Bourbon County Fair July 14 - 21, 2018
Thank you to all of the individuals and businesses who support the 4-H program by providing awards, volunteering throughout the year, and attending 4-H events and the Bourbon County Fair!
2017 Fair 4-H Entry Form - Due June 15Bourbon County Fair website
Reading Project:Book Report
Beef Tag-in at Uniontown - March 14th, 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. at Uniontown High School Parking Lot. Tag-in only.
Beef Tag-in at Fort Scott - March 17th, 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. at Bourbon County Fairgrounds. Rate of Gain weigh-in at Fort Scott tag-in only.
Meat Goats, Sheep and Swine Tag-in at Fort Scott - April 28th, 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. at Bourbon County Fairgrounds. Rate of Gain Weigh-in at Fort Scott tag-in only.
Meat Goats, Sheep and Swine Tag-in at Uniontown - May 2nd, 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. at Uniontown High School Parking Lot. Tag-in only.
Bourbon County Horse Project:
Due in the Fort Scott Extension Office by May 1
Coggins papers and IDs will be checked at the County Horse Show
The Horse Identification Certificate form MUST BE front and back of one page, not 2 pages.
A standard size picture MUST BE attached. The picture should include all 4 legs and feet showing a profile of the horse with the head turned toward the camera. ALL markings must be clearly visible.
Members, Parent/Guardian, Owners (if horse is leased) a County Agent MUST sign and date signature.
The ORIGINAL 4-H Horse Identification Certificate MUST accompany the 4-H’er. The County Office and project leader may have a photocopy.
Things that will not be allowed.
- 4-H Horse Identification Certificates on 2 separate pages instead of front and back
- Photocopies, not originals, or pictures of papers on your phone
- Photos of horses not attached to Horse ID certificates
- Not having all required signatures
- Photos of horses that are more than 5 years old (especially on young OR gray horses)
A 4-H youth may lease a horse for a 4-H project, but cannot also identify a family-owned horse. The leasing option is intended for any youth who is unable to participate fully in the 4-H horse project because the member does not have access to a family-owned horse. All leased horses must be managed by the 4-H project member at least 75 percent of the time from May 1 through September 30.
If you plan to show at your 4-H District Horse Show or the Kansas State Fair 4-H Horse Show, PLEASE make sure you are using the correct form and it is completely filled out.Horse Patterns
Bourbon County Born - Due in the Fort Scott Extension Office by June 1
- Market Steer Nomination
- Market Heifer Nomination
- Market Hog Nomination
- Market Lamb Nomination
- Meat Goat Nomination
Kansas Youth Livestock State Nomination Process