DUNF Form Submission for Market Animals and Dairy Cows

  • The Ohio Department of Agriculture requires that a Drug Use Notification Form (DUNF) be completed for all market animals (except rabbits) and lactating dairy cattle. This form is available online ONLY in 2022. Exhibitors with these projects will be sent an email with additional instructions NEXT FRIDAY, AUGUST 5. It can be accessed through this link once open: go.osu.edu/2022muskingumdunf
  • The form should be submitted by Friday, August 12 at 11:59 p.m. Anyone who does not complete the form by this time will be weighed in last and required to complete the form before weighing in. Should a medication be administered to the animal after the form is completed, notify the barn superintendent that an update needs made to the DUNF form at weigh-in.

Skillathon Award Winners

Congratulations to all youth who achieved a Superior Rating (90+) at Livestock Skillathon! Youth will be recognized during their species Showmanship event. Horse members will be recognized during Tuesday or Wednesday during the show.

Age division winners will be recognized after Superior Ratings, followed by the announcement of the overall species winner.

One youth per species was chosen for an Outstanding Record Book Award.

Download the list of 2022 Skillathon Award Winners.



Help Set Up the Rabbit Barn – July 30

The Junior Fair Rabbit Committee is seeking assistance from youth, parents and volunteers to set up the rabbit barn on Saturday, July 30, starting at 9 a.m. Tasks will include cleaning, setting up pens, etc. Many hands make light work!

Help Junior Fair Board Fight the Hunger, Stock the Trailer during the Fair!

Spread the word! Junior Fair Board is working hard to Fight the Hunger in our community by Stocking a Trailer with canned food during the fair! All food collected will benefit Christ’s Table. There are several ways to support the effort! ALL FOOD NEEDS TO BE ON THE TRAILER BY FRIDAY EVENING.
Farm Credit/Rural 1st is sponsoring this contest, which is encouraging Junior Fair youth to get involved in helping the community. Cash prizes ($5000, $3500, $1500) will be awarded to Junior Fair programs who collect the most canned food by weight!

Support Muskingum County’s Kyleigh Hatfield in State Fair Charity Steer Show

Proud and excited to announce that our very own Kyleigh Hatfield will assist the Celebrity Team of Congressman Troy Balderson (a Muskingum County 4-H alum!) and 92.3 WCOL’s Joe Boxer for the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Dean’s Charity Steer Show at this year’s Ohio State Fair!
Funds raised through the Dean’s Charity Steer Show will benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio, and we hope you will join us by making a gift in honor of this great cause.

Cloverbud Show & Tell Registration Now Available! Due August 1

Cloverbuds are invited to participate in Cloverbud Show and Tell on Sunday, August 14 at 1 p.m. at the Entertainment Tent at the Muskingum County Fair. Register online by August 1.

Cloverbuds can present on any topic of interest and use posters, displays or other props. Individual or team presentations are welcome.

Dairy Promoters Coloring Activity

Download the Dairy Promoters 2022 Coloring Page: Milk Carton Coloring Page

You can include the theme “Dairy in the USA,” or color it however you like!

Bring your completed picture to the Ice Cream Barn on Saturday before fair or Sunday of fair. All youth will receive a coupon for ice cream!

Still Project Judging Results

Congratulations to our State 4-H Judging Selected Representatives and County Winners!

2022 State 4-H Judging Selected Representatives
First Name Last Name Project
Isaiah Adams Snack Attack! — Junior
Ella Allen Entering Electronics
Jaylee Ault Let’s Start Cooking  — Junior
Maggie Babcock Measuring Up, Junior-Unit 1
Callie Baker Ready, Set, Sew Active!
Libbee Baughman The Global Gourmet
Brianna Bradley Everyday Food and Fitness  — Junior
Koby Bradley Makeover My Space — Junior
Kylie Bradley 2nd year or more Scrapbooking, Junior
Dilyn Brown Scrapbooking, Junior
Kaleb Brown Magic of Electricity
Peyton Brown 2nd year or more Scrapbooking, Senior
Braylie Burkey Let’s Bake Quick Breads — Junior
Braylie Burkey Teens on Board
Bronc Burkey Welding
Bronc Burkey Making the Cut, Junior-Unit 2
Juniper Chapin Self Determined (ages 8-18)
Lydia Collet It’s My Home
Justin Dady Pocket Pets (ages 13-18)
Sydney Daniels Self Determined Project, Senior
Emma Davis Designed By Me
Abigail Derry Scrapbooking, Senior
Abigail & Addison Derry Senior Team (age 14 and up)
Addison Derry Insect Adventures, Level 3
Alyssa Derry Senior Individual (age 14 and up)
Aidan Dusenbery Self-Determined Creative Arts
Kade Fliger You’re the Chef
Bostyn Gallagher Not Just Knots – Junior
Chloe Goff Dashboard Dining — Junior
Carson Hallowell Crank It Up
Madison Heskett Take a Break for Breakfast — Senior
Madison Heskett Basic Archery
Karston Hina You & Your Dog Interviews (ages 8-10)
Addison Hlad Keeping Fit  — Senior
Cameron Hogue Measuring Up, Junior-Unit 1
Erin Hogue All Systems Go! (Vet Science 2)
Nora Holbrook Finding Your Voice:  Public Speaking — Senior
Nya Holbrook Star Spangled Foods — Junior
Ian Huff Outdoor Adventurer: Beginning Fishing
Evan James Self Determined Project, Junior
Marshall Knicely Safe Use of Guns
Justin Knoll Take a Break for Breakfast — Junior
Kinleigh Krause Photography Basics, Book 1
Nate Leasure Investigating Electricity
Natalie Mallett Family History Treasure Hunt (3rd Yr and Beyond)
Madison McConnell Sundresses and Jumpers
Landon McLoughlin Science Fun With Electricity
Reagan Meiser Cake Decorating, Intermediate, Junior
Adalynn Moffatt Finding Your Voice:  Public Speaking — Junior
Kemya Monlux Sports Nutrition Ready Set Go! — Junior
Eliza Jane Morrow Look Great For Less, Senior
Titus Morrow Nailing It Together, Junior-Unit 3
Timothy Mozena Welding (Bigger Weldment)
Molly Myers Geology:  Can You Dig It?
Dylan Newcomer Beyond the Grill
Colleen Piccone Kitchen Boss
Alice Pitcock Get Started In Art, Junior
Alice Pitcock Exploring Polar Science
Emily Rexroad Pet Rabbits (ages 14-18)
Emily Rexroad Cake Decorating, Beginner, Senior
Reagan Rhodes Yeast Breads on the Rise
Bailey Rice Shooting Sports-Archery, Junior
Abigail Robbins Intermediate Individual (age 11-13)
Makenzie Scaggs Cake Decorating, Intermediate, Senior
Spencer Shook Grill Master — Senior
Caroline Smith From Airedales to Zebras (Vet Science 1)
Case Smith Shopping Savvy, Senior
Quinn Snider Cake Decorating, Beginner, Junior
Eli Swingle Rockets Away (4-H 503)
Lael Swingle Sew Fun, Junior
Lane Taylor Grill Master –Junior
Lydia Tedrick Star Spangled Foods — Senior
Lucy Thorne Next Level Photography, Book 2
Wyatt Tysinger Finishing Up-Unit 4
Bella Vaughn Reptiles & Amphibians (ages 8-18)
Tegan Warner Explore the Outdoors
Hayden Weck You & Your Dog Interviews (ages 14-18)
Hayden Weck Seeing Through Graphic Design
Hayden Weck Dashboard Dining — Senior
Hayden Weck Pantry Panic
Olivia Wells Warm It Up

2022 County Awards

(Projects are not State Judging Eligible)

First Name Last Name Project
Eli Snider Companion Goat
Izabelle Etters Dog Obedience
Sophia Brown Dog Performance
Abigail Robbins Working Dog
Mia Blake Horseless Horse
Lane Meiser Becoming Money Wise
Claire Heiney Teens on the Road to Financial Success
Bronc Burkey Tractor Level A
Cameron Hogue Tractor Level B
Landen Schuhart Tractor Level D