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2020 Animal Project Requirements and Guidelines

2020 Junior Fair Rule Changes

2020 Junior Fair Livestock Tag-in Guidelines

 

2020 Livestock Evaluations: All livestock record books have to be dropped off at the OSU Extension office by 5pm on August 21st, 2020. Records on county inserts should be turned in with the previous years book. With your livestock book you also must turn in the completed interview form which is found below with each respective species. In order to complete your project and exhibit at the fair you must turn in your record book with interview sheet. Optional is to also complete the skillathons which are listed below with each species. 

 

 

Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA)

Some national shows are going to be requiring that youth exhibitors complete Youth for the Quality Care for Animals (YQCA) training in order to exhibit. OSU Extension 4-H Youth Development program, in partnership with the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) has endorsed the following option for youth who are officially enrolled in a 4-H and/or FFA livestock/food animal project.

Youth who intend to show their project animal(s) at exhibition (e.g., county or state fair) have the option to complete an online YQCA session.

Note:

DISCLAIMER: All Coshocton County 4-H members may take YQCA to complete their annual QA requirement. Please note that this is the last option to complete QA Training. Also note, this course has a fee. This is not OSU’s program, therefore, this fee cannot be waived. It is, however, the only online QA that is approved through the Ohio Department of Agriculture. County fairs are not guaranteed, though we hope they will continue as planned so it is you and your family’s decision to complete this course understanding the circumstances.

Click here for information on the YQCA process.

  1. All other online courses do not meet the Ohio Youth Food Animal QA certification requirements (i.e., BQA, PQA, BEST, etc.).
  2. Youth can go to the following website to take the age-appropriate online module:  https://yqca.learngrow.io/Account/Login
  3. The cost is $12.
  4. Youth will need their 4HOnline login and password. Youth MUST register using 4HOnline for their results to automatically show up in 4HOnline.
  5. There is no test-out option for YQCA.

 

2020 Quality Assurance Dates in Coshocton County:

March 17, 7:00pm- 9:00pm, Coshocton Christian Tabernacle

April 18, 9:00am- 11:00am, Coshocton Christian Tabernacle

May 12, 7:00pm- 9:00pm, Coshocton Christian Taberncle

May 21, 7:00pm- 9:00pm, Coshocton Christian Tabernacle

Jr. Fair Director: Ron Seitz

Beef

Representative: Scott Haines

Dairy

Representatives: Vikki McGinnis, Missy Kinzel

Dog

Representative: Angela Wright

Goat

Representative: Analea Smith

Horse

Representative: D Woodward Wells

  • 1st Safety & Ethics is May 30, 11:00AM, Will be held virtually
  • 2nd & Final Safety & Ethics is June 4, 4:00PM, Will be held virtually
  • Horse Clinic is postponed
  • PAS Horse show is June 28, 5:00pm, Fairgrounds  Cancelled 
  • PAS Horse Showbill
  • PAS Entry form for out of county youth
  • State Fair entries are due July 6
  • Evaluation & Skillathon   Refer to email from 8/4 - return evaluation information by 8/8
  • Horse Fair pre-show is Septmeber 12, 2:00pm, Fairgrounds
  • Horse Show
  • Horse Show Bill

 Llama

Representative: Jean Haumschild

  • Clinic is May 16, 9:00am, Will be held virtually
  • Llama lease ownership papers are due by June 1
  • Evaluation & Skillathon 
  • Llama Show 

Poultry

Representative: Jacque Woodward

Rabbit

Representative: Andrea Powelson

Sheep

Representative: Nancy Wells

Small Animals (cats, pocket pets, cavy, etc.)

Representative: Angela Wright

Swine

Representative: Stephanie Snyder