Meetings are the first Thursday of most months, 7:00 pm at the Extension office. All 4-H large livestock (Beef, Dairy, Goats, Llama, Sheep and Swine) leaders, parents, and older youth members are encouraged to attend.Committee Officers
Beef - Matt Stewart
Dairy Cow - Lloyd Hansen
Fiber Goats - Cindy Boyd
Dairy Goats - Sandy Lauer
Meat Goats - Diana Thacker / Sally West
Pygmy Goats - Laurie Zeise
Llama - Sarah Geisler
Sheep - Lacey Allen
Swine - Travis Dutton
Committee Operational Guidelines
Fair Policy Please share this information with your 4-H members.
During County Fair, the entire time you are on the show grounds, we will enforce our “no adults, 4-H youth only” policy. Only 4-H members are permitted to care for, fit, and show their animals. It is important to note that ALL animals that have been entered by the 4-H member in a 4-H class are included in this policy. Crossover animals that show in both 4-H and Open class, are still ONLY to be managed BY THE 4-H MEMBER throughout the entirety of the fair week. If a member needs assistance, they may get help from another 4-H youth. The helper does not have to be from the same club. If there is an immediate safety concern, it is appropriate for adults to step in until the danger passes. Parents or leaders who think their member needs non-emergency adult assistance are encouraged to contact their superintendent or the Extension office to discuss other options. Abuse of rules will be dealt with in the following manner:
The state 4-H and FFA offices have a Memorandum of Understanding that covers members who show in both organizations. If you show the same species in 4-H and FFA, you need to determine which animals are your 4-H project animals and which are for FFA by June 1. 4-H project animals can not show in FFA shows, and vice-versa. Also, be sure to check with your FFA advisor about additional restrictions they may have. For more information, read the guiding principals for 4-H and FFA members.
Livestock Fair Week Schedule
Livestock Fair Ring Schedule
Members leasing a project animal must have the Record of Animal Lease form on file with the Extension office by June 1, The lease record forms will be approved by the Livestock Advisory.
This is a cash award given to a deserving 4H or FFA member from Clackamas County who exhibits the desire to pursue a beef project. The cash award is to be used toward the purchase of a steer or heifer to be raised and shown at the Clackamas County Fair in 4H or FFA. Our goal is to provide an opportunity for a young person to learn important life skills that will enable them to succeed. Donald Burns Scholarship application