MSU/Powell County Extension Service 4-H Powell County

4-H Information

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2019-2020 4-H Clover
What is a 4-H Club?
Montana 4-H Policies & Procedures
4-H Family Handbook
Powell County 4-H Constitution & Bylaws   02/07/2018
Powell County 4-H Policy  05/06/2014
Using the 4-H Name and Emblem Policy 2014
Montana 4-H Councils & Committees Guide 2015
4-H Leader Handbook 09/2012
Survival Guide for 4-H Camp Leaders 2007
President & Vice President Handbook 09/2012
So, You Are the Historian of Your 4-H Club
4-H Secretary’s Handbook       Secretary Forms  09/2012
4-H Treasurer’s Book    07/2015
4-H News Reporter’s Book   11/2009
4-H Demonstrations and Speeches  2016    alternate site to download from
Parliamentary Practice for 4-H
Ambassador Handbook  June 1, 2015
Appropriate Use of 4-H Name & Emblem in Livestock Sales, Auctions & Similar Events 
Livestock Sale Frequently Asked Questions
4-H Raffles, lotteries & gaming
Religion and 4-H Youth Development Programs
4-H Fundraising
Is my Quality Assurance training current?
How Many County Events Have I attended?  as of 7/1/2020
County Events Policy 10/01/2019
 How do I write a 4-H goal?

Fair Information:

Fair Market BEEF Interview questions
Fair Market SHEEP interview questions
Fair Market SWINE interview questions
Fair Market GOATS interview questions
Fair Market POULTRY interview questions
Fair Market RABBITS interview questions
Fair Replacement Heifer interview questions

4-H Forms:

2019-2020 NEW Member Enrollment Form
2019-2020 Large Animal Project Assumption of Risk Form if you are taking a large animal this form must accompany your enrollment form
2019-2020 Horse Project Assumption of Risk Form if you are taking a horse project this form must accompany your enrollment form

2019-2020 New Leader Forms (all the following forms must be completed):

Volunteer Application form
Volunteer Disclosure form
Volunteer Enrollment form
Volunteer Agreement form
Volunteer Media Release form

If you were enrolled in Powell County 4-H during 2018-2019, you may manage your information or re-enroll online here.   Access to your profile is by using the family email address you enrolled with.  If you need to change this address or need help resetting your password, please contact the Powell County Extension Office.  Projects on the website cannot be changed from May 1 until mid-September and November 23 until January 2. New 4-H enrollees cannot set up a profile online–registration must be completed with paper forms. Instructions for managing your profile are here.

Incident Report Form
Permission to Travel Form
4-H Fundraising Form
4-H Medical Release Form
Ambassador Application Form
Yearly 4-H Program Plan
State 4-H Scholarships — Application Form — Due April 1

Some of the following 4-H record keeping forms are interactive Adobe PDF files. They can be saved to your computer for electronic use throughout the year (you can type your record information right into them and they include calculating functions). YOU MUST Save each file to your computer FIRST to use form functions. Do this by right-clicking and using the ‘save link as’ function.
If you choose to save them for electronic use you must have version 10 or higher of Adobe Reader. To download the latest version of Adobe Reader click the link at the top of the page.

Livestock Feed Sheet     This form is provided for your convenience–it is not required
My 4-H Year Journal
My 4-H Year–Saveable pdf format requires Adobe Reader 10
Non-Animal Project Journal
Non-Animal Project Journal–Saveable pdf format requires Adobe Reader 10
Animal Project Journal
Animal Project & Financial Journal–Saveable pdf format requires Adobe Reader 10
Replacement Heifer Project Guidelines   2019-2020
Replacement Heifer Project Record Form
The form can be filled out and printed but not saved


409 Missouri Ave., Suite 102
Deer Lodge, MT 59722
(406) 846-9791

Office Hours:  Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except holidays


Robert “Bo” Walker – County Extension Agent

Sheila Finco – Administrative Assistant

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Montana State University and the Montana State University Extension prohibit discrimination in all of their programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital or family status.  Issued in furtherance of cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics, acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Cody Stone, Director of Extension, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717

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