Validation Orders Letter & Form 2021

4-H Academic Status Texas (eligibility form)


2021 CENTRAL TEXAS YOUTH FAIR (held in Clifton)


June 8-12th, 2021

As is the tradition of the CTYF, this county show will include the annual cash sale of livestock and cakes.

This event is open to exhibitors attending Bosque County schools, Valley Mills ISD and Bosque County 4-H members.

2021 CTYF Rulebook

CTYF Replacement Heifer Show Rules

CTYF Replacement Heifer Show Record Book

2021 Entry Fee Worksheet

2021 Market and Meat Pen Entry Form

2021 Crop Show Entry Form

2021 Market and Meat Pen Entry Form

2021 Ag Mechanics Entry Form

2021 Cake Sale Entry Form

2021 Home Economics Entry Form

2021 Jackpot Entry Form

2021 Commercial Heifer Entry Form

Central Texas Youth Fair Native Steer Certification Form

2021 CTYF Record Book

2021 Record Quiz Entry Form

2021 High Points ENRTY FORM

Senior Info Form 2021 (to be completed by ALL graduating seniors, turned in along with entries)

2021 CTYF Calf Scramble Packet (due 5-1-2021)

CTYF Validation Guidelines

Parental Waiver and Hold Harmless Agreement

CTYF Scholarship Opportunities – All Due 5-1-2021

CTYF Graduating High School Student Scholarship 2021

Henry Sanders Memorial Scholarship

CTYF Existing College Student Scholarship Application 2021


For any questions about livestock projects and/or contests contact Chelsea at 254-435-2331.


Deadlines listed are Bosque County 4-H.

Bosque 4-H deadlines may be different than those you see on stock show websites, 4-H Connect, rulebooks or by other counties.

quality counts

IMPORTANT – If you plan to show at any of the major livestock shows, you must have a Quality Counts verification number BEFORE you turn your entries into the Extension Office.  Bosque County AgriLife Extension recommends that all youth showing livestock, even at the county fair, take the test and become verified.

Texas has the largest number of 4-H and FFA livestock projects in the nation.  With this opportunity comes a responsibility for each exhibitor to learn and demonstrate the highest standards, both in personal character and in the feeding and care of their animals. Quality Counts is designed to teach young people the importance of displaying good character in carrying out livestock projects, and in every aspect of their lives.

Quality Counts helps them learn the importance of using proper livestock management practices so that food quality and safety are preserved.  Verification of Quality Counts is a natural extension of this effort to demonstrate that 4-H and FFA youth have a base knowledge of the principles of quality assurance and good moral character.  Now and in the near future many local and major livestock shows will require that a youth exhibitor demonstrate this base knowledge by taking the online Quality Counts Verification test and obtaining a Verification Number.  Your participation in Quality Counts helps ensure that Texas 4-H and FFA members can continue to be a part of the greatest youth livestock program in the nation.

Click here: Take the test & become verified!


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