Livestock Quality Assurance Training Registration
Training will take place at the University of Minnesota Rosemount Beef Facility located at: 15635 Barbara Ave E., Rosemount, MN 55068. Registration will begin at 8:45am with training concluding at noon.

Questions should be directed Ann Church at churc109@umn.edu (Washington County).or Anja Johnson at: akoester@umn.edu (Dakota County)
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Minnesota 4-H Livestock Quality Assurance Policy
All youth participating as a State Fair 4-H livestock exhibitor in beef, dairy, sheep, swine, poultry, rabbits, meat goat, dairy goat, and lama must have completed a livestock quality assurance training in which there are two training options 1) a 3 hour in-person workshop (LQA&E), or 2) a 1 hour on-line training (YQCA). Youth completing either quality assurance training option will receive a certificate of completion.

Certification is required for state fair grade/age eligible youth prior to their home county fair qualifying show (deadline for certification set by county of enrollment).

The training accommodates multi-levels of learning for all ages. The level of training required is determined by the grade/age of the youth at the time the training takes place.

Minnesota 4-H youth are required to participate in one of two training options to be eligible for participation in the Minnesota 4-H State Fair shows. Participation in the training will promote responsible care of animals, help youth make informed decisions in animal care, and ensure that 4-H members understand the commitment to providing safe food products to consumers.

Participant's First Name *
Participant's Last Name *
Day of contact number (xxx-xxx-xxxx) *
Current Grade (Grade completing) *
4-H county you are enrolled in? *
Livestock Quality Assurance and Ethics Certification Levels
4-Hers completing grades 3-5 must be certified in Level I. 4-Hers completing grades 9-13 must be certified in Level II.
4-Hers completing grades 6-8 may be certified in either Level I or Level II. The determination of which Level to certify at for grades 6-8 should be based on the livestock project experience the 4-Her possesses. It is expected that 6-8 graders with very little exposure to livestock projects will certify in Level I. Others will prefer to certify in Level II.
This curriculum is designed to be sequential. Ideally, Level I will be taken before Level II. However, in situations where a 6-13 grade 4-Her is certifying for the first time, yet has an abundance of livestock experience, he/she may certify at Level II.
Level of Training Needed *
Species needing certification in *
Emergency contact day of event (name & number) *
Looking forward to seeing you on June 18 @ Rosemount Beef Facility, 16085 Alverno Ave., Rosemount, MN - Check in starts at 8:45am and wrap up at noon.
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