Great resources compiled by the National 4-H Council for members and families interested in animal science:
4‑H Livestock Camp
Recommended age: Grades 3-5
Courtesy of Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma 4‑H
Become a livestock scientist with the activities in this virtual camp! Learn about livestock nutrition, water quality, dairy science, and more with fun, hands-on activities!
Recommended age: Grades Pre-K-5
Courtesy of University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska 4‑H
Explore the life cycle of an embryo and how life develops! Observe the process of incubating and hatching chicks, identify parental traits that influence the appearance of the chicks, and recognize where eggs and chicken meat come from.
Recommended age: Grades 3-12
Courtesy of Iowa State University, Iowa 4‑H
This innovative online learning tool to engage kids in learning about the science behind livestock production. Explore 85+ lessons in beef, swine, and careers that youth may access at any time!
Virtual Showmanship Clinics
Recommended age: Grades 6-12
Courtesy of North Dakota State University, North Dakota 4‑H
Watch these virtual showmanship clinics with videos to learn about topics covering sheep, meat goats, swine, poultry, cattle, and rabbits!