Projects

Johnson County Fair Forms

County Fair Exhibit Form - REQUIRED
Exhibit Entry Form -2016
 
Photography

In this section you will find specific information on specific projects.

Catch-A-Calf

Clothing

Report Forms for 4-Her's who participate in the Clothing Event

Dog
 
Click Here for General 2016 Dog Project Schedules and Information
 
Click Below for detailed Handler's schedules:
              April - 2016 New Handler Classes
              May - 2016
              June - 2016
              July - 2016
 

Showmanship Questions - 2016


Main Vaccinations


Parts of the Dog - Handout


Showmanship Tips

Judges Sheets for Dog Show

Communications - Posters

Visual Arts

Livestock ID Forms

A reminder for the Johnson County Bred Award for Breeding Beef and for the Johnson County Bred Rabbit (see Fairbook for rules) - cards for nomination for Beef are available at the Extension Office!
Special Event Forms for Non 4-H Club Members

For Club Leaders Only - Entry Forms for Non-Animal Divisions

  • Clothing Event
  • Educational Presentations
  • Working Exhibits
  • Share - the - Fun
  • Extemporaneous Speaking

County 4-H News

April 25, 2016

The Iowa City Noon Rotary Club presented the McNutt 4-H Rotary Leadership Award to two outstanding Johnson County 4-H youth on April 21.

January 14, 2016

Johnson County 4-H had two well-deserving members selected to attend National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, GA. 

August 27, 2014

Brick Orders!

April 4, 2013

The Premise ID system was created in response to the need to help protect American animal agriculture from disease threats. The program is currently voluntary in Iowa. Find out more information here.

October 31, 2012

4-H Club RISK Management Resources - for Leaders

Effective 4-H Clubs are Active 4-H groups. We want clubs to engage in a variety of activities and events. That's what makes 4-H fun, educational, and keeps youth excited about 4-H. We simply need to plan and conduct those activities in a safe manner. We need to ensure that risks to the 4-H program and the county extension districtsare minimized and properly managed. Most importantly, we need to ensure that our most critical assets - our 4-H members - are protected.

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