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Latah County Animal Weigh-In

Latah County 4-H Animal Projects Policies

The purpose of the 4-H Animal Projects Policies (PDF) is to identify additional project requirements or policies specific to large livestock and small animals, including market, non-market and pet projects not included in 4-H Youth Development Policies and Procedures (PDF) or 4-H Project Requirements Handbook (PDF).

Refer to Idaho's 4-H website Documents and Records for more 4-H resources.

Latah County Market Animal Weigh-In & Tagging

All 4-H and FFA members enrolled in a market animal project are expected to weigh and tag their project animals at the established Latah County weigh-in and tagging dates for the current 4-H year. Final weigh-in of all market animals occurs on Wednesday of fair week.

Market Animal Floater Policy

Reminder: Members must follow the Latah Market Animal Sale (LMAS) Animal Weigh-In and Floater Policy. This policy was approved in January 2014 by Latah County Livestock Leaders and Latah County Leaders Council. Read a copy of the Floater Policy PDF. Please contact your 4-H leader or the UI Extension office if you have any questions.

Latah Market Animal Sale (LMAS) information: Visit their webpage for more information.

4-H and FFA MOU

Per the Memorandum of Understanding between the University of Idaho Extension and the Idaho Division of Professional-Technical Education, the following statements apply:

  • Members who enroll in both 4-H and FFA must clearly designate the project animal that will be exhibited for each program during initial weigh-in and on fair entry forms. Members may not show the same project animal for both 4-H and FFA at the same contest/fair/show.
  • Youth members of both 4-H and FFA must meet the requirements of both programs, including maintaining separate project records for each organization.

Market Beef

4-H and FFA Beef projects will be weighed in and tagged April 16, 2022, 7am-9:30am at the Monson Barn at the University of Idaho campus.

Market Swine

4-H and FFA Market Swine weigh-in and tagging will be held June 3, 2022, 2pm-7pm, at the Latah County Fairgrounds.

Market Sheep & Goats

4-H and FFA Market Sheep and Market Goat weigh-in and tagging will be held July 6, 2022, 4pm-7pm, at the Latah County Fairgrounds.

Round Robin Contest

Large Animal Round Robin Contest Rules (PDF)

Contact

University of Idaho Extension, Latah County

Mailing Address:
200 S. Almon Street, Suite 201
Moscow, ID 83843

Phone: 208-883-2267

Fax: 208-882-8505

Email: latah@uidaho.edu

Web: uidaho.edu/latah

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