2022 4-H & Jr. Fair Poultry Requirements

Together, the Geauga 4-H Program and the Geauga Jr. Fair are introducing a mandatory requirement for all youth poultry participants in 2022. Youth wishing to enroll in any poultry project and exhibit their project with Jr. Fair must participate a poultry clinic. This requirement has been implemented as there is a growing need for poultry husbandry education throughout both programs. Quality Assurance training will be taught at all clinics, fulfilling the members QA requirements for the year. Registration information will be sent out after the new year. Please share these dates with all new and returning club members. Volunteers are welcome to attend.


Saturday, March 19 Time TBA OSU ATI Wooster
- Poultry Husbandry & Care
- Handling & Feeding
- Poultry Science
- Quality Assurance Training
*Must submit proof of attendance to the Extension Office by April 1st


Saturday, April 2 10am – 12pm School Building, Geauga Fairgrounds
- Poultry Husbandry & Care
- Marketing Your Project
- Quality Assurance Training


Tuesday, April 12 6:30pm – 8:30pm School Building, Geauga Fairgrounds
*Ideal for newer members
- Brooder Setup
- Feeding
- Basic Handling
- Quality Assurance Training

 

 

Jr. Fair Online Entry link

 

2019 Livestock sales summary

2018 Livestock Sales Summary

 

Geauga County Junior Fair Board Applicaton and Packet

Due by October 1

JR. FAIR LIVESTOCK SALES SCHOLARSHIP

DUE AUGUST 1

Jr Fair board Coordinator Application

Accepting applications for Pygmy Goats, Rabbits and Small Animals

Each coordinator will serve for a term of three years, with approximately 1/3 of the coordinators potentially being changed each year.  This is to improve the program by making sure we have the best people in place to assist the members, advisors, and parents in the activities of Junior Fair.

If you, or anyone you know, is interested in serving as a coordinator, please pass this application on.

If you have any questions, please contact Jan Jackam at 440.834.1358.