The Otoe County 4-H program is open to all youth ages 8 to 18 as of January 1st each year.  Youth ages 5, 6 or 7 years of age are eligible to participate as Clover Kids in the Otoe County 4-H program.  To be eligible you need to enroll in 4-H by May 1st each year and you can do so by going to If you need assistance enrolling check out our enrollment page.

Animal Information:

  1. Beef - Breeding, Bucket Calf, Feeder Calf & Market  Beef - Otoe County Beef Shows are Blow and Go 
  2. Companion Animal
  3. Dog
  4. Goats - Dairy, Market Meat, & Breeding Meat
  5. Horse
  6. Poultry
  7. Rabbit
  8. Sheep - Breeding & Market
  9. Swine
  • Quality Assurance  Youth for the Quality Care (YQCA) of Animals - PDF - Directions - due June 15th  by 4:30 p.m.
  • Youth for the Quality Care of Animals - information & directions UNL link
  • Animal Entries - due Monday, July 13th by 4:30 p.m. -  All Animals coming to fair must complete an entry sheet, below are the individual entry sheets for each species and Clover Kids:
  1. Beef - publisher version, (pdf version)
  2. Companion Animal publisher version, (pdf version)
  3. Dog publisher verison, (pdf version)
  4. Goats - Dairy publisher version, (pdf version) & Meat publisher version, (pdf version)
  5. Horse publisher version, (pdf version)
  6. Poultry  publisher version, (pdf version)
  7. Rabbits publisher version, (pdf version)
  8. Sheep publisher version, (pdf version)
  9. Swine publisher verison, (pdf version)
  10. Clover Kids - this entry sheet is for all their animal entries (pdf version)

Other Livestock Resourses:

  1. 2019 Livestock Stalling Maps for all species 

  1. Equine Webinar Series
  2. Horsemanship Advancement Levels
  3. 2019 Otoe County Fair Horse Patterns
  4. 2019 All Ages Trail Patterns
  5. 2019 Walk Trot Trail Patterns
  6. Horse Arena Parking
  7. Horse Stalling for 2019 Otoe County Fair




Leader Resources:

4-H Council


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