Portage County Junior Fair Market Livestock Sale Exhibitor Scholarship

 Portage County Junior Fair Market Livestock Sale Exhibitor Scholarship

 This Scholarship was created through the donations of animals for resale/flooring at the Portage County Randolph Fair’s Market Livestock auction.  The Sale Committee has formed a scholarship fund to benefit market animal exhibitors.  High School Seniors and recent High School Graduates can apply to receive this scholarship only four (4) times beginning with the Class of 2000. The amount of the scholarship will depend on the amount of dollars from previous year’s sale scholarship designated funds, contributions and the number of applicants.

Requirements

  1. Applicants MUST have participated in the Junior Fair Market Livestock Auction at the Portage County Randolph Fair.
  2. The applications MUST be received at the Portage County Randolph Fair Office by June 15th.
  3. Applicants MUST have at least a 2.25 accumulative GPA or above to receive the Scholarship and be enrolled/accepted at an accredited college or technical school.

Once awarded the scholarship: you MUST present a copy of a receipt/statement of account as proof of enrollment from the accredited college or technical school.  No money will be distributed until proof is submitted to the Sale Committee Treasurer.  NO checks will be issued before September 15th.  All receipts MUST be turned in for reimbursement by December 31st of the year in which the scholarship was granted.

ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MUST BE COMPLETED (A-C) &TURNED IN BY THE DEADLINE:

GENERAL INFORMATION

NAME_________________________________________________________________AGE________

 

ADDRESS_________________________________________________________________________

 

Cell__________________ Home__________________ H.S. & Year of Graduation________________

 

College attending or been accepted into__________________________________________________

 

Most recent GPA (College or High School) ________ College Major or Intended Major______________

 

Years Participated in Jr. Fair Market Livestock Auction_______ # Years Applied______# Years Awarded_______

 

  1. ACTIVITIES, ESSAY, NEED

The following information must be attached on a separate page(s).

  1. List of activities and involvement in Junior Fair.
  2. List activities and involvement with community and school organizations.
  3. Discuss the advantages, opportunities, and learning experience that you received by exhibiting a market animal at the county fair. (approximately 150-200 words)
  4. Discuss your financial need for this scholarship. Include other financial aid, grants or scholarships awarded, and future educational plans.  (approximately 50 words)
  5. MUST ALSO ATTACH
  6. Most recent (Spring or Final HS of current year) accumulative grade card/report card (College or High School)
  7. The Personal Recommendation Form (in a sealed envelope from the person writing the recommendation) NOTE: The Personal Recommendation should NOT be written by a relative.

 

I,___________________________attest that all information included in this Portage County Junior Fair Market Livestock Sale Exhibitor Scholarship is accurate and I make no false representation of myself.  I know that if any information is found false, it will be at the discretion of the Portage County Sale Committee’s Sub-committee for this Scholarship to be removed and not included in the competition.

(If applicant under 18) the Parent/Guardian of ____________________ attest that all information included in this Portage County Junior Fair Market Livestock Sale Scholarship application is accurate and the applicant makes no false representation of themselves.  I know that if any information is found false, it will be at the discretion of the Portage County Sale Committee’s Sub-committee for this Scholarship to be removed and not included in the competition.                     2020

Personal Recommendation Form

 

The following information is needed to help the Scholarship Committee learn more about the individual that is applying for the Portage County Junior Fair Market Livestock Sale Exhibitor Scholarship.

 

Your Name______________________________ Applicant’s Name_____________________________

 

Community or School/College Organization or Club/Group you are involved in ____________________

 

Years you have known this individual _______     If applicable, Years as an advisor ________________

 

In what capacity have you worked with this individual and how well did they work during that time?

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Do you know of any violation to the Portage County Fair Board’s Code of Conduct from this individual, if applicable? _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Does this individual work well with others? (Explain)

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Have you seen this individual mentor others and help them throughout the year?  (Explain)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Attach any additional information you wish to add!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please return this form to the Portage County Livestock Sale Committee P.O. Box 213 Randolph, Ohio 44265

By deadline of June 15th                                                                                                                                              2020

Virtual Tag-In for Sheep, Goat, and Swine 2020

Since OSU has suspended face-to-face meetings until July 6th, and with the current stay-at-home orders, our Jr. Fair livestock tag-in will be completed through the below google docs for May 16th. The DEADLINE is May 16th by 8pm for this virtual tag-in.

Please note, a picture of your animals identification scrapie tag (goat and sheep), or ear notch (swine) along with a side view of animal is needed as well as personal information for this virtual tag-in.

If you have any questions, please contact your advisor, a committee member for your respective animal, or Emma George – Jr. Fair Coordinator. Please go to the link for more information.

Market Goat Tag-In: www.go.osu.edu/goattag2020   
For questions contact Rhonda Procaccio – rhopro9@gmail.com

Market Sheep Tag-In: www.go.osu.edu/sheeptag2020
For questions contact Patty Shircliff – pas1013@yahoo.com, or Chuck Campbell charles750@centurylink.net

Market Swine Tag-In: www.go.osu.edu/swinetag2020  
For questions contact Ryan Kisamore – rkisamore.4@gmail.com

Jr. Fair Coordinator – Emma George – egeorge@randolphfair.com

Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) Fact Sheet for 4-H Youth Livestock Producers and Families

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Attached is the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) Fact Sheet for 4-H Youth Livestock Producers and Families. Ohio 4-H Animal Sciences feels this should answer a lot of your questions about the VFD.

Reviewers, who made great comments and contributed to the document, include Jack Advent, Executive Director, Ohio Veterinary Medical Association; Mark Armfelt, DVM, Diplomat ABVP Dairy, Dairy Technical Advisor, Elanco Dairy Business; Leah Dorman, DVM, Director, Food Integrity & Consumer Engagement, Phibro Animal Health Corporation; Tony Forshey, DVM, State Veterinarian, Ohio Department of Agriculture; and Diane R. McDaniel, State Liaison, Food and Drug Administration.