Drug Use Notification Form

As with 2020, we will continue to use an Online Drug Use Notification Form (DUNF). This form will need to be completed by Friday, July 30, 2021 at noon if you already have your animals tagged. As a reminder, this form is REQUIRED for each MARKET/LACTATING animal. In addition, a few other species require it. If your animal will be tagged at weigh-in (poultry), please complete this after you receive your tag numbers.

Please review this document to help you complete this. https://greene.osu.edu/sites/greene/files/imce/Program_Pages/4H/Livestock/Online%20DUNF.pdf


•Large Market Beef (steer/heifer)
•Veal Calf (not a feeder)
•Dairy Steer
•Lactating Dairy Cattle (cow not a heifer)

•Market Hog (barrow/gilt)

•Dairy Market (wether/doe) Must use scrapie ID#
•Meat Market (wether/doe) Must use scrapie ID#
•Lactating Dairy Goats (even if currently dry)

•Market Chicken pen
•Each Market Turkey
•Each Market Duck

•Market Lamb Must use scrapie ID#

•Meat pen

Assistance Needed: Pictures Please

We need some help.

We will be making a calendar for all families for 2022.  We want to include pictures of a variety of 4-H events.  Please upload pictures below.  We would like pictures of camp, fair, pre-fair judging, weigh-ins/tag-ins, clinics, club meetings, community service events, recreation events, club group pictures, etc.  We will try to use as many as we can in this calendar.

We have space for 5 uploads of pictures.  If you have more to share, please complete this survey as many times as needed.

This will be completed until early fall so feel free to upload some pictures of the fair after it is completed.

Thank you for your help and assistance!


4-H Style Revue & Open Modeling

Be sure to check out the 4-H style revue and the open modeling during the fair.  This year, this will take place on Saturday, August 7, 2021, starting at 1:00 p.m.  

All 4-H clothing exhibitors are strongly encouraged to model the outfits they made for their project this year.

Anyone is welcome to participate in the open modeling.

Please return the completed forms to our office.

Come cheer on the 4-H members in their projects and the general public participating in open modeling.  We hope to see you there!

Fair Pass and Fair Bucks Reminder


Hi families!  Just a reminder to please pick up your fair passes and fair bucks.  As a reminder, all youth who completed their non-livestock projects and all other non-market animals are eligible for their $10 in fair bucks.  This includes breeding and pet rabbits, breeding sheep, non-market goats, llamas/alpacas, dogs, horses, non-market dairy, non-market beef, and non-market poultry.

Hours at the fair office are Tuesday-Friday, 8:30-4:30.

4-H Cultural Immersion Project Opportunity

The best way to understand a different culture is to immerse yourself in it. Apply to be part of the Cultural Immersion project experience in Puerto Rico. You will build multicultural skills and understanding, as well as an increased ability to communicate in the increasingly diverse society that we live in. You will experience both the Old San Juan urban area as well as life in the remote mountain town of Castañer. We will also be working with 4-H youth from Puerto Rico in joint service projects.

Teens ages 15-19 (as of date of trip) are eligible for this 8-day service-learning experience. The cost of the experience is $500 plus airfare (est. $600). Limited scholarship funds are also available.

I would love to see Greene County youth participate.  I attended this as a 4-H professional several years ago and it was wonderful.  Feel free to ask me any questions!

Ohio State Fair Non-Livestock Delegates

Pre-fair judging was conducted last week.  The list of winners is posted here.  Please stop by and pick up information if you are a delegate.  If you are a delegate and are unable to attend, please contact the office ASAP to inform the alternate.  All information must be picked up by July 19.


Thanks and congratulations to all.

ExploreAG Summer Camp Opportunities

ExploreAg Summer Camp Opportunities:


July 9-11th – Central State University

July 16-18th – OSU Main Campus (Columbus, OH)


Ohio State Extension, Franklin County and the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation are excited to  offer Explore Ag, a STEM-based career development camp. The ExploreAg program is a FREE weekend experience for 12-17 year old students. During ExploreAg, campers are introduced to various aspects of agriculture, food science, environmental sciences and more, through hands on learning opportunities and presentations. For more information please email mulligan.70@osu.edu or visit exploreag.org


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Have you checked out ExploreAg yet? This free weekend STEM-based experience introduces students to various aspects of agriculture, food science, environmental sciences and more, through hands-on learning opportunities and presentations. For more information please email mulligan.70@osu.edu or visit exploreag.org


July 9-11th – Central State University

July 16-18th – OSU Main Campus (Columbus, OH)

Teen Leadership Council (TLC) Applications Open Now

We hope to see some Greene County 4-H members apply to be part of the Ohio 4-H Teen Leadership Council.

Details are below:

Applications and more information to be an Ohio 4-H Teen Leadership Council (TLC) member for the 2021-22 program year are now available online at: go.osu.edu/TLC. Please note: applications (and other materials, including letters of recommendation and program fees) are due (received, not postmarked!) by Friday, August 13, 2021.

Here are some highlights about the responsibilities of the council:

  • Age: Individuals must be 14-18 as of January 1 the year of application to apply for council member, committee member, committee chair, and officer.
  • Number of Meetings/Events: See the program structure outline on the application for specific numbers of meetings and events. Members are required to attend at least 75% of meetings and events.
    • Working Events: Members are required to work a number of statewide events at the Ohio State Fair, and elsewhere throughout the state (Farm Science Review, Legislative Luncheon, etc.).  Each level of membership differs in the number of events that are required.  See the program structure for more information.
  • Location of meetings: Meetings are typically held at the Ohio 4-H Center in Columbus, Ohio, but there are occasionally instances when they are held elsewhere due to events on Ohio State’s Campus.  In these instances, meetings may be held at locations close to campus.  Refer to the application for the locations for the 2021-2022 year.  Members will be notified prior to the location change.
  • Additional Opportunities: Depending on the level of involvement, council members have the option to apply for additional opportunities including the National 4-H Conference, Ohio 4-H Foundation Board, and other opportunities that may arise.

Thank You Note Winners

The Greene County Commissioners reviewed entries for the annual thank you note contest.  They choose the following as the thank you notes for the 2021 Greene County Fair!

The winners will receive $10.00 in Fair Bucks to use at fair.  Congratulations to all!

Cloverbud age group: Ava Watson from Hare Raisers 4-H Club

8-10 years old: Reagan Montgomery from Hare Raisers 4-H Club

11-13 years old: Elizabeth Lundy from Saddle Up Your Horses 4-H Club

14 and over: Abby Paris from Cedarville Hot Shots

We will have these notes printed and ready to go for all to write their thank you notes to those people and organizations that support our 4-H members!

Pre-fair Judging & Fair Entry Reminders

  1.  Pre-fair Judging:
    1. As previously mentioned, pre-fair judging will be held on June 30 and July 1. Youth must sign-up/register for the time slot based on the judge. All information is on our website at https://greene.osu.edu/program-areas/4-h-youth-development/project-judging-and-skillthons The deadline to sign up is Sunday, June 27.
      1. June 30 projects: Horseless horse, dogs, cat, vet science, pet rabbit, rockets, science fun, robotics, electricity, knots, small engines, tractor, welding, natural resources, shooting sports, basic archery
      2. July 1 projects: health projects, self-determined, leadership, food and nutrition, clothing, cake decorating, home living, scrapbooking, quilting, photography, art, fishing, woodworking
  2. All livestock & animal Fair Entries
    1. This must be completed for all animals and classes you are wanting to bring to fair.
    2. All entries are due by July 1.  Do not wait until the last minute.  https://greene.osu.edu/sites/greene/files/imce/Program_Pages/4H/Livestock/Greene%20County%20Livestock%20Fair%20Entry%20Directions_0.pdf
    3. Youth should sign up for showmanship but must also sign up for their classes with their animals.  We can’t approve just showmanship.
    4. Youth should visit the link above on how to register.  You will log in to HTTP://GreeneOhio.fairentry.com to complete all entries.
    5. After submitting entries, please check your email for acceptance or rejection of each entry.  Rejected entries need to be fixed and resubmitted by the deadline of July 1.
  3. Skillathons
    1. Livestock skillathons will take place on July 20 from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and on July 21 from 3:00-6:00 p.m.
    2. Youth will be completing these using iPad.  Youth should bring their books as that will be a part of the skillathon score too.
  4. Drug Use Notification Form (DUNF)
    1. These forms will need to be completed by Friday, July 30 at noon.  This information will be in the July Greene Clover Newsletter.