Lawrence County 4-H & FFA Livestock Information, as of May 1, 2020
This post will be used to update all Lawrence County 4-H Livestock Exhibitors on up to date information regarding their project requirements.
All 4-H & FFA Livestock Exhibitors are required to complete Quality Assurance. They can choose either to complete via Zoom or by completing yqca.com training. Members only need to complete one training option.
Lawrence County 4-H Virtual ZOOM Quality Assurance
There are 5 sessions available. These sessions are scheduled for 1 hour 30 minutes and will allow for interactive polling. Please register 48 hours prior to the session you prefer, first come – first serve to the first 40 registered. To view dates/times and register please visit: https://go.osu.edu/2020lawrencecountyvirtualqaregistration
Approximately 24 hours before the webinar, you will receive a Zoom link to connect to the webinar from Rachael Fraley. The link will be sent from Fraley.firstname.lastname@example.org. Training will be limited to a maximum of 40 families per session. Families only need to register once if all family members will be participating at the same time. Members can connect through zoom video conferencing or by calling in on a land line.
4-H & FFA Members may also take YQCA online. 4-H members, please use your 4honline log in information. FFA members will need to use the YQCA log in. All members need to send their completion certificate number or screenshot the certificate and send to email@example.com. The cost of this training is $12 and is open to all members. The link to participate in YQCA training is https://yqca.learngrow.io
Lamb, Goat, and Hog Tag-In
Lamb, Goat, and Hog Tag-In scheduled at the fairgrounds for May 9th has been cancelled. Please view your online submission form below, complete, and submit by Saturday, May 9th. If you have any questions or problems with the form, please contact Rachael at Fraley.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lawrence County Market Chicken Distribution
The Market Chickens have been ordered and will tentatively arrive on Wednesday, May 27th. We will plan for an afternoon pick-up at the picnic shelter at the Lawrence County Fairgrounds. In order to help comply with social distancing and an effort to keep everyone safe, we will set up distribution to keep a socially safe distance.
Market Rabbit Tag-In
The Market Rabbit Tattooing at the Lawrence County Fairgrounds has been cancelled. All Market Rabbit exhibitors are required to submit the Market Rabbit Registration Form with photos. The registration form must be submitted by Saturday, June 6th for exhibition eligibility.
Non-Market Livestock and Breeding Project Registration Forms
All Lawrence County 4-H and FFA Youth planning to exhibit a Non-Market Livestock project or Breeding Project must complete the Lawrence County Non-Market Livestock/Breeding Project Registration Qualtrics Survey by June 1 to exhibit your project at the county fair.
Livestock Rules and Fair Information can be found by visiting: https://lawrence.osu.edu/program-areas/4-h-youth-development/lawrence-county-fair