Record Keeping Forms

Record Keeping Forms

How To Put Together Your Record Book (click here to download flyer)


General Record Keeping Forms

Project Worksheets

Market Animals (beef, sheep, swine, meat goats)
Breeding Animals (beef, sheep, swine, meat goats)
Dairy Animals
Horse & Pony
Other Forms

Record Keeping Tips

  • As you work on your record books, particularly your project records, you need to keep in mind the difference between a project and an exhibit.  You enroll in

    • Project Areas: This is a specific project area you would like to learn more about throughout your year in 4-H. Therre are 42 different project areas to chose from. They are: Beef, Dairy Cattle, Dairy Goats, Dog, Bottle Calf, Horse & Pony, Meat Goats, Pets, Poultry, Rabbit, Sheep, Swine, Veterinary Sciece, Music, Photography, Visual Arts, Horticulture, Crop Production, Child Development, Clothing, Food & Nutrition, Consumer Management, Health, Home Improvement, Sewing, Citizenship, Communication, Digital Storytelling, Leadership, Self Determined, Mechanics & Design, Woodworking, Science, Engineering and Technology, Outdoor Adventures, Safety & Education in Shooting Sports, Environment and Sustainablit'

    • Exhibits: This is an outgrowth of what you learned in your project area. This is what you bring to the County Fair to have evaluated by a judge such as a photograph or a market steer.

      • You do NOT have to complete a Project Record for each of your fair exhibits. For example: You may have taken three photographs to the County Fair and completed three different Indoor Judging Day Write-Ups. For your record book, however, you only need to complete one Project Record for the Photography Project Area. 
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