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The Annual October 2021 Honey Show rules and classes!  

CBA Honey Show 2021 rules.pdf (361,9 kB)

Please download to view and/or print your own copy.  Make notes on your copy with ideas and reminders.
We have several classes that are great for new beekeepers who may not have an abundance of honey or wax.
  • Novice honey is only one jar
  • Black jar is only 2 to 4 ounces
  • Baking and food classes 
  • Arts, Crafts, Poetry, and Honey Jar Label
  • Lotions, Notions, and Potions often have small amounts of wax, honey, or propolis
Tips and tricks:
  • Study the rules carefully.  Each category (class) has its own requirements.  Don't assume the rules for one class apply to all the classes.
  • Don't forget to include your 3 x 5 index card with each entry if it is specified in the rules.
  • Make sure you have your entry displayed in the correct container (jar, plate, bottle, box) or with the correct specifications (thickness, width, freestanding easel), etc.
  • Search YouTube videos for honey and wax preparation tips.  Virgiania Webb, who has won many awards, including World's Best Honey, has several informative videos to help you get started.
  • Search Google for "honey show prep" or "honey show tips."  Here are a few great links to overwhelm your brain!    
  • Don't wait until the last minute!  Wax is tricky, you may need time to re-pour it.  Go ahead and test a few recipies on your family.  You can do your final baking on Sunday, the day before the honey show so your goods are fresh.  Order your show jars early so you can go ahead and get them cleaned and filled.  
  • Don't be late!  We are now opening entry time earlier in the day... at 4:00!  Try to come early if you can so there isn't a mad rush at 6:30.  Registering your entries takes time and we don't want to turn anyone away.

We would like to thank the staff at the Coweta County UGA Extension Office for the privilege of using their facility each month.