Information for Goat Projects

4-H Goat Project (135) Resources

General Livestock Interview Checklist

Goat Project & Record Book Guidelines

General Livestock Project Record Pages

  • For 4-H members who wish to use their project book for multiple years.

Goat Skillathon & Livestock Evaluation

Logan County Livestock Evaluation Study Guide

Learning Lab Kits

Ohio State Fair Skillathon

Logan County Junior Fair Resources

Junior Fair Entries

  • May 1st


Ownership Dates

  • May 1st


Number of Animals

  • Exhibitors can tag up to 4 Market Goats and show 3.
  • Exhibtiors can show 2 entries per class for Dairy Goats, Nigerian Dwarves, Pygmy Goats, Fiber Goats & Meat Production Goats



  • All goats must have a valid Scrapie ID in the form of matching ear tattoo with registration papers or a scrapied tag in the ear.


Weight Requirements

  • Market Goats will weigh from 5:00pm to 6:00pm the day before the Logan County Fair
  • Market Goat: 50 - 110 pounds
  • *If you miss the scheduled weigh-in time you will weigh from 7:00pm to 7:30pm.


Quality Assurance

  • All Logan County Junior Fair Exhibitors must attend a Quality Assurance by May 1st


DUNF Forms

  • You will receive your DUNF forms to be filled out at 4-H Livestock Evaluation. They are due at weigh-in at the Logan County Fair. All Market Goats and Lactating Dairy Goats must have one form per animal.

More detailed information can be found in the Logan County Fair Book

Helpful Resources and Links

Official Ohio Department of Agriculture ID Types for Sheep and Goats - PDF

National Scrapie Eradication Program Standards - PDF

Learning Activity Ideas (use at 4-H Clubs or at home) -

Logan County Fair -

Logan County Goat Association - 

Ohio Dairy Goat Association -

Ohio Pygmy Association -

National Goat Handbook -