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4-H Project Resources

This page has resources for individual projects.

Animal Certificates:

All 4-H’ers should keep animal certificates for their projects each year. It is an important part of record keeping and accountability, and is needed regardless of fair participation.

For the 2021-2022 year, we have joined forced with the fair board to reduce the quantity of forms required and steps needed for participating in fair. Instead of completing an animal certificate, an entry form, and a green card, there is one digital form that replaces them all. These will be due by Saturday, May 28th, 2022 and the links to each form can be found on the fair page. These are required for both breed and market projects. Note: Horse and Market rabbit have different deadlines.

If you would like to keep a traditional animal certificate, you can download the file below and the 4-H Program Coordinator would be happy to sign and return to you at fair.

How to Fill Out and Use Your Animal Certificate  This guide will help you understand and correctly utilize your animal certificates.

– Online Bovine Certificate: See Fair Page
4-H Bovine Certificate (PDF)
WORD 4-H Bovine Certificate

– Online Horse Certificate: 
4-H Horse Certificate (PDF)

– Online Swine Certificate: See Fair Page
4-H Swine Certificate (PDF)
WORD 4-H Swine Certificate

– Online Sheep Certificate: See Fair Page
4-H Sheep Certificate (PDF)
WORD 4-H Sheep Certificate

– Online Goat Certificate: See Fair Page
4-H Goat Certificate (PDF)
WORD 4-H Goat Certificate

– Online Poultry Certificate: See Fair Page
4-H Poultry Certificate (PDF)
WORD 4-H Poultry Certificate

– Online Rabbit Certificate: See Fair Page
– 4-H Rabbit Certificate (PDF)
WORD 4-H Rabbit Certificate


– Online Cavy Certificate: See Fair Page
– 4-H Cavy Certificate (PDF)
WORD 4-H Cavy Certificate

If you are a member of the following projects and are planning to show at fair, please let the 4-H office know. You can request an online version of any of these certificates by emailing

Clothing & Textiles:



Educational Displays:

Preparing Quality 4-H Posters
Skagit County Educational Display Guidelines