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  Wisconsin 33 | Beaver Dam, WI  920-885-3586

Open Class Dairy Cattle Judging

Dodge County Fairgrounds Dodge County Fairgrounds, Beaver Dam

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.

Junior Fair Music Performance Judging

Dodge County Fairgrounds Dodge County Fairgrounds, Beaver Dam

Instrumental, vocal and piano performances by youth to demonstrate their 4-H music projects. Exhibitor performances are judged face to face in Radio Park in front of a live fair audience.

Junior Fair Swine Showmanship

Dodge County Fairgrounds Dodge County Fairgrounds, Beaver Dam

Youth showcase their knowledge of swine education and compete for a variety of showmanship awards.

Junior Fair Goat Judging

Dodge County Fairgrounds Dodge County Fairgrounds, Beaver Dam

Youth participate in Danish judging where goats are evaluated on functionality, structure, balance, and attractiveness.

Junior Fair Cat and Kitten Judging

Dodge County Fairgrounds Dodge County Fairgrounds, Beaver Dam

Youth participate in Danish judging where animals are evaluated on general appearance and condition, temperament, hair, coat, paws, nails, and body build.

Junior Fair Younger Brother/Sister Exhibit Class

Dodge County Fairgrounds Dodge County Fairgrounds, Beaver Dam

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.

Junior Fair Model Horse Judging

Dodge County Fairgrounds Dodge County Fairgrounds, Beaver Dam

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.

Junior Fair Herdsmanship Awards

Dodge County Fairgrounds Dodge County Fairgrounds, Beaver Dam

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.