DIXONS CORNERS – The Dundas Soil and Crop Improvement Association (DSCIA) held its annual seed, forage and agricultural show at Matilda Hall Fri., March 8.

It was a good afternoon for Dave Pemberton who was named champion of corn silage, reserve champion forage exhibit, premier forage exhibitor and the reserve premier exhibitor. Joe and Carolyn Jansen bested Pemberton by 18 points and were named premier exhibitor.

Ronda Schneckenburger took a closer look at the winning entries for the DSCIA seed, forage and agricultural show at Matilda Hall Fri., March 8. Schoch Photo

David Chambers also had multiple trips to the podium with his champion soybean and corn exhibits and was also named premier seed exhibitor. Graham and Elaine Duke earned the champion ear corn title and Dukedale Farms were named champion for forage and dry hay exhibits.

Other winners included Eric and Linda Young (premier first time exhibitor); John and Ryan Devries (reserve forage exhibitor); Paul Empey (champion haylage exhibit); John, Martin and Pam Westervelt (Champion Haylage quality exhibit); Tibben Farms (champion shelled corn); Tim Moher (champion cereal exhibit and first place wheat in field crop classes); Bruce Porteous (premier 4-H exhibitor) and Cedar Lodge Farms (champion special shelled corn bin class).

Christine Schneckenburger had the magic touch and was named the winner of the maple butter tart competition.