Animal identification is the basis for keeping accurate production records of the herd/flock. Individual animal identification allows 4-H youth producers to keep records on an animal's parentage, birth date, production records, health history, and a host of other important management information.
4-H Livestock must be properly identified in 4-H Online by May 15 each year!
Livestock not properly identified may not exhibit at the Pike County 4-H Fair that year.
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These forms can be used to help learn the identification requirements of each species and complete the identification process each year.
These forms will be updated for each 4-H program year (October 1 - September 30).
Pike County 4-H Livestock ID Requirements
Indiana 4-H Livestock ID Requirements
Horses, Ponies, and Dairy Heifers are the only 4-H livestock that are allowed to be leased in Indiana 4-H.