Shelby County Senior Fair Grain and Seeds


Grains in sheaf

Oats in Straw

First: Ralph Bauer, Houston

Second: Lonnie Bauer, Houston

Wheat in straw

First: Lonnie Bauer, Houston

Second: Ralph Bauer, Houston

Wheat in straw – bearded

First: Lynn Cook, Sidney

Second: Russell Cook, Sidney

Wheat

Wheat any variety

First: Russell Cook, Sidney

Second: Lynn Cook, Sidney

Corn

6 ears hybrid any variety

First: Lonnie Bauer, Houston

Second: Ralph Bauer, Houston

Shelled corn

Any variety hybrid

First: Ralph Bauer, Houston

Second: Lonnie Bauer, Houston

Oats

Any variety/quart jar

First: Ralph Bauer, Houston

Second: Lonnie Bauer, Houston

Soybeans

Any variety/quart jar

First: Lonnie Bauer, Houston

Second: Ralph Bauer, Houston

Farm and garden

Potatoes

Katahdin

First: Peg Pleiman, Sidney

Any red potatoes

First: Melanie Kuck, Sidney

Second: Joyce Russell, Botkins

Kennebec

First: Joyce Russell, Botkins

Second: Rebecca Lenhart, Jackson Center

Onions

Bermuda

First: Carol Braun Anna

Second: Joyce Russell, Botkins

White Spanish

First: Melanie Kuck, Sidney

Second: Tim Woolley, Jackson Center

Yellow Spanish

First: Eldon Wical, Jackson Center

Second: Barb Wical, Jackson Center

Any Red Onion

First: Melanie Kuck, Sidney

Second: Eldon Wical, Jackson Center

Garlic

First: Bethany Kirkpatrick, Sidney

Tomatoes

Slicing, Large Size

First: Lynn Cook, Sidney

Second: Russell Cook, Sidney

Canning, Medium Size

First: Rebecca Lenhart, Jackson Center

Second: Deb Wooddell, Sidney

Yellow

First: Deb Wooddell, Sidney

Second: Russell Cook, Sidney

Novelty

First: Deb Wooddell, Sidney

Second: Eldon Wical, Jackson Center

Cabbage

Fat Dutch

Second: Sandi Freytag, Sidney

Red-Purple

First: Russell Cook, Sidney

Ball Head-Round Head

First: Nicole Schaffer, Quincy

Second: Melanie Kuck, Sidney

Largest and tallest

Largest red beet

First: Rebecca Lenhart, Jackson Center

Second: Peg Pleiman, Sidney

Largest Squash

First: Connie Snapp, Houston

Second: Dennis Thatcher, Quincy

Tallest Sunflowers w/lg. top

First: Rebecca Lenhart, Jackson Center

Largest Kohlrabi

First: Deb Wooddell, Sidney

Second: Lynn Cook, Sidney

Beets

Any variety

First: Rebecca Lenhart, Jackson Center

Second: Peg Pleiman, Sidney

Beans

Yellow wax

First: Rebecca Lenhart, Jackson Center

Green Bush

First: Kathy Gillman, Sidney

Second: Connie Snapp, Houston

Pole Bean

First: Rebecca Lenhart, Jackson Center

Second: Lynn Cook, Sidney

Purple Bean

First: Deb Wooddell, Sidney

Miscellaneous vegetables

Carrots

First: Lynn Cook, Sidney

Second: Russell Cook, Sidney

Kohlrabi-Green

First: Deb Wooddell, Sidney

Second: Joyce Russell, Botkins

Cucumbers

Slicing

First: Camdyn Reese, Jackson Center

Second: Connie SNAPP Houston

Pickling-Small Size

First: Rebecca Lenhart, Jackson Center

Second: Lynn Cook, Sidney

Burpless Hybrid

First: Russell Cook, Sidney

Second: Dennis Thatcher, Quincy

Peppers

Large (Block Shape)

First: Russell Cook, Sidney

Second: Deb Wooddell, Sidney

Banana

First: Rebecca Lenhart, Jackson Center

Second: Deb Wooddell, Sidney

Hot Peppers

First: Bill Clark, Houston

Second: Russell Cook, Sidney

Squash

Zucchini-Green

First: Dennis Thatcher, Quincy

Second: Russell Cook, Sidney

Zucchini-Yellow

First: Dennis Thatcher, Quincy

Second: Deb Wooddell, Sidney

Summer Crookneck

First: Dennis Thatcher, Quincy

Second: Deb Wooddell, Sidney

White Bush

First: Deb Wooddell, Sidney

Acorn

First: Deb Wooddell, Sidney

Sweet corn-fresh in husks

Yellow

First: Peg Pleiman, Sidney

Bicolor

First: Kathy Gillman, Sidney

Second: Rebecca Lenhart, Jackson Center

Chicken eggs

Brown Eggs (1 dozen)

First: Braydon Cagle, Sidney

Second: Peg Pleiman, Sidney

Colored eggs

First: Kathleen Moore, Anna

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