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Welcome to Dubois County 4-H

May 3, 2019
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4-H Online - 4-H Enrollment and Animal ID - October 1 - January 15

4-H Enrollment:  Statewide 4-H Youth Enrollment is October 1 - January 15.  You will be enrolling in the projects you want to learn about for the year.  

4-H Online Animal Identification:  Identify your 4-H Animals in 4HOnline by May 15th (Beef Steers is April 2).  You will be showing ownership of the animals with animal information including Tag #'s and Premise ID.

FairEntry - Enter 4-H Fair Project Details - May 16 - June 30

FairEntry is entering the details of your 4-H Fair Projects and Animals in FairEntry that you plan to exhibit at the Dubois County 4-H Fair.  You will be selecting animal classes, project classes and levels, etc.

Please call us if you have any questions or concerns with 4-H Online or Fair Entry.


Indiana State Fair - Livestock Entry Information click here

Dubois County 4-H Fair - July 15-19, 2019

Dubois County 4-H Fair is the highlight of the 4-H year! Join us at the Dubois County 4-H Fairgrounds to support and enjoy the hard work of the 4-H youth. 

Click Here for Updated 4-H Fair Schedule!  The schedule of events will be updated as the events are scheduled. 

Click Here for 4-H Fair Queen Contest information, flyers, application.



Important 4-H Dates to Remember

October 1st - 4-H Online Enrollment Opens

January 15th - 4-H Online Enrollment Window Closes

April 1st - 4-H Steers must be identified online

May 15th - Deadline to Add/Drop Projects

May 15th - Deadline to order T-Shirts and Pins (Via event registration in 4-H Online or by Phone or Email)

May 15th - Deadline to submit Achievement Award application to Extension Office

May 15th - All Goats, Sheep, Swine, Horses, Heifers, and Rabbits must be identified in 4-H Online

May 16th - June 30th - Fair Entry is open to enter the details of your 4-H Projects through duboiscounty-indiana.fairentry.com

 

4-H Clubs

Complete list of 4-H Clubs and Leaders. 

4-H Projects

Dubois County 4-H Projects and Guidelines: Project categories include:  Arts and Crafts, Family Studies, Foods and Nutrition, Horticulture, Livestock Management, Natural Resources, Science and Technology and More!  4-H Projects serve as opportunities for members to explore their interests, develop and demonstrate practical life skills, and serve their community.

Dubois County 4-H Handbook

4-H Handbook - The 4-H Handbook is a guide to member information and project exhibition requirements.

4-H General Record Sheet

4-H General Record Sheet  Members are required to fill out ONE General Record Sheet each year that will include all the projects for the year. These record sheets will be turned in at the 4-H Fair.

Spark Club:  

Spark Club is a short-term 4-H experience designed to spark interest in a new topic.  In spark club, participants will have the opportunity to learn about a particular topic.  Spark Clubs are open to any youth in grades 3-12. 

The Clover Chronicles (4-H Newsletter)

4-H Newsletters are published with important information for 4-H Members, Parents and Volunteers.  

4-H Trips & Workshops: Click Here 

4-H Scholarships: Click Here 

4-H Awards: Click Here

4-H Health Forms: Click Here

4-H Junior Leaders:  

Learn how to be a mentor and role model for younger 4-H members by joining 4-H Junior Leaders today!  Click Here

4-H Adult Leaders

A Huge Thank You to our Outstanding Volunteers!  Adult Volunteer Resources Click Here

Mini 4-H Members 

To show an animal in the Mini Livestock Shows at the Dubois County 4-H Fair, the child must be enrolled as a Mini 4-H Member in 4-H Online. Mini Livestock Liability Release Forms must be filled out and turned into the office before your child will be allowed to show an animal. For the form or more information about Mini 4-H click here!  

Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA)

To exhibit beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, sheep, meat goats, dairy goats, poultry and rabbits, 4-H members must be certified through the Youth for the Quality Care of Animals.  This is an annual program that can be completed via online modules or in person trainings. For more information about YQCA and trainings Click Here.

 

 

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