For one week each summer, 4-H youth in Oneida County have an opportunity to share and showcase the projects they've been working on at the Boonville-Oneida County Fair. The public is invited to come and watch our 4-H youth at the fair as they:
REMINDER- All Dairy and Livestock Entries are DUE BY JULY 1st 2021 to the 4-H Office.
***Entry Forms are available in Fill-a-able Pdf when opened from a Computer and can be submitted through email to email@example.com***
REMINDER- ALL youth exhibiting Animals at the county fair MUST complete the 4-H Animal Welfare Assurance Agreement.
Horse Certificates and copies of the Coggin's and Rabies Certificates are DUE BY JUNE 1ST to the 4-H Office. Deadline to enter the 4-H County Fair Horse Shows is JULY 1ST.
Due By JUNE 1ST to the 4-H Office.
Traditional 4-Hers (age 8 -19) can lease TWO animals of a species as long as they currently DO NOT own an animal of that species. **NEW** Starting in 2020, the youth are able to show BOTH animals unlike in the past where they were allow to lease two but only show one.
The Great New York State Fair is an annual 13 day showcase of agriculture, entertainment, education and technology. With midway rides, concessionaires, exhibits and concerts, it has become New York’s largest annual event and an end-of-summer tradition for hundreds of thousands of families from all corners of the state. The first fair took place in Syracuse in 1841 and took permanent residence there in 1890 It is the oldest and one of the largest State Fairs in the United States: located on 375 acres; with approximately one million visitors annually, it is ranked third behind Minnesota and Texas.
The emphasis for Cornell Cooperative Extension’s 4-H youth Development involvement at the State Fair is to provide youth 8-19 years of age with opportunities to:
Last updated August 11, 2022