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  1. B-Fit Brown County!

    Sep. 15, 2016

    Join Laura Wood and members of the Brown County 4-H Junior Leaders as they walk a mile around the fairgrounds! These teens are promoting healthy living and invite all fairgoers to join them every morning at 8am. Individuals will go for a mile walk around the fairgrounds and recieve a token for participating. Walkers will also be entered into a daily drawing for a giftcard. If you participate all six days, you will be entered into a drawing for a FitBit Alta. Meet at Rhonemus Hall at 8am with your walking shoes on! Just think, you will be working off some of that fair food.

  2. Animal Health and Biosecurity

    Aug. 31, 2016

    Quality care of animals should always be a top priority. As we are rapidly approaching the 2016 Brown County Fair, we want to remind all of our animal exhibitors of these practices and specifically biosecurity practices. While we are reminding our 4-H and FFA members of these practices, these apply to anyone raising animals.

    Biosecurity practices should be followed at all times, and here are just a few reminders:

  3. Brown County 4-H Shirt Orders--2nd Round!

    Aug. 23, 2016

    The Brown County 4-H Committee is selling Brown County 4-H T-Shirts. All proceeds from the shirts will go toward supporting the 4-H program including educational programs, camps, trips and scholarships. The shirts are available through pre-order only and orders are due by August 1st. 

    For individuals affiliated with a club, please place your order through your club. Payment should be made to your club, and one club check wrote for the entire order. Shirts will then be distributed through the club. 

  4. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! 2016 County Wide Recycling Project

    Aug. 11, 2016

    2016 County Wide Recycling Project

    The Brown County 4-H Committee is again sponsoring a county wide recycling project for 2016. Clubs can participate by submitting receipts showing proof of recycling their aluminum cans.

    What’s in it for your club?

  5. 2016 Brown County 4-H Ohio State Fair Non-Livestock Project Qualifiers

    Jul. 13, 2016

    Congratulations to all of our youth who participated in project judging last night, Tuesday July 12th. The judges were impressed with the dedication and hard work these 4-H'ers had put into their projects. The judges had tough decisions to make in placings and state fair selections. 

  6. Order your Brown County 4-H T-Shirt Today!

    Jul. 11, 2016

    The Brown County 4-H Committee is selling Brown County 4-H T-Shirts. All proceeds from the shirts will go toward supporting the 4-H program including educational programs, camps, trips and scholarships. The shirts are available through pre-order only and orders are due by August 1st. 

    For individuals affiliated with a club, please place your order through your club. Payment should be made to your club, and one club check wrote for the entire order. Shirts will then be distributed through the club. 

  7. New Award for 4-H'ers

    Jun. 23, 2016

    A Passion for Compassion Award

    The Brown County Humane Society would like to present an award to a Brown County 4-H'er who demonstrates responsible and compassionate animal husbandry/ownership. 

    To be eligible for this award applicants must be meet the following criteria

  8. JUNIOR FAIR EXHIBITOR LETTERS & FORMS

    Jun. 20, 2016

    Looking for information about your project. Click on the link to our webpage which list all exhibitor letters, forms and county requirements. 

      

  9. Zika Virus,

    Feb. 19, 2016

    Communique that provides key background information about the Zika virus, its mosquito vectors, and their status in US and Ohio.  Prepared by Dr. Pete Piermarini, veterinary entomologist in the Department of Entomology at OSU.

  10. 2015 Brown County Highlights

    Jan. 16, 2015

    The Brown County Commissioners collaborated with their counterparts in Adams and Highland counties to share the services of an Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension educator. Funding of OSU Extension in Brown County was also made possible through a partnership with the Brown County Solid Waste Authority.

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