Grain Discovery Zone
- Play a trivia game and watch videos about Ontario grains
- Explore the corn box with farm implement toys
- Chat with the Grain Discovery Zone Ambassador
This custom designed, Grain Farmers of Ontario branded, all-weather trailer can be stationed outside or inside an arena or exhibit hall. The trailer has a footprint of 14.125 feet wide x 19.25 feet long. Our Grain Farmers of Ontario flex fuel truck (8.5 feet wide, with mirrors x 19.325 feet long x 6.25 feet high and ground clearance of 8.3”) can also be included in the display. Trailer must have access to a power hook-up (110 volt 15 amp power, wired with 30 amp RV plug and adapter to 15 amp). For more information, or to request the Grain Discovery Zone, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Educational displays for your fair or event!
These displays are free to use for educational purposes. Event organizers must arrange for delivery of the display to and from the Grain Farmers of Ontario office in Guelph. Please contact Brianne Curtis for more information.
Grains in Your Life Matching Game
This 8′ square interactive display encourages participants to match end use products with the crops they are derived from. A fabric backdrop features photos of barley, corn, oats, soybeans, and wheat. Large photo cards depict end use products with the crop indicated, and a description of how it is incorporated in the product on the reverse.
Good in Every Grain Boards
This display features two consumer-facing options branded with the public outreach campaign Good in Every Grain, as well as another branded with Grain Farmers of Ontario display. Each display is 4’ X 3’ and requires a quick and easy on-site set up. Table is not provided.
Seasons Matching Display
This interactive 6′ by 4′ pop-up tabletop display has a lightweight, fabric backdrop divided into barley, corn, oats, soybeans, and wheat, as well as spring, summer, fall, and winter. Magnetized cards feature a farming word or picture, which is matched to the crop and time of year it occurs. Participants learn about the growing stages of the crops and farming practices throughout the seasons.