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4-H and Fair Information



Fair Pictures

Here are some links to photos of the 2021 Asotin County Fair


2021 Asotin County Fair Beef Carcass Contest

Beef carcass data was collected on 21 of the 2021 Asotin County Fair Steers that were processed at Heights Meats and 4 Frendz Meat Market in Clarkston; and C&L Lockers in Moscow (see link below).  The “Carcass of Merit Requirements” sheet helps explain the information contained in the Carcass Data Spreadsheet.  Thanks to the Asotin County Cattlemen’s Association for their continued support of this program.

This was again a very good group of steers; with 90% of the steers grading at least Low Choice, with an average Yield Grade of 3.19.

Six of the 21 steers qualified as WSU Steer of Merit winners.  In order to qualify for the “Steer-of-Merit” designation, steers must meet the following requirements:

  • Hot carcass weight between 600 and 950 pounds.
  • Meet required rib eye area for carcass weight up to 775 pounds, 13.1 square inches 775 pounds and above.
  • Yield grade of 2.99 or lower for Low Choice, 3.49 or lower Average/High Choice, and 3.99 or lower for Prime Quality Grade.
  • Quality grade of Low Choice or higher.
  • Carcass free of major defects- Dark Cutter, Excessive Bruising, Etc.
  • Average daily gain of 2.70 pounds per day or higher from the first weigh-in to the final weigh-in at the fair.

Congratulations to Carlie Ball for having the top overall beef carcass.  Carlie’s steer was also selected as the Grand Champion at the fair on April 22, 2021.  Carlie will receive a belt buckle sponsored by Brad and Jody Forgey, as well as $75 from the Asotin County Cattlemen’s Association for having the top overall carcass steer. The 2nd place overall carcass steer belonged to Jacob Ostermiller, who will receive $50 from the Asotin County Cattlemen.  Congratulations to the other individuals who will each receive $25 from the Asotin County Cattlemen for having steers that met the WSU Steer-Of-Merit designation:  Ryle Combs, Ryann Combs, Addyson Sangster and Carly Browne.


2021 Fair info

Theme: Country Fun for Everyone
Colors:   Royal blue, Tan, Metallic silver
Flowers:  Any Flowers
Dates:  April 23-25
Schedule of events 2021

Fair Information Flyer 2021

Judges Expectations:

Dog and Cat Projects
Livestock Projects

Certificates of Ownership

Quality Assurance

Family Living & General Projects


Livestock Fitting and Showing: Industry Standards for 4-H Livestock Projects – PowerPoint Presentation

Record Book/Add Sheets

Enrollment Forms

Member Enrollment

Leader Enrollment


Club Forms

Demonstration Day

Scholarship and Sponsorship forms

Teen Leadership Forms

Volunteer Time Sheet

Meeting Minutes

Fairboard Minutes

Current Fairboard meeting minutes can be found at:

Horse Committee Minutes

Leaders’ Council Minutes

Livestock Committee Minutes