Sponsored by Dave Simmons- Simmons Farm Toys

Saturday Feb. 26, 2022, during the Licking County Farm Bureau Farmer’s Share Breakfast

C-TEC, 150 Price Road, Newark


Minimum Requirements:

-Create a display that represents a farm in Licking County.

-Displays cannot be bigger than 32 inches by 32 inches and must use 1/64 scale equipment.

-Write a few sentences, but not more than a paragraph, describing your farm scene.

Participants or their parents/ guardians must be Licking County Farm Bureau members.  Prospective members are invited to join. Please submit participant’s name and parent or guardian name to the Licking County Farm Bureau office by noon on Friday Feb. 25, 2022.  Call 740-452-2356 or e-mail [email protected] with entry information and questions. Register online 

*The first eight entrants will receive a special gift.


Equipment, small barns, silos and grain bins can be purchased (i.e. Ertl) or homemade.

Displays will be judged on the following basis:

  1. Originality…………………..25 pts
  2. Contents………………….….25 pts
  3. Neatness………………….….25 pts
  4. Overall Appearance………..25 pts

Division I – ages up to 7

Division II – ages 8 – 10

Division III – ages 11 – 12

Division IV – ages 13 – 15

Division V – ages over 16

Contest details

Participants may set up their displays on Saturday Feb. 26 from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. Displays must be in place from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Feb. 26. Awards will be presented around 9:45 a.m. and all displays need to be removed by 10:30 a.m. Ages for the divisions are as of Feb. 26.

All guests will be given a voting ticket upon entry to the breakfast. A People’s Choice Award will be determined by counting voting tickets.  The display with the most tickets will win.

All participants will be asked to show good sportsmanship including refraining from negative comments regarding tractor color of choice.

Prizes will be awarded in each age division as well as a People’s Choice Award.

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Bethany Starlin

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Matt Aultman

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Jenna Gregorich

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Mandy Way

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Jaclyn De Candio

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Austin Heil

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