We offer an expansive and diverse range of projects to complete for 4-H! We offer select workshops for certain projects to better educate and round out youths' 4-H experience.
Browse below to download project-specific requirements.
If you have a question about a project, please call 812-829-5020
Indiana corn and soybean farmers have seen a sharp decline in gross revenue in 2014 and 2015. This revenue decline is putting pressure on operating margins. Unfortunately, the decline in revenues is not being matched by a decline in costs. This is causing farmers to ask "Should we continue to rent land if I fully expect to lose money?" and "How much of a premium can I pay to hold on to a property hoping for a change in profits?"
Michael Langemeier and Jim Mintert with the Purdue Center
Purdue Extension Newsletters
4-H Mission, Vision and Strategic Initiatives for 2013-18 in Owen County 4-H
Below are resources for 4-H leaders. Instructions for signing up as a 4-H Leader with the minors training is also below as an attachment.
Forest Management Twilight Tour Thursday October 22
Harvest is in full swing and the autumn leaves are falling. While we are moving down the roadways taking in the beautiful autumn scenery and fresh air it is important for us to watch for farmers and farm equipment on our roadways. In Indiana we can expect to see slow-moving farm equipment from our 58,000+ farms on Hoosier roadways.
The following tips will help ensure the safety of motorists, passengers, and operators of slow-moving equipment: