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The YAIP program was developed by Kentucky Agricultural Development to facilitate a growing need for a specialized program that would benefit youth actively engaged in agriculture.  The focus of the program is on youth developing agricultural projects, as well as strengthening partnerships with school ag programs, Cooperative Extension, and 4-H/FFA organizations.

2023 YAIP Guidelines

Student Application Form

Student Report Form (Due No Later than August 15, 2024)

YAIP Check List- Complete before turning in Final Report!!

Record Keeping Form (Due No Later than August 15, 2024)

Return All Reports to the Warren Co. Extension Office 

(5162 Russellville Rd, Bowling Green)

About the Program: See 2023 Application Guidelines for more detailed information.
The YAIP Program is a program supported by the Kentucky Agriculture Development Fund. The Warren County 4-H Council is the entity that administers the YAIP program in Warren County. Any youth in Warren County who is 9 years old as of January 1, up through high school, is allowed to apply for the program (Student Application Form).  Students must adhere to specific requirements (these can be found in the student report form and YAIP guidelines). Refer to the YAIP guidelines link for specific guidelines about the program. Applicants must also complete a short essay about their project, provide pictures, and turn in a record keeping form along with receipts by August 15.

Eligible Investment Areas:

  • Agricultural Diversification:

    • Greenhouse

    • Horticulture

    • Hydroponics & Aquaponics

    • Technology - Computer Software

    • Value-Added & Marketing

    • Wildlife Management

  • Animal Production:

    • Beef, Dairy  (no bull purchases)

    • Goat, Equine, Sheep, Rabbit, Swine, Poultry

    • Bees

    • Livestock Barns

  • Forage & Grain Improvement

  • Showmanship (Beef, Dairy, Equine, Goat, Sheep, Swine, Poultry, Rabbit)

  • Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE)

  • Country Ham Projects

YAIP is administered by the Warren County 4-H Council

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