2018 Annual Convention
November 8th -10th
Frank Mayborn Event & Convention Center
3303 N 3rd St., Temple, TX 76501
** 9 am to 5 pm **
Honey Show Rules 2018[columns] [column size=”half” last=”no”]
The Texas Honey Show board is so excited to present this year’s competition information. We are adding a few new offering this year for local beekeeping clubs.
Two Opportunities for Texas beekeeping clubs to win $500
1.) Texas Beekeeping Club with 100 member or less:
The entries in the Texas honey show will be counted and the Texas Beekeeping Club (with100 member or less) with the most entries will receive $500 to be used towards their local club’s youth program. If the winning club does not have a youth program they can use the funds to start one.
2.) Texas Beekeeping Club with 101 member or more:
The entries in the Texas honey show will be counted and the Texas Beekeeping Club (with 101 member or more) with the most entries will receive $500 to be used towards their local club’s youth program. If the winning club does not have a youth program they can use the funds to start one.
3.) Entry into one of the categories will include a spot in the group picture that will be used in a future calendar. The photo will be taken at the convention. Time and location will be made available when you register.
4.) We will have the people’s choice award again in the black jar competition as a part of our “Taste of the Texas Beekeeper”. We will have a table with all the beeswax entries so that you will be able to “Smell Texas” from the prospective of the Texas Beekeeper. A display of the winning photos will give you the “View of a Texas Beekeeper”
[/column] [column size=”half” last=”yes”] Honey Show governing document and what to do to enter an exhibit.
The Texas Honey Show highlights good marketing of Texas beekeeping products and for beekeepers to share techniques with each other. The goal is to include beekeepers statewide. All are encouraged to enter one of the following classes:
Class 1: Extracted Honey, one jar of (0 mm to 50mm) LIGHT/AMBER
Class 2: Extracted Honey, one jar of (51mm to 140mm) DARK/AMBER
Class 3: Creamed Honey, one jar
Class 4: Chunk Honey, one jar
Class 5: “Black Jar” Honey, one jar
Class 6: Wax Plain Block (no fancy mold) weight between 1 lb. and 2 lbs.
Class 7: Beekeeping Arts and Crafts
Class 8: Photography Close-up
Class 9: Photography Scenic
Class 10: Photography Portrait
Class 11: Beekeeping Gadgets
Class 12: Mead Competition
All honey jars and photographs submitted to the Texas Honey Show and placing 1st, 2nd, and 3rd are auctioned for the benefit of the Texas Honey Queen Program. Winning entries of the Wax Plain Block, Arts and Crafts, and Beekeeping Gadgets are not automatically included in the auction; however, exhibitors may consider donating to the Auction. All donated Honey Show entries not in the auction will be sold at a side table at the Friday Banquet and Saturday Luncheon.
Drop off Show Entries: Thursday Noon-6:00pm
Friday – 8:00am to 10:00 am
Competition Judging: Friday – 10:30am until complete
Show Open to Public: Friday – After judging is done
Awards: Friday Banquet – Evening
Continue to General Rules.
Download entire Honey Show Rules 2018 document as a PDF.