Department G: FFA Indoor Exhibits


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FFA INDOOR EXHIBITS

Learning to Do – Doing to Learn – Earning to Live – Living to Serve

Rules:

  1. Each class shall have one entry per member
  2. Each exhibit must be furnished with its own container (8”paper plate)
  3. All exhibitors must be members of the FFA in good standing
  4. All exhibits must be produced from the exhibitors SAE
  5. Exhibits in Section I & II will consist of useful farm shop projects constructed in the school or home farm shop during the past school year and will be judge on design, materials used and workmanship.
  6. Exhibits in Section III must be placed in clear plastic garbage bags
  7. All indoor exhibit entries must be pre-registered with the Berkeley County Youth Fair via on-line registration by June 1, 2017.

Section I: Woodworking

  • Class 1 Outdoor Project
  • Class 2 Power tool Project
  • Class 3 Hand tool Project
  • Class 4 Other

Section II: Agriculture Mechanics

Class 1 Arc Welding

  1. Weld Bead – Flat
  2. Weld Joint – Butt
  3. Weld Joint – Lap
  4. Weld Joint – Corner
  5. Weld Joint – T
  6. Project

Class 2 Oxy-Acetylene Welding and Brazing

  1. Weld Bead
  2. Weld Joint
  3. Brazing
  4. Project

Class 3 Mig

  1. Weld Bead – Flat
  2. Project

Class 4 Tig

  1. Weld Bead – Flat
  2. Project

Class 5 Other Weld

Class 6 Electrical

Class 7 Soldering

Class 8 Sheet Metal

Class 9 Plumbing

Class 10 Large Outdoor Project

Class 11 Small Engine Parts Display (at least 10 parts properly I.D.)

Class 12 Other

Section III: Forage Crops

Class 1 Hay (6-8” thick section tied and wrapped in clear garbage bag)

  1. Alfalfa
  2. Clover
  3. Orchard Grass
  4. Timothy
  5. Aftermath Grass
  6. Mixed
  7. Miscellaneous
  8. Straw

Section IV: Grain and Silage

Class 1 Corn

  1. Tallest Corn Stalk (Measured from top of ground)
  2. Field Corn Stalks (5)
  3. Ear Field Corn current year (5)
  4. Ear Field Corn previous year (5)
  5. Best single ear previous year field corn (1)
  6. Shelled Corn (1/2 Gallon in 1 gallon zip lock bag)

Class 2 Wheat (1/2 Gallon in 1 gallon zip lock bag)

Class 3 Oats (1/2 Gallon in 1 gallon zip lock bag)

Class 4 Barley (1/2 Gallon in 1 gallon zip lock bag)

Class 5 Soybeans (1/2 Gallon in 1 gallon zip lock bag)

Class 6 Rye (1/2 Gallon in 1 gallon zip lock bag)

Class 7 Silage – any type (1/2 Gallon in 1 gallon zip lock bag)

Section V: Fruit

Class 1 Apples – any variety (5)

Class 2 Peaches – any variety (5)

Section VI: Honey

Class 1 Chunk , light or dark (in pint jar)

Section VII: Educational Exhibit

Class 1 Chapter Exhibit

Class 2 Individual Exhibit

Section VIII: Eggs

Class 1 White (one dozen in carton)

Class 2 Brown (one dozen in carton)

Section IX: Vegetables

Class 1 Beans

  1. Bush, green (12)
  2. Bush, yellow (12)
  3. Lima, shelled (12)
  4. Other, (12)

Class 2 Beets

  1. Globe type (5)
  2. Half long (5)

Class 3 Cabbage

  1. Green (1 head)
  2. Red (1 head)

Class 4 Cantaloupe (1)

Class 5 Carrots, tops cut to 2 to 3 inches (6)

Class 6 Corn

  1. Sweet, husked (5)
  2. Popcorn, husked (5)
  3. Ornamental, husked (5)
  4. Other, husked (5)

Class 7 Cucumbers

  1. Pickling (4)
  2. Slicing (4)

Class 8 Egg Plant (2)

Class 9 Gourds

  1. Any type (3 same type)
  2. Largest (1)

Class 10 Melon, other than watermelon (1)

Class 11 Onions

  1. Yellow, unpeeled (5)
  2. White, unpeeled (5)
  3. Red, unpeeled (5)

Class 12 Peppers

  1. Banana type, may be hot or sweet
    1. Red (3 same type)
    2. Yellow ( 3 same type)
    3. Green (3 same type)
  2. Bell type, may be hot or sweet
    1. Red (3 same type)
    2. Yellow (3 same type)
    3. Green (3 same type)

Class 13 Potatoes

  1. White (5)
  2. Red (5)
  3. Sweet (5)
  4. Other (5)
  5. Largest (1)

Class 14 Pumpkins

  1. Green striped (1)
  2. Mini (3)
  3. Yellow (1)
  4. Largest circumference (1)

Class 15 Radishes (6)

Class 16 Squash

  1. Summer, yellow (3)
  2. Summer, zucchini (3)
  3. Summer, patty pan (1)
  4. Winter, acorn (1)
  5. Winter, butternut (1)

Class 17 Sunflower

  1. Head, bloom removed (1)
  2. Largest diameter (1)

Class 18 Tomatoes

  1. Red (5)
  2. Yellow (5)
  3. Cherry, red or yellow (12 of same color)
  4. Plum, (5)
  5. Grape (12)
  6. Small Pear/Teardrop (12)
  7. Roma (5)
  8. Largest by circumference (1)

Class 19 Watermelon

  1. Round (1)
  2. Oblong (1)

Class 20 Vegetable Display (5 to 10 kinds)

Class 21 Most unusual vegetable (1)

Class 22 Vegetable, not listed (1)

Section X: Miscellaneous

Class 1 Miscellaneous