The Rabbit Poster project is open to any member and is not limited to exhibitors of 4-H poultry. You do not have to own an animal to be in the Rabbit Poster project.
Although much attention is given to showing a steer or heifer at the fair, the beef project emphasizes much more. 4-H'ers learn to care for their animal. They learn how to select a calf based on its characteristics. They also learn about feed rations, training, grooming the calf properly, and evaluating the efficiency of the animal.
The 4-H bicycle program provides youth with educational information about bicycles and biking that develops project skills (i.e., bicycle maintenance, operation, safety and bicycle touring) and life skills (i.e., decision-making, using science and technology, developing communication skills). These fun-filled, hands-on learning experiences are provided under the direction of adults.
Enrollment deadline January 15, 2016
The clogging project/activity is open to any Mini 4-H'er, 4-H'er and parent interested in learning about clogging. The group starts the year the third Tuesday of October and meet through March.
Learn about your family history. Complete a "Family Tree" chart or make a poster of your family tree using pictures.
The clogging project/activity is open to any 4-H'er, interested in learning about clogging.