Virtual Rabbit Clinic

Please join us as the 4-H Rabbit Committee hosts a “Virtual Rabbit Clinic.”  What better time to learn and get prepared for fair!

Come to learn and get your questions answered.  This is geared towards first and second year exhibitors but all are welcome to join in the fun!

We hope to “see” you then!  It will be Wednesday, April 8 at 7:00 p.m.

You will join using zoom.  Here is the connection information.  You can join by clicking the link below or calling in.


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Time: Apr 8, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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4-H Virtual Mailboxes for Animal Pictures and Livestock Location

We wanted to make sure you saw the update last Friday.  We have set up virtual mailboxes for you to upload pictures and more.  Please note the change for 2020.  Since we can’t have tag-in we need pictures for the following:

We also have the option to upload additional paperwork if it applies for market sheep and market goat.  This includes the homegrown form and the dairy goat form if needed.

The livestock location form has a virtual mailbox too.  Please visit .  You can find the form to upload on our website by clicking here.  If you would rather, you can fill in the blanks at the instead.

Please note that the pictures and the livestock location form need to be completed by May 8.

Lastly, before submitting the links, please make sure the information is completed.  This includes selecting the picture, uploading the document, and filling out the blanks.  Otherwise, it will be consider incomplete.  Please make sure you continue to fill in the information and click next until the survey is completed!

Let any of us know if you have any questions. Just a reminder that our office is still closed but we can be reached by email or you can call the office and the call will be forwarded to us.

March Greene Clover

Please take time to review the latest Greene Clover newsletter. Please review for information about club officer training, pizza order pick up, flower orders, turkey orders, camp registration, QA, and more!

Don’t forget to download the 4-H Now App for the latest info too!

Our latest newsletter, Greene Clover, is posted on our website. Please review and share with all.

Thank you!


Clinic with QA is NEXT Week!

Check out this awesome opportunity!

You will be able to get QA done for 2020.  Please see flyer for details.

In addition, there will be a livestock judging clinic.  Lunch is provided by FFA Alumni.

Additional BQA, PQA, and regular QA dates are posted on the website.  Please review and make sure you attend one!

Click here

OSU Extension Office is Hiring

We are hiring for a Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Educator at OSU Extension Greene County.  Please share with all who might be interested.

Please click here for all details.  

For complete position description and online application instructions, please go to and search by requisition number #457508 To assure consideration you must apply by February 23, 2020. The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.

Ractopamine Information

The Greene County Fair is requiring all Market Hogs be Ractopamine-free, in order to meet the requirements of packers who purchase hogs. More information will be available soon, but this is a great start! Breeders, exhibitors, feed suppliers – awareness and education are key! Please take some time to review.