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Dairy Poster Contest

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Publication Number: P0799
Updated: March 15, 2018
View as PDF: P0799.pdf

June Dairy Month 2018

undeniably dairy with a drawing of a cow's face and red heart

Are you a Mississippi 4-H member? If so, enter the June Dairy Month Poster Contest! Your poster will help teach others about the dairy industry and the importance of including milk and dairy products in a healthy, well-balanced diet. You will have fun as you work with 4-H volunteer leaders, Extension agents, parents, dairy farmers, and dairy industry leaders to develop your poster to promote the dairy industry or dairy products. Dairy posters are first judged in your county 4-H Dairy Poster Contest. First-place county winners in each age division advance to statewide competition at the Mississippi 4-H Club Congress. Past first-place winners cannot compete again in the same division in the statewide competition…but they can compete in a different age division as they become eligible.

The contest runs through May 30, 2018. Each county will be allowed to submit one winner from each age division from the local county contest. These winning entries must be checked in at registration for Mississippi 4-H Club Congress, where they will be judged for selection of state winners in each age division.

Dairy Poster Contest

Using the theme How Do You heart Your Dairy? make a poster about the benefits of the dairy industry and dairy products. The poster must be 22 inches by 28 inches. It can be on poster board or a substitute. Get ideas from magazines, parents, friends, Extension agents, 4-H volunteer leaders, dairy farmers, or others. Information about dairy foods is available on the Southeast United Dairy Industry Association website. Do not use brand names or copyrighted material (such as cartoon characters) on your poster.

Ask your Extension agent to help you make sure your poster has correct information about milk and dairy products.Your agent will establish a deadline for submitting dairy posters to the county Extension office and can help you think of public places to display your poster. Here are some ideas: farm supply stores, grocery stores, veterinary clinics, doctors’ offices, libraries, schools, or Extension offices.

You can also use your poster in presentations about the dairy industry or milk products at 4-H meetings and other meetings in your community. Your Extension agent can help you think of presentation opportunities. Take pictures of your poster on display and of any presentations you deliver with the poster. Share these pictures with your Extension agent. The Mississippi State University Department of Animal and Dairy Sciences may also share some of your pictures with sponsors of the 4-H Dairy Poster Contest.

Write your name, address, 4-H age, and county in theupper right-hand corner on the back of your poster.

 

Awards

Courtesy of the American Dairy Association of Mississippi

LEVEL AWARD
County 1st place in each age division (8–10,
11–13, and 14–18) advances to state contest

State*

 
 

1st place in each division: $100 and ribbon

2nd place in each division: $75 and ribbon

3rd place in each division: $50 and ribbon

example of the score card.

 


Publication 799 (rev03-18)

Recognition is given to Southeast United Dairy Industry Association (SUDIA) and American Dairy Association of Mississippi for sponsoring this contest.

Revised by Dean Jousan, PhD, Associate Extension Professor, Animal & Dairy Sciences.

Contact Your County Office

Authors

Associate Extension Professor
Extension 4-H Livestock Specialist

Your Extension Experts

Extension Agent IV*
Pike County Extension Agent; Agriculture and Natural Resources; 4-H Youth Development; County Extens
Extension Associate III
Small Ruminants/4-H Livestock/Judging Team Coordinator/SARE Associate
Associate Extension Professor
Extension 4-H Livestock Specialist
Assoc Extension/Research Prof
Beef Cattle, Nutrition, Management
Extension Agent IV*
Area Agent Animal Science/ Forages

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