University of Maryland Extension

Animal Registration Forms

 2020 Commercial Sheep and Goat  Registrations

  • Registrations for commercial sheep and goats are due no later than Wednesday, June 17th.
  • All commercial sheep and goats for 2020 will not be tagged.  

2020-Pygmy Goat Registrations

  • If you have pygmy goats, then you need to complete a registration form for them and submit to the county extension office by June 1st.  On the registration form, please check other in the top right box and then write in pygmy.
  • Pygmy goats will NOT be tagged in 2020
  • This form only serves as a way to identify that you own pygmy goats.  It does not replace the process for completing fair entries.  It will still be your responsibility to complete entries for fair for the July 1st deadline.

2020  Rabbit and Poultry Registrations

  • All 4-Hers with poultry and/or rabbits are required to complete a project registration form and submit the form to the Howard County Extension Office by June 1st.  If you are familiar with the Market Livestock Registration form, this form is very similar.  
  •  This form only serves as a way to identify that you own or plan to own poultry and/or rabbits.  It does not replace the process for completing fair entries.  It will still be your responsibility to complete entries for fair for the July 1st deadline.

 2020 Horse and Pony Cards

2020 Dog Registration Card

  • Dog Cards are due to the Extension Office by June 1st.
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