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Pre Fair Weigh In

Market Beef Weigh In, Sunday, January 21 from 1-3pm at the Routt County Fairgrounds in Hayden

  • Beef Weigh In Form – to be completed for each market beef being weighed in.  Bring your completed forms to weigh in.  There is a $5 per animal weigh in fee (cash or checks made out to RC 4-H)
  • State Fair nominations – if you are weighing in a market beef project for state fair please have your completed state fair nomination form at weigh in.  Also, let us know before weigh how many state fair nominated animals your will be bringing to weigh in.  Each of these animals needs to be retinal scanned.  Retinal scanning will take place at 1pm at the beef weigh in.

Fiber Arts Camp

  • February 20 & 21 for ages 3rd – 5th grade at the Methodist Church.
  • Flyer
  • Registration Form – This form with payment must be received by the Extension Office to reserve your spot.  This camp fills up fast so register early.

District Retreat

Routt County Farm Bureau 4-H/FFA Livestock Project Grants

 How do I learn more about…

  • Routt County 4-H – Click HERE
  • 4-H projects – Click HERE
  • Routt County 4-H Clubs – Click HERE
  • How to enroll in 4-H?  Click HERE

 2017 4-H Event Results

Awards for Volunteers, Club and Members are due by September 18th.

At Achievement Night we will awarding our Outstanding Members (two for each age group), Outstanding Club and new this year we will be awarding our volunteers in the following categories.  These volunteer winners will be submitted at the state level as well.

Outstanding Member and Club due by September 18

Club Record Books


The Routt County 4-H Handbook is updated yearly.  If you have a question about 4-H you should first read through the 4-H handbook to find the answer.

Career Summary

Every 4-H member should keep a 4-H Career Summary starting with their first year in 4-H.  This is a great way to track your projects, demonstrations and community service projects.  And – maybe you will be nominated as an Outstanding 4-H Members and will need to complete a Career Summary.