Projects & Contests

4-H Projects provide opportunities for youth to pursue interests and develop leadership skills.  Bosque County 4-H offers a number of 4-H projects.  You can find specific information related to each project by clicking on the links below.  If you are interested in starting a new project or becoming a project leader, please let us know!

Bosque Bullseyes Shooting Sports

Clothing & Textiles

Consumer Decision Making

Foods & Nutrition


Junior Master Gardeners


Livestock & Stock Shows


Public Speaking

Plant ID & Range Science

Record Books

Roundup Contests


Tri-County Youth Ag Tour

Three Day Youth Ag Tour of Bosque, Johnson and Hill Counties. Open to 10 Bosque County 4-H members who have completed at least the 6th grade. Selection of participants is by application process. Please have applications returned to Chelsea Dorward by July 1, 2021.

Dates of Ag Tour – July 27-29, 2021

Full Day Events – starting and ending times will vary, but full agendas will be provided to applicants closer to tour dates

Transportation is provided, lunch meal provided and t-shirt provided. Cost covered by sponsorships.

Tri-County Youth Ag Tour-Application Fillable


Declaration of Eligibility

All 4-H youth competing in any 4-H contest must turn in a Declaration of Eligibility (DOE) form BEFORE the event date.

This is for EVERY event, even if it’s on the weekend.

The only time we do not require these forms is in the summer when school is out.

This form must be signed by the school and a parent.

If the child’s grades are not passing or we do not receive the form, they will not be eligible to compete, just like with sports in school.

Completed forms can be faxed to our office at (254) 435-6231, hand delivered, or emailed.

Get the form here —> Eligibility Form

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