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4-H Pet Rabbit Project

This project and related activities provide youth with fun and hands-on learning experiences directly related to animal care, feeding, housing, and management. Youth develop important life skills such as decision making, goal setting, record keeping, time management, and communication.

Exhibits will be judged according to grade level
Level 1 for Grades 3-5
Level 2 for Grades 6-8
Level 3 for Grades 9-12

Allen County Pet Rabbit Live Show - Saturday, July 21, 2018 at 6 pm

For project requirements and record sheets, see Related Files below or contact the Extension Office.

Pet Rabbit Resource Manual

Allen County 4-H General Record Sheet

Pet Rabbit Educational Poster Rules

Pet Rabbit Live Rules

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