2022 4-H Calendar – Download
2022 4-H Owner’s Manual – Download
Junior Camp Reminders – June 10-13
Junior Camp is from June 10-13 for campers. Registered campers will receive updates one week prior to camp.
Cloverbud Camp Reminders – June 24
Cloverbud Camp is June 25. Pre-registered campers received full registration details via e-mail. Camper Registrations & Payment due June 2.
Still Project Judging Reminders
Reminder: Youth must attend a county level judging for still projects this year. There will be no advisor grade options this year. More information can be found on page 5 of the Muskingum County 4-H Owner’s Manual.
If youth cannot attend Still Project Judging on July 6, they should plan to register for Early Judging. More information about Early Judging: Early Still Project Judging Registration Now Available!
Still Project Judging is Wednesday, July 6 at the Veteran’s Building at the Muskingum County Fairgrounds. Please refer to the Muskingum County 4-H Owner’s Manual for the following information:
- Project Completion Guidelines, Page 5
- Still Project Judging Schedule by Club, Page 7
- General Information about Still Project Judging, Page 8
- Still Project Judging Requirements (what to do, what to bring), Pages 9-14
Writing Project Portfolios Due – June 30
Project #588 The Writer in You: Writing portfolio must be submitted to the Extension Office by June 30 at 4:30 p.m. to be reviewed by the judge. Failure to do so will result in loss of at least one letter grade at judging. Members will not receive their portfolio back before judging. Portfolios will be brought to judging by the judge.
Portfolios should be in a notebook or folder and include a cover sheet with the youth’s name, 4-H age and include the items listed on page 40 of the project book (Activity 2-10). Members must bring their completed project book and an educational display to Still Project Judging. More information can be found on page 11 of the Muskingum County 4-H Owner’s Manual.
Demonstrations & Illustrated Talks Contest Registration Deadline – June 30
Market Lamb & Goat Registration – June 6, 4-7 p.m.
All Market Lamb & Goat project participants must attend Lamb & Goat Registration to have their animals tagged and weighed on June 6 from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at the Hog Barn on the fairgrounds. All animals must go across the scales. There is no paperwork for youth to complete and bring with them to weigh-in. After registration, exhibitors will be responsible for completing the online entry process using the Fair Ear Tag # by June 30. Back-up animals must be tagged and registered by the deadline. For entry help: go.osu.edu/entryhelp.
All lambs & goats exhibited at the Muskingum County Fair are required to have a scrapie ID prior to exhibiting at the fair. All market lambs & goats must have a scrapie tag in their ear prior to arriving at Lamb & Goat Registration. If a lamb or goat does not have a scrapie ID at weigh-in, the animal will be dismissed. Ear tag IDs must be in the animal’s ear.
Fair Entry Notes:
- Carcass Lamb: The Muskingum County Sheep Producers Improvement Association is sponsoring a carcass lamb activity for Junior Fair exhibitors this year. To register, youth must check yes when completing their fair entries.
- Carcass Goat: The Junior Fair Goat Committee is sponsoring a carcass goat activity for Junior Fair exhibitors this year. To register, youth must check yes when completing their fair entries.
Breeding Rabbit Registration – June 6, 6-8 p.m.
Breeding Rabbit Registration is scheduled for June 6 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Rabbit Barn on the fairgrounds. All rabbits must be tattooed at that time if they do not already have a tattoo. If rabbits are already tattooed, they do not need to attend registration. There is no paperwork for youth to complete and bring with them to registration. Exhibitors will be responsible for completing the online entry process using the appropriate tattoos by June 30. Back-up rabbits must be tattooed and registered by the deadline. For entry help: go.osu.edu/entryhelp.
Livestock Quality Assurance Deadline Reminder – June 15
The deadline for youth exhibitors to receive their Quality Assurance Certification in order to exhibit at the Muskingum County Fair is June 15. Youth will need to complete the YQCA online course if they do not have their certification yet. Details: 2022 Quality Assurance Details
Horse Education Program Deadline Reminder – June 15
The deadline for youth exhibitors to complete their Horse Education Program requirement in order to exhibit at the Muskingum County Fair is June 15. Youth will need to complete the Ohio 4-H EQUISTEP online program if they do not have their certification yet. Details:2022 Horse Education Program Details
Junior Fair Entry Deadline – June 30 for everything but Market Rabbits
All 4-H and FFA youth must complete livestock entries in order to be eligible to exhibit at the Muskingum County Fair.
Royalty & Ambassador Application Deadline – June 30
More information: Royalty & Ambassador Applications Now Available! Due June 30
OHIO STATE FAIR
PAS Show Reminder
Due to a judge cancellation, the PAS Show WILL NOT BE HELD on June 18. It will take place June 10, starting at 5 p.m. There will NOT be a pre-registration, youth will register for classes at the show.
State Fair entry deadline for horses is July 1.
Ohio State Fair Livestock and Dog Show Entry Deadline
Youth wishing to show livestock (other than horses) or dogs at the Ohio State Fair must complete the entry process by June 20. For more information, visit the Ohio State Fair’s website.