1. Kid's College is back in 2022

    Mar. 31, 2022

    IT'S BACK!!!  After being cancelled for the past two years, Kid's College is back in 2022!!! Click HERE to go to the Kid's College information page.

  2. Homeless Shelter Kitchen Supply Drive

    Mar. 02, 2022

    Please consider donating new and gently used kitchen supplies for the homeless shelter to send with clients when they leave to set up their new homes. If your club name begins with the letters A through D, please select from items on list 1 as much as possible and club names starting with E through Z from items on list 2. This will allow us to collect a greater variety of items. Donations may be dropped off at the Extension Office through the end of March.

  3. 4-H Honor Cords

    Mar. 31, 2021

  4. 4-H Enrollment is Open!

    Jan. 08, 2021

    2022 Adams County 4-H enrollment is open! 

    Visit our Become a Member page for information about enrolling as a NEW or RETURNING 4-H member.

    Visit our Become a Volunteer page for information about becoming a volunteer or re-enrolling as a volunteer.

  5. 2022 Market Beef Tag-In, Saturday, January 15

    Jan. 04, 2021

    The Adams County Senior Fair Board will hold Market Beef Tag-in on Saturday, January 9 from 8:30 – 10 a.m. at the fairgrounds.  All market beef projects being raised for the 2022 Adams County Junior Fair should be in line no later 10 a.m. to be tagged, weighed and tattooed.

    Families attending Market Beef Tag-In should remain in their vehicles until they are at the chute.  At that time, one individual can exit the vehicle to identify animals as they cross the scales.  Masks and social distancing will be required. 

  6. Burley Tobacco Settlement

    Dec. 10, 2020

    If you grew burley tobacco in any of the 2015–2020 crop years in Kentucky, West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, or Missouri, you could get money from a proposed settlement.

  7. Grazing Concepts that Benefit the Bird and the Herd

    Dec. 10, 2020

    Application Deadline is January 15, 2021

    Columbus, OH, Dec. 8, 2020 – If you think livestock and quail don’t mix, a type of managed grazing may change your mind. USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is accepting applications for a program that focuses on establishing productive warm season forages to improve livestock production and provide large areas of prime habitat for ground nesting birds and other wildlife.


    Dec. 07, 2020

    Find lights, take pictures, and submit to win!

    Winners will receive a free 4-H project book Submit photos by December 31 to enter Create a PowerPoint, Google Slides or submit individual photos at Please be sure not to trespass while taking photos

    For complete rules and a list of scavenger hunt lights you need to find, CLICK HERE

  9. Ohio New and Small Farm Colleges Set for 2021

    Dec. 02, 2020

    Are you a small farmland owner wondering what to do with your acreage? Are you interested in exploring options for land uses but not sure where to turn or how to begin? Have you considered adding an agricultural or horticultural enterprise, but you just aren’t sure of what is required, from an equipment, labor, and/or management perspective? Are you looking for some place to get some basic farm information? If you or someone you know answered yes to any of these questions, then the Ohio State University New and Small Farm College program may be just what you are looking for.

  10. Agricultural Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage for the 2021 Crop Year

    Nov. 24, 2020

    The 2018 Farm Bill reauthorized the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) safety net programs that were in the 2014 Farm Bill. Producers must enroll in ARC/PLC for the 2021 crop year through their local Farm Service Agency office. Producers can amend the program elections they made for the 2019 and 2020 crop years for the 2021 crop year. The signup period for the 2021 crop year is open now, and the deadline to enroll and make amendments to program elections is March 15, 2021.