Thursday, December 8th: Beef Cattle Nutrition https://osu.zoom.us/j/93877489686?pwd=d05nUHlPVTVGUS92amxpUEl3SHFSUT09
Nutrition best practices, how nutrition impacts meat quality
Wednesday, December 14th: Beef Cattle Health https://osu.zoom.us/j/95523380238?pwd=UnhZNHZLcUdkQnNRejlQWVB4N2NSUT09
Protecting animal health at home and at the fair, common disease ID, and more!
Monday, December 19th:Beef Cattle Handling and Welfare https://osu.zoom.us/j/92425818988?pwd=MU84WG55Y0FMd2d0YWgrR2ZYV3ByUT09
Animal handling and welfare at home and at the fair, impact of handling and stress of meat quality
Ohio 4-H is proud to partner with Believe in Ohio (https://believeinohio.org/) to kick off a new STEM- based 4-H SPIN club this fall and winter for high school youth.
This club will meet virtually on Thursday from 6:30 – 8:00 pm starting on 10/27 – 12/15 (skipping Thanksgiving). Youth will learn about the components of an entrepreneurial business plan and create a STEM-based project and pitch video as the final product. Projects will be eligible for local ($100-500), regional ($1,000) and state ($5,000) based scholarships. In Spring 2022 not all scholarships were given out.
Youth who participate will be 2023 4-H members in the county they live in.
To participate in the club, sign up using the link below.
Youth can only miss 2 meetings to be eligible for awards. Youth can also submit their project as a self-determined 4-H project in their own county for county based awards and recognition in summer 2023.
All meetings will be recorded. Youth will work on their STEM business plans with the help of a STEM advocate from Believe in Ohio from 12/15/22 – 1/31/2023.
More information about the scholarships and program can be found here: https://believeinohio.org/scholarships/
If you cannot make the Thursday night meetings, you could also participate on your own as an independent student, but would not receive the support of the STEM Advocates, and learning with other 4-H members.
PDF: Entrepreneur Spin Club
Strasserhuten farms in Rootstown is in need of assistance cleaning up. It is an inherited farm from a family member who recently passed away. A tough job for somone doing it all alone!
They are estimating about 80 hours of work needed if a group or club is interested (less for group work). Help is needed before and after normal working day hours.
If interested, please contact Marie Mizer at 330-968-7296 or email email@example.com
October 5th-16th visit your local Tractor Supply Company and support the county 4-H program by purchasing a paper clover!