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Post Fair Record Books and Record Book Covers

Posted on 08/01/2019
Record Book Covers

Post-Fair Record Book Requirements for 4-H and FFA Members

All 4-H members who exhibit livestock, small animals or horses at the 2019 Weld County Fair must turn in at least one completed livestock, small animal or horse record book after the Fair in order to be eligible to show at the 2020 Weld County Fair.  We are currently accepting completed record books from July 30, 2019-September 6, 2019.​

  1. If the member sold an animal in the Junior Livestock Sale, a completed record book must be submitted for the species the exhibitor sold.
  2. Completed record books must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m., Friday, September 6, 2019, to the Weld County Extension Office.
  3. Record books must score a minimum of 70% of the total points possible to be considered complete.
  4. Catch-It Record Books are due to the Extension Office by 5:00 p.m., Monday, August 5, 2019.

All FFA members who exhibit livestock, small animal or horses at the 2019 Weld County Fair must turn in a completed FFA Member Record Book Form after the Fair in order to be eligible to show at the 2020 Weld County Fair.  We are currently accepting completed FFA record book forms from July 30, 2019-September 6, 2019.​

  1. Record Book Forms must be submitted after the Fair and no later than 5:00 p.m., Friday, September 6, 2018, to the Weld County Extension Office.
  2. Record Book Forms will be available after the Fair from Weld County FFA advisors, the Weld County Extension Office, or from the Fair Website www.weldcountyfair.com.


4-H Record Book Covers

Livestock, Small Animal and Horse record books will no longer be allowed to be turned in using a 3-ring binders. We have struggled with this issue for the past few years but we need to make a change in this policy, this style of binder takes up too much room when we box the record books for grading. All record books shall be turned in using the flat style binders (without rings) and please write your name, project (s) and 4-H club on the front cover.  If someone forgets to use the correct binder and turns in a 3-ring binder when it is turned in at the Extension Office, we will remove the binder, staple the record book together and turn it in without a cover. Thank you for helping us with this change in policy. 

Here are a couple of examples of record book covers:

3-prong folderAcco Binder