4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
4-H Youth Development programs help youth learn life skills through informal "learn by doing" experiences. Programs help youth engage in healthy leadership and career development.
If you would like more information about 4-H Youth Development programs:
contact Carla Kidwell, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development
call us at (812) 897-6100
email Carla at: email@example.com
or visit us in the southeast corner of the basement of the Warrick County Courthouse in Boonville.
Warrick County 4-H:
Warrick County 4-H Links
Any youth enrolling Warrick County 4-H should be grades 3 thru 12 as of January 1st of the current year. They must complete an enrollment form either online or a hard copy and pay the enrollment fees (see enrollment fees below). Enrollment is not considered complete until all membership fees have been paid. For hardship circumstances, please contact the office.
NOTE: Manuals must be picked up at the Extension Office. One manual will be given for each project per level or division. Please re-use your manuals as long as the 4-H'er is in the same level. There will be a $5.00 charge for duplicate manuals.
Online Enrollment Instructions - A guide to help you navigate the online enrollment.
Enroll Online - Online enrollment will open soon.
2014 Enrollment Form - If you choose to download the hard copy of the enrollment form, you will need to bring it into the office.
Youth Health Form - If your 4-H'er will be participating in activities at the Warrick County 4-H Fair, we will need to have a current Youth Health Form on file in the Extension Office. (We need a new one each year. For other events you will need to fill out another health form.)
Enrollment Fees - These fees are to enroll in Warrick County 4-H; clubs may have an additional fee. If you need more information on the enrollment fees please contact the Extension Office.
2014 Warrick County 4-H Clubs & Leaders - If you are looking for a 4-H Club, please download the flyer and call the listed leaders to find out more about their club.
4-H Enrollment Guidelines - This guideline will let you know what level and/or division you should enroll your
2013 Warrick County 4-H Handbook - Please read your current 4-H handbook for guidelines on your 4-H
project(s). You will also find record sheets and paper manual(s) on this page.
Exploring 4-H is for children in grades K thru 2 as of January 1st of the current year. Explorers meet about 4-5 times a year and will be notified by mail a week before the meeting.
Exploring 4-H Enrollment Form - Exploring 4-H'ers cannot enroll online. You can either print off the application and
mail it to the Extension Office or come into the office and register. Explorers are only permitted to enroll in
one project. They cannot exhibit a live animal.
IMPORTANT ANIMAL / LIVESTOCK INFORMATION
Premise ID & Frequently Asked Questions - Any 4-H'er exhibiting livestock (Beef, Dairy, Goat, Sheep, and/or Swine) at the Warrick County Fair must have a Premise ID.
Animal / Livestock Deadlines - There is a separate enrollment form for Livestock and Horse and Pony. All 4-H'ers exhibiting livestock and/or horse and pony at the Warrick County Fair must adhere to the deadlines listed below. To be completed in any animal/livestock project the 4-H'er must do one of the following: Showmanship; Poster; and/or a demonstration; or a combination of those listed.
Beef - Steers and Commercial Heifers - Members must have possession of animal(s), enrolled in the beef project, participate in beef ID day and completed the Indiana 4-H Beef Enrollment form by April 1st of current year.
Beef - Registered Heifers - (Except for Junior Calf) Members must have possession of animal(s); be enrolled in the beef project, and filled out the Indiana 4-H Beef Enrollment form by May 15th of current year.
Cat - Members must have possession of cats and/or kittens by May 15th of current year, and enrolled in the cat project. A current year vaccination paper must be filled out before showing cats at the fair.
Dairy - Members must have possession of the animal(s), enrolled in the dairy project, and filled out the Indiana 4-H Dairy Enrollment form by May 15th of current year.
Dog - Members must have possession of dog(s) and be enrolled in the 4-H Dog Project by May 15th of current year. A current year vaccination paper must be filled out before showing dogs at the fair or participating in the dog obedience classes.
Goat - Members must have possession of animal(s), be enrolled in the goat project, and animal must be enrolled online by May 15th of current year. Instructions and your ID to the online animal enrollment will be sent to you after you have enrolled in Warrick County 4-H.
Horse & Pony - Members must have possession of horse and/or pony; enrolled in the Horse & Pony project, and animal must be enrolled online with pictures by May 15th of current year. Instructions and your ID to the online animal enrollemnt will be sent to you after you have enrolled in Warrick County 4-H.
Poultry - All Poulty exhibited must be in the 4-H'ers possession; and enrolled in the poultry project by May 15th of current year. Dates for poultry blood testing for chickens and turkeys will be set by the Poultry Superintendent; you must bring your poultry for the testing on the scheduled date.
Rabbit - Rabbits exhibited must be owned by 4-H member and enrolled in the rabbit project by May 15th of current year. Rabbits must be tattooed and verified each year; dates to be set by the rabbit superintendent.
You must bring your rabbit to be verified and/or tattooed on the scheduled date.
Sheep - Members must have possession of animal(s), be enrolled in the sheep project, and completed the Indiana
4-H Sheep Enrollment form by May 15th of current year.
Swine - Member must have possession of animal(s), be enrolled in the swine project, and filled out the Indiana
4-H Swine Enrollment form by May 15th of current year.
Warrick County 4-H Links:
Warrick County 4-H Family Guide - A short guide to all aspects of Warrick County 4-H.
Frequently Asked Questions about 4-H
My Record of 4-H Achievement - My record of 4-H Achievement should be kept from September 1st to August 31st of the current year. It will need to be turned into the office with early projects, and turned into a designated place during project check-in for the fair.
Glossary of Warrick County 4-H Terms
Warrick County 4-H Jr. Leaders - 4-H'ers in grades 7 thru 12 are encourged to take the Jr. Leader project and belong to the Warrick County 4-H Jr. Leaders.
Warrick County 4-H Facebook
2013 Clover Award for 3rd, 4th, & 5th Graders
2013 Clover Award for 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th Graders
Clover Award Resume
2013 4-H Honor Club Application
How To Keep Children Safe on the Internet
State & National 4-H Links:
National 4-H Facebook
Purdue Extension - Youth
Indiana 4-H Foundation
Indiana State Fair
Purdue University Collegiate 4-H
Fun For Kids:
Virtual Farm Tour
Just for Kids