Harvest forms and rules for the Wheat and Barley yield contests are available at:
The barley contest is new this year and is being administered by the University of Kentucky, but is fully sponsored through Osage BioEnergy, a company interested in turning barley into fuel ethanol.
The wheat yield contest is administered by the University of Kentucky and is sponsored by the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service, Kentucky Small Grain Growers and several agribusinesses.
While the entry forms are different, the rules are very similar for the two contests. Contact your county extension agent if you have questions/comments about either contest.