Livestock Council

2022-2023 Meeting Calendar:

  • Tuesday, January 17, 2023 – 6:30 p.m.- Town of Brooklyn Hall, Green Lake – AGENDA; MINUTES
  • Tuesday, April 18, 2023 – 6:30 p.m.- GLC Gov. Center Training Room
  • Tuesday, June 20, 2023 – 6:30 p.m.- Manchester Activity Center – AGENDA, MINUTES

Resources & Important Information

Questions? Contact a Livestock Council Board of Directors. 

Exhibiting & Selling Meat and Dairy Goats at the Green Lake County Fair & Auction 

  • 2022-23 Important Dates to Remember
  • 2023 GLC Fair Livestock Auction Participation Requirements
  • 2022-23 Livestock Handbook- Read CAREFULLY and make note of all deadlines for auction participation requirements. 
  • Livestock Council Reimbursement Form– Return completed form WITH ORIGINAL RECEIPTS to Livestock Council Treasurer or Extension Office
  • Green Lake Co. Livestock Scholarshipdue July 1st
  • 2023 Livestock Auction Intent to Participate
    • To help with planning of the livestock auction, please complete this form if you who are planning on participating in the 2023 Green Lake County Fair Livestock Auction with: Beef, Dairy, Meat Goat, Poultry, Rabbit, Sheep, Swine. This is just an intent to participate for planning purposes.
  • 2023 Livestock Council Responsibility Sheet– Due June 1
    • Click here to view 2023 GLC Livestock Council Responsibility Sheet
    • Signing up for a responsibility at this Google Form
      • NEW this year-
        • Families will be automatically assigned the task they completed in 2022. Families will have to acknowledge that they would like to commit to completing this task for 2023. You will indicate that on this form.
        • Some tasks have been removed or changed. If a task you completed in 2022 has been removed/changed, you will need to sign up for a new task. You will indicate on this form which task you would like to complete.
        • If you are a first-time family participating in the auction or would like a different task than from 2022, you will indicate on this form which new task you would like to complete.
    • Youth wishing to participate in the 2023 GLC Fair Livestock Auction must sign up for a responsibility for the GLC Livestock Council by June 1st and follow through with completing that responsibility. Families that fail to complete their responsibility may forfeit their participation in the Livestock Auction.
  • Animal Identification & Tag Pick Up due April 30th at 11:59 p.m.
  • 2023 Green Lake County Fair Livestock Auction Tags – Due March 1 
    • March 1 Deadline!
    • If you are planning to enter a market animal in the Green Lake County Fair Livestock Auction, then you must complete the tagging form located online at
    • Even if you are only thinking about entering a market animal, you should complete the form as it is better to be safe and timely!
    • There will be a $10 LATE FEE, per species, per exhibitor, per month charged on all late entries (late entries accepted until tagging is completed in April). These fees must be paid prior to your animals being tagged. Make checks for late entries payable to: Green Lake County Livestock Council and mailed to 571 County Road A Green Lake, WI 54941.
    • Wisconsin State Fair tags- We know that some of you tag your animals with State Fair tags and that is acceptable at the Green Lake County Fair Auction. We would still like to know that you are interested in participating in the Green Lake County Fair Livestock Auction so we still ask you to complete this form and indicate that no Green Lake County tags are needed.
    • The maximum number of tagged animals per exhibitor/per species is eight, which includes State Fair tags.
  • Livestock Virtual Educational Experiences
    • Click HERE to view a list of virtual educational experiences that meet the Livestock Council participation requirement of attending an educational experience. Remember to complete and submit an Educational Program Evaluation form.
    • Educational Program Evaluation form
  • Livestock Council Constitution
  • Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) Certification- Fair requirement to show
    • Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) is a national multi-species quality assurance program for youth ages 8 to 21 with a focus on three core pillars: food safety, animal well-being, and character development.
    • Per Green Lake County Fair Premium Book, “All Dairy, Beef, Sheep, Swine, Goat, Poultry & Rabbit exhibitors must complete the Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) training each year to be eligible to exhibit their animal(s) at the Green Lake County Fair. Exhibitors must attend one scheduled YQCA training announced by 4-H or FFA in early spring or complete the training online. The YQCA certification must be completed by July 1”.
    • This certification can be completed online with more information located at

Auction Invitation 2023
Buyer Card Thank You
Tips for Contacting Auction Buyers