Hamilton County

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January 10, 2019

PROJECT SUPERINTENDENT: Bob Huber, 317-439-4507, huberrl@sbcglobal.net

EXHIBIT CHECK-IN: Wednesday, July 17, 7 AM-Noon
JUDGING: Saturday, July 20, 8 AM, Open judging
RELEASE: Sunday, July 21, 7 -10 PM, All Non-Auction livestock released (swine only)
STATE FAIR ENTRIES: All livestock for STATE FAIR must be properly identified and enrolled. State Fair entry deadline is June 1.

Ear Notches:  If you need help understanding and reading your pig's ear notches, click here.

General Livestock Rules

Livestock ID Forms

Swine Affidavit - must be notarized

General 4-H Rules


Fair Page

New for 2018, to exhibit at the county and state fair 4-H members showing beef cattle, dairy cattle, dairy goats, meat goats, poultry, rabbits, sheep and swine, must be certified through the Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA). The purpose of this program: Youth will be more prepared to be ambassadors for animal agriculture in their role as youth livestock exhibitors; Animals from youth livestock programs are treated with the utmost care; 4-H members are contributing to a safe, wholesome food supply. This is an annual program that can be completed via online modules or in-person trainings. More information about this program will be provided from the Extension Office.

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