Forms & Affidavits

Click the picture below to take you to that species affidavits, record books and other imporant information. Also find static exhibits registration forms at bottom of page.

Breeding HeiferSuffolk LambGoatsPigHorseCompanion AnimalsRabbitPoultry      Record Books

All livestock shown at County Fair, State Fair, Ak-Sar-Ben and any district show must be properly identified individually. All ID affidavited need to be completed and signed by the member, parent/guardian, and the owner (if the animal does not belong to the member). Signed formed need to be returned to the Extension Office by dates designated in the monthly 4-H Newsletter. The Extension Office will retain the original forms in our office. Forms are official identification for your 4-H project animal and should be available to the judges or other officials at any time. Animals without proper identification will be disqualified from being shown. An animals may be identified in only one county. An animal cannot be shown in more than one county fair.

Below, you will find a various affidavits. Please note, not all affidavits are due to the Extension Office at the same time. Please read the newsletters or contact our office if you have any questions about form due dates.

2020 Webster County Fair 4-H/FFA Livestock Show Ethics Affidavit and Statement of Disclosure

2020 Webster County Fairbook

FRIEND OF 4-H/FFA CERTIFICATE

Pre-Fair Livestock & Static Entry Form

2020 Beef Stall Request

2020 Pre-Fair Entry Forms

Adopt An Animal

If you are interested in exhibiting livestock, but not sure you have the funds secured to purchase an animal; the Webster County Youth Foundation would love to help you. Simply fill out an application and submit it to the Webster County Extension Office. Find out more here!

Beef

Sheep

Goats

Swine

Horses

Companion Animal

Rabbits & Poultry

Livestock Project Books and Other Information

Static Exhibits

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