This is an update-to-date list of all the information for the 2020 Stanton County Fair. Each of these items have been updated with the special circumstances for 2020. Please check back as new and updated info becomes available.
4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
4-H is education for life that uses a learn-by-doing approach.
Active in all 93 counties and at 4h.unl.edu
Virtual Project Camp contains a smorgasbord of fun-filled virtual presentations to help 4-H'ers build their skills and jumpstart their projects for county fair. It is a virtual list of workshops for all ages of youth to continue to be involved in 4-H without face-to-face contact. There are a wide range of lesson for both boys and girls and are free to anyone including non-4-H members.
The Nebraska 4-H Online Horticulture Judging Contest provides youth an oppo
Stanton County is following State Fair guidelines for ID'ing sheep and goats.
From State Fair Book:
All market lambs, breeding sheep, market and breeding goats to be shown at State Fair must be tagged with a USDA official scrapie ID, owned by the exhibitor, have completed the online nomination entry.
Here is what this means for you:
Information and links to Livestock Resources are located under the Stanton County 4-H tab at the top of the page. Information includes:Scrapie Tag Information for Sheep & Goat Exhibitors Animal Identification Guidelines Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) Veterinary Feed Directive Premises ID Animal ID Sheets
Exhibitors or 4-H and FFA beef, sheep, swine and goats that carry an EID tag will be required to obtain a Premises ID number through the Nebraska Department of Agriculture at not to the exhibitor. Exhibitors without a Premises ID number will not be allowed to exhibit at the Nebraska State Fair.