Achievement Application link

Dixon County Grievance Policy and Form

4-H Curriculum for the Foods & Nutrition and Food Preservation projects

Nebraska State Livestock Identification and Deadlines (link)

State Fair Live Animal Exhibitor Resources

Ak-Sar-Ben Nomination Instructions
Breeding Validation Worksheet
Animal Identifition Requirements 2019
Online Horticulture Contest
Presentation and Show and Tell Forms

 4-H Information

2019 Newsletters (*subject to change - check back)

February      March     April    May      June      July

August      September      October      November      December

2019 Calendars (*subject to change - check back)

February      March      April     May    June      July

August   Sept/Oct    Oct/Nov    Nov/Dec    Dec/Jan

4-H Enrollment 
     Re-enrollment Returning Members
     New  Members Enrollment
     Volunteers Re-enrollment
     Volunteer Screening Form


   4-H Horse Advancement Levels website
   District Horse Entry
District Horse Show Fliers:
   Bloomfield   Elkhorn   Ord  Ogallala   McCook
4-H District and State Horse Show Entry Procedures 
Nebraska 4-H Horse Show entry form  


Animal Affidavit Forms (Nebr 4-H and FFA)
Due June 17
Market Beef        
Projects and Resouces
Career Portfolio
Diamond Clover
Animal Id Sheets
Bucket Calf Record Book
Fair and Contests       
2019 4-H  Fairbook
Favorite Foods

State Fairbook
Livestock Selection
Static Selection
Home Environment

4-H Camps and Events   
Secrets of Service on the Job
Real World Money
Ponca Camp   Ponca Camp Counselor Form
Project Day
Robotic Camp
Clover Kid Camp

4-H Council Scholarship form

4-H Club Information

4-H Policy and Procedures Handbook 

Financial Handbook

Financial Webnair

4-H Club of the Month Form



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.

Jr Leader Record Book
Teen Leader New Membership Poster