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Shooting Sports

Beef

  • Steer/Market Heifer Exhibitor Letter - includes Code of Conduct, Brown Co. Born & Raised Steer (Market Heifer) Certificate & Rules, Brown County Cattlemen's Association Membership Application

NEW FOR 2022 - Leasing of breeding animals will be allowed, following the Ohio Department of AgrIculture and the Brown County Fair guidelines.  
See the 2022 Breeding Animal Lease Information for all details by clicking on the following link(s):

Reference your exhibitor letter for other specific project related information.

2022 Beef Skill-a-thon

The Skill-a-thon is mandatory for beef exhibitors in order to exhibit, be eligible for awards, and sale of project. The exhibitors must get a score of 65% or higher to be eligible for awards. Skill-a-Thon will be held in person on June 26th and July 12th, 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., Rhonemus Hall, Brown County Fairground.

Dairy Cattle

Canine

ALL Canine Paperwork, registration form and picture of YOU with YOUR Dog, must be submitted to the OSU Extension Brown County office by June 1, 2022, 4:00 p.m. You may submit your vaccine certificate later (prior to fair) but it must be current through the fair. 

DAY OF SHOW INSTRUCTIONS:

Caine Dog Show Online Registration Form

Cloverbud Dog Showmanship Questions

Caine 2022 Skill-A-Thon

Goats

Tag-in is on Saturday, June 4, 2022, from 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. at the Brown County Fairground

NEW FOR 2022 - Leasing of breeding animals will be allowed, following the Ohio Department of AgrIculture and the Brown County Fair guidelines.  
See the 2022 Breeding Animal Lease Information for all details by clicking on the following link(s):

Reference your exhibitor letter for other specific project related information.

Horses

Sheep

NEW FOR 2022 - Leasing of breeding animals will be allowed, following the Ohio Department of AgrIculture and the Brown County Fair guidelines.  
See the 2022 Breeding Animal Lease Information for all details by clicking on the following link(s):

Reference your exhibitor letter for other specific project related information. 

Poultry 

Rabbit 

  • 2022 Rabbit Exhibitor Letter
  • 2022 Rabbit Information Sheet 

    ♦Tag in for Fancy Rabbits, August 27, 2022, 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. (Georgetown High School FFA area)
    ♦Tag in for Meat Rabbit, August 27, 2022, 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. (Georgetown High School FFA area)


    Reference your exhibitor letter for other specific project related information. 

Companion Animals  

Swine

Reference your exhibitor letter for other specific project related information.

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Clothing and Food & Nutrition

Family Consumer Science & Related Projects

  • FCS & Related Projects Letter
  • Requirements for FCS Related Projects: 
    (Note...page number where you can find the requirements is listed beside each project)
    • Healthy Living - #300 You're the Athlete (page 52), #351 Staying Healthy (page 53), #352 Keeping Fit (page 53), #353 First Aid in Action (page 53), #354 Medicine Science and Safety (page 53), #355 Tracking Your Health and Fitness (page 54), #357 Alcohol and Drug Abuse (page 54), #358 The Truth About Tobacco (page 54), #359 Your Thoughts Matter (page 54), #434 Superhero You (page 55)
    • Home Living - #405 The Laundry Project, #491 It's My Home, #494 Makeover My Space, #495 Your First Home Away from Home (pages 55-56) 
    • Genealogy - #442 Family History Treasurer Hunt (page 27)
    • Money Management - #445 Becoming Money Wise, #448 Teens...On the Road to Financial Success (pages 60-61)
    • Cake Decorating #492 (A,B,C) (page 22)
    • Collecting - #496 My Favorite Things (page 23)
    • Scrapbooking #497 (page 33)
    • Fine Arts - #498 Quilting the Best Better, #499 You Can Quilt!, #593 Seeing Through Graphic Design (pages 23-24) 
      • #592 Get Started in Art (pages 25-26)

Writing

Self-Determined

4-H Conservation, Engineering, & Miscellaneous (Dept. 18)

  • Department 18 letter
  • Department 18 Project Requirements
    (Note...page number where you can find the requirements is listed beside the project(s) 
    • About 4-H - #91 Discovering 4-H; #92 4-H Around the Globe (page 1)
    • Horseless Horse #173 (page 7)
    • Veterinary Science - #244 From Airedales to Zebras; #245 AllSystems Go!; #246 On the Cutting Edge (page 13)
    • Leadership and Citizenship - #370 One on One; #371 Club Leaderhip 1; #372 Diversity; #373 My Hands to Larger Service; #374 Teens on Board; #375 Leadership Road Trip; #375i Leadership Road Trip iBook; #376 Pantry Panic; #378M Leadership Master; #383 Club Leadershiip 2 (pages 57, 58, 59, 60) 
    • Communication - #377 Finding Your Voice (page 21)
    • Aerospace Science - #501 Rockets Away (2-Liter Bottle); #502 Science Science Fun with Flight; #503 Rockets (Solid-Fuel); #503M Soild-Fuel Rocketry Master (pages 76-77)
    • Robotics - #507 Robotics 1 with EV3; #508 Robotics 2: EV3N More; #512M Robotics Master (pages 83-84)
    • Electricity - #527 Magic of Electricity; #528 Investigating Electricity; #529 Wired for Power; #530 Entering Electronics; #531 Science Fun with Electricy (pages 79-80)
    • Small Engines and Lawn Care: #541 Crank It Up; #542 Warm It Up; #543 Tune It Up (page 85)
    • Tractor and Machinery Operation - #551 Starting Up Getting to Know Your Tractor; #552 Tractor Operations Gearing Up for Safety; #553 Moving Out Learning About Your Tractor; #554 Learning More Learning About Agricultural Tractors (pages 86-87)
    • Woodworking - #556 Measuring Up; #557 Making the Cut; #558 Nailing It Together; #559 Finishing Up; #560M Woodworking Master (pages 88-90)
    • Arcs and Sparks #573 (page 88)
    • Photography - #584 Photography Basics; #585 Next Level Photography; #586 Mastering Photography; #589M Photography Master (pages 28-32)
    • The Natural World - #611 Explore the Outdoors; #612 Geology; #613 Exploring Polar Science; #617 Exploring Ponds; #620 Why Trees Matter; #621 Ohio Birds; #622 Trapping Muskrats in Ohio; #623 Outdoor Adventures: Beginning Fishing; #624 Outdoor Adventurer: Intermediate Fishing; #641 Beekeeping; #644 - #646 Insect Adventures (pages 63-67)
    • Shooting Sports - #630 Safe Use of Guns; #631 Basic Archery; #750 Riffle; #751 Archery; #752 Shotgun; #753 Pistol; #754 Hunting and Wildlife; #755 Muzzleloader; #756 Living History; #757 Crossbow; #758 Western Heritage (pages 67-76)
    • Misc. - #490 Science Fun with Dairy Foods; #493 Science Fun with Kitchen Chemistry; #500 Science Fun with Physics; #540 Not Just Knots; #550 Young Engineers in Solar Energ (pages 81-82)

Field Crops and Gardening & Plant Science (Dept. 16)

  • Department 16 letter
  • Department 16 Projects Requirements
    (Note...page number where you can find the requirements is listed beside the project(s) 
    • Gardening and Plant Science - Canning and Freezing, How Does Your Garden Grow?, Edible Landscapes, Grow Your Own Vegetables, Growing with the Seasons (pages 61-63)
    • Field Crops - Hay, Silage, Other Small Grains, Corn, Small Grains (wheat), Soybeans, Tobacco (pages 97-98)



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