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The 4-H Livestock Auction Project area includes meat goats, beef, sheep, swine, meat chickens, and turkeys.  

Most of these projects end on Saturday at the Delaware County Fair when the livestock auction is held.

NEW FOR 2016

- Registration deadline for the 4-H livestock auction animals is January 4th for beef and June 18th for meat goats, sheep, and swine.  Auction registration forms will not accepted after these dates.  NO EXCEPTIONS, as directed by the 4-H Program Issue Committee.

- ALL auction animals (BEEF, meat goats, sheep and swine) will be tagged on Saturday, June 18th at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in Walton from 10 am to Noon.

*We will not be visiting farms to tag steers or mailing tags to exhibitors to tag their steers this year.

*If you would like your steer weighed on June 18th, you may do so.

- 4-H Livestock Auction Project Records will be accepted up until 5 pm on Monday of fair week.  NO EXCEPTIONS, as directed by the 4-H Livestock Advisory Committee.

*If records are not received by 5 pm, the animal(s) will be entered into a non-auction class and disqualified from the auction.

Click HERE to obtain a copy of the 4-H Livestock Auction Beef Letter for 2016.

Click HERE to obtain a copy of the 4-H Auction Animal Registration Form for 2016.

Click HERE to obtain a coy of the 4-H Livestock Auction Project Record.  This form has been updated and will be used for all species [beef, goat, sheep, swine, chickens, and turkeys].  

Please contact the Extension office at 865-6531 for more information or with questions.



 Did you know that people who do not live on a farm or do not have registered stock can still have a 4-H animal project? A program called, "4-H Project Animal"; allows youngsters the chance to care for an animal and show it just as their own. Some restrictions do apply: a dairy animal has to be non-milking (any 4-Her who already owns purebred stock is not eligible). A 4-Her may designate two (2) non-owned animals as their project animal, but can only show ONE non-owned animal at the fair. Request a "Non-Ownership Certification" form from the Extension office and sign up a new exhibitor. Project animals can be dairy cattle, beef cattle, dairy goat, meat goat, sheep, swine, horse, and dog.

For more information on this program, contact John Hannum at 865-6531 or  



~Dairy Cattle-owned by June 15th

~Dairy Goats-owned by June 15th

~Meat Goats-owned and registered for auction by June 15th 

~Beef Cattle-owned by June 15th - Registered for auction by January 4th

~Sheep-owned by June 15th - Registered for auction by June 18th

 ~Swine-owned by June 15th - Registered for auction by June 18th

~Horse-owned by June 15th