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Agriculture Tractor Driving and Poster

August 17, 2015

Agriculture Tractor Driving and Poster 

DIVISION/GRADE
Level A (Grades 3-4) 4-H-961
Level B (Grades 5-6) 4-H-962
Level C (Grades 7-9) 4-H- 963
Level D (Grades 10-12) 4-H-964

Manuals must be bought at the Jay County Purdue Extension Office

The following is a link to help assist you with your poster :http://www.four-h.purdue.edu/ind_4h/video.cfm?item=133&itemID=819


There are two categories:
Agricultural – involves skills and understanding of farming tractors.
Lawn & Garden – involves skills in the lawn and garden tractors.

Exhibit
Driving Option
1. Participate in the county tractor driving contest which will be held in accordance with state operators’ rules.
Note: For the Lawn & Garden Contest, you can use either a lawn & garden tractor or zero-radius mower.
2. Members participate in the driving contest as Juniors (Grades 3-7) or Seniors (Grades 8-12).
3. For more information to prepare for the driving contest, visit the state 4-H Tractor website: http://www.four-h.purdue.edu/tractor/

Exhibit
Non-Driving Option

Level A:
Choose one of the following to exhibit
1. Poster
2. Notebook Report
3. Display board: display boards differ from a poster in that real objects are normally used rather than drawings or pictures. Three-dimensional items are attached to the board.
Note: The subject matter content for the exhibit must correspond to the subject matter content found in the Level A manual.

Level B:
Choose one of the following to exhibit
1. Poster
2. Notebook Report
3. Display board: display boards differ from a poster in that real objects are normally used rather than drawings or pictures. Three-dimensional items are attached to the board.
Note: The subject matter content for the exhibit must correspond to the subject matter content found in the Level A or B manuals.

Level C:
Choose one of the following to exhibit
1. Poster
2. Notebook Report
3. Display board: display boards differ from a poster in that real objects are normally used rather than drawings or pictures. Three-dimensional items are attached to the board.
Note: The subject matter content for the exhibit must correspond to the subject matter content found in the Level A, B or C manuals

Level D:
Choose one of the following to exhibit
1. Poster
2. Notebook Report
3. Display board: display boards differ from a poster in that real objects are normally used rather than drawings or pictures. Three-dimensional items are attached to the board.
4. Action Demonstration
Note: The subject matter content for the exhibit must correspond to the subject matter content found in the Level A, B, C or D manuals.

State Fair Entries: 1 per Division

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