2011 Iberia Sugarcane Exhibit Rules

Blair Hebert  |  8/25/2011 10:41:08 PM


The Sugarcane Exhibits Contest involves producers/4-H’ers exhibiting three stalks of sugarcane that represent one of the varieties grown in Louisiana. Both youth and adults may participate. Awards are presented in both the adult and 4-H youth divisions.

Adult Division

The term producer as it applies in this class is defined as follows: A producer is the person or persons who actually produce the cane they are exhibiting on their own operational unit.

1. All exhibitors of sugarcane must be bonafide producers.

2. All exhibitors must have had five or more acres of sugarcane on their farming operation in 2010.

3. A producer cannot enter more than one exhibit under the same class number.

4. A producer’s exhibit will be disqualified if his/her sugarcane does not come from his/her own farming operation.

Three stalks make an exhibit and you may enter an exhibit in as many classes as you wish.

There will be classes and awards for the following varieties:

LCP 85-384                 L 97-128                     L 01-283

HoCP-85-845               L 99-226                    L 01-299

Ho 95-988                     L 99-233                    L 03-371

HoCP 96-540               HoCP-00-950            HoCP 04-838

Exhibits can be brought to the Cyr-Gates Community Center located in Iberia City Park on Thursday, September 22, 2011, between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., or Friday morning, September 23, 2011, from 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

Junior Division

The term producer as it applies in this class is defined as follows: A producer is the person or persons who actually produce the cane they are exhibiting on their own operational unit.

  1. All exhibitors of sugarcane must be bonafide producers.
  2. All exhibitors must have had five or more acres of sugarcane on their farming operation in 2010.
  3. A producer cannot enter more than one exhibit under the same class number.
  4. A producer’s exhibit will be disqualified if his/her sugarcane does not come from his/her own farming operation.

Three stalks make an exhibit and you may enter an exhibit in as many classes as you wish.

There will be classes and awards for the following varieties:


LCP 85-384         L 97-128              L 01-283

HoCP-85-845       L 99-226              L 01-299

Ho 95-988              L 99-233              L 03-371

HoCP 96-540         HoCP-00-950      HoCP 04-838

Exhibits can be brought to the Cyr-Gates Community Center located in Iberia City Park on Thursday, September 2, 2011, between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., or Friday morning, September 23, 2011, from 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.



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