Harrison County 4-H Handbook
2020 Harrison County 4-H Handbook
Our 4-H members worked hard on this year's project animals. You can support them by participating in our 2020 Harrison County 4-H Virtual Premium Auction at beckortauctions.com July 9-23rd!
Applications for youth to participate in this summers Indiana 4-H Band and Chorus are due April 1, 2020.
Interested in Joining 4-H in Harrison County?
Each year, you will complete ONE record sheet packet for ALL of your 4-H projects.
ALL face-to-face Extension programming will be delayed through the month of May
Important message to our stakeholders, friends, and families from Purdue Extension
Please see changes regarding the Animal Grooming Policy at the Indiana State Fair.
4-H members (Grades 3 - 12) must identify all Beef and Dairy Cattle, Goats, Horses, Llamas, Sheep and Swine in the 4HOnline system by the species deadline or earlier county deadline if applicable to be eligible for exhibition.
DNA for Swine and Beef
Provided by Harrison County Community Foundation. Updated 4-7-2020
The Covid19 Safety Plan is required for all in person functions.
We appreciate our essential workers in Harrison County and we want to be sure they know it
March 6th at Corydon Live! Download your registration forms here or get them at the Extension Office.
Welcome new 4-H Families!
A premise ID number is required for all Beef, Dairy, Goat, Poultry, Sheep, and Swine Entries. A member's parents can apply for a premise I.D. number from the Indiana Board of Animal Health. This I.D. number must be written on the animal's I.D. worksheet and entered into 4HOnline.com.
Refer to the Indiana 4-H Youth Development web site project page for a list of 4-H projects supported by the state 4-H office. In addition to these tips, families can see a summary of files to be uploaded in FairEntry and should follow the link to each project's page for exhibit requirements.
To exhibit Beef cattle, diary cattle, swine, sheep, meat goats, diary goats, poultry (including eggs), and/or rabbits, 4-H members must be certified through the Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) program ANNUALLY.