The purpose of keeping records is to establish good habits of setting goals, planning, organizing, evaluating, and improving written communication skills. In 4-H, the records are kept in an individual record book, which is completed by every 4-H member. Those record books that do well at the club and county level judging are highlighted at the County Achievement Program.
Record Books or 4-H Stories are due to the Extension Office Friday, September 10.
- Check with your club leader to verify the club deadline.
|Code||Form Names||Fillable Format|
|CRB||Cloverbud Record Book Word||Fillable PDF|
|RBG||Record Book Guide PDF|
|RBCW||Record Book Cover Word||Fillable PDF|
|MPE-A||Member Program Evaluation of Activities Word||Fillable PDF|
|MPE||Member Project Evaluation Word||Fillable PDF|
|PFR||Project Financial Record Word||Fillable PDF|
|CPL||Cumulative Project List Word||Fillable PDF|
|MLP||MLP Production Record Word||Fillable PDF|
|PO||Poultry Word||Fillable PDF|
|RB||Rabbit Word||Fillable PDF|
|LDAR||Lifetime Dairy Record Word||Fillable PDF|
|DID||Dairy Project Identification Word||Fillable PDF|
|HFR||Horse Financial Record – Part 1 Word||Fillable PDF|
|HFR2||Horse Financial Record – Part 2 Word||Fillable PDF|
|MHFR||Model Horse Word||Fillable PDF|
|Llama/Alpaca Record||Fillable PDF|
|CBM-F2011||Forage Crop Budget & Management Summary Word||Fillable PDF|
|CBM-G2011||Grain Crop Budget & Management Summary Word||Fillable PDF|
Tools to help you be a successful leader as a 4-H officer are available on the Club Leadership page. All 4-H Treasurers, Secretaries, Reporters/Historians are eligible to receive county 4-H awards by keeping accurate records.
- Evaluation and Rating Sheet – Being considered for county awards
- Scoring & Comments Form – Not being considered for county awards