DEPARTMENT 104 -
FFA CROPS AND FARM MECHANICS
RETURN ENTRY FORM TO FAIR OFFICE BY JULY 25th
(Must Have Social Security No. On Entry Form)
No Forms Will Be Accepted After July 25th
Chairperson-Classes A and B -- Eric
Chairpersons-Classes C, D, E and F -- Stena Meadows
& Jeremiah Harrison
Chairperson-Class G, H, and I -- Kerrie Sluder
** NEW **
ENTRIES ACCEPTED Sunday, AUG. 18th
BETWEEN 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
To any 4-H, FFA or FCCLA member winning the
greatest number of blue ribbons in the
Appalachian Fair, other than livestock, the Gray
Ruritan Club will present a plaque.
2012 WINNER - Megan Southerland, Greeneville,
(NEW) - VOCATIONAL DIRECTOR’S AWARD to the
single highest quality entry from FCCLA, FFA &
Career & Tech Ed. - sponsored by NTTEA
(Northeast Tennessee Technical Educational
Alliance) - A Rosette and $100 will be awarded
to the winning student at the September meeting
of NTTEA, 2nd - $50.00 & 3rd place - $25.
1ST - Sullivan Central Skills USA, School
2ND - North Greene FFA, Utility Trailer
3RD - Sullivan Central Skills USA, CAD School
1. Each exhibitor must be an active member of
2. All crops exhibited must be from the students
supervised farming program.
3. Shop articles exhibited must have been made
by the exhibitor in the school shop, during the
current school year.
4. Only exhibits listed in the catalogue may
compete for prize money.
5. Students may enter only one article in any
lot. Teachers may enter the exhibits under
the school name on the entry form.
6. The judge shall have the authority to place
ribbons according to the merits of the item.
Items not tagged will not be judged.
7. EXHIBITS MAY BE REMOVED SUNDAY, AUGUST 25th
BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 1:00 - 4:00 P.M.
EXHIBITORS WILL FORFEIT PREMIUM AWARDED ON ANY
EXHIBIT REMOVED BEFORE TIME STATED.
8. Refer to General Rules and Regulations in
this book applying to all departments.
Rules, regulations, classes and requirements for
all FFA exhibitors of livestock are listed under
Junior Livestock Show in the Livestock catalog.
Beef Cattle, Dairy Cattle