Heritage Show Ring Success Seminar on 4/23/2016 in Madison County

Join us for a FREE educational event! Event focus will be on show lambs, pigs, feeder calves, goats and poultry. Topics will be nutrition/selection, daily care, showmanship and show day prep/fitting. 

AWESOME PRIZES (Prizes will be rewarded at the end of the event)

  • GRAND PRIZE: Brechbuhler Digital Scales
  • 2nd PRIZE: Weaver Hanging Showbox
  • 3rd PRIZE: Honor® Show Chow® feed for the show season
  • 4th PRIZE: Callaway Shavings for the show season

Quality Assurance will be offered.

The Heritage Show Trailer will be on site with Weaver Show Supplies specials! Lunch will be served at the event.

Join us to learn about the new products from Weaver and Honor® Show Chow® for this year’s show season!


  • Mike Harbour – Sheep
  • Kent Bennington – Swine
  • Opie Campbell – Feeder Calves
  • Austin Chandler – Goat
  • John Reed – Poultry


8 a.m. – Registration

9 a.m. to 1 p.m. – Seminars

Quality Assurance to follow program

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Heritage Cooperative Show Supply

Fairfield County Teens Attending the National Youth Summit on Healthy Living

Fairfield County teens, Morgan Kaper and Jacob Hyme, are currently serving as Ohio 4-H Health Heroes (Healthy Living Advocates) and have been selected to participate in the 2016 National Youth Summit on Healthy Living at the National 4-H Conference Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland this month.

The objectives of the Summit are for participants to:

  1. Increase their knowledge of ways to improve health through topical workshops focused on a variety of dimensions of health.
    *Nutrition and healthy eating
    *Personal activity and fitness
    *Social and emotional well-being
    *Identification of community issues and needs
  2. Gain access to current research, receive training in new and existing programs, and receive quality resources and learning materials to take home with them.
  3. Develop a state plan of action that can be replicated when they return home.

Teams of youth and adults from states across the country will be attending the Summit. This opportunity was made possible through support from several sources, including the Ohio 4-H Foundation, the National 4-H Council’s Youth Voice: Youth Choice grant, and Healthy Medina.

Have fun Morgan and Jacob! We can’t wait to hear about your experience!