RESOURCES for Your Animal Projects

  •  Ohio 4-H Animal Sciences has more information on Companion Animals,Dairy,Dog,Horse,Livestock,Poultry,Rabbit,Ohio State Fair Skillathon Information, & Ohio 4-H PetPALS
  • 4H Project Location Form (OFF PROPERTY FORM) due June 1st of current 4H year. This Form is Required if your 4H Project is not on your property by May 15th of current 4H year

2020 Fair Updates

Please see the below message concerning information on Ractopamine-Free Swine Projects.

Attached is a Ractopamine-Free Infographic Flyer (referred to below).  Feel free to send the message out to clientele (youth, parents, advisors, SFB members, etc).

Best, Lizz

The Ohio State University
Elizabeth Share, MS
Extension Specialist, 4-H/Youth Development

Livestock and Food Animal Programs
College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences
Ohio State University Extension
222 Animal Sciences Bldg, 2029 Fyffe Ct, Columbus, OH 43210
614-292-0589 Office
share.8@osu.edu

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Recently, ractopamine-free swine production became a market specification through much of the U.S. pork packing industry. Although ractopamine (sold under the trade names Paylean® or Engain® for swine) is an approved product used to increase lean growth rate, it has been banned in many international pork markets. In short, ractopamine-free means that a pig has never been fed or exposed to ractopamine – from the time of birth to the time of market.

In response, the Ohio Pork Council, Ohio State University Extension, Ohio Department of Agriculture, and Ohio State Fair have collaborated to put a comprehensive plan in place, which can be referenced in the attached documents.

Because ractopamine has been banned in international markets, swine exhibited at the 2020 Ohio State Fair are required to be ractopamine-free. To ensure that exhibitors follow this protocol, the Ohio State Fair will secure a signed affidavit from a parent or legal guardian at the time of entry which states that the pigs exhibited by their showman have never been offered ractopamine. A sample affidavit developed by The Ohio State University can be found here: https://ohiopork.org/ractopamine-free/.

County fair managers should work with their local packer to enact their plan for 2020.

At any exhibition level, youth swine projects reflect the entire swine industry’s commitment to the WeCare® principles that provide the basis for consumer trust in the way pigs are raised and the safety and wholesomeness of the pork they purchase.

All of these informational resources can be accessed online at https://ohiopork.org/ractopamine-free/. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dr. Steven Moeller, Professor/Swine Extension Specialist, The Ohio State University at Moeller.29@osu.edu, or 614-565-6344. The Ohio Pork Council can also be contacted at pork@ohiopork.org, or 614-882-5887.

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Meghann Winters

Communications Coordinator

T: (614) 882-5887 | M: (740) 260-4906

E: mwinters@ohiopork.org | www.ohiopork.org


NEW! On-line Quality Assurance training- This option is for exhibitors age 12 and older by January 1, 2020. The on-line YQCA training session has been approved for Ohio 4-H and FFA members as a yearly option for QA training.

  • Members must be at least 12 years old by January 1st of the current year.
  • The on-line module completed must be for the correct 4-H age of the youth.
  • The on-line session must be completed at least 45 days prior to the start of the exhibition.
  • The youth must complete the on-line session within the Quality Assurance calendar year (October 2019-September 2020).
  • Only the YQCA online course is acceptable no other QA online courses will be accepted (not accepted: BQA, PQA, BEST, etc.).
  • Youth can access the website and take the age-appropriate module for $13.00 by going to http://yqca.learngrow.io/Account/Login

  • Youth will need their 4HOnline login and password, youth must use the 4HOnline information for their results to automatically show up in our 4HOnline system and be counted!
  • The YQCA is NOT a TEST OUT option and is only good for the current year.

2020 Ohio State Fair Pork Quality Assurance (PQA)

Requirement Youth entering a market swine project at the 2020 Ohio State Fair will be required to have a parent/guardian PQA certified in order to meet packer requirements.
OSF Market Swine requirements Flyer
  • PQA certification number will be required for online entry (deadline of June 20th) 
  • Certification numbers will be verified, falsified numbers will result in penalty.
  • Once notified of invalid number, exhibitors will have 5 days to provide the correct PQA certification number.
  • If the correct PQA certification number is not provided within 5 days, exhibitor will be disqualified from exhibition.
  • Youth MUST be certified in Ohio Youth QA 45 days prior to exhibition in order to be eligible to show.
There are several options for parents/guardians to be PQA certified:

• Adults can attend an in-person PQA session

• Adults can sign-up for the PQA on-line certification.

Requests can be sent to Elizabeth Share (share.8@osu.edu)

Notes:

1. The adult PQA certification is good for 3 years.

2. If a parent/guardian has several youth in the family, the same PQA number will count for all of the youth.

3. For a list of approved PQA instructors, contact: - Elizabeth Share Extension Specialist, Livestock/Food Animal Program share.8@osu.edu

New for 2020!!  Attention ALL Gallia County Junior Fair Market Beef Exhibitors 

2020 Livestock Rule Changes approved at the November Fair Board Meeting.  The following rule changes will be in effect for 2020:

Attention: Gallia County Beef Exhibitors

The Gallia County Fair Board has added a Market Heifer division to the Market Beef Show (previously only market steers). Exhibitors will be able to tag in a heifer calf at this year’s December 12 market beef tag in.

  • Exhibitors can check in, sign up for, and exhibit both a market steer and market heifer but will only be permitted to sell one animal at the fair.
  • Market Heifers will show in their own division, taking place prior to the first division of steers. The division will be placed and top placing market heifers from that division will return to the ring with the top placing steers of each division and be in contention for the Market Animal Supreme Drive.
  • These market heifers are to be of “terminal” type and kind. They should be fed out and finished like a steer and must weigh a minimum of 1000 lbs. at the Fair weigh-in (just like steers). “Clubby” bred heifers, or females that are bred to be more terminal, are becoming increasingly popular in market heifer shows nationwide. These shows provide an avenue for breeders and exhibitors that have heifers that are not so much bred to be productive cows, but rather, bred more for carcass quality. Heifers are typically more efficient in converting feed to condition and will be able to finish out with a lesser feed intake than that of the average steer. For individuals looking to have a market beef project while being able to be conservative in the amount spent on feed over the year, market heifers are a great option.

    Gallia County Showmanship Clinic on June ??, 2020 at the Gallia County Fairgorunds

Prizes will be given away donated by Feedstop!

Come to the fairgrounds to learn how to show and care for your choice of livestock!

FREE clinics will be offered for beef, hogs, lambs, and goats taught by experts.

There will be two 1 hour sessions for each species, leaving time at the end for question and hands on practice!

• For showmen of all ages and levels

• Open to all Counties

• Children do not have be a member of 4H or FFA

• Great for beginner showman, children interested in showing in the future, or anyone wanting to ask questions and learn more


2019 Livestock Rule Changes approved at the November Fair Board Meeting.  The following rule changes will be in effect for 2019:


  • You can now sign up for online QA sessions. To sign up for a session date and time go to www.go.osu.edu/GalliaCountyQATrainingReg for June 1st, June 2nd or June 3rd, 2020

  •  CANCELED -Quality Assurance – April 25, 2020 at the Gallia County Fairgrounds from 8:00AM – 11:00AM. The last group will be allowed to start the station training at 11AM so please plan accordingly. Training will take about one hour and all groups will be assigned first come first serve. Please note: parents of first time exhibitors are encouraged to attend the training with the exhibitor. 
  • All Poultry, Miniature/Pet/Companion Goat and Rabbit exhibitors will need to attend or test out of QA. 
  • Members, if you plan to exhibit any market animals or any of the ones mentioned above to the 2019 Gallia County Jr. fair you will need to attend or test out of QA:
  • Regardless of age, junior fair exhibitors shall successfully complete the educational program not less than 45 days prior to the opening date of the exhibition in which they will participate.
  • The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) Advisory Committee on Livestock Exhibitions has recommended and voted on the following rule change for 2018.  It will go into effect in late January 2018 after going through the proper procedures for changes to the Ohio Revised Code.
  • Junior fair exhibitors ages 8 to 11 shall annually participate in a face-to-face education session that is taught by an authorized instructor.
  • Junior fair exhibitors ages 12 to 19 shall either annually complete an educational session or successfully complete the test-out option.
 Thus, QA training and certification must be completed not less than 45 days prior to the opening day of your county fair. 
  • Also, they need to know that this includes the Ohio State Fair, so if they plan to show at OSF and they have a later fair they will need to complete QA 45 days before the opening day of the Ohio State Fair, regardless of what day they show.
  • Please share this information with your county Ag. Societies, Jr. Fair coordinators, FFA advisors, other fair officials and your Jr. Fair families.
  • Any exhibitor 12-14 years old (As of Jan. 1st) may take the optional one year QA test out. While any exhibitor 15-18 years old, may take the permanent test out option. Testing is offered daily at the Gallia County Extension Office between 8:30 AM and 3:30 PM. All tests must be completed by June1st! Failure to pass the test will result in attending QA training. So we encourage those who test to take it early before our QA training here in the county! Study packets are available and encouraged!
  • State Quality Assurance Test Study Guide


There will be an opportunity for 4-H & FFA members to take the TEST OUT option for QA at the Gallia County Extension Office on April ?, 2020 from 8:30 am till 4 pm. You may only try the test one time a year, failure to pass the test will result in attending QA training. Tests are 50 multiply choice questions worth 2 point each and you must score a 70% or above to pass. 
Quality Assurance Test Out and Training 
  • Any exhibitor 12-14 years old (As of Jan. 1st) may take the optional one year QA test out. While any exhibitor 15-18 years old, may take the permanent test out option.
  • If the above test out do not work, the training will follow at 5 pm SHARP at the Gallia County Extension Office.You Must RSVP.
  • All tests must be completed by JUNE 1st!
  • Failure to pass the test will result in attending QA training. Study packets are available at the Extension Office or at the following link Quality Assurance Study Guide and Veterinary Feed Directive Fact Sheet

 Ohio Livestock Tampering Exhibition Rules Changes are Highlighted in Yellow
• This document is also posted on the Ohio 4-H website animal sciences appropriate species-specific resources pages: http://www.ohio4h.org/statewide-programs/animal-sciences/

ATTENTION 4-H MEMBERS TAKING FOOD-PRODUCING ANIMAL PROJECTS, even if they are not intended for food production! New for 2017!
  • On JANUARY 1, 2017, the VETERINARY FEED DIRECTIVE (VFD) must be implemented, as a result of regulations set forth by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) addressing on-farm antibiotic use in food-animal production. This affects everyone (including 4-H members as youth producers) keeping, owning, and/or raising food-producing animals, even if they are not intended for food production (i.e. exhibition poultry). It is very important that 4-H members and their families establish a veterinarian-client-patient relationship (VCPR) prior to January 1, 2017.
  • We have written a Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) Fact Sheet for 4-H Youth Livestock Producers and Families that should answer your questions about the VFD, as well as establishing a VCPR.
  • Thank you to the following individuals who have provided input to make this fact sheet educational and user friendly: Jack Advent, Executive Director, Ohio Veterinary Medical Association; Mark Armfelt, DVM, Diplomat ABVP Dairy, Dairy Technical Advisor, Elanco Dairy Business; Leah Dorman, DVM, Director, Food Integrity & Consumer Engagement, Phibro Animal Health Corporation; Tony Forshey, DVM, State Veterinarian, Ohio Department of Agriculture; Diane R. McDaniel, State Liaison, Food and Drug Administration.
  • This VFD fact sheet can be found at www.go.osu.edu/livestock, on the Livestock Resources page of the Ohio 4-H website. It is also posted on the Dairy, Goat, and Poultry resource pages.

Welcome to the NEW fair entry system.  https://fairentry.com/Fair/SignIn/14082

All projects will be entered through this system for exhibition at the 2019 Gallia County Junior Fair. With time and patience, we hope you find this new system beneficial to all parties. Please follow all on-screen directions and feel free to contact the Extension Office with any questions at 740-446-7007. Once all entries are complete you will receive a confirmation email for your records.

2020 Gallia County Junior Fair Forms are also available.


Gallia County Junior Fair Judging Deadlines 

Attention Junior Market Exhibitors

New for 2019, all Junior Market Exhibitors must enter their projects online. No late entries will be accepted.

Pre-Fair Animal Show Results

  • Pre-Fair Animal Show Judging Results 

Breeding Show Results

  • Llama
  • Goat
  • Swine
  • Sheep

Quick Link to your project- Click on your project name and be directed to your project. 

Beef   Dairy     Dog     Goat     Horse    Llama    Poultry, Duck & Turkey     Rabbit     Sheep     Swine


Beef Projects

Welcome to the Ohio 4H Livestock Program!

Gallia County Market Beef Tag In & Weigh In

December 12, 2019 at the Fairgrounds 4-7pm.

If you plan to show a steer at the 2020 Gallia County Jr. Fair, please plan to attend

  • Exhibitors should call the Extension office prior to Thursday,DECEMBER 5, 2019 to let us know how many Market Beef are coming to Weigh In

2019 Market Beef (Steer) Buyers Listed by Exhibitor for Thank you Posters

Hoof trimming services at the Gallia County Junior Fair, Including surrounding counties (Rain or Shine)

  • Will not be available this year.
  • Steers, Feeder Calves, Heifers
  • Everyone is welcome.
  • Questions, contact Travis 740-645-6635 Gallia County Junior Fair FACEBOOK

Dairy Projects

  • Welcome to the Ohio 4-H Dairy Cattle program area. You will find information on events, resources and acknowledgements for dairy cattle.

Dog Projects

Welcome to the Ohio 4H Dog Program !

The following are now posted at Ohio 4H Dog Program which can also be found at www.go.osu.edu/dog and then click on the Resources tab.

See Dog Ohio State Fair for All State Fair Information

4-H Virtual Fun Show Opportunity!

  • The Paw Pals' 4-H Club in Butler County has created an online Virtual Fun Show allowing members to continue being motivated to work with their dogs and have a show experience. This is a great opportunity for 4-H dog project members!  Show #2 will go live Monday, May 11, 2020 at 9:00am. Entries close Wednesday, May 20 at 11:59pm. Scores will be posted by Sunday, May 24, after 12:00pm. Ohio 4-H dog show judges are judging these virtual shows. Click HERE for more information and the show bill.
  • Happy Tails 4-H Club Trick Dog Video Presentation

               YouTube Link

               Facebook Page Link

  • Obedience and Showmanship Videos

These videos created by Kayla Miller, Fulton County 4-H Educator, detail what is expected in different levels for 4-H Obedience and Showmanship Disciplines.

           Obedience: https://youtu.be/Gy6_trEbkOs

           Showmanship: https://youtu.be/UwjFUBdAqO8

  •  AKC Rally and Obedience Videos/Virtual Rally Novice Test Pilot Program

           Information and links


2020 Ohio State Fair Dog Show Deadlines and Classes

The Permission to Participate in Ohio 4-H Dog Activities Disclosure and Release of Claims document is mandatory for ALL 4-H dog project members. ALL youth enrolled in 4-H dog projects are required to sign the Permission to Participate in Ohio 4-H Dog Activities Disclosure and Release of Claims document, as well as a parent or guardian is required to sign this document, before youth are allowed to participate in any 4-H dog activities with their dogs. This document must be signed each year a youth enrolls in a 4-H dog project and is to be kept on file at the county Extension office. It is also recommended the 4-H club advisor keep a signed copy. (Note: Some youth enroll in the Dog Achievement Program to learn about dogs, and do not actually own a dog. Youth without dogs do not need to complete this form.)
You or whoever works with health requirements at your county make the decisions as to what certificate to use if dogs are brought together for judging. We ask that parents/youth check with you before the exhibitor and veterinarian complete this form so it is acceptable in your county. Provided health requirements are met within the State Fair Dog Show timeline, this certificate is also an acceptable Certificate of Vaccination at the Ohio State Fair Dog Show.
  • 2020 Ohio State Fair Dog Show Entry Forms

    June

    13 - Fairfield County 4-H Youth Dog Committee Dog Fun Show / Agility Show 'n Go, Fairfield County Fairgrounds

    20 - State 4-H Dog Bowl Contest, Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center, Columbus, OH

    20 - Online Entry Deadline for OSF Regular Dog Show Entries (August 3-6) Note: ALL entries must be made online. Entries close at midnight.

Ohio State Fair Dog Show

  • 20 - Postmark Entry Deadline for Ohio State Fair Dog Agility (August 8) Entries must be mailed to Lucinda Miller, Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center. Online entries are not available.

    July

      1 - Postmark Entry Deadline for Ohio State Fair Dog Poster Contest

    17 - Dog Achievement Program Project Summary Verification Deadline

    29 - August 9 - Ohio State Fair

    31 - All About Dogs and You and Your Dog Project Interviews WITHOUT DOGS. Youth MUST be sent from county interviews by 4-H professionals and DO NOT enter through the State Fair Dog Show entry process. Interviews will be held in conjunction with Companion Animal Day in the Youth Center, not as a part of the OSF Dog Show.

    31 - Companion Animal Day, Youth Center, includes All About Dogs and You and Your Dog projects

    August

       3-6 - Ohio State Fair Dog Show, Buckeye Sports Center

          6 - OSF Dog Poster Award Presentation, 12:00noon, Buckeye Sports Center

          6 - OSF Dog Achievement Program (DAP) Completion Recognition, 12:00noon, Buckeye Sports Center

          8 - OSF Dog Agility, Coliseum, Ohio State Fairgrounds


    Welcome to the NEW fair entry system. https://fairentry.com/Fair/SignIn/14082

  • All projects will be entered through this system for exhibition at the 2020 Gallia County Junior Fair. With time and patience, we hope you find this new system beneficial to all parties. Please follow all on-screen directions and feel free to contact the Extension Office with any questions at 740-446-7007. Once all entries are complete you will receive a confirmation email for your records.

  • This system is replacing the Fair Entry Form completed in previous years.
  • Gallia County Fair Entry Help Sheet and Fair Entry Exhibitor Login Flow Chart
  • Here is a link to a video demonstrating the entry process. Entry Process for Families and how to log in to FairEntry with 4HOnline

Goat Projects

Welcome to the Oho 4H Goat Program!

ALL MARKET MEAT GOATS SELL In the GALLIA COUNTY JUNIOR FAIR

2019 Market Goat Buyers Listed by Exhibitor for Thank You Posters


2020 Goat and Sheep Exhibitors There will NOT be a face to face TAG IN this year! Instead the fair board is asking that you to take pictures of your scrapie tags and upload them to 4-H Online! (This is just like we did with the hog pictures last year) You should upload two pictures of the same animal - one should be a head shot showing the scrapie tag in the ear and the numbers need to be readable. The other should be a close up of the same animal's tag in the ear, so that we can ID then numbers! There is also a place on 4-H online for you to type in those same numbers! You must do this for each goat or sheep that you plan to tag in! This includes a family animal! Please note the family animal in the name location and follow the instructions for backup/ family animals.

STEPS to Upload Goat and Sheep Pictures to 4H Online

Also see FACEBOOK 

Ohio State - Gallia County Extension

Step by Step Info: https://www.4honline.com/FileServices/Fetch/e1825b51-d883-ea11-b6eb-000c299596f1/View

 May ??, 2020 at the Gallia County Fairgrounds from 4pm-7pm.

 

Horse Projects

Welcome to the Ohio 4H Horse Program!

Gallia County Youth Horse Committee FACEBOOK Page 

2020 GCJF Horse Show Entry uses Fair Entry. https://fairentry.com/Fair/Results/14082 Forms must be completed by July 1. If you need assistance, please let your advisor know.

Junior Horse Show:

With the cancellation of 4-H horse shows and PAS qualifying shows, the PAS and Dressage qualifying requirements for this year’s Junior Horse Show are waived. 

The show will be limited to 850 entries (~100 more than we typically see) on a first-come, first-serve basis with priority given to senior 4-H/FFA members in their last year of eligibility. 

Exhibitors are still required to enter and pay the $50 stall fee online at ohiostatefair.com.

Exhibitors are still required to email you a copy of their equine’s current negative Coggins test (dated after January 1, 2020).  I am making a folder in Box where you can upload your PDF file(s).  Please make sure your county’s name is in the PDF file name.

Exhibitors will be emailing you a list of the classes in which they will or have entered.  In place of the PAS entry verification form, I have edited and attached the form to serve as a member verification/class list  form so that a) you know AND approve which members are planning to participate in the Junior Horse Show and b) we have a way to know that the kids entered are indeed 4-H/FFA members in good standing.  This information (Coggins tests and XL form) are due via email (or Box upload) by Monday, July 6 at 1:00pm.  You can require an earlier deadline for the Coggins test and class list if needed.

For the additional horse events listed below, you can send me or Duane an email verifying that the members listed on the entry form are in good standing.

Virtual Horse Bowl will be held April 25.  The entry deadline date is this coming Monday, April 13. 

The virtual Communications contest will be May 16.  The entry deadline is May 4. 

Horse Judging will be a virtual contest held June 15.

Hippology will be a virtual contest held June 15.

Kimberly Cole, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Extension Equine Specialist

Please let me know if you have any questions!


Llama Projects

  • Gallia County Junior Fair Breeding Show- Saturday July 25, 2020 at 4:30 PM. Check In Time is 3:30 PM.


Sheep Projects

2019 Market Lamb Buyers Listed by Exhibitor for Thank You Posters


2020 Goat and Sheep Exhibitors There will NOT be a face to face TAG IN this year! Instead the fair board is asking that you to take pictures of your scrapie tags and upload them to 4-H Online! (This is just like we did with the hog pictures last year) You should upload two pictures of the same animal - one should be a head shot showing the scrapie tag in the ear and the numbers need to be readable. The other should be a close up of the same animal's tag in the ear, so that we can ID then numbers! There is also a place on 4-H online for you to type in those same numbers! You must do this for each goat or sheep that you plan to tag in! This includes a family animal! Please note the family animal in the name location and follow the instructions for backup/ family animals.

STEPS to Upload Goat and Sheep Pictures to 4H Online

Also see FACEBOOK 

Ohio State - Gallia County Extension

Step by Step Info: https://www.4honline.com/FileServices/Fetch/e1825b51-d883-ea11-b6eb-000c299596f1/View

May 16, 2019 at the Gallia County Fairgrounds from 4pm-7pm.

Market Lamb Tag In


Poultry, Duck & Turkey Projects

  • NOT REQUIRED FOR 2020. 2020 Market Chick Order Form

Rabbit Projects

2020 Rabbit Quality Assurance presented April ??, 2020

Companion Animals


Swine Projects

Please see the below message concerning information on Ractopamine-Free Swine Projects.

Attached is a Ractopamine-Free Infographic Flyer (referred to below).  Feel free to send the message out to clientele (youth, parents, advisors, SFB members, etc).

Best, Lizz

The Ohio State University
Elizabeth Share, MS
Extension Specialist, 4-H/Youth Development

Livestock and Food Animal Programs
College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences
Ohio State University Extension
222 Animal Sciences Bldg, 2029 Fyffe Ct, Columbus, OH 43210
614-292-0589 Office
share.8@osu.edu

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Recently, ractopamine-free swine production became a market specification through much of the U.S. pork packing industry. Although ractopamine (sold under the trade names Paylean® or Engain® for swine) is an approved product used to increase lean growth rate, it has been banned in many international pork markets. In short, ractopamine-free means that a pig has never been fed or exposed to ractopamine – from the time of birth to the time of market.

In response, the Ohio Pork Council, Ohio State University Extension, Ohio Department of Agriculture, and Ohio State Fair have collaborated to put a comprehensive plan in place, which can be referenced in the attached documents.

Because ractopamine has been banned in international markets, swine exhibited at the 2020 Ohio State Fair are required to be ractopamine-free. To ensure that exhibitors follow this protocol, the Ohio State Fair will secure a signed affidavit from a parent or legal guardian at the time of entry which states that the pigs exhibited by their showman have never been offered ractopamine. A sample affidavit developed by The Ohio State University can be found here: https://ohiopork.org/ractopamine-free/.

County fair managers should work with their local packer to enact their plan for 2020.

At any exhibition level, youth swine projects reflect the entire swine industry’s commitment to the WeCare® principles that provide the basis for consumer trust in the way pigs are raised and the safety and wholesomeness of the pork they purchase.

All of these informational resources can be accessed online at https://ohiopork.org/ractopamine-free/. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dr. Steven Moeller, Professor/Swine Extension Specialist, The Ohio State University at Moeller.29@osu.edu, or 614-565-6344. The Ohio Pork Council can also be contacted at pork@ohiopork.org, or 614-882-5887.

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Meghann Winters

Communications Coordinator

T: (614) 882-5887 | M: (740) 260-4906

E: mwinters@ohiopork.org | www.ohiopork.org

2019 Market Hog Buyers Listed by Exhibitor for thank You Posters


Upload Your Market Hog Pictures in 4H Online


  • NOT REQUIRED FOR 2020. 2020 Gallia County Junior Fair Hog ID Form and Reading the Universal Swine Ear Notching System
  • Just like last year with the pictures.The 4 pictures should look like.Hog ID Picture Examples  Remember it's both sides, front, and back shot in color. Make sure the pictures show both ears' notches.. 
  • Call the extension office 740-446-7007.
  • Gallia County Junior Fair Breeding Show - Saturday July 25, 2020 at 8:00 PM. Check In time is 7:00 PM.