4-H members (Grades 3 - 12) must identify all Beef and Dairy Cattle, Goats, Horses, Sheep,Rabbit and Swine in the 4HOnline system by the species deadline to be eligible for exhibition.
See the link below to print a 4-H Field Trip and Activities Permission Form.
In partnership with the Indiana 4-H Foundation, the Indiana 4-H Youth Development Program annually awards more than $125,000.00 in scholarships to 4-H members to pursue post-secondary education. Scholarships are awarded to recognize youth participating in Indiana's 4-H Youth Development Program on their achievements and life skill development resulting from their participation in a variety of 4-H experiences.
Current vaccination forms that are required for Horse & Pony, Cat, and Dog.
See the link below to print a 4-H Youth Behavioral Expectations Form.
The Pulaski County 4-H Program is open for Youth in grades K-12. 4-H Enrollment opens October 1st!
See the link below to print a 4-H Youth Health Form.
Please see the Adult Health Form below.
Grievance/Appeal Guidelines for County 4-H Program Issues: (Activities, Programs, Projects)
The safety and well-being of our 4-H youth is of the utmost importance. Pulaski County Mini 4-H members, in grades 1-2, will be allowed to show, work with, or care for animal projects after their parent or legal guardian has signed a liability release.
See the links below to print your Record of 4-H Achievement in word or as a pdf.
Attention 4-H Swine Members: For Indiana State Fair eligibility, all swine must be ID'ed by an 840-RFID tag, the pig's ear notch and have a DNA hair sample submitted to the Pulaski County Extension office AND must be enrolled online at http://in.4honline.com by the May 15 deadline. DNA Hair Sample collection envelopes are now available at the Extension office. Please read the instructions below.