Animal Mandatory meeting took place November at the Langlade County Fair Grounds, Clover Room. 6:30 p.m. If you were unable to make this date , you must review your project literature and present what you have learned to the Market Animal board. Presentations must be done by April 1, 2020. for more details call the 4-H office at 715-627-6236.
The 2nd Mandatory meeting will be in July, all youth and a parent/guardian must attend this meeting. Failure to attend will result in not being able to sell their animal.
Due to the COVID-19 restrictions we will be completing all the weigh-in forms for sheep and swine online. Please use the below links to complete the forms. You must have your bill of sale for the animals as well as the premise Id from where you purchased the animal from.
If you do not own your animal and wish to exhibit the species 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.