All of the final results for the 2020 Virtual Exhibition
A common misconception among many 4-H families is they are not livestock producers; they are livestock showers in the sport of livestock exhibition. Animal ID requirements teach youth that they are a part of a larger livestock industry in which individual animal ID and traceability are important. As Indiana 4-H counties begin their animal ID processes, it's important to understand why animal ID is required to participate in county fairs and the Indiana State Fair.
The La Porte County Fair is July 10-17. As the Fair is quickly approaching, make sure you have all your important information. Do you know when your 4-H Project judging time is? When is your club doing Building Watch? Look here to find the answers to these questions and more!!
Leadership is the ability to motivate, inspire, and create an environment for each individual to pro-actively participate in family, community and citizenship affairs for the betterment of the family, community and world. Junior Leaders helps 4-H members develop their leadership skills, increase involved in the community, and discover a voice to make change happen.
The 4-H Project Handbook is your source for information on 4-H projects offered in La Porte County. The handbook includes project descriptions and exhibit requirements.
** NEW DEADLINES** See the April "Note"able for new announcement!!! Any 4-H member wising to exhibit beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, sheep, meat goats (includes pygmy), dairy goats, poultry/waterfowl/pigeon, and rabbits, must be certified through the Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) program. Training must be completed by May 15. This is a hard deadline.
See documents that were shared at the Club Leaders and Superintendents Update meeting that was held on October 23, 2019.
Welcome to Mini 4-H! This is a program for Kindergarten, first and second graders to learn and grow.