Pike County 4-H Grows Here!
"4-H and FFA livestock projects provide an excellent opportunity for youth to develop valuable positive life skills that will benefit them as they become adults. Accepting responsibility for doing a job is paramount for these youth and is well documented in similar research. Caring for an animal project requires responsibility and fortitude."
Holmgren, L. N., & Reid, C. R. (2007). 4-H & FFA Livestock Projects: Life Skills gained and knowledge learned. Journal of Youth Development, 2(1), 124–132.
Welcome to Pike County 4-H Livestock!
Pike County 4-H Livestock Info
Pike County 4-H Youth Development
|Club Name||Special Interest||Club Leaders|
|Feathers & Fur 4-H Club||Poultry & Rabbits||
Phyllis Hyneman: (812) 664-2273
Chris Hyneman: (812) 664-5994
|Just Kidding 4-H Club||Goats & Sheep||Larry Haycraft: (812) 380-1833|
|Pike's Flying Manes||Horses & Ponies||
Jason & Mindy Keeker: (812) 582-2635
|Horse & Pony||Jason & Mindy Keeker|
|Llamas & Alpacas||Vacant|