Kansas 4-H Wheat Expo
August 6, 2015
K-State Ag Research Center Auditorium
1232 240th Avenue
Hays, KS 67601
Kansas is famous for its golden wheat fields all across Kansas. Families have been participating with the Kansas 4-H State Wheat Expo for 60+ years. Join us in Hays at the K-State Ag Research Center Auditorium for an exciting educational wheat fun day dealing in all things wheat. The wheat expo is open to all 4-H members, family members, 4-H leaders and Extension staff.
There again will be eight divisions open to youth members with cash prizes and ribbons awarded. The wheat divisions include: (1) 1 lb. bin run for crops members; or (2) 1 lb. bin run for "adopt-a-producer"; Participants may pick division 1 or division 2, but not both. All wheat samples must be postmarked to KSU by July 20 so testing can be completed. Other divisions open include (3) 1 quart jar sample of cleaned wheat; (4) three standard yeast rolls; (5) three standard sized cookies; (6) photography contest of wheat-related photos; (7) wheat educational posters or display boards; and (8) a Cloverbuds division for 5-6-year-olds awarding participation ribbons.
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Register by July 31, 2015, at Kansas 4-H CVent site.
Every participant must complete a 2015 Kansas 4-H participation form and bring it to the event or mail ahead of time to Deryl Waldren, Northwest Area Exension Office, P. O. Box 786, Colby, KS 67701.
All youth and adults must register individually using the Kansas 4-H CVent registration system. There is a $5.00 per person registration cost to help offset the wheat expo costs. Upon submitting your registration you will receive an instantaneous message on your computer screen confirming your registration.
For more information, contact Deryl Waldren, 785-462-6281 or e-mail: email@example.com.
Photo on left: Participant showing bread art beehive at annual wheat show.
Photo on right: Judging of the food exhibits at the annual wheat show.
Photo on left: Judging of quart jars of wheat at the annual wheat show.
Photo on right: Judging of home-made bread at annual wheat show.
Last updated: 4-10-15