4-Hers in animal projects will be receiving information in the mail soon. All information included in the mailing, and more, is available for download at the bottom of this page.
4-H Animal ID – Due May 15th, 2021
Species Included in online animal ID: Beef (Including Dairy Feeder Steers), Dairy Cattle, Goat, Horse (Including Draft & Mini), Rabbits, Sheep, and Swine. Cats, Dogs, Pigeons, Poultry, and Rabbits will submit paperwork.
Members of these projects will be receiving information in the mail soon. That information is also available for download at the bottom of this page. It is the responsibility of the 4-H families to enter the required information into the online system by May 15th. This deadline is strictly enforced with a zero-tolerance policy for lateness. Missing the deadline will result in not exhibiting at the county or state fair.
Animal ID Days – Dairy Feeder Steer, Goat, Sheep
For those who participate in an ID Day (members of Dairy Feeder Steer, Goat, & Sheep), you will receive a copy of the Indiana 4-H Livestock ID Worksheet in the mail - please complete the top of the worksheet and bring it with you (this form is also available for download below). Your project volunteers will record the information gathered at ID day so that you can take the information home with you and enter the information into 4HOnline.)
- Dairy Feeder Steer ID Day: Sat., May 1st, 3:00 pm at the Rabbit Barn
- Goat ID Day: Fri., May 7th, 6:00-8:00 pm at Sheep/Goat Barn
- Sheep ID Day: Sat., May 8th, 8:00-10:00 am at the Sheep Barn
Updates and Frequently Asked Questions
- Animals did not carry over from 4HOnline 1.0 to the new 2.0 system (this applies to Horse & Pony, Dairy Goats, Pygmy Goats, and Dairy Cattle Females). You will need to enter all of them again. Going forward you will be able to roll them over for the next year.
- For county-only animals where is requires and RFID tag, put 15 zeroes in the RFID tag field in order to proceed. (I.e., meat goats, swine, etc. that are not going to State Fair.)
- Also, check out the Indiana 4-H Animal ID Resource page for more information at https://bit.ly/3dYgDJC.