Southern Ohio Farm Show

Happy Thanksgiving! In this week’s episode: get a recipe for a pumpkin pie, learn about winter livestock feeding by using a heavy use pad, Highland County 4-H families share videos from the National Livestock Exposition and get tips for holiday lighting safety and efficiency.

Shop Local: Discover Little Shops, Enjoy Big Savings!

Save more in Clermont County with the Shop Clermont Savings Pass. Your holiday shopping season just got a whole lot easier as you enjoy discounts on specialty shopping, unique dining, entertaining attractions, lodging and so much more!

Your FREE mobile savings pass features over 50 great holiday discount offers.  Download online at and start shopping and saving today on holiday purchases in Clermont County.

4-H at Home for the Holidays

Just in time for the holidays, 4-H at Home has three new featured activities, a downloadable activity guide with 15 more hands-on projects, a Shop 4-H gift guide, special discounts and more all wrapped up for you!

This holiday season, enjoy your extra time indoors with fun science, baking, and crafting activities.  Fizzing snow, cookie science, and a pillow that can make your dreams come true!

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Clermont County 4-H Awards

4-H CloverWe know Clermont County has the BEST MEMBERS and the BEST CLUBS.  Apply and be recognized!  Click on the titles below to complete the forms.  Details to come soon regarding 4-H Club Officer Book judging.


2020 4-H Clover Award Application (Former 4-H Achievement Award)

2020 Honor Club Application

2020 Member & Volunteer Pin Order Form

Southern Ohio Farm Show

In this week’s episode of the Southern Ohio Farm Show learn how to cook a turkey with Turkey Tips 101, various safety practices that farmers use during fall harvest and cover crop test plots.  Also, details for the Southern Ohio Farm Show Holiday Lighting Contest are announced!


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Holiday Season and Managing Family with Alzheimer’s

Holiday’s can be challenging times.  Especially for families affected by Alzheimer’s   Try these tips from Dr. Karen Rose, Professor in the College of Nursing, and the Director of the Center for Healthy Aging, Self-Management and Complex Care, Ohio State University. This telecast features a discussion on how to manage the holidays when you have a family member with Alzheimer’s disease or other related dementia.

View Telecast – Holidays and Dementia

USDA is now Accepting Applications for Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2

Signup for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 (CFAP 2) began on Sept. 21, 2020 and will continue through Dec. 11, 2020. CFAP 2 provides eligible producers with direct financial assistance due to market disruptions and associated costs because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out a brief video about the program.

CFAP 2 is a separate program from the first round of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program, now referred to as CFAP 1. Farmers and ranchers who participated in CFAP 1 will not be automatically enrolled and must complete a new application for CFAP 2. Details on how to apply can be found on

CFAP 2 Eligible Commodities Finder
Many more commodities are eligible for CFAP 2 than CFAP 1. Interested in finding the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 payment rates for the eligible commodities you grow or raise? USDA’s new, easy-to-use CFAP 2 Eligible Commodities Finder makes finding payment rates specific to your operation simple. From yam to alpaca farmers – and everyone in between – the payment rate information you need is just a few clicks away. Try it today on your desktop, tablet, or mobile device.

Call Center
A call center is available for producers who would like additional one-on-one support with the CFAP 2 application process. Please call 877-508-8364 to speak directly with a USDA employee ready to offer assistance. The call center can provide service to non-English speaking customers. Customers will select 1 for English and 2 to speak with a Spanish speaking employee. For other languages, customers select 1 and indicate their language to the call center staff.

Congratulations to our Dog Show Winners!

Due to COVID, the Clermont County Dog Show had a different look for 2020.  During this time, there have not been any in-person 4-H dog shows, however, our youth were still able to exhibit their canines online in the Clermont County 4-H Virtual Dog Show. We’d like to congratulate the winners and all participants on a job well done!

Stay-at-Home 4-H Projects

The Perfect Stay-at-Home Projects are back! From “Horseless Horse” to “Explore the Outdoors” to “Science Fun with Kitchen Chemistry” and nine more project books you can print, there’s something for all 4-H members. And, your Cloverbud will love selected activities from “The Big Book of Cloverbud Activities.” find them all at

Clermont County 4-H families, be on the lookout for your 2021 4-H Family Guide.  It will be mailed directly to your home later this month.