4-H clubs and FFA chapters earn herdsmanship awards through designated criteria that include; care of the exhibit, appearance and attitude of the exhibitors, and preparation of the exhibit.
Youth participate in Danish judging prepare the model and set up the entry on the judging table. Verbal assistance is permitted but all hands-on work should be done by the youth exhibitor.
Younger brothers or sisters of any current 4-H member of younger children of a 4-H volunteer leader may bring 1 entry to the Dodge County Fair to be entered in the Youth Building on Entry Day before 7 pm.
Youth participate in Danish judging where animals are evaluated on general appearance and condition, temperament, hair, coat, paws, nails, and body build.
Youth participate in Danish judging where goats are evaluated on functionality, structure, balance, and attractiveness.
Youth showcase their knowledge of swine education and compete for a variety of showmanship awards.
Animals are exhibited in the farm progress arena by adults or children wearing white pants and a white or colored shirt, belt, and close-toed shoes. Back tags will be provide and should be displayed on the back of each exhibitor.
Youth participate in Danish judging where animals are evaluated on functionality, structure, balance, and attractiveness.
Youth showcase their knowledge of dairy education and compete for a variety of showmanship awards such as top production, somatic cell count, and protein production.
A judging event for 4-H youth who have entered projects in the Computer exhibitor category. Exhibits are evaluated on quality, workmanship, finishing, and storytelling.