2015 4-H Fair BookDept. A -Hertiage-Citizenship Dept C-Child Development, Clothing & Fashion Revue Dept Dept D-Wildlife Dept: E Safety Dept G Crops & Weeds Dept G-General Livestock Rules Dept G- Horses Dept G Swine, Sheep Dairy Dept H- Engineering
Fair FormsHorticulture Music and Favorite Foods Revue Ag Hall Entry Form Presentation Form
$15 Challenge Report
Newsletters for 2015
The 4-H newsletter is mailed out each month to the 4-H families in Dixon County. The newsletter will have upcoming dates to be sure to remember and also information on other activities happening in the area.
Volunteer Spotlight Newsletter
Pictures from the Dixon County Fair 2014
Pictures of 2014 Fair Champions
2015 4-H Enrollments are being done online this year here are the instructions for getting signed up for 4-H.
Nebraska Online 4-H Enrollment instructions. If you would like to mail in the form please use the link below.
If you are interested in joing 4-H in Dixon County please print off this form and mail to : Nebraska Extension Dixon County, 57905 866 Road, Concord, NE 68728.
Junior Leaders In Dixon County
Jr. Leaders is a 4-H Club beyond the typical 4-H Club. Leaders commit to 4 years of membership, where they can earn money and points by doing community service and fund raising. To be a Jr. Leader, you must be 12 years of age by January 1, of the current year, and be enrolled in at least one 4-H project per year. The Jr. Leader program adds many opportunites for service and growth, as well as, long-lasting friendships. For more information view the ad for Jr. Leaders and the constitution at the links below.
4-H Animal ID Forms
Bucket calves need to be started by May 1 and Cow/calf pairs the calf can be 7 months old and younger. All Id's are due June 15.
NEW: You can now do your QA training online. Here are the instructions. Call the Extension Office if you have any questions.
All 4-H members who plan to enroll and show at the Dixon County Fair in the project areas of: swine, beef, sheep, dairy, meat goat, dairy goat, rabbits, and/or poultry will need to have completed a Quality Assuarance Certification Training on or before June 15, 2012.