Kleberg Kenedy County Junior Livestock Show

KKJLS  Auction Information for Thank You notes and Project Record Forms

2019 KKJLS Sale Buyer List 4-H

2019 KKJLS Sale Buyer List 4-H and FFA

Checks are available for pick up once the check requirements have been completed.

Project Record Forms

Quality Counts 

New rule for 2020 KKJLS Exhibitors


All exhibitors must be Quality Counts certified through their respective Texas 4-H or FFA program by the entry deadline. Exhibitor’s Quality Counts certification number is required at the time of online entry. Failure to comply with this rule will result in disqualification. Quality Counts certification numbers will be verified through the Extension Office and/or FFA advisors.

For details and course access click here: https://agrilife.org/qualitycounts/

Frequently asked questions:

  • Who has to become verified?

All KKJLS exhibitors both homemaking and livestock must complete the Quality Counts training. Peewee exhibitors do not complete the training.

  • How often must I be “verified”?

Exhibitors need to be verified once as a junior (grade 3-5), once as an intermediate (grade 6-8), and once again as a senior (grade 9-12).

  • How do I become verified?

Pass the online test with 80% correct answers.

  • How many times can I take the test?

As many times as necessary to achieve an 80% score.

  • Can someone else use my number?

No.  The number is tied back to your name. When the number is entered into the system, only your name appears.

  • How do I learn the material needed to pass the test?

All of the material is available online at Qualitycounts.tamu.edu.

  • How long does the Quality Counts verification take to complete?

The training will take approximately 2 hours to complete and can be done at more than one sitting, but you must use the same device.

  • Do I need a separate verification number for 4-H and FFA?

When you take the test, you must selected both FFA and 4-H as your affiliated organizations, one number is all that is needed. This will ensure that both the Extension Office and FFA have access to your record.





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