Animal Projects

Floyd County 4-H

Board of Animal Health

BOAH (Premise ID etc.)

2023 Indiana Exhibition Requirements

By May 15, 4-H’ers in grades 3-12 will need to take either the YQCA (online) or the Floyd County 4-H Quality Livestock Assurance Training (in-person) before showing animals in the Floyd County Fair Showcase.

What is the difference between YQCA & Floyd County 4-H Quality Livestock Care Training? 

YQCA (Youth Quality Care of Animals) is for those showing animals all year round.   This is only offered online at  Training is $12 for animals excluding Horse, Pony, Dog, Llama and Alpaca.  Once taken, it is the 4-H'ers responsibility to email a completed certificate to or bring a printed certificate to the Floyd County Extension office by May 15 so we can record training in your 4-H profile. No exceptions. This is a new state requirement.

Indiana 4-H Quality Livestock Care Training is for those showing at a county levelTraining is $3 and only offered in-person in early spring (see Upcoming Events tab for training dates) Training is not needed for Horse, Pony, Llama and Alpaca, & Dog. Bring exact cash  or a check made payable to the Purdue CES Ed Fund. Be sure to sign in at the training so that 4-H'ers 4-H Online profile will be updated to reflect training taken.   

For more information on this process, please contact your specie superintendent or 4-H Extension Educator, Sam McCollum.

YQCA Website  

YQCA New Platform Memo 3-24-22 

YQCA Log in  Instructions