RULES OF THE FODDER & GRAIN SECTION
1. No Exhibitor will be awarded more than two prizes in any one Class.
2. All exhibits must be staged by 12 noon on Friday 9th September. Judging will commence promptly at 2pm on Friday 9th September.
3. In classes with only one entry, the committee reserves the right to award second prize money only, if in the opinion of the judge, the entry is of insufficient merit to justify a first prize. No second prize will be awarded in any class in which there are not at least three entries or third unless there are at least four entries.
4. All grain must have been grown, by the exhibitor, on his/her own farm.
5. Exhibits should be removed between 5pm and 5.30pm on Sat 10 Sep. Any roots or grain exhibits left on the showfield after this time shall become the property of the Society. The Society will not be liable for any loss or damage to any exhibit.
WHEAT GUIDE 2022
Varieties that produce consistent milling and baking performance. Group 1 varieties are not inter- changeable; some are better suited to specific uses than others. It is therefore important to understand end-use requirements.
CRUSOE, GALLANT, RGT ILLUSTRIOUS, SKYFALL, SOLSTICE, KWS TRINITY
Spring wheat: MULIKA
This group comprises varieties that exhibit bread-making potential but are not suited to all grists. Some are consistent, but not as good as those in Group 1; some perform inconsistently while others are suited to specialist flours.
CORDIALE, KWS-LILI, KWS SISKIN, PANORAMA.
Spring wheats: GRANARY KWS-WILLOW, TYBALT
Soft varieties for biscuit, cake and other flours.
KWS BARREL, KWS BASSET, BRITANNIA, CLAIRE, RGT-CONVERSION, SCOUT, SPYDER, ZULU
These varieties are grown mainly as feed wheats. However, some (such as the examples listed below) may be used by millers in certain ‘general purpose’ grists if they achieve the contractual standards, but are unlikely to attract a premium.
HARD: BELGRADE, BELVOIR (spring), COSTELLO, DICKENS, EVOLUTION, GRAFTON, GRA- HAM, JB DIEGO, KWS-ALDERON (spring), KWS-GATOR, KWS-KIELDER, KWS KILBURN (spring), KWS-SANTIAGO, KWS SILVERSTONE, REFLECTION & RELAY.
SOFT: HORATIO, LEEDS, MYRIAD, REVELATION & VISCOUNT.
PRIZES & TROPHIES
A CHAMPION PRIZE OF £5.00 AND A ROSETTE will be awarded for the best exhibit in the fodder & grain section.
A PERPETUAL SILVER CHALLENGE CUP, kindly donated by the late Mr R R Jones, will be awarded to the exhibitor gaining the most points in these classes.
AN ENGRAVED WHISKY GLASS will be awarded to the Best Grain Exhibit, Best Fodder Exhibit and the Most Interesting Exhibit. Once an exhibitor has won four glasses, the Society will present a jug and tray to accompany the set.
A PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP, kindly given by Peter White, will be awarded for the Best Exhibit
A PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP, kindly given by Chemega, will be awarded for the Best Malting Exhibit