Any youth wishing to exhibit an animal at the fair in 2022 is required to complete Quality Assurance. Quality Assurance for exhibition at the Greene County Fair must be completed by June 1st. Any youth wishing to exhibit at the Ohio State Fair MUST complete Quality Assurance prior to the start of the OSF. All youth wishing to exhibit SWINE at the OSF must have a parent/guardian complete PQA. Contact Trevor Corboy by emailing at for how to complete PQA. Youth showing any other animal can participate in any of the offered QA sessions.

To be eligible for participation in the Greene County Fair, potential youth exhibitors must participate in one of the following Livestock Quality Assurance Programs.  If youth are taking the following projects, this is required: Beef (market steers, breeding, feeder calf), Dairy (heifers, feeders and cows if lactating or have lactated and feeders if selling- heifers before lactation do not need it), goats (all), poultry (all), rabbit (all), sheep (all), llamas & alpacas, and swine. 

Parents are encouraged to attend but not required except for PQA for youth participating at the Ohio State Fair.

Youth need to attend a QA training conducted by OSU Extension or FFA Advisor. 

Not sure if you completed QA for 2022? Wanting to check your status? We try to enter QA completion within one business day of completion or receiving the information from another source. You can log into your 4HOnline profile at and check. Your QA must expire AFTER Oct. 1, 2021 to qualify for the 2022 Greene County 4-H year.