1. Office Status Update

    Dec. 31, 2020

    All Morgan County OSU Extension staff are back in the office full time.  Office hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:30 pm. 

    Staff can be reached via phone 740-962-4854 or email.



    Chris or 740-557-3151



  2. Recent Programming Update

    Dec. 04, 2020

    As you know, COVID-19 is on the rise in Ohio, we must do our part to not contribute to its spread.

  3. Older Youth Opportunities

    Nov. 20, 2020

    Older Youth Applications are now live!
  4. The Power Hour

    Aug. 04, 2020

  5. Jr. Fair Livestock Quality Assurance

    Jul. 23, 2020

     Quality Assurance (QA) is required by the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) for all youth exhibition participants to complete each year. This training teaches youth the ten Good Production Practices for raising and selling a market animal at the county fair. This year the ODA has waived the 45-day prior to exhibition rule, but still requires youth to participate in a training prior to the start of the county fair. QA is required by each market livestock exhibitor in order to show and sell at the Morgan County Junior Fair.

  6. Office Re-opening Hours

    Jul. 15, 2020

    While many of our staff are still teleworking, per direction of Ohio State, some employees will start to work from this location beginning September 28, 2020:

    Mondays 1:00 – 4:00 pm (by appointment) for General Questions


    Tuesdays 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm for 4-H Related Questions



    7:30 am - 10:30 am for General Ag Questions

    8:00 am - 12:00 noon for 4-H Related Questions

  7. Ohio 4-H Guidelines for In-person Activities

    Jun. 29, 2020

    We’re happy to share we’ve received approval from Ohio State University leadership to resume in-person 4-H club meetings and activities starting immediately. This is welcome news for our 3,039 Ohio 4-H clubs across the state. Ohio 4-H clubs that choose to begin meeting in-person must follow the guidelines listed below to promote the health and safety of our 4-H community, as we face the challenge of COVID-19.

  8. 2020 Livestock Skillathons

    Jun. 25, 2020

    The Morgan County Junior Fair Skillathons will take place on Saturday, August 22nd at the Morgan County Fairgrounds. All market livestock exhibitors will need to bring their completed project books and knowledge of their livestock project. Age divisions for skillathon are as follows (your age as of January 1): Junior 8-11, Intermediate 12-14, and Senior 15+

  9. 2020 4-H Project Judging

    Jun. 25, 2020

    Project judging is coming up quickly! In order to receive credit for a 4-H project, exhibit at the county fair, receive a fair pass and premium (this year sponsored by the 4-H Committee); you must have non-livestock projects (including small animals & dogs) judged prior to the fair. This year, we have two options available for project completion.

  10. Junior Fair Royalty Applications

    Jun. 23, 2020

    It is time again for youth to be thinking about the Junior Fair Royalty Contest. Youth 15 to 18 are eligible to compete for King or Queen; youth 12 to 14 are eligible to compete for Prince or Princess; and youth 9 to 11 are eligible to compete for Junior Prince or Junior Princess. (Ages are as of January 1, 2020). Youth enrolled in the following organizations are eligible to participate in the Junior Fair Royalty contest: 4-H, FFA, Skills USA, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts or Farm Bureau Youth.