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4-H Online Information for Families & Leaders

Re-enrolling 4-H members/families are encourged to use the 4-H online system to re-enroll each year.
New 4-H families in Clayton County must fill out paper enrollment forms the first year. Please contact a club leader or the Clayton County Extension Office for enrollment, medical/permission and code of ethics forms.

County 4-H News

July 24, 2014

Clayton County Extension Youth & 4-H Committee is pleased to announce the new members for the 2014-15 4-H County Council. 4-H members selected were Darci Eberhardt, Elkader; Bailey Martins, Luana; Kaylie Weber, Strawberry Point; Tom Shirbroun, Farmersburg and Karl Klocke, Arlington.  County Council will be honored during the Share-the Fun Program on Wednesday evening, July 30 at the Clayton County Fair.

July 22, 2014

The Clayton County 4-H Foundation is sponsoring a Stick Horse Rodeo at 5 pm in front of the grandstands on Saturday, August 2 during the Clayton County Fair.  Events include Bare-Back Bronco Riding, Calf Roping, Pole Bending and Barrel Racing with stick ponies.  There will also be a Celebrity Catalog Race.  Local celebrities will race for the winning page in the catalog. The one with the fastest time wins! 

July 21, 2014

Clayton County 4-H and FFA members have entered 2923 exhibits for the county fair competition according to Tammy Muller, County 4-H & Youth Program Coordinator.   The 160th annual Clayton County Fair is scheduled for July 30 – August 4, 2014 at the fairgrounds located at the village of National (5 miles north of Garnavillo).

July 15, 2014

The Youth Dairy Classic Show will be held Sunday, September 7 beginning at 9 a.m. at the Fayette County Fairgrounds in West Union.  Rules & Entry Form

July 9, 2014

Clayton County 4-H and FFA members recently competed in their annual Advanced Cattle Feeding Program on June 16 in Edgewood. Participants entered their cattle into the program in December and began tracking all of their income and expenses. On June 16 their projects were ultra-sounded for market acceptability.  Presentations were given to a judge and to the crowd in attendance and the participants were ranked on their knowledge of their cattle.

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