The primary objective of the Dunn County Meat Animal Project is to encourage and educate livestock producers to improve their programs in the production, breeding and management of high-quality meat that will more adequately meet processing requirements and provide wholesome, nutritious and palatable meat as a food for the consumer.
| It is a privilege, not a right, to be in the Dunn County Meat Animal Project. |
Dunn County 4-H Meat Animal Project now has a way for you to check your status in the project. This list will show you things like YQCA or educational points. Check your name (last name and then first initial). If you have a question, just let Luisa or your project leaders know! 2018 MAP Member Requirements Tracking Sheet
Carefully read the 2018 Dunn County Meat Animal Rules to make sure you know how to enter your Meat Animal.
Weigh-ins are held a the Dunn County Rec Park in the Small Animal building. To help weigh-in go smoothly, please bring the entry form to weigh-in. Copies are available at the Extension office if you are unable to print a copy.
Please call UW-Extension for Weigh-In Dates.
Project Expense and Efficiency Report – Start filling out your project expense form as soon as possible!
Educational Point Form – 2018 – Exhibitors are required to turn in four educational points.
COOL Country of origin affidavit & information – Animals to be sold must have a Country of Origin Affidavit accompany them to the fair. This is a USDA requirement, and a Dunn County Fair policy.
Animal ID Check-in Form **The Animal ID Check-in Form is also referred to as the “Load Sheet”
Animal Checklist for Fair Entry – ** Helpful list for signing up for animal projects at the Dunn County Fair
Rule Exceptions or Protests
If you need to request a rule exception, or wish to protest a project-related decision, please call the UW-Extension.
We will be moving from MAQA (Meat Animal Quality Assurance) to the National YQCA (Youth for the Quality Care of Animals) program starting fall of 2017. Are you interested in learning more about the switch from MAQA to YQCA? Check out this webinar below to learn more.
For other state-related Youth Livestock information, check out the 4-H Youth Livestock website:
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If you have any questions regarding 4-H Youth Development, please contact:
4-H Program Coordinator
Dunn County UW-Extension
3001 US Hwy 12 E, Room 102
Menomonie WI 54751-3045