Record Keeping Forms
Most forms are available in Adobe .pdf format (for printing) or Microsoft Word document (for typing into and saving to your computer before printing).
There is a new process for 2012 Record Keeping. Please try the new process otherwise you may still use the past process. Both options are listed below and both will be accepted this year. Please follow the order below when getting your record book ready.
2012 Record Keeping Process:
Title Page word
Yearly Participation Summary pdf
- Example 4-H Story word
- You may create a 4-H Story instead of completing the Yearly Participation Summary. Be sure you follow the Yearly Participation Summary to cover all points in your 4-H Story.
- Complete one form for every project – this includes all livestock projects as well!
- This form will need to be used for every project. If you have large animal livestock, find the proper form below to also fill out.
- This Project Record will be used for all Static (Clover Hall) Exhibits, Small Pets, Dog, Poultry, & Rabbit.
Livestock Worksheet (Each project area needs to fill out one worksheet. Horse Project may use either form below)
- Livestock Project Worksheet – Beef, Bucket Calves, Sheep, Swine, Goat, & Horse word pdf
- Horse and Pony Project Worksheet pdf
- The 4-Her creates themselves and adds it in the areas it is needed. This can be pictures of you during the 4-H year, newspaper clippings, and much more. Be creative to support your accomplishments throughout the year!
Past Record Keeping Process:
- My Participation Record pdf Word
- 4-H Yearly Summary pdf Word
- New Livestock Project Record (all livestock) pdf Word
- Basic (Junior) 4-H Project Record pdf Word
- Experienced (Intermediate) 4-H Project Record pdf Word
- Advanced (Senior) Project Record pdf Word
- Financial Information on My 4-H Project pdf Word
- Record Keeping Self-Evaluation pdf
Downloadable livestock forms can be found through this link. It will take you to the State 4-H website. Scroll down and you will find all the forms under "Record Keeping".
*REMEMBER...project records are turned in for an entire project area for the year!
For example, do one project form for Photography, NOT one for each photo you took to the fair! (Exhibits are only a part of your project!)
If you have questions contact:
Sarah Jo Reynolds - Greene County Youth and Families Coordinator
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