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Kansas State 4-H Office
201 Umberger Hall
1612 Claflin Road
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-5800
785-532-5981 fax
kansas4h@ksu.edu

Kansas State Fair - 4-H Division

KSF Results

2021 Kansas State Fair Handbooks

4-H Exhibit Area Downloads

Entry Collection Sheets
Clothing and Textiles
  • Each 4-H member is encouraged to attach an index card or photo, no larger than 4” x 6” with the entry form to give the judge any
    information which the exhibitor thinks would be helpful for the judge to know.
  • In Clothing, Fiber Arts or other exhibits needing a cloth label, for the 2014 State Fair and beyond, exhibitors can make their own label on a piece of cloth with a permanent or laundry type marker. Labels should be about 3"x2.5" in size and include exhibitor name, class number and county or district.
  • Clothing and Textile Scorecard
  • Recycled Clothing Scorecard

 

Crops and Crops Judging
Public Presentations
Dog Show

 

Energy Management
Entomology
Fashion Revue
Each 4-H member participating in the Kansas State Fair 4-H Fashion Revue must submit the following items by August 15:
  1. Score Card & Cost Per Wear Form
    4-H members should complete the Score Card and Cost Per Wear Form.  This form will be uploaded into FairEntry as part of the fair entry process. 
  2. Public Review Script
    4-H members should provide a written script to their Extension Agent so that the office may submit it as part of the fair entry process. Scripts should be 4-6 sentences in length. Write it exactly as you want it read during the public revue. Include 4-H'ers first name and local unit somewhere in the first sentence. Some descriptors may include: fabric, colors, patterns, where you will wear the outfit, what you like best, etc. Feel free to include hobbies and other info about yourself.  
  3. $5.00 participation fee per participating 4-H member  Checks should be made out to the Kansas 4-H Foundation. Mail it to:
    Kansas State 4-H Office
    201 Umberger Hall
    1612 Claflin Road
    Kansas State University
    Manhattan, KS 66506

The judging schedule, as well as participant instructions will be posted here no later than September 1. 

State Fair Entry Info Letter to Agents (7/19/2021)

 

FCS Judging
Fiber Arts

 

Foods and Nutrition
Foods Preservation
Forestry
Geology and Lapidary
Home Environment
Horse Show

No health papers or CVI is needed for in-state horses, only a negative Coggins. There is not a vet check-in off fairgrounds as in previous years.

The KSF has designated that 4-H Horses are allowed to arrive on Thursday, Sept. 16 at 8 am to noon and 6 pm to 9 pm to go through the vet check process at the stalling shack.  After 9 pm horses are not allowed to arrive or stall. Friday, Sept. 17 horses can be vet checked from 7 am to 9 am and again from 6 pm to 9 pm. Again after 9 pm horses are not allowed to arrive or stall.  Saturday, Sept 18 vets will be available for checks from 7 am to 9 am.

Horse ID's and class entries/scratches will be checked once families have unloaded after vet and Coggins check. One person per horse is encouraged for check-in.

Exhibitors must arrive on grounds by Gate #10. With a parking pass, trailers and tow vehicle may remain on grounds. Stalling assignments, parking passes and wristbands should be picked up at the stalling office. Unordered wristbands/parking passes may be purchased in the credential office located in the sheep and swine barn.

 

Horticulture
Photography
Photography Judging Contest

 

Poultry
Rabbits
Shooting Sports
STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math)

-Refer to the STEM Training page for more information.  For *notebooks, *display boards, and *posters, no additional exhibit information is required; no manila envelope is needed for these exhibits.  All other exhibits need the additional information included in a manila envelope.  Displays, notebooks and posters have been combined into one score sheet for all divisions. 

You may also visit the Kansas 4-H STEM site,www.kansasspacetech.com, for more specific information in astronomy, rocketry, robotics, unmanned aerial systems and computers.  To learn more about the project areas within SpaceTech, visit: Overview Kansas 4-H STEM.

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Visual Arts
Wildlife
Woodworking