4-H and FFA

 
 
 

4-H & Vocational - Department 10

Dairy and Livestock Manager - Carol Hoffman– 570-374-0642

Dairy and Livestock Committee - Steve Erb, Matt Brandt, Brian Hoffman, Jennifer McWilliams, Corinda  & Andrew Snook

4-H Department - Kathy Weller

FFA Department - Valerie Fry

 

  1. See General Animal Rules

  2. 4-H & Vocational Dairy Cattle, Breeding Beef and Breeding Sheep classes have been combined with the open classes.  Please see those departments (2, 3, & 4) for codes and guidelines.

  3. Grand and Reserve Champion winning entries will receive special awards based on qualified entries to the class.

Class 27 - Breeding Sheep (4-H/Vocational and Open Youth Only, entry only in Dept. 4 or 10)

Lot#   Description       Premiums   $12  11  10  9  8

 

1701    Commercial Yearling Ewe                                                                                       

1702    Commercial Pair Yearling Ewes

1703    Commercial Ewe Lamb-(if the alternate tagged lamb is a ewe it can be entered in this Class 27, Lot #1703.  Exhibitor must submit entry by August 1)

1704    Commercial Pair Ewe lambs

          

Dairy Goats

 

  1. All dairy goats must be owned by the exhibitor, under the direct care of the exhibitor by February 28 of the current year.

  2. Animals not bred by the exhibitor shall be owned by the exhibitor by May 1 of the current year.

 

Class Division

 

34   Alpine (French, Rock & Swiss)

35   Angora

36   Lamancha

37   Nubian

38   Oberhasli

39   Toggenburg

40   Other Purebreds

41   Recorded Grade

42   Saanen

 

Premiums $12  10  8  7  6

Lot# Description

 

2001   Doe under 6 months

2002   Doe 6 months to 1 year

2003   Doe under 2 years (in milk)

2004   Doe 2 years and < 3 years (in milk)

2005   Doe 3 years and < 5 years (in milk)

2006   Doe over 5 years (in milk)

2007   Doe over 1 year but < 2 years (not in milk)

2008   Doe over 2 year but < 4 years (not in milk)

2009   Doe 4 years and older (not in milk)

 

Class 43 - Breeding Meat Goats

Premiums $12  10  6

Lot# Description

 

2081   Boer Doe under 6 months

2091   Crossbred Doe under 6 months

2082   Boer Doe 6 months to 1 year

2092   Crossbred Doe 6 months to 1 year

2083   Boer Doe over 1 year

2093   Crossbred Doe over 1 year 

Class 65 - Pygmy Goats

Premiums $12  10  6

Lot#  Description

 

2100   Under 6 months 2101 6 months to 1 year

2102   Over 1 year

 

Showmanship - Exhibitor must own animal shown

Class Division

 

15   Beef

28   Sheep

32   Swine

33   Rabbits

44  Goats

66  Dairy Feeder Steers

67  Poultry

68  Dairy Cattle

 

Premiums $10  9  8  7  6

Lot #  Description

 

Class should be selected based on exhibitors age as of show day.

6000 Senior age 16-21

6001 Intermediate age 12-15

6002 Junior age 9-11

6003 Novice - (ages 8-11. all other show in their respective age class.)

 

Youth Livestock Sale

Chairperson: Carol Hoffman 570-374-0642 Vice Chairperson: Kayla Beiler

Secretary/Treasurer: Kathy Shea Sale Manager: Matt Brandt 

 

Animal Tagging & Weigh In

Tagging Contact Persons

 

Market Steers & Dairy Beef  May 1
Glen Gardner 570-658-7664

Market Lambs  May 1
Greg Erb (Email: gerb@mwsd.cc)

Doug Hollenbach 570-809-2146 

 

Market Goats  May 1

Kevin Stroup 570-259-4625

 

Market Swine  May 1

Matt Brandt 717-519-9691
Greg Erb (Email: gerb@mwsd.cc)

Market Rabbits August 1
Kathy Shea 570-765-6676 (email backyardbunnies4h@gmail.com)

Market Poultry contact must be made by June 1 in order for the proper number of chicks to be ordered. 

Contact Quinn Robinson 570-847-1948 (email qrr5002@gmail.com) or Kathy Shea 570-765-6676 (email kashea01@gmail.com)

Animal Tagging & Weigh in dates

Market Steer, Lambs, Goats and Dairy Beef: Saturday, June 1, 9-11 am  (Schedule is first come--first served)

Steer Handling Checks: Exhibitors will be required to handle and take their animals to the scales during the weigh-in and tagging day in June for safe and adequate handling. 

Swine Tagging: June 14th at the Fairgrounds, 6:30-8:00 pm. 

Rabbit Tattooing: August 17 at the Shea Residence, Paxtonville, 10 am. All animals must be tattooed on the same day. Animal Entry forms will be collected at tattooing time. Rabbit exhibitors may tattoo up to 10 animals to choose from.  Please have your forms (found on the website) completed.  If a form and payment is not available your animal will not be marked.

Poultry Selection:  July 16th at the Fairgrounds, 6:00 pm

Poultry entry forms can be found on the Forms page. Please have your completed entry form and entry fees ready at time of selection.  Poultry testing and tagging will be at the exhibitor's residence within 30 days before the end of fair.  A Certified Poultry Technician (CPT) or Category 2 Accredited Veterinarian must complete all Poultry blood testing & banding.  Tagging must be completed on the dates of Aug 26-29 in accordance with the 30-day rule.

Official Poultry Leg Band Record must be completed at the same time of blood testing and leg banding.  The CPT or Category 2 Accredited Veterinarian must complete and sign this record.  Forms must accompany birds upon check in at the fair.  Forms not completed and signed at check-in will deem the bird’s ineligible for competition.

Reminder:  Animals must be castrated before the June weigh in.  A castration check will take place at this time by a veterinarian. 
 

  1. See General Animal Rules.

  2. Exhibitors must be members of the Snyder County 4-H Club and/or FFA Chapter.  Exhibitors need to have taken the project they enter in 4-H/FFA during the current year in the species in order to exhibit at fair.

  3. A 4-H member is enrolled when the member’s enrollment is approved by the county 4-H educator.  A 4-H member must be in “good standing” with the 4-H office to exhibit at the fair.

  4. FFA record books must be verified by the advisor, for the exhibitor to be eligible to show during the current fair.  Advisors will provide a list to the Livestock Manager by September 4.

  5. 4-H animal projects books must be judged at or prior to 4-H Round-up.  Those failing to have books judged before Beaver Fair will be ineligible for competition in youth classes and also ineligible for the Youth Livestock Sale. An alternate project animal for all species may be tagged and exhibitor’s choice of animals brought to the fair.

  6. An alternate project animal for all species may be tagged and exhibitors choice of animals brought to the fair.  A family alternate is no longer available, instead alternates must be registered to an exhibitor and records kept on that animal.

  7. Animals will be castrated by a method chosen by the exhibitor prior to tagging. 

  8. If during the check of the animal upon arrival at the fair the exhibitor must realize that animals found to have testicular tissue will be sent home.

Fair Arrival and Animal Check In and Weighing

 

  1. There will be no re-weighs during weigh-in Sunday of fair.

  2. Exhibitors may show and sell a maximum of 7 lots from the following: 1 steer; 1 dairy feeder; 2 lambs; 2 hogs; 2 goats, 1 meat pen (rabbit), 1 single fryer (rabbit), 1 meat pen (poultry) and 1 roaster (poultry).

  3. All livestock sale animals must arrive on the fairgrounds on Sunday between the hours of  9 am and 3 pm.  Only the maximum number of animals eligible to be exhibited per species may be brought to the fairgrounds.  Animals designated as alternates may not be weighed if those chosen do not meet weight requirements.

  4. All livestock will be weighed at the fair on Sunday according to the following schedule:

  • Rabbits 10 am – 12 noon

  • Poultry 12 noon

  • All other will start at 4 pm. 

Weights of animals must be within a specified range at weigh in as follows:

  • Market Hogs (barrows or gilts only) 220-290 lbs

  • Market Lambs (wethers or ewes only) 85lbs-no top weight

  • Market Goats (wethers or does only) 60-110 lbs

  • Market Steers 900-1500 lbs

  • Dairy Feeder Steer (steers only) 350-650 lbs

  • Rabbits (pen of three) not more than 70 days old 3 1/2-5 1/2 lbs each

  • Rabbits (single fryer) not more than 70 days old 3 1/2-5 1/2 lbs each

  • Poultry (Pen of 3) (not more than 70 days old) 6.5-8.5 lbs

  • Poultry (Roaster) (not more than 70 days old) 7-9 lbs each

 

  1. Weight classes will be designated after weigh in due to weight variances and number of entries within each weight division.

  2. All animals must be dry for weigh ins.

  3. Lambs must be slick shorn to 1/2 inch or less with the exception of the leg wool.

  4. If clipping, swine may be clipped to no less than 3/4 inch. 

Sale

 

  1. Any and all animals that are not taken to the show ring due to the animal not being controllable will not be sold during the sale.

  2. Sale start time will be Thursday of the fair at 6:30 pm. following any special presentations at 6:00 pm.

  3. Underweight and overweight animals will NOT be sold during the Livestock Sale.

  4. Sale animals for which the fair provides transportation, will be removed from the fairgrounds beginning at 8 pm Saturday night by the fairs designated haulers.   Other animals will be released at 9:30 pm, or at the discretion of the sale manager, unless there are still fair designated haulers who need to load out. 

  5. Exhibitors will be limited to show and sell 7 lots.

 

Department 10 Class 46 - Market Steers

Premiums $20  18  16  14 12

Lot#   Description 

 

51   Steers, All weights

 

Department 10 Class 47 - Market Lambs

Premiums  $12  10  6

Lot#   Description 

 

61    Market Lamb, All weights

 

Department 10 Class 48 - Market Swine

 

If clipping, swine may be clipped to no less than 3/4 inch.    

                                           

Premiums $12  10  6

Lot#   Description   

 

71   Market Swine, All weights

Department 10 Class 49 - Market Goats

 

  • Market goats can be disbudded or tipped.

  • Market goats must be born after January 1st of the current year.

Premiums $12  10  6

Lot# Description

 

2101   Market Goat, All weights

 

Department 10 Class 50 - Market Rabbits

 

  1. It is the responsibility of all rabbit exhibitors to contact the Beaver Fair when your litters are born. 

  2. If you choose to purchase meat rabbits, you must contact Matt or Kathy Shea no later than August 1 to inform them of your intent to purchase & exhibit meat rabbits.

  3. If you choose to purchase meat rabbits instead of breeding them, your rabbits must be purchased and in your possession on the day they are tattooed, no later. 

Premiums   $8  7  6  5  4

Lot# Description   

 

81   Meat Pen (3 Rabbits)

Premiums   $6  5  4  3  2

Lot# Description   

 

82   Single Fryer

 

Department 10 Class 51 - Market Dairy Feeder Steers

 

  • Dairy Feeder Steers must be born between Jan 1 and April 15 of the current year.

  • Must be naturally polled or dehorned by weigh in/tag day.

  • Must contain 100% dairy blood line from the major breeds: Holstein, Jersey, Guernsey, Ayrshire, Milking Shorthorn, Brown Swiss, and Lineback.

 

Premiums   $20  18  16  14  12

Lot# Description

 

91   Dairy Feeder Steers, All weights

 

Department 10 Class 80 - Market Poultry

 

While the PA Department of Agriculture did not have a ban on Poultry Exhibitions at time of  publication, please refer to beaverfair.org for any updates before registering entries in this class.

 

Rules

 

  1. Open to Snyder County 4-H and FFA members carrying a poultry project only.

  2. Entries: A maximum of one entry per class is allowed.

  3. The exhibitor can tag no more than 8 animals.

  4. Individual Roaster: 1 Bird not less than 7 lbs. not more than 9 lbs. No more than 70 days old. 

  5. Meat Pen: 1 pen of 3 birds no less than 6.5 lbs. and no more than 8.5 lbs.  No more than 70 days old.

  6. Meat birds will be acquired on the date specified, from the Beaver Community Fair reserve only.  Exhibitors will select birds on a first come, first serve basis. 

  7. All poultry exhibitors must supply one week’s supply of feed for their animals.  Care for animals must be provided twice daily.

  8. Unsuitable Birds:  The fair management will eliminate any birds from competition that are not in suitable condition or which cannot be satisfactorily handled under show conditions. 
     

Health

 

  1. Exhibitors must check the current health regulations and inoculation schedules with the Superintendent at least 6 weeks prior to show date.

  2. All birds must bear an official PDA-issued crimp style or butt end style leg identification band.

  3. An Owner-Endorsed Poultry Health Certificate or Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (health chart or CVI), must accompany all poultry.  Owner-Endorsed Poultry Health Certificates can be found on the fair’s website.  

  4. All birds must come from Pullorum-typhoid free flock (present flock card or certificate from hatchery) or test negative for Pullorum-typhoid.

  5. All birds must test negative for Avian Influenza and be tested by a CPT or Category 2 Accredited Veterinarian.  Avian Influenza test results must be completed within the 30-day rule.

  6. All test results must accompany the birds upon arrival at the fair.

  7. Official Poultry Leg Band Record must be completed at the same time of blood testing and leg banding.  The CPT or Category 2 Accredited Veterinarian must complete and sign this record.  Forms must accompany birds upon check in at the fair.  Forms not completed and signed at check-in will deem the bird’s ineligible for competition.

  8. All poultry sale animals must arrive on the fairgrounds on Sunday at 12 pm.  Only the maximum number of animals eligible to be exhibited may be brought to the fairgrounds. 

Premiums   $6  5  4  3  2   

Lot#   Description                                                                

 

1001    Individual Roaster, All weights

 

Premiums   $8  7  6  5  4 

Lot #  Description                                 

 

1002   Meat Pen, All weights    

4-H PROJECT ENTRY RULES 

  1. 4-H entries are limited to Snyder County 4-H Club Members.

  2. Exhibitors need to have taken the project they enter in 4-H during the current year in order to exhibit at fair.

  3. A 4-H member is enrolled when the member’s enrollment is approved by the county 4-H educator.  A 4-H member must be in “good standing” with the 4-H office to exhibit at the fair.

  4. Both the project and record book, when applicable, are required for submission and judging eligibility.

  5. 4-H Project/Record books must have been evaluated prior to fair to be eligible for entry. Books will be scored for completeness, neatness and accuracy.

  6. Entries are limited to 1 item per exhibitor/per lot for the same project unless a separate category exists.

  7. All posters must be created and displayed 14 wide by 22 long  (portrait).  All other displays/sizes will be ineligible.

  8. Entries not meeting fair guidelines will be disqualified.

 

Department 10 Class 54 - 4-H & Vocational Sewing (All clothing/textiles should be in clear bags.)
Premiums  $3  2  1  1  1

Lot# Description

 

4000   Pillow

4005   Waisted Shorts or Skirt, Elastic/Drawstring

4006   Simple Pullover Top or Shirt

4007   Tote Bag

4009   Simple Sleepwear

4010   Shorts or Skirt w/set-on waistband

4011   Fabric Sq Wall hanging or pillow

4013   Stuff Sack

4018   Top or Dashike

4019   Gathered Skirt

4020   Patchwork Skirt

4021   T-Shirt

4022   Pants, Drawstring or Elastic

4023   Top, Kimono/Raglan Sleeves (collarless/sleeveless)

4024   Simple Dress, Kimono/Raglan Sleeves (collarless/sleeveless)

4026   Jumper or Sundress

4027   Robe

4029   Pants & Top w/o set-in sleeves

4031   Dress w/set-in sleeves, cotton or blend

 

Premiums  $4  3  2  2  1

Lot# Description

 

4032   Dress w/set-in sleeves, Knit

4033   Shirt w/set-in sleeves, cotton or blend

4034   Shirt w/set-in sleeves, Knit

4035   Blouse, Casual

4036   Blouse, Dressy

 

Premiums  $5  4  3  2  1

Lot# Description

 

4037   Skirt, Wool or Wool-like fabric

4038   Skirt, Blend

4039   Pants-wool/w-like fabric

4040   Pants-Blend

4043   Jackets, Lined

4044   Jackets, Unlined

4045   Dressy Dresses, Short

 

Premiums  $6  5  4  3  2

Lot# Description

 

4046   Prom/Evening, Long

4047   Tailored Outfit-Dress, wool/like fabric

4048   Tailored Outfit-Ensemble, 2 >pcs

4050   2 pc ensemble, cotton or blend

4051    2 pc ensemble, knit

4052   3 piece ensemble. Cotton or blend

4053   3 piece ensemble, knit

4054   Accessories

 

Premiums  $3  2  2  1  1

Lot# Description

 

4055   Crocheted Article

4056   Knitted Article

4057   Other Wear Apparel (Misc.)

4058   Quilting age 8-11

4059   Quilting age 12-15

4060   Quilting age 16-18

 

Department 10 Class 55 - 4-H & Vocational Outdoor Projects
Premiums  $5  4  3  2  1

Lot# Description   

 

4200   Fishing age 8-11

4201   Fishing age 12-15

4202   Fishing age 16-18

4210   Air Rifle

4220   Air Pistol age 8-11

4221   Air Pistol age 12-15

4222   Air Pistol age 16-18                   

4230  Riflery

4240  Shotgun                                       

4250  Gardening

4260  Archery age 8-11               

4261   Archery  age 12-15

4262   Archery age 16–18                    

4270   Camping/Hiking

4280   Wildlife                                       

4285   Dog

4290   Miscellaneous

 

Department 10 Class 56 - 4-H & Vocational Handcrafts 

(Beading & Stamp Art projects should be placed in plastic zipper bags for display.)

 

Premiums  $6  5  4  3  2

Lot# Description

 

4500  Woodcraft - Age 8-11

4501   Woodcraft - Age 12-15

4502   Woodcraft - Age 16-18

4302   Painted Wood Item

4303   Macramé

4304   Cross Stitch - Age 8-11

4305   Cross Stitch - Age 12-15

4306   Cross Stitch - Age 16-18

4307   Latch Hook - Age 8-11

4308   Latch Hook - Age 12-15

4309   Latch Hook - Age 16-18

4310   Plastic Canvas

4311   Stamp Art - Age 8-11

4312   Stamp Art - Age 12-15

4313   Stamp Art - Age 16-18

4314   Ceramics - Age 8-11

4315   Ceramics - Age 12-15

4316   Ceramics - Age 16-18

4317   Cake Decorating - Age 8-11

4318   Cake Decorating - Age 12-15

4319   Cake Decorating - Age 16-18

4320   Foods Age 8-11

4321   Foods Age 12-15

4322   Foods Age 16-18

4333   Lamp Project Age 8-11

4334   Lamp Project Age 12-15

4335   Lamp Project Age 16-18

4336   Beaded Jewelry Project Age 8-11

4337   Beaded Jewelry Project Age 12-15

4338   Beaded Jewelry Project Age 16-18

4495   4-H Misc Poster age 8-11

4496   4-H Misc Posters age 12-15

4497   4-H Misc Posters age 16-18

4498   Handcrafts Misc

Department 10 Class 61 - 4-H & Vocational Photography
Premiums  $5  4  3  2  1

Lot# Description 

 

3630 Minimum of 3 each of the following buildings, animals, landscaping, people & action plus 1 sequence of (2) or more pictures, all mounted in an album

Premiums  $10  8  6  4  2

Lot# Description 

 

3631   Minimum of 5 each of buildings, animals, landscaping, people & action plus 1 sequence of  (5) pictures, taken from the same position but at different times of day.  Also, 3 picture stories of  before and after, or how to do it, or any 4-H activity

3632   Minimum of 8 color slides plus (5) flash, (5) photoflood, (5) available light, (5) showing good composition, & 1 story telling a sequence of (5) or more pictures
 

Entry is one photo labeled and in 5x 7 hanging frame

 

3633   4-H Photo age 8-11

3634   4-H Photo age 12-15

3635   4-H Photo age 16-18

3636   4-H Scrapbooks Clubs (entered in CLUB NAME)

3637   4-H Scrapbooks Indiv. age 8-11

3638   4-H Scrapbooks Indiv. age 12-15

3639   4-H Scrapbooks Indiv. age 16-18

3640   4-H Misc. Photo Project

 

Premiums  $12  10  8  6  4

Lot# Description 

 

3641    Minimum of (5) each of: close-ups, high or low contrast, available light, fill-in flash, color prints or slides, multiple flash or flood, portraits of people, animal pictures, plus one enlargement.

3642    Digital photos album series

3643    Other
 

Department 10 Class 63 - 4-H Cloverbud Projects Ages 5-7

Entries are limited to the project only; no project books will be accepted in any class.

 

Premiums  $5  4  3  2  1

Lot# Description     

 

3660 Exploring the Treasures of 4-H

3661 Pet Care

3662 Exploring Farm Animals

3663 Shoe Box Display

3664 Beading

3665 Leathercraft

3666 Fishing

3667 Cake Decorating Project

3668 Rubber Stamp Project

3669 Scrapbook

3670 Ceramics Project

3671  Photo Album

3672 Woodworking  

3673  Sewing

3674  Cooking

3675  Latch Hook

3676  Hiking

3637  Model/ Project replica

3638  Misc. Cloverbud Project

Department 10 Class 57 - 4-H Project Book Entry Guidelines

  1. Entries not meeting these guidelines will be deemed ineligible.

  2. 4-H entries are limited to Snyder County 4-H Club Members

  3. Multiple projects in a binder will make the entry ineligible.  Project/Record book entries must be in separate binders/folders. 

  4. Both the project and record book, when applicable, are required for submission and judging eligibility.

  5. 4-H Project/Record books must have been evaluated prior to fair to be eligible for entry.

  6. Books will be scored for creativity, completeness, neatness and accuracy.

  7. Premiums will be awarded for five places as listed as judges see fit.

 

Premiums  $10  8  6  4  2

Lot#  Description

Animal Science

(Reference guides have been replaced by a poster, created and displayed 14 wide by 22 long)

3371    4-H Mkt Steer Poster age 8-11

3372   4-H Mkt Steer Poster age 12-15

3373   4-H Mkt Steer Poster age 16-18

3374   4-H Dairy Beef Poster age 8-11

3375   4-H Dairy Beef Poster age 12-15

3376   4-H Dairy Beef Poster Age 16-18

3377   4-H Dairy Cattle Poster age 8-11

3378   4-H Dairy Cattle Poster age 12-15

3379   4-H Dairy Cattle Poster age 16-18

3380   4-H Mkt Lamb Poster age 8-11

3381  4-H Mkt Lamb Poster age 12-15

3385   4-H Mkt Lamb Poster age 16-18

3386   4-H Horse Projects age 8-11

3387  4-H Horse Projects 12-15

3388  4-H Horse Projects age 16-18

3395  4-H Rabbit Poster age 8-11

3396  4-H Rabbit Poster age 12-15

3397  4-H Rabbit Poster age 16-18

3398  4-H Pet Care age 8-11

3399  4-H Pet Care age 12-15

3400  4-H Pet Care age 16-18

3401   4-H Mkt Goat Poster age 8-11

3402  4-H Mkt Goat Poster  age 12-15

3403  4-H Mkt Goat Poster age 16-18

3404  4-H Mkt Swine Poster age 8-11

3405  4-H Mkt Swine Poster age 12-15

3406  4-H Mkt Swine Poster age 16-18

 

Science & Technology

 

3410  4-H Woodworking age 8-11

3411   4-H Woodworking age 12-15

3412   4-H Woodworking age 16-18

3413   Misc. Sci. & Tech. Project Book age 8-11

3414   Misc. Sci. & Tech. Project Book age 12-15

3415   Misc. Sci. & Tech. Project Book age 16-18

 

 

Leadership & Personal Development

 

3419   4-H Teen Leadership age 8-11

3420  4-H Teen Leadership age 12-15

3421   4-H Teen Leadership age 16-18

3443  Misc. Leadership age 8-11

3444  Misc. Leadership age 12-15

3445  Misc. Leadership age 16-18

 

Environmental & Earth Sciences

 

3449   4-H Fishing age 8-11

3450   4-H Fishing age 12-15

3451   4-H Fishing age 16-18

3452   4-H Gardening age 8-11

3453   4-H Gardening age 12-15

3454   4-H Gardening age 16-18

3455   Misc. Environmental & Earth Sci. age 8-11

3456   Misc. Environmental & Earth Sci. age 12-15

3457   Misc. Environmental & Earth Sci. age 16-18

 

Family and Consumer Sciences

 

3461   4-H Sewing age 8-11

3462   4-H Sewing age 12-15

3463   4-H Sewing age 16-18

3464   4-H Foods and Nutrition age 8-11

3465   4-H Foods and Nutrition age 12-15

3466   4-H Foods and Nutrition age 16-18

3467   Misc. Sewing age 8-11

3468   Misc. Sewing age 12-15

3469   Misc. Sewing age 16-18

3470   Misc. Foods age 8-11

3471    Misc. Foods age 12-15

3472    Misc. Foods age 16-18

 

Healthy Lifestyles Education

 

3474  4-H Air Rifle age 8-11

3475  4-H Air Rifle age 12-15

3476  4-H Air Rifle age 16-18

3477  4-H Air Pistol age 8-11

3478  4-H Air Pistol age 12-15

3479  4-H Air Pistol age 16-18

3480  4-H Advanced Air Pistol age 8-11

3481  4-H Advanced Air Pistol age 12-15

3482 4-H Advanced Air Pistol age 16-18

3483 4-H Rifle age 8-11

3484 4-H Rifle age 12-15

3485 4-H Rifle age 16-18

3540 4-H Archery age 8-11

3541 4-H Archery age 12-15

3542 4-H Archery age 16-18

3487 4-H Shotgun age 8-11

3488 4-H Shotgun age 12-15

3489 4-H Shotgun age 16-18

3490 4-H Misc Shooting Sports age 8-11

3491 4-H Misc Shooting Sports age 12-15

3492 4-H Misc Shooting Sports age 16-18

3493 4-H Outdoor Adventures age 8-11

3494 4-H Outdoor Adventures age 12-15

3495 4-H Outdoor Adventures age 16-18

3496 Misc. Healthy Lifestyles  age 8-11

3497 Misc. Healthy Lifestyles  age 12-15

3498 Misc. Healthy Lifestyles age 16-18

3499 4-H Photography age 8-11

3500  4-H Photography age 12-15

3501 4-H Photography age 16-18 

 

Expressive Arts

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Lot #  Description

 

3505   4-H Latch Hook age 8-11

3506   4-H Latch Hook age 12-15

3507   4-H Latch Hook age 16-18

3508   4-H Leather Crafts age 8-11

3509   4-H Leather Crafts age 12-15

3510   4-H Leather Crafts age 16-18

3511    4-H Cake Decorating age 8-11

3512   4-H Cake Decorating age 12-15

3513   4-H Cake Decorating age 16-18

3514   Stamp Art age 8-11

3515   Stamp Art age 12-15

3516   Stamp Art age 16-18

3517   Scrapbooking age 8-11

3518   Scrapbooking age 12-15

3519   Scrapbooking age 16-18

3520   Beaded Jewelry age 8-11

3521    Beaded Jewelry age 12-15

3522   Beaded Jewelry age 16-18

3523   Lamp Project age 8-11

3524   Lamp Project age 12-15

3525   Lamp Project age 16-18

3526   4-H Ceramics age 8-11

3527   4-H Ceramics age 12-15

3528   4-H Ceramics age 16-18

3529   Misc. Expressive Arts age 8-11

3530   Misc. Expressive Arts age 12-15

3531    Misc. Expressive Arts age 16-18

 

 

Department 10 Class 58 - 4-H & Vocational Conservation

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Lot# Description

 

3600   Any phase of soil & Water conservation

3601   Game Feeder, nesting box part of a wildlife conservation project

3602   Photo Story of wildlife experiences, collection of printed or illustrated wildlife material graphed to illustrate one idea learned or worked with in the wildlife project

3603   Map of woodland area, several acres in size. Write description of area, size & kinds of trees & shrubs & uses as wildlife cover & food. Mark map showing wildlife, plant life, water, etc.

3604   Hunter safety project, displaying any phase

3605   Other

 

 

Department 10 Class 59 - 4-H & Vocational Entomology
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Lot# Description  

 

3610 25 Species of insects, 5 orders properly mounted & labeled

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Lot# Description 

 

3611 50 Species of insects, 9 orders properly mounted & labeled  

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Lot# Description  

 

3612   75 Species of insects, 11 orders properly mounted & labeled

 

Department 10 Class 60 - 4-H & Vocational Geology
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Lot# Description  

 

3620    20 labeled rocks, minerals or fossils    

 

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Lot# Description            

 

3621    40 labeled rocks, minerals or fossils

 

Department 10 Class 62 - 4-H & Vocational Forestry
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Lot#    Description                                                 

 

3640   (10) leaf specimens, (5) cones, & (1) potted seedling from your seed box all properly labeled 

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Lot#    Description      

 

3641    (15) leaf specimens only, properly labeled 

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Lot#    Description        

 

3642    (15) leaf specimens only, & (10) wood specimens 

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Lot#    Description      

 

3643   50+ Leaf Specimens Only, Properly labeled 

Department 10 Class 57 - Vocational Project Record Books 

Vocational Project Book Entry Guidelines

  1. Entries are limited to agriculture students of Juniata, Mifflin, Snyder, Union and Northumberland counties with projects meeting state standards for scope.

  2. No project books are eligible for awards if records are not complete as of September 8th. Except where a project has ended prior to that date, in which case the project book should be completed.

  3. The books will be scored for completeness, accuracy, neatness, yield, and degree of ownership.

  4. Entry tags should be attached to the front of each book.

  5. Each entry must be in separate folders so judges may score them individually. Only one 1 class entry per folder or notebook will be accepted. Where folders contain more than one enterprise, the exhibitor must clearly Identify which enterprise is to be scored by attaching a note to the front cover.

  6. Vo-Ag record books must have tab dividers to separate the sections (planning, enterprise, summary, and activities found in each enterprise book.

  7. Books not meeting these rules will not be judged.

  8. FFA exhibitors are limited to 1 one enterprise book entry, which must be submitted in its own folder. Those entering a folder with more than one enterprise will be disqualified.

 

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Lot#   Description

 

3300   Vo-Ag - Aquaculture

3301   Vo-Ag - Beef Breeding

3302   Vo-Ag - Beef Growing

3303   Vo-Ag - Beef Finishing

3304   Vo-Ag - Dairy-Beef Growing

3305   Vo-Ag - Bookkeeping

3306   Vo-Ag - Pet Production - Cats

3307   Vo-Ag - Pet Production - Dogs

3308   Vo-Ag - Working Dogs

3309   Vo-Ag - Hunting Dogs

3310   Vo-Ag - Christmas Trees

3311   Vo-Ag - Commercial Vegetables

3312   Vo-Ag - Field Corn - Grain

3313   Vo-Ag - Field Corn - Silage

3314   Vo-Ag - Dairy Heifer

3315   Vo-Ag - Dairy Cow

3316   Vo-Ag - Dairy Herd

3317   Employment, Off-Farm <400 hrs

3318   Employment, Off-Farm >400 hrs

3319   Employment, On-Farm <400 hrs

3320   Employment, On-Farm >400 hrs

3321   Vo-Ag Equine/Horse Production1

3322   Vo-Ag Forage - Alfalfa

3323   Vo-Ag Forage - Grass

3324   Vo-Ag Forage - Alfalfa/Grass 50/50

3325   Vo-Ag Goats - Dairy

3326   Vo-Ag Goats - Meat

3327   Vo-Ag Greenhouse Production

3328   Vo-Ag Home Garden

3329   Vo-Ag Laboratory Animal Production

3330   Vo-Ag Poultry Contract

3331   Vo-Ag Poultry Meat - Broilers

3332   Vo-Ag Poultry Meat - Roasters

3333   Vo-Ag Poultry Meat - Turkeys

3334   Vo-Ag Poultry Meat - Other

3335   Vo-Ag Poultry Meat - Laying Hens

3336   Vo-Ag Poultry - Rabbit Production

3337   Vo-Ag Research

3338   Vo-Ag Sheep Breeding

3339   Vo-Ag Sheep Finishing

3340   Vo-Ag Small Grain - Barley

3341   Vo-Ag Small Grain - Oats

3342   Vo-Ag Small Grain - Wheat

3343   Vo-Ag Small Grain - Soybeans

3344   Vo-Ag Swine Breeding

3345   Vo-Ag Swine Finishing

3346   Vo-Ag Tree Fruits

3347   Vo-Ag Small Fruits

3348    Vo-Ag Veal Calves

3349   Vo-Ag Wildlife

3350   Vo-Ag Practicum Skills

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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