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Warren County 4Livestock members,

YQCA (Youth for the Quality Care of Animals) is REQUIRED for those planning to exhibit at the Warren County 4-H Fair and/or Indiana State Fair in beef, goat, poultry, rabbit, sheep and swine. Page 2 has more information and four great opportunities for you to get your certification.


Thank you all for being patient as YQCA transitioned to a new platform. Please refer to the email I sent out on March 30th for help navigating the new platform.

Reminder: In order to exhibit beef, goats, poultry, rabbits, sheep, and/or swine at the Warren County 4-H Fair and/or the Indiana State Fair, 4-H members are required to become Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) Certified. NO EXCEPTIONS! 

4-H Youth ages 8-18 may obtain certification by attending in-person training's at a cost of $3. These in-person training's are offered all over the state of Indiana between now and fair season. Youth do not have to take the training in their home county. Youth of any age may opt to obtain their certification by completing an online training. Online training for certification cost $12 and includes a quiz. To find a listing of current available training's and to register, visit

Registered Animals  
Barrows and Gilts will be required to have registration papers and those papers need to be transferred to the 4-H member. You will need to have your registration papers at time of check-in at the fair.

Swine Release
Swine who are not auction or barn bid animals will be released after the Swine Sweepstakes Show concludes; approx. 8:30 pm on Thursday, June 23.

YQCA Training is required to show at the Warren County 4-H Fair.

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Call the Project Superintendents or the office if you have any questions.

Warren County 
Animal Superintendents

PJ Garriott 765-585-2886
Karsyn Zenor 765-299-6248

Darlene McCormick 217-495-1242

Blair Houston 765-366-3248

Mikayla Martin 765-585-4121

Cheyenne Morgan 765-620-6132

Robert Warrick 765-762-8141
Joseph Silver 765-585-8899
Sam McCollum 765-299-1929




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