All-Ontario Judging Competition Set for End of May

The first-ever All-Ontario Judging Competition, presented by the Junior Farmer’s Association of Ontario (JFAO), is slated for May 30, 2015. 

The event is a competition “celebrating Ontario agriculture and heritage,” say organizers. The competition is open all Ontario residents, and is split into the following age categories: JFAO Members, JFAO Alumni, JFAO Partners, 4-H Members (Junior, Intermediate, and Senior), and Open.

Participants will compete in judging livestock and crops, and in lifestyle classes. Participants will also provide oral reasons in identified classes, and will be required to complete quizzes.

The event will be held at the Orangeville Fairgrounds. Awards will be given out at the formal awards gala, which will be held the evening of the competition, with a dance to follow.

If you live in the Orangeville area and would be interested in assisting with the supplying of classes to be judged, or might be interested in partnership or donation opportunities, please email: [email protected]on.ca. More information or questions can be directed to that email address, as well. There is a Facebook page for the event found here.

Click here to download the registration PDF.

 

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