TRUCKS DEPARTMENTS SECTION 7 - FARM EQUIPMENT - LISTED BELOW - CLASS: COLLECTIONS & HOBBIES 1. Tractors 2. Farm Equipment - all Cheryle & Frank Bober, Supts. 330-297-0870 SECTION 8 - CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Kris Lovejoy, Asst. Supt. 330-298-2959 SECTION 9 - TRAINSDept. 44 - 5 through 9 yrs. SECTION 10 - MISCELLANEOUS MODELSDept. 45 - 10 through 13 yrs.Dept. 46 - 14 through 17 yrs.Dept. 47 - Over 18 yrs. Department 45No article that has received premiums at any previous Randolph Exhibitors shall be 10 through 13 yrs. oldFair will be admitted to competition. Entries taken at the SECTION 1 - COLLECTIONSdiscretion of superintendents. CLASS:Not responsible for articles lost, stolen or broken. 1. Fossils, Rocks or Minerals 10. LegosOnly one entry will be permitted by any one exhibitor in (no purchased displays) 11. Constructany one class, but an exhibitor may enter as many classes as 2. Stickers 12. Sports Cardsdesired with one container per entry. 3. Key Rings 13. Animals 4. Match Box Toys 14. DollsAll models must be built by the exhibitor. f 60
  • 63. 5. Butterflies or moths 15. Figurines SECTION 5 - MODEL SHIPS 6. Shells 16. Pencils SECTION 6 - TRUCKS 7. Coins 17. Pokemon CLASS: 8. Buttons (badges) 18. Other 1. Straight 4. Pickup 9. Post Cards 2. Truck Tractor 5. Tractor & Trailer SECTION 2 - MISCELLANEOUS HOBBIES 3. 4 Wheel Drive 6. Military Vehicles SECTION 3 - MODEL CARS SECTION 7 - FARM EQUIPMENTCLASS: CLASS: 1. Stock & Modified 6. Novelty 1. Tractors 2. Equipment - all 2. Indy or Grand Prix 7. Sports Cars 3. Dragster 8. Antique - pre-1955 SECTION 8 - CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 4. Show - Customized 9. Classic SECTION 9 - MODEL TRAINS 5. Funny Cars 10. Antique Trucks (must be fastened on a board - less than 30" long) SECTION 4 - MODEL PLANES SECTION 10 - MISCELLANOUS MODELSCLASS: 1. Planes 3. Helicopters 2. Rockets Department 47 SECTION 5 - MODEL SHIPS (Exhibitors shall be over 18 yrs. old) SECTION 6 - MODEL TRUCKS SECTION 1 - COLLECTIONSCLASS: CLASS: 1. 4 Wheel Drive 4. Military Vehicles 1. Fossils, Rocks or Minerals 10. Sweat Shirts 2. Pickups 5. Straight & Panel (no purchased displays) 11. Holiday Items 3. Tractor & Trailer 2. Indian Arrowheads 12. Animals 3. Shells 13. Cups or Mugs SECTION 7 - FARM EQUIPMENT 4. Stamps 14. FigurinesCLASS: 5. Coins 15. Salt & Pepper Shakers 1. Tractors 2. Equipment - all 6. Buttons 16. Bottles SECTION 8 - CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 7. Post Cards 17. Dolls SECTION 9 - TRAINS 8. Spoons 18. Butterflies or Moths (must be fastened on a board) 9. Baskets 19. Key or Watch FobsCLASS: SECTION 2 - MISCELLANEOUS HOBBIES 1. Model Trains less than 24" long CLASS: SECTION 10 - MISCELLANEOUS MODELS 1. Stage Coach 2. Others SECTION 3 - MODEL CARS CLASS: Department 46 1. Stock & Modified 7. Novelty (Exhibitors shall be 14 through 17 yrs. old) 2. Indy or Grand Prix 8. Sports SECTION 1 - COLLECTIONS 3. Dragster 9. Antique - pre-1955CLASS: 4. Metal 10. Classic 1. Fossils, Rocks or Minerals 7. Coins 5. Show - Customized 11. Antique Trucks (no purchased displays) 8. Buttons - badges 6. Funny 2. Key Rings 9. Post Cards SECTION 4 - MODEL PLANES 3. Figurines 10. Baskets (not over 36" wing span) 4. Butterflies or moths 11. Sweat Shirts CLASS: 5. Shells 12. Animals 1. Planes 4. Military Propeller 6. Stamps 13. Dolls 2. Rockets 5. Military Jet SECTION 2 - MISCELLANEOUS HOBBIES 3. Helicopter SECTION 3 - MODEL CARS SECTION 5 - MODEL SHIPSCLASS: SECTION 6 - TRUCKS 1. Stock & Modified 6. Novelty CLASS: 2. Indy or Grand Prix 7. Sports Cars 1. Straight 4. Pickup 3. Dragster 8. Antique - pre-1955 2. Truck Tractor 5. Tractor & Trailer 4. Show - Customized 9. Classic 3. 4 Wheel Drive 6. Military Vehicles 5. Funny Cars 10. Antique Trucks SECTION 7 - FARM EQUIPMENT SECTION 4 - MODEL PLANES CLASS: (Not over 36" wing span) 1. Tractors 2. Equipment - allCLASS: SECTION 8 - MISCELLANOUS MODELS 1. Planes 4. Military Propeller 2. Rockets 5. Military Jet SECTION 9 - MODEL TRAINS 3. Helicopter (must be fastened on a board - less than 24" long) f 61
  • 64. 64General GeneralParking Parking f 62 1. Hubbard Bldg. Restrooms 16. Beef & Llama Display 42. Ag. Bldg. & 4-H Dairy Stand 56. Mansfield Bldg. 2. Fruits & Veg. 4-H, FFA Bldg. 17. Sheep & Swine Show Arena 43. County Firefighters 57. 4-H Small Animals 3. Antique Bldg. & Schools 18. Open Sheep 44. Junior Fair Board Office Concession Booth 4. Foster Bldg.–Crafts & 15B 19. Beef Barn 45. Antique Power Show 58. P.C. Agricultural Memorial Schools 20. Wash Rack 46. Maintenance Bldg. Park 5. Ray Beech Hall–Floral, Arts, 21. Milking Parlor & Dairy Cattle 47. Rabbit Habbit 59. Open Rabbits & Open Goats & Baked Goods 22-23 Dairy Cattle 48. Rootstown Lions Club 60-61 Junior Fair Saddle Horse 5A. ATM Location 24-25-26 Junior Fair Swine 49. Waterloo Athletic Assn. Barns 6. Entertainment Center 27. Junior Fair Sheep 50. Atwater Athletic Assn. 62. Draft Horse Barn 7. Sheriff’s Office 28-36 Junior Fair Saddle Horse 51. Randolph Hot Stove 63. Scales 8. Fair Office Barns 52. Main Restrooms & First Aid 64. Draft Horse Ring 9. Merchants Bldg. 37. Horse Concession Booth 53A Information Booth (East) & 10. 4-H Office 38. Horse Ring Pavilions Souvenir Shoppe 11-12 Dog & Goat Barn 39. Picnic Pavilion 53B Information Booth & 13. Jr. Fair Beef 40. Hoffman House Restrooms Souvenir Shoppe 14. Hamilton Arena & First Aid 54. Storage Bldg. 15A. South Arena 41. Maplewood JVS Bldg. 55. Dining Hall *WHERE NECESSARY – The Randolph Fair Board reserves the right to change events or times listed in the Official Program when due to conditions beyond their control.
  • 65. 2011 OHIO AGRICULTURAL FAIR CHRONOLOGICAL SCHEDULE * Harness Racing WEEK OF JUNE 12 Ashtabula County Fair (Jefferson)* Aug. 9 -14Paulding County Fair (Paulding)* June 13 -18 Erie County Fair (Sandusky) Aug. 9 -14Pickaway County Fair (Circleville)* June 18 -25 Henry County Fair (Napoleon)* Aug. 12 -18 WEEK OF JUNE 19 Mercer County Fair (Celina)* Aug. 12 -18Putnam County Fair (Ottawa)* June 20 -25 Miami County Fair (Troy)* Aug. 12 -18 WEEK OF JUNE 26 WEEK OF AUGUST 14Trumbull County Fair (Cortland) June 29 - July 4 Muskingum County Fair (Zanesville)* Aug. 14 -20 Huron County Fair (Norwalk) Aug. 15 -20 WEEK OF JULY 3 Meigs County Fair (Pomeroy)* Aug. 15 -20Marion County Fair (Marion)* July 4 - 9 Jefferson County Fair (Smithfield) Aug. 16 -21Harrison County Fair (Cadiz) July 5 - 9 Lake County Fair (Painesville)* Aug. 16 -21Clinton County Fair (Wilmington)* July 9 -16 Allen County Fair (Lima)* Aug. 19 -27Lawrence County Fair (Proctorville) July 9 -16 Darke County Fair (Greenville)* Aug. 19 -27Madison County Fair (London)* July 9 -16 Defiance County Fair (Hicksville)* Aug. 20 -27 WEEK OF JULY 10 WEEK OF AUGUST 21Logan County Fair (Bellefontaine)* July 11-17 Monroe County Fair (Woodsfield)* Aug. 22 -27Jackson County Fair (Wellston)* July 15 -23 Lorain County Fair (Wellington)* Aug. 22 -28Franklin County Fair (Hilliard)* July 16 -23 Portage County Fair (Randolph) Aug. 23 -28 WEEK OF JULY 17 Sandusky County Fair (Fremont) Aug. 23 -28Adams County Fair (West Union) July 17-23 WEEK OF AUGUST 28Crawford County Fair (Bucyrus)* July 17-23 Noble County Fair (Caldwell)* Aug. 29 - Sept. 3Perry County Fair (New Lexington) July 18 -23 Morrow County Fair (Mt. Gilead)* Aug. 29 - Sept. 5Warren County Fair (Lebanon)* July 18 -23 Stark County Fair (Canton)* Aug. 30 - Sept. 5Carroll County Fair (Carrollton)* July 18 -24 Hancock County Fair (Findlay)* Aug. 31 - Sept. 5Fayette County Fair (Washington C.H.)* July 18 -24 Mahoning County Fair (Canfield)* Aug. 31 - Sept. 5Ottawa County Fair (Oak Harbor)* July 18 -24 Montgomery County Fair (Dayton)* Aug. 31 - Sept. 5Clark County Fair (Springfield) July 22 -29 Richwood Independent Fair (Union Co.)* Aug. 31 - Sept. 5 WEEK OF JULY 24 Van Wert County Fair (Van Wert)* Aug. 31 - Sept. 5Butler County Fair (Hamilton) July 24 -30 Geauga County Fair (Burton)* Sept. 1- 5Clermont County Fair (Owensville) July 24 -30 Fulton County Fair (Wauseon)* Sept. 2 -8Knox County Fair (Mt. Vernon)* July 24 -30 Washington County Fair (Marietta)* Sept. 3 -6Shelby County Fair (Sidney)* July 24 -30 Highland County Fair (Hillsboro) Sept. 3 -10Union County Fair (Marysville)* July 24 -30 WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 4Seneca County Fair (Tiffin)* July 24 -31 Morgan County Fair (McConnelsville)* Sept. 6 -10Vinton County Fair (McArthur) July 25-30 Belmont County Fair (St. Clairsville) Sept. 6 -11Lucas County Fair (Maumee) July 26 -31 Hardin County Fair (Kenton)* Sept. 6 -11Summit County Fair (Tallmadge)* July 26 -31 Albany Independent Fair (Athens Co.) Sept. 7-11Ohio State Fair (Columbus)* July 27 - Aug. 7 Wayne County Fair (Wooster)* Sept. 10 -15Pike County Fair (Piketon)* July 30 - Aug. 6 Williams County Fair (Montpelier)* Sept. 10 -17Preble County Fair (Eaton)* July 30 - Aug. 6 WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 11 WEEK OF JULY 31 Hocking County Fair (Logan) Sept. 12 -17Auglaize County Fair (Wapakoneta)* July 31 - Aug. 6 Guernsey County Fair (Old Washington)* Sept. 12 -18Greene County Fair (Xenia)* July 31 - Aug. 6 Wyandot County Fair (Upper Sandusky)* Sept. 13 -18Gallia County Fair (Gallipolis) Aug. 1- 6 Bellville Independent Fair (Richland Co.) Sept. 14 -17Columbiana County Fair (Lisbon)* Aug. 1-7 Delaware County Fair (Delaware)* Sept. 17-24Medina County Fair (Medina) Aug. 1-7Wood County Fair (Bowling Green)* Aug. 2 -8 WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 18Champaign County Fair (Urbana)* Aug. 5 -12 Ashland County Fair (Ashland)* Sept. 18 -24Athens County Fair (Athens)* Aug. 5 -13 Tuscarawas County Fair (Dover)* Sept. 19 -25Ross County Fair (Chillicothe)* Aug. 6 -13 Barlow Independent Fair (Washington Co.) Sept. 22 -25 WEEK OF AUGUST 7 WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 25Hartford Independent Fair (Licking Co.)* Aug. 7-13 Brown County Fair (Georgetown) Sept. 26 - Oct. 1Richland County Fair (Mansfield)* Aug. 7-13 Coshocton County Fair (Coshocton)* Sept. 30 - Oct. 6Holmes County Fair (Millersburg) Aug. 8 -13 WEEK OF OCTOBER 2Scioto County Fair (Lucasville) Aug. 8 -13 Loudonville Independent Fair (Ashland Co.) Oct. 4 -8Cuyahoga County Fair (Berea)* Aug. 8 -14 WEEK OF OCTOBER 9Attica Independent Fair (Seneca Co.)* Aug. 9 -13 Fairfield County Fair (Lancaster)* Oct. 9 -15Hamilton County Fair (Carthage) Aug. 9 -13 f 63
  • 66. The Portage County - Randolph Fair Board sincerely thanks all of our Advertisers and those who have sponsored Trophies. 2010 - TROPHY SPONSORS PAUL ADELMAN TRUCKING – RandolphCUSTOM LASER ENGRAVED MEMORIES – Alliance DAWSON’S TACK SHOP – Atwater DEERFIELD FARMS – Deerfield DILLON INVESTMENTS – Rootstown DONE RIGHT JANITORIAL – Rootstown EAST MANUFACTURING CORP. – Randolph ELDRETH PHOTOGRAPHY – Suffield HARTVILLE HARDWARE – Hartville HYDE’S AUTOMOTIVE – Randolph LANG’S LAWN & GARDEN – Randolph LEPPO RENTS – Tallmadge - Canton PETTIGREW FEED & SUPPLY – Rootstown RODENBUCHER TRACTOR REPAIR – Randolph SCHNEIDERS MILL – Louisville SCHOTTS FEED & SUPPLY – Alliance f 64
  • 67. Welcome to Portage County!We hope you have a safe and enjoyable visit to the Portage County Randolph Fair Commissioner Commissioner CommissionerMaureen T. Frederick Tommie Jo Marsilio Chris Smeiles Portage County Board of Commissioners 449 South Meridian Street Ravenna, Ohio 44266 Phone: (330) 297-3600 www.co.portage.oh.us Portage County offers possibilities for growth and accomplishment. Explore Discover. Succeed. This ad paid for by the personal funds of the Commissioners f 65
  • 68. CONGRATULATIONS!!Another Great Randolph Fair Portage County Auditor Janet Esposito It’s fair to say, this is the Best Fair in Ohio!! Janet Esposito Portage County Auditor Visit our Fair Booth in the Merchant Building OFFICE: 330-297-3561 E-Mail: jesposito@portageco.com Log on at: www.co.portage.oh.us f 66
  • 69. PORTAGE COUNTY SHERIFF DAVID DOAK Sheriff Dave Doak and his staff would like to welcome you to the Portage County Randolph Fair.BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL 2011 FAIR! E-MAIL: DDOAK@PORTAGECO.COM Web Site: www.co.portage.oh.us/sheriff EMERGENCY 9-1-1Paid for by the David W. Doak for Sheriff Committee. Charlene Pittman, Treasurer, 6783 Peck Road, Ravenna, OH 44266 Your Land is in good hands at the RECORDERS OFFICE See you at the Fair!Bonnie M. Howe Portage County Recorder Paid for by B. Howe f 67
  • 70. PH. 330-325-7980 “Birdie Shack” EDINBURG Putt-r-Golf DILLON 2567 St. Rt. 59 Ravenna, Ohio AUTO 44266 6465 TALLMADGE ROAD Open 7 Days a WeekROOTSTOWN, OHIO 44272 “Miniature Golf • Driving Range PAINT Batting Cages • Bankshot Basketball” Ice Cream Shoppe TUNE-UPS Len & Dee Polichena BRAKES (330) 678-3838 EXHAUST Across from WalMart ◆ Vacuum & Broom Sweeping ◆ Street Flushing Portage County ◆ Litter Control ◆ Snow Removal Educational Service Center ◆ De-Icing 330-297-1436 TEL: (330) 798-9200 Serving FAX: (330) 798-9378 WEB: www.buckeyesweeping.com Educational Needs 1071 Eastwood Avenue for 97 Years Akron, Ohio 44305 f 68
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  • 72. RUFENER FARMS Fertilizer Lime Custom Combining TruckingCARL RUFENER, JR. 679 Congress Lake RoadMOGADORE, OHIO 44260Phone (Akron) 330-628-1689 f 70
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  • 74. Welcome to the 2011 Portage County Randolph Fair! Western Reserve Tours is your local connection for interesting, affordable and fun motorcoach tours from Randolph and the surrounding areas. Let us help you plan your next group adventure, girlfriends’ day out or a leisurely day trip just for you! Travel . . . the perfect freedom! Western Reserve Tours P.O. Box 249 Randolph, Oh. 44265 330-325-7330 busmom@sbcglobal.net Sandy Herring, BusMom www.westernreservetours.com f 72
  • 75. LANG’S Mike and Dave Lang AUTOMOTIVE, LAWN TRACTOR, MOWER REPAIRS1407 State Route 44 • P.O. Box 495 Randolph, Ohio 44265 330-325-1700 f 73
  • 76. HYDE’S AUTOMOTIVE Certified NAPA Parts CAR · TRUCK · FARM · HEAVY EQUIPMENT PROPANE WELDING EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES & GASES Paul & Paula Hyde - Owners 330-325-0332 3984 Waterloo Rd., Randolph, OH 44265ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC SCHOOL ~ RANDOLPH 2617 Waterloo Road • Mogadore, OH 44260 330-628-9555 www.stjoerandolph.org Mrs. Dee Demyan, Principal Preschool 3, 4, & 5 year olds All Day Kindergarten K thru 8th grades Small Student / Teacher Ratio Art / Foreign Language / Computer Lab Before and After School care Diocese Accreditation State Standard Based Curriculum Alumni Honors: National Merit Scholars Society National Honor High School Valedictorians Busing From Waterloo, Field, Ravenna, Rootstown Sports / Athletics / Scouting Hot Lunch Program NOW ENROLLING FOR 2011 - 2012 SCHOOL YEAR St. Joseph School was established in 1832 f 74
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  • 78. ✰ Trustees &The Officer ✰ Fiscal welcome you to Randolph Township We hope you enjoy the Portage County - Randolph Fair and our Community. Roger Klodt Michael T. Lang Susan White Mary Rodenbucher, F.O.✰ ✰ f76
  • 79. Battaglia Construction, Inc. New Homes, Additions, Pole, Brick, Block Buildings, Horse Barns, Dairy Barns, Riding Arenas, Garages Any Size & Style Site Preparations – Concrete Driveways Quality Amish CraftsmanCommercial - Residential - Agricultural Office: 330-297-5477 Fax: 330-297-7028 E-mail: BattagliaConstruction@yahoo.com Financing Available Bonded & Insured Angelo Battaglia 330-221-7239 f 77
  • 80. HARTVILLE ELEVATOR CO. JUST RIGHT FEED – OUR OWN MIX “ONCE TASTED – NEVER WASTED” CUSTOM GRINDING FEED – SEED – FERTILIZER – LIME POND WEED CONTROL PASTURE GRASS MIXES HIGH QUALITY LAWN GRASS SEEDS LAWN & GARDEN SUPPLIES WATER SOFTENER SALT HOME HEATING OIL – KEROSENE DIESEL FUEL – ON ROAD OR OFF ROAD REGULAR OR PREMIUM ON THE SQUARE IN HARTVILLE 111 North Prospect Avenue · P.O. Box 57 Hartville, Ohio 44632-0057 MON – FRI 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. SAT 8 a.m. – NOON 330-877-9320 or 1-800-232-9320 f 78
  • 81. Bobcat of Canton 330-456-6800 1534 Shepler Church Ave SW 1-800-453-7762 Bobcat of Cleveland 216-663-9380 5095 Taylor Drive Bedford Hts 1-866-422-2700 Bobcat of Cleveland-West 440-365-8311 1219 Taylor Street 1-800-714-7243 Bobcat of Wooster 330-264-6474 480 West Henry Street 1-800-466-7452 Bobcat of Youngstown 330-799-2555 330 North Meridian Road 1-800-453-7763 PORTAGE COUNTYVETERANS SERVICE COMMISSION KNOW YOUR BENEFITS COME SEE US ABOUT FEDERAL CLAIMS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE DISABILITY COMPENSATION TRANSPORTATION TO VA CLINICSGI BILL WIDOWS BENEFITS BURIAL BENEFITS ETC. 449 S. MERIDIAN ST. RAVENNA, OH 44266 330-297-3545 f 79
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  • 83. Since 1929 • ALL GRADES WASHED SAND & GRAVEL • MASON SAND • LIMESTONE • TOP SOIL • BASEBALL MIX 330-274-8224 FAX No. 274-8404 3828 DUDLEY ROAD Shooter Truck MANTUA, OHIO Available Since 1929, putting natural materials to use, leaving nature at its best.Lisa’s Temporary Tattoos Celebrating Airbrushed tattoos $4.00 and up 1961-2011 5O YEARS Many colors Designs for all ages Family Owned and Operated with Pride for 50 years. We appreciate your business.Located by the main restroom, on the west side, near the Politian tents. THE GARDEN SPOT 7291 St. Rt. 14 Come see me at the Fair! Ravenna, Ohio 330-296-3603 f 81
  • 84. RAVENNAESTABLISHED 1931 OIL CO. 102 E. LAKE ST. Brand Quality Farm Lubes & Fuel COMING THRU FOR YOU! SERVING PORTAGE COUNTY FOR 80 YEARSFARM • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL • INDUSTRIAL FOR OIL FOR FURNACE DELIVERY SERVICE 330-296-9618 330-296-9610 1-800-589-FUELGASOLINES, #2 HEATING OIL, #1 DYED HEATING OIL • ON AND OFF HIGHWAY DIESEL FUELS • K-1 KEROSENE • BURNER SERVICE • MODERN DELIVERY TRUCKS • QUALITY SERVICE • DUST CONTROL f 82
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  • 86. Deerfield Farms Service, Inc. Our Hearts have always Our Hearts have always have always 9041 US Route 224 • P.O. Box 155 been in Our Community. been in Our Community. been in Deerfield, OH 44411 We may have a new look, but you’ll • Hardware (330) 584-4715 still receive the same great value, selection • Extensive Tool and Repair and service we’ve always provided. Our Center • Kitchen and Bath Center family has been doing business in Hartville • Lawn and Garden Center Grain Handling Equipment - and living here - for 72 years, now. And • Outdoor Equipment and that’s the way it’s going to stay. Repair Center So, stop by and say hello. And walk • Housewares and SmallFertilizer & Crop Protection Products Appliances through all the different departments in our • Tool and Equipment Rental Grain Bins & Feed Bins Home Center, to see how we support your • Work Clothes work, hobbies and home life. • Acres of LumberCustom Application & Soil Sampling Buy & Sell Grain Full Line of Seed Serving Portage County for 50 years HARTVILLE HARDWARE 940 W. Maple St. Rt. 619, Hartville, Oh 44632 330-877-3631 www.deerfieldfarms.com www.hartvillehardware.com www.hartvilletool.com Call Us For Your Drainage Supplies! 9271 Edison St. Louisville, Ohio 44641Specializing in Italian Sausage (330) 935-0179 Sandwiches at Fairs and Fax (330) 935-2555 Festivals for over 40 years. “Smile - God Loves You” DiRusso’s Sausage Inc. Youngstown, Ohio 44502 SCOTT & MARCI www.dirussos.com SCHWINN f 84
  • 87. M & J MEDICAL SUPPLY 251 WEST MAIN ST. RA VENNA OH 44266 PH: 330-297-9450 FAX: 330-297-9455 HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. SCOOTER RENTALS “NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED” Stop by our booth in the Merchant’s Building located next to the “RADA KNIFE GUY & THE SHERIFF” HOUR: $8.00 FULL DAY: $40.00 (5+Hours) WEEK: $200.00 (Tuesday – Sunday) $5.00 FULL DAY RENTAL WE TAKE RESERVATIONS Please call our office location to Reserve Your Scooter for Senior Day!!! PUPPY LOVE BARKERY Gourmet Dog Treats “Your Best Friend Deserves Them!” Stop by our booth in the Merchant’s Building located next to “RADA KNIFE GUY & THE SHERIFF” & check out all of our flavors!!! 1 Small Bone “FREE” With Purchase Of 1 Large Bone Puppy Love Barkery Specializes In:Handmade gourmet treats, we use all human grade ingredients, corn free, no fillers no preservatives. f 85
  • 88. PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE AGENTJACK KOHL AGENCY Real EstateServing Portage County Since 1954 141 East Main St. Ravenna, Ohio 44266 Phone: (330) 296-9996 1-800-222-9811 www.jkohlre.com f 86
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  • 90. WHITE’SFARM SUPPLYSee us for your lawn & farm supply needs. During the week of the fair visit our display & see us for Sales. 5828 Waterloo Rd. Atwater, Ohio 330-947-2162 f 88
  • 91. WHITE’S FARM SUPPLYSee us for your farm equipment.Massey-FergusonHesston Farm EquipmentBolens & Troybilt Lawn & Garden TractorsCentral Tractor Discount Parts & SuppliesStihl Chain Saws & TrimmersWoods Mowers & BladesBeffco RotovatorsKilbros Gravity Boxes & Running GearsDumman Loaders & Tillage ToolsFarmhand-Grinders MixersM.C. Rotary Scythes, Shredders, MowersHudson Brothers Equipment TrailersBriggs & Kohler, Tecumseh Small Engine PartsWhite New Idea EquipmentCub CadetSteinerKnight-SpreadersWhite Outdoor ProductsGood Selection of Used Equipment f 89
  • 92. Services: Services: Stahl’s Semi-Dump Tanker Tandem-Dump VanFarm Market Flatbed LowboyHomegrown Apples, Peaches, Asparagus, Sweet Corn, PAUL ADELMAN Pumpkins, Bedding Plants and much more. TRUCKING, INC. 10780 N. Johnson Road N. Benton, OH 44449 330-584-2077 4129 Waterloo Rd. Box 370 Randolph, Ohio 44265 4560 State Route 14 Ravenna, OH 44266 (330) 325-7470 330-325-0640 (330) 325-7739 www.stahlsfarmmarket.com Fax: (330) 325-8713 Stamm Contracting Co., Inc. from foundation to finish since 1913 Now Specializing in Decorative Concrete Stamping • Stenciling • Colored Concrete Concrete Replacement & New Construction Driveways • Sidewalks • Patios • Pool Decks READY MIXED CONCRETE Commercial • Residential • Industrial Construction P: 330-274-8230 • 1-800-345-5328 www.stammcontracting.com 4566 Orchard Street • Mantua, Ohio f 90
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  • 95. Custom Feed Mixes at our PropaneOle Mill Tanks Filled 330-325-1262Come see us in the AG Building (next to the 4-H Ice Cream) f 93
  • 96. The 14-76 Auto Exchange Proudly SupportsThe Portage County Randolph Fair and 4-H Programs. f94
  • 97. COIA Implement Sales, Inc 3974 Summit Road, Ravenna, OH 44266 330-296-5280 • PICK-UP & DELIVERYwww.coiaimplement.com f 95
  • 98. INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Goodell Family Adelman, Paul Trucking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90 Farm, LLC Bates Amusement, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Front Cover Battaglia Construction, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77 Birdie Shack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68 Brugman, Oscar Sand & Gravel, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81 Maple Syrup Buckeye Sweeping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68 Carolina Carports, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94 & Chuck’s Elephant Ears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96 Maple Products Coia Implement Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95 Deerfield Farms Service, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84 Dillon Auto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68 Pancake Breakfasts DiRusso’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84 East Manufacturing Corp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover March 4, 11, 18, 2012 Eldreth Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71, 91 Shalersville Town Hall Flynn’s Tire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75 Fourteen Seventy Six Auto Exchange . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94 Friendship Acres. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92 Goodell Family Farm, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96 10220 Peck Road Hartville Elevator Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78 Mantua 44255 Hartville Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84 330-274-2376 Hyde’s Automotive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74 www.goodellfamilyfarm.com J. Michael Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69 Kohl, Jack Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86 Lang’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73 Leppo Rents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79 Linn Enterprises, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92 Proudly Serving the Po. Co. Lisa’s Temporary Tattoos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81Randolph Fair for over 20 years! Marlboro Supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84 M&J Medical Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85 Parta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83 Pettigrew Feed & Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93 Portage County Auditor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66 Portage County Commissioners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65 Portage County Educational Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68 Portage County Recorder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67 Portage County Sheriff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67 ® Chucks Elephant Ears Portage County Veterans Service Commission . . . . . . .79 Portage County Farm Bureau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87 Located across from West End Grandstand Randolph Township . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76 To show our appreciation for your Ravenna Oil Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82 Rufener Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70 continued support, present this ad with Schott Feed & Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81 St. Joseph Catholic School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74your next purchase of a Chuck’s Elephant Ear, Stahl’s Farm Market . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90 Stamm Contracting Co., Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90 & receive a free bottle of water (Exp. 8/29/11) Studio on Top of the Barn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80 The Garden Spot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81Thank You and Enjoy the Fair! Western Reserve Tours. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72 White’s Farm Supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88-89 Wise Chevrolet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover f 96
  • 99. Randolph Since 1923“Be Wise - Trade With Wise” 330-325-9991 AKRON 330-434-7776 www.wisechevy.com PARTS & SERVICE – 325-2288
  • 100. 40+ YEARS...THE STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE, BUILDING PRODUCTS THAT ARE SUPERIOR IN PERFORMANCE AND VALUE FOR THE TRUCK-TRAILER INDUSTRY. EAST MANUFACTURING CORP. 1871 State Route #44 • P.O. Box 277 RANDOLPH, OHIO 44265 PHONE 330-325-9921 • FAX 330-325-7851Portage County Randolph Fair NON PROFIT ORG.P.O. Box 213 U.S. Postage4215 Fairground Road PAID Permit #12Randolph, OH 44265 RANDOLPH, OH 44265

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