4-H Livestock It's Time to Sign up for 2018

 

To participate Elliott County 4-H Livestock as a 4-Her they must be 9-18 years old as of January 1, 2018.  To participate as a Clover bud, they must be 5-8 years old as of January 1, 2018.  Club members do not have to show an animal and are welcome to participate in educational activities to learn about animals.

Clover buds are only allowed to show a goat or a lamb, rabbits and chickens. Youth and parents must take care of the animal and have adequate shelter available for the animal.

Future meeting dates are at the Soil Conservation Building,  Each participant must get 6 hours of education prior to species tag in to participate in a show.  Meetings are very active and involve games and other activities to teach about sheep, goat, swine,rabbits, chickens and beef animals.  Elliott County Certified 4-H Livestock Volunteer Leaders are Donnie Rose, Lorianne Rose and MaKayla Rose.  If you have any questions, please give the Extension Office a call at 606-738-6440.