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November 14, 2016

4-H CAT


MANUALS:

CAT 1 BU-6146 Grades 3, 4 & 5

CAT 2 BU-6147 Grades 6, 7 & 8

 CAT 3 BU-6148 Grades 9, 10, 11 & 12

 

PROJECT GUIDELINES

EXHIBIT GUIDELINES:

For all levels, exhibit at least one of the following.

*(any kitten becoming 8 months on show day will be considered an adult cat)

*Long haired Cat- cats whose coat has long top hairs with thick wooly under coat.  The length of hair on a cat’s tail (1 ½” or more) is the determining factor. 

 *Short haired Cat- cats whose coat has only short hairs, a smooth, textured coat. 

  

SHOWMANSHIP DIVISIONS (Grade on Jan. 1 of current year)

BEGINNER- 3rd grade or 1st year

JUNIOR – 4th & 5th grade.

INTERMEDIATE – 6th, 7th or 8th grade.

SENIOR – 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grade.

MASTER- Anyone who has won senior. 

 

 Note:  Once you have won in a class you may move up to the next class the same year.

 

               4-H CAT POSTER EXHIBIT

  1. Posters will be turned in, judged and displayed in the Exhibit Hall like a non-walking project.
  2. The purpose of exhibiting a poster is to demonstrate knowledge gained through the 4-H Cat Project.  One poster will be sent to the State Fair from each level. 
  3. The 4-H Cat poster exhibits must meet the following standards:
    1. Size: 22”x28” displayed horizontally with stiff backing and covered with plastic, accompanied by label in the lower right hand corner. 
    2. County division winners will represent Jay County at the Indiana State Fair.  These divisions are:  Junior: grades 3-5, Intermediate: grades 6-8, and Senior: grades 9-12.

 

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