Virtual Show Results: Please check back for updates as results continue to be finalized
Virtual Show Entry Dates
General Project Fair Entry Dates: June 15 - July 17
Dog Show Fair Entry Dates: July 10 - July 20
Livestock Fair Entry Dates: July 17 - July 27
Horse Entry Dates: July 17 - August 3
McHenry County 4-H Fair Entry Link: Direct link to Fair Entry
BOX Instructions: Instructions for video upload to BOX. Required for robotics, computer science, video, and maker projects and ALL livestock projects, dogs, horses, cats & small pets. No other projects require a video upload.
BOX Link: Link to BOX for Video upload. The file description should include the 4-H member’s name, project name, and show class (example: Jane Doe, Rabbit, Flemish Giant Sr. Doe)
How to make a pdf on your phone from a photo:
2020 McHenry County 4-H Virtual Showbook: Please continue to use the original show book as a starting place for your 4-H project exhibit but refer to the Virtual Exhibit Requirements in RED for guidance on the new virtual exhibit upload requirements.
McHenry County 4-H Project Report: Required for projects.
Photography Tip Sheet: Finding your photo's metadata.
Cooking 101, 201, 301, 401 Curriculum: Foods exhibits in Cooking 101,201,301, & 401 do NOT need the activity mentioned in the original exhibit guidelines.
Best practice: save all Project Reports and Power Points as adobe files (pdfs) before uploading to FairEntry.com. This assures that the judge will see it as you designed it in case they are using a different version application.
Cloverbud BOX: Group projects can be uploaded here.
Cloverbud Project Report: Required for all Cloverbud projects
2020 Virtual Livestock Showbook : Virtual Livestock Show guidelines can be found on pages 1 & 2. Please note health papers will not be required for virtual shows
Livestock Breeding Exhibit Card: Sample may be used or create your own
Livestock Market Exhibit Card: Sample may be used or create your own
Example Livestock videos *Note the videos are about 15 seconds longer than our Illinois 4-H requirements of 1-minute maximum