Ohio 4-H Poultry Clinic

OSU ATI will be holding a Youth Poultry Clinic on April 18th.  Topics covered will include avian anatomy, nutrition, exhibition poultry, and egg production.  Quality Assurance will also be offered. Registration information is available at https://ohio4h.org/sites/ohio4h/files/imce/animal_science/Poultry/Registration%20and%20Map_2.pdf

2020 DairyPalooza!

The 2020 DairyPalooza is celebrating 10 years as being the premier 4-H dairy event in the state of Ohio! This year’s event will be on Saturday, April 25 at the Canfield Fairgrounds in Canfield. In the morning a state-certified Quality Assurance program for 4-H-aged youth will be offered, while adults and Cloverbuds can attend tracks of sessions designed for them. In the afternoon, youth can go to breakout sessions of their choice covering a range of topics – nutrition, showmanship and fitting, reproduction, genomics and more. Registration starts at 8:00am, with the program beginning at 9:00am. The pre-registration deadline is April 4, at a cost of $6.00 per person. With this you will receive a t-shirt, pizza lunch, take-home materials, and more. Late or walk-in registrations will cost $10.00 per person, and will not include the t-shirt, but will include pizza and take-home materials while they last. People can register as an individual/family online. People may also register as a group, as well as using paper registration.

The DairyPalooza website is:  http://www.ohiodairypalooza.com/.  For more information please refer to the website and/or contact Lisa Gress at randroliver@gmail.com.

 

Show Pig Clinic

There will be a Show Pig Clinic held at the Holmes County Fairgrounds (Harvest Ridge) with Weaver Livestock ProStaffer Kent Bennington on April 4.  Doors will open at 8:30 AM, with the clinic beginning at 9:00.  This is a FREE educational event open to all 4-H and FFA members in Holmes and surrounding counties.  Kent will be covering daily care, showmanship, and nutrition.  In addition to begin a Weaver Livestock ProStaffer, Kent is a show feed specialist for Umbarger Show Feeds.  Along with his family, Kent has raised several show champions at the national level.  Don’t miss this great opportunity to improve your Show Pig skills!!

Join the Wayne County 4-H Equine Education Team

The Equine Education Teams are getting organized and starting practice.  The first meeting will be Tuesday, February 17, 2014, at 630pm at Horizon Equine Veterinary Services, 11001 Ashland Road, Wooster 44691.  Subsequent meetings will be held at the Fairgrounds, but the building was not available on this date.

This is a great way for any 4H member to meet new friends and learn more about horses.   Anyone considering a career in an equine related field should consider this a good addition to your resume’.   The teams are open to any 4H member and they do not have to have an equine 4H project, but some knowledge of horses would be helpful.  There is a Jr. and Sr. Team.  Junior members are strongly encouraged to get started!   Our first competition is Horse Bowl on April 11.  This is a statewide competition held in Columbus. 

Anyone needing more information please contact Janelle Geiger at 330.234.3386 or horizonequine@embarqmail.com.