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J. F. Klassen, of Rosenfeld with his sons Bert and Tony. J. F. Klassen did pioneering work in breeding high egg-producing strains of chickens in the A.M. of Rhineland. In the 1955 Canadian National Exhibition he was declared reserve champion for his
exhibit of eggs.
Credit: J. F. Klassen
Rhineland Agricultural Fair 1955. With the revival of the farm economy after the war, the Rhineland Agricultural Fair regularly drew close to 4,000 visitors and had close to 1,500 exhibits.