Morgan County 4-H Livestock Project
About the Project
A Morgan County 4-H Livestock project is a great way to help educate youth on animal husbandry within an industry. They also help youth build confidence and character, learn discipline, and gain sportsmanship experience. These lessons provide life-long skills for youth no matter the career.
Morgan County 4-H livestock record books Each project has its own record book that members are required to complete each year. The links to the records in the specific project areas are below. Record books are turned in July 13, 2022 at the Extension Office before our County Fair. Catch It animal participants will participate in Interview Judging on Wednesday, July 27, 2022. Your interview will be scheduled for you.
Do I need a record book? Yes.
POLICIES/RULES ASSOCIATED WITH PROJECT
- Morgan County Primary Animal Care Form
- Activate 4-H Horse ID’s in 4-H Online Instructions
- Breeding Beef ID Form
- Dairy Cattle ID Form
- Breeding Goat ID Form
- Breeding Sheep ID Form
- Breeding and Market Swine ID Form
- Breeding and Market Swine Ear Notch Diagram
- Meat Pen of Rabbits Form
- Meat Pen of Poultry Form
EVENTS & Helpful Information
- 2022 Massey Lamb and Goat Camps