July 25-29, 2018
Rhonda Klement, Fair Coordinator (715) 216-2356, email email@example.com
Langlade County Fairbook
4-H club members will receive a fairbook and entry form at their club meeting. If you do not receive your fairbook by your June club meeting, please contact the 4-H office.**4-H members will receive entry forms and fairbook at their May/June 4-H Club meetings
If you do not own your animal and wish to exhibit the specie at the fair you must fill out a managerial agreement between yourself and the owning party. The managerial form needs to be complete and submitted to the 4-H office by May 1st. If this is not completed you will not be allowed to exhibit the animal at the Langlade County Fair.
Livestock premises registration means that any location where livestock congregate – family farm, hobby farm, backyard poultry flocks, veterinary clinics, markets, livestock feedlots, livestock dealers and haulers – provides to a central database an address, contact person and list of species. The location gets a unique number. Our goal is to be able to trace livestock movements within 48 hours in case of an animal disease outbreak, so we can find where an infection originated and what animals have been exposed. You must have a premise I.D. to show at the Langlade County Fair.
ANIMAL INFORMATION FORMS
These forms are required for any person bringing Beef, Sheep, Swine, Dairy, Horses, Poultry, Rabbits, Goats and Llamas to the Langlade County Fair, you MUST include your premise id number on these forms, these are NOT your entry forms. Forms are due July 1st with Entry Forms. NO EXCEPTIONS!
you must complete one for each specie you are bringing to the Langlade County Fair. The form must include your premise I.D. number, proper state identification requirements for each specie. If you have further questions please call Karalee at the 4-H office or logon to:
If you have any questions regarding the Langlade County Fairbook, please contact:
Karalee Brock, 4-H Program Assistant