Dixon County 4-H

  2018 4-H Calender  

Ak-Sar-Ben Nomination Instructions

Breeding Validation Worksheet

Animal Identifition Requirements

Qa Web site     Register for In House QA Training     
Online Horticulture Contest
Speech and Music Contest Forms
Speech Rules
Presentation and Show and Tell Forms
2018 CWF Trip Registration

 4-H Information

2018 Newsletters






2018 Fair Book Changes

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


Projects and Resouces
Career Portfolio
Diamond Clover
Animal Id Sheets

Bucket Calf Record Book

 County Cow/Calf Id

County Return Bucket Calf ID

Shooting Sports
Fair and Contests       
2018 4-H  Fairbook
Favorite Foods

Open Class Fairbook
State Fairbook
Livestock Selection
Static Selection

Fair Entry Information
Ag Hall Entry Form
Livestock Entry Form
Photography Entry Form   
Photo Tag 1 & II Print/Display Data TAg    
Photo  Tag Unit III Print/Display Data Tag
Clothing Entry Form
Horticulture Entry Form
Shopping in Style Form
$15 Challenge Form
Clover Kids Entry Form

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
Don & Martha Romero Scholarship

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