We will continue to use an Online Drug Use Notification Form (DUNF). This form will need to be completed by Friday, July 29, 2022 at noon if you already have your animals tagged. As a reminder, this form is REQUIRED for each MARKET/LACTATING animal. In addition, a few other species require it. If your animal will be tagged at weigh-in (poultry), please complete this after you receive your tag numbers on July 30.
Please review this document to help you complete this. https://greene.osu.edu/sites/greene/files/imce/Program_Pages/4H/Livestock/Online%20DUNF.pdf
VISIT WWW.GO.OSU.EDU/GREENECODUNF TO COMPLETE
•Large Market Beef (steer/heifer)
•Veal Calf (not a feeder)
•Lactating Dairy Cattle (cow not a heifer)
•Market Hog (barrow/gilt)- put ear notch numbers
•Dairy Market (wether/doe) Must use scrapie ID#
•Meat Market (wether/doe) Must use scrapie ID#
•Lactating Dairy Goats (even if currently dry)
•Market Chicken pen
•Each Market Turkey
•Each Market Duck
•Market Lamb Must use scrapie ID#
The Urban Immersion Project is a 4-H initiative that combines cross-cultural learning, teamwork, and service-learning in the urban environment of Washington, DC.
Teens ages 15-18 are eligible for this 4-day service-learning experience that will build skills and abilities to prepare youth for success in a diverse workplace as well as build a cultural understanding of those who are different. This experience will not be about shopping or sightseeing, although we will visit some monuments and historic sites. The cost of the experience is $170. Limited scholarship funds are also available. The 4-H Educator will contact all teen applicants to complete an additional phone interview before selection.
The application is here.
Application is due July 15.
Calling all youth ages 7-12! Are you interested in learning how to cook? Join the OSU Extension office this June for a three day cooking program! Lettuce Cook is designed for youth ages 7-12, who are interested in learning to cook Youth will learn cooking skills, the basics of kitchen safety along with discovering more about the process of food from garden to fork.
Dates: June 7, 8, 9
Time: 9 AM – 12 PM
What is Ohio 4-H Capital Day?
This one-day event will give current high school students an opportunity to will join discussions covering current issues youth face, learn about advocacy, gain an understanding of the legislative process, and have the opportunity to meet with individuals involved with State Government.
When is Ohio 4-H Capital Day?
Join us in Columbus, our state capital, on Wednesday, June 15! Programming will begin at 9:00 AM and the day will conclude by 5:00 PM.
What is included in registration?
The day will include programming hosted at the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center, followed by a visit to the Ohio Statehouse, including a tour! Transportation for students will be provided from the 4-H Center to the Statehouse and back. Lunch will be provided to all attendees.
How can I register?
Registration is open through June 6! The cost is $10.00 to attend, which can be paid via credit card or by check – see these details in the online registration. Visit go.osu.edu/4Hcapital to get signed up!
Who can I reach for questions?
Contact Kayla Oberstadt, 4-H Older Youth Leadership Specialist at 614-292-3758 or Oberstadt.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ohio Farm Bureau is offering several camps this summer, including a weekend camp near us at Central State University. Check it out. Here are the details and how to register. https://ofbf.org/community/youth-in-agriculture/exploreag/
Please come out and support our Camp Counselors at the May Fund Raiser.
It is being held at Chipotle in Xenia on Monday, May 2 from 4:00- 8:00 PM.
Flyer needs to be shown when purchasing food or you can order online using code YHEG4VY.
Since 2010, Tractor Supply Company has partnered with 4-H to raise more than $17 million dollars through the Paper Clover campaign. Thank you for your contribution and for helping to bring in additional funds to Greene County 4-H.
This campaign for spring starts next week! When you visit TSC from April 27-May 8, please consider supporting 4-H.
Lettuce Cook is a program for 4-H youth between the ages of 9-12. We will be using Let’s Start Cooking 4-H project book for 2022. We will go over basic cooking and kitchen safety skills. We will also talk about where food comes from. Youth will work through and complete the Let’s Start Cooking 4-H project in this program.
Registration cost is $15 for 3 days.
To register, visit www.go.osu.edu/lettucecook22
For more information, visit www.greene.osu.edu
Dates are June 7, June 8, and June 9 at the OSU Extension Office. This program will run from 9-12 daily.