We teach, learn, lead and serve, connecting people with the University of Wisconsin, and engaging with them in transforming lives and communities. The UW Extension Office answers questions and coordinates the Junior Fair, 4H and FFA Exhibits in the Youth Building and Livestock Barns. Feel free to contact them with questions or use the comments section below an event to get more information.
Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Admin. Bldg., 127 E. Oak St.
Juneau, WI 53039
The Junior Fair 4-H Horse Show is a judging event for youth participating in the 4-H horse project. Exhibitors are judged on their ability to show his/her horse at halter, riding, drive, performance, and horsemanship. Continue reading →
The Junior Fair Foods and Food Preservation is a judging event for youth participating in the 4-H foods project. Exhibits are judged on composition, appearance, creativity, and presentation of food items. Continue reading →
A judging event for youth enrolled in flowers, houseplants, and home environment projects. Exhibitors bring their entries to be judged face to face and receive comments and ask questions. Exhibits are evaluated on composition, arrangement, appearance, and structure. Continue reading →
The contest gives beef project youth the opportunity to demonstrate project growth by practicing their fitting skills and competing for prizes. Fitters will have one hour to fit, groom and care for their animal. Continue reading →
Animal care takes center stage during the Sheep Fitting Contest in the Farm Progress Arena on Tuesday night before the Fair. Sheep project youth demonstrate project growth by practicing their fitting skills and competing for prizes. Continue reading →
Fitters will compete in two categories; Junior Fitters, grades 4-8 and Senior Fitters, grades 9 and older. Held in the Farm Progress Arena, fitters will have one hour to fit their animal. Continue reading →
A judging event for 4-H youth entered in the swine project, held in the Junior Livestock Building. Swine are evaluated on functionality, structure, balance, and attractiveness. The Market Hog Show is a terminal show. Continue reading →