Tractor Operation and Maintenance

The 4-H Tractor program provides members an opportunity to "learn by doing". Members will learn that better tractor care results in longer tractor life, more power, and lower operating costs. While members are learning how to care for their tractors they will also learn how to be a safe operator. This project will help participants form good safety habits so they can think and act safely at all times.


PROJECT SUPERINTENDENT: Jason Reynolds, 317-645-6655, reynoldsjwr@yahoo.com 


EXHIBIT CHECK-IN:             Poster Sunday, July 10, 4-6 PM
                                               AG Tractor Driving Thursday, July 14, 12:30 PM
                                               Lawn & Garden Driving Sunday, July 17, 1 PM

JUDGING:                             Poster Monday, July 11, 8:30 AM, Closed Judging
                                              AG Tractor Driving Thursday, July 14, 1 PM
                                              Lawn & Garden Driving Sunday, July 17, Immediately following check-in

RELEASE:                            Poster Tuesday, July 19, 9-11 AM and 5-7 PM

STATE FAIR ENTRIES:       

  • 4 educational exhibits; one per level
  • 3 junior and 3 senior driving contestants will qualify at the county level to compete at the area level contest. 3 junior and 3 senior driving contestants will qualify at the area level to compete at the state contest.

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