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College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences


Wayne County Quality Assurance

If you are planning on exhibiting animals at the 2023 Wayne County Fair it is required that you complete one QA session.

  • New for this year QA will be offered at all clinics except if a species has multiple clinics it will only be offered at the first one. If you exhibit multiple species at the fair you only need to attend one QA session. 
  • 2023 Quality Assurance Dates
    • Beef Clinic (date to be announced soon)
    • Dairy Clinic (date to be announced soon)
    • Horse Clinic (May 8) 
      • Horse exhibitors are required to attend this training
    • General Session (May 9) Excludes: Dog and Horse
    • Dog Clinic (May 17)
    • FFA Super Clinic (May 20) Click here for more information and registration
    • Sheep Clinic (June 3)
    • Goat Clinic (June 6)
    • Rabbit Clinic (June 6)
    • Poultry Clinic (June 20, * NEW DATE: June 13)
    • Last Chance QA (July 19)
  • Click here for more information about QA dates for 2023

National YQCA Online Quality Assurance Option

Another option to complete Quality Assurace Training is available anytime at your convenience as long as you complete it on or before July 26th by going to the National YQCA website and completing their online modules - which costs around $15.

National YQCA Program website

1. Once on the National YQCA website (click button above) - then click on login/register.

2. Login or register a new profile.

3. Complete the online modules.

4. Bring, mail, or email a copy of your Certificate of Completion to the OSU Extension Wayne County Office by August 1st.  Note: training must be completed by July 26th to be eligible for the Wayne County Fair.

Wayne County Extension Last Chance QA Session

A last chance QA session will be held on July 19th at 6:00 PM at Fisher Auditorium (fee will be charged).  Quality Assurance must be completed by July 26 in order to participate in the Wayne County Fair.