Dairy Project

4-H Youth Dairy Forms and Information

**These rules are set by the Kewaunee County Fair Board. We are sharing as a courtesy for our members and to our Fair Board partner.

Kewaunee Co Fair Exhibitor barn rules 2019

2019 livestock & dairy barn rules

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For 2021 only – Dairy members are in encouraged to attend dairy meetings and dairy judging practices.
1. All members must complete the dairy managerial record to show and YQCA
2. Those selling dairy boxes will be the four youth showmanship class winners (must have blue ribbon) and the Outstanding Junior and Senior Dairy Exhibitors.
3. Exhibitors will be required to turn in the following by 4PM entry day: a completed managerial record and Outstanding Dairy Exhibitor Award form.
4. If you have qualified to sell a dairy box in the auction, a 4×6 horizontal photo on photo paper of your dairy project must be turned in no later than 10AM the day of the auction. Please have your name on the back of the photo.

2021-2022 Outstanding Exhibitor/Glenway Breitlow Young Exhibitor Point sheet

Dairy Essay 2021-2022
As always, you are required to write an essay for your management sheet. Dairy essays must be handwritten!

Dairy Heifer Management Record 21-22 calf only

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2021 Kewaunee Co 4-H Auction Qualifications & Requirements

Scheduled Dairy Meetings
Thursday, February 24, 7:00 PM
Saturday, June 11. 10:00 AM

Dairy Judging Dates
Tuesday, March 8
Wednesday, March 16
Thursday, March 24
Monday, March 28
Tuesday, April 5

 

Kewaunee County Fair Auction Rules, Regulations, and Meeting Schedules for Multiple Species

Rules and Requirements: 2022 Kewaunee County 4-H Auction Procedures and Qualifications

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Wisconsin State Fair Information

Junior Dairy Cattle

 

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Youth Producer Guide to the Veterinary Feed Directive – Effective January 2017

The Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) rules enacted in October 2015 require livestock farmers to correctly apply VFD Orders and retain all VFD Orders for two (2) years, producing them for inspection when requested to do so.

VFD Orders may be stored electronically or as hard copy paper.

What is a VFD? A VFD is a written (nonverbal) statement issued by a licensed veterinarian in the course of the veterinarian’s professional practice that authorizes the use of a VFD drug or combination VFD drug in or on an animal feed. This written statement authorizes the client (the owner of the animal or animals or other caretaker) to obtain and use animal feed bearing or containing a VFD drug or combination VFD drug to treat the client’s animals only in accordance with the conditions for use approved, conditionally approved, or indexed by the FDA. A VFD is also referred to as a VFD order.

What Should Be on a VFD Order?

This information is required on a lawful VFD order:

  • veterinarian’s name, address, and telephone number;
  • client’s name, business or home address, and telephone number;
  • premises at which the animals specified in the VFD are located;
  • date of VFD issuance;
  • expiration date of the VFD;
  • name of the VFD drug(s);
  • species and production class of animals to be fed the VFD feed;
  • approximate number of animals to be fed the VFD feed by the expiration date of the VFD;
  • indication for which the VFD is issued;
  • level of VFD drug in the feed and duration of use;
  • withdrawal time, special instructions, and cautionary statements necessary for use of the drug in conformance with the approval;
  • number of reorders (refills) authorized, if permitted by the drug approval, conditional approval, or index listing;
  • statement: “Use of feed containing this veterinary feed directive (VFD) drug in a manner other than as directed on the labeling (extralabel use), is not permitted”;
  • an affirmation of intent for combination VFD drugs as described in 21 CFR 558.6(b)(6); and veterinarian’s electronic or written signature.
  • For more information about the VFD, visit http://www.fda.gov/safefeed

Download the 4 page pamphlet hereVeterinary Feed Directive 2017 or here: https://uwmadison.box.com/s/yo8dga5ajltsgk06fs9ogiqqpukoz2ek . Please note that this is the most current information we have been provided at this time and can be subject to change.

Watch an information video here: https://youtu.be/j0SpgprhG9c

Updates:
FDA Revises Extra Label Use of Medicated Feeds for Minor Species (Sheep and Goats), Dec 2, 2016

Additional Resources on VFD

  1. http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/DevelopmentApprovalProcess/ucm071807.htm
  2. https://www.beefcattleinstitute.org/veterinary-feed-directive/
  3. http://feedstuffs.com/vfd.aspx
  4. http://www.pork.org/production-topics/antibiotics-resource-center/
  5. http://www.beefusa.org/antibioticsresourcecenter.aspx
  6. https://www.zoetisus.com/responsible-antibiotic-use/vfd.aspx
  7. https://www.globalvetlink.com/vfdsurvivalwebinars/

STAFF

If you have any questions regarding Kewaunee County 4-H Youth Development, please contact

Extension Kewaunee County 4-H 

Mariah Vandertie – 4-H Program Educator
810 Lincoln St.
Kewaunee, WI 54216
Phone: (920) 3887185
mlvandertie@wisc.edu

Erin Dahle – Program Assistant
(920) 388-7141
erin.dahle@wisc.edu

If you have any questions regarding Agriculture in Kewaunee County, please contact:

Aerica Bjurstrom
Regional Dairy Educator
810 Lincoln Street
Kewaunee, WI 54216
Phone: 920-388-7138
Fax: 920-388-7159
Office Hours: M-F, 8 am to 4:30 pm
Email: aerica.bjurstrom@wisc.edu

Erin Dahle – Program Assistant
Phone: (920) 388-7141