Blue Ribbons Available

During the 2018 Lincoln County Fair, we ran out of blue ribbons and exhibitors were provided with a blue ribbon sticker.  The Fair Association has provided us a supply of blue ribbons.  Individuals who would like a blue ribbon to replace their sticker can stop by the UW-Extension office located in the Lower level of […]

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Suggestions for 2019 Lincoln County Fair Handbook

Do you have suggestions for changes, corrections and additions for the 2019 Fair Exhibitor Handbook??  If you do, please write them on a sheet of paper and submit them to the UW-Extension Office while they are still fresh in your mind.  These suggestions will then be passed on for consideration to the department committee.

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Thank You’s

Reminder… It is important to remember those people who sponsor events or activities at the fair.  If you receive a trophy for an award, it is important to show them that 4-H appreciates their support. Show them how much their support is appreciated by sending them a thank-you note. This practice is not only good […]

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Remember… it’s not about the color of the ribbon

We are looking forward to another successful Lincoln County Fair with lots of Junior Division exhibits. While it’s great to have lots of Junior Division exhibits at the fair, what’s really important is what the youth learned throughout their involvement in 4-H, in the project, and in the process of making or preparing their exhibit. […]

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Livestock Premise Identification Information for County Fair

All animals (except rabbits, cats, dogs or other common household pets) must have an Animal Premise ID in order to exhibit at the Lincoln County Fair.  There are no exceptions to this requirement.  Exhibitors should be sure their Premise ID is for the current year (2018) and include this number on their entry form.  A […]

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How Are Fair Exhibits Judged?

In order for a fair to receive state aid for premiums (prize money), the fair must follow specific requirements as outlined in Chapter ATCP 160 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code. Portions of this code begin on page 12 in the fair exhibitor handbook. Judges are hired to place the exhibits depending on the different type […]

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