For rules and regulations regarding OAAS entries (Ontario Association of Agricultural Socities), see this page .
Membership – (January 1 – March 31)
Membership – (April 1 – December 31)
Exhibitor fee -
Exhibitor fee –
Fair Gate Admission - Sat. – Mon.
Friday till 5 p.m. Gate Admission
Friday Admission after 5 p.m.
Weekend Pass -
Fair Parking on grounds -
Elementary School Children
$10.00 – Exhibitor privileges & Weekend Pass
$20.00 – Exhibitor privileges & Weekend Pass
$ 5.00 – Exhibitor privileges
Classes 17 & 19 $ 2.00
$ 8.00 – One (1) admittance
$ 4.00 – One (1) admittance
$10.00 – One (1) admittance
$20.00 - Four (4) days admittance
Free All Days
Manufacturers and Agents will display their wares in designated areas.
Entry fees will be charged for specified exhibits. Deductions will be taken from each prize winner's money if prize money, except in classes where entry fee is required. PLEASE CHECK YOUR CLASSES, IF ENTRY FEE IS REQUIRED, IT MUST ACCOMPANY ADVANCE ENTRY FORM AS NO ENTRY WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT ENTRY FEES. There will be no deduction taken from Class 17 but Exhibitor Fee is required. Entry fees, Exhibitor fees and the amount retained will be used in paying of Prize Money.
ADVANCE ENTRIES ONLY – Entry form listing your entries must be received by Moore Agricultural Society, 2976 Brigden Road, Brigden, Ontario, N0N 1B0, or brought to Brigden Fair Office on or before September 21, 2011. Office is open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday. No advance entries required for Light Horse classes, the Children’s Rabbit class, the Mutt Show, or Parade.
All work of the Homecraft Department, vegetables, fruits and grains must be placed before 6:00 p.m. Thursday, October 6th, 2011 as judging commences immediately following. Exhibition Hall and Junior Building will be open Wed., Oct. 5th from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Thurs., Oct. 6th to 6:00 p.m. for entries. Exhibits MUST BE PICKED UP AT 4:30 P.M. MONDAY, OCT. 10th, BUT NOT BEFORE THAT TIME. Any article exhibited found not to be new work or not the work of the exhibitor will be disqualified and not judged. All produce (excluding Hay, Grain & Seeds) of the farm must be grown by the exhibitor.
All exhibits, except livestock and clover seed must be grown or manufactured since the last Annual Fair unless stipulated. Livestock exhibits are required to be the bona fide property of the exhibitor. Brood mares with foal at foot and three year old colts on line or in harness may compete for Society and Special prizes. Judging of livestock will commence at times listed in Prize Book.
Exhibition animals must be the property of the exhibitor. Satisfactory proof must be shown if required. “Proof of Insurance” for all Livestock Exhibitors must be submitted with entry fee and form, if not, they will not be allowed to show.
Certificates of registration or pedigrees of cattle, sheep and goats must be produced and checked before the animal enters the judging ring.
Exhibitors making entries as Partners must show proof that the partnership has existed for the past three months.
No exhibitor will receive more than two prizes in any one section unless otherwise stated. One prize only for herds.
Any exhibit that does not comply with the requirements printed for any class may be disqualified by either the committee or the judge.
Judges have full power to classify all exhibits. The judges are instructed to reduce the amount of the premium or withhold the prize if they consider the best exhibit of a section to be of an inferior quality. All exhibits in the Homecraft Department must be the work of the exhibitor. The judges are instructed to discard all soiled, defaced or old work in the Homecraft Department and award prizes only to new up-to-date work. Any article exhibited found not to be new work or work of exhibitor will be disqualified and not judged. No exhibitor will receive more than one prize in any one section in Class 9 thru Class 28 unless otherwise stated.
The decision of the judge will be final. Appeals will not be considered. Exhibitors interfering with the judge will forfeit their winnings.