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4-H is education for life that uses a learn-by-doing approach.

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Clay County 4-H

We will be starting Clover Kid workshops in February! see the flier below to get your kids registured, or call the Extension office! 

4-H Onine 2.0
** Registration is now open for 2024!!**
website:  v2.4honline.com

Important information to keep in mind when registering at 4-H online:

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February 2024

April 2024

As of January 1, 2017, the new FDA regulation for the Veterinary Feed Directive goes into effect.  This regulation will effect all food producing animals no matter how large or small the operation and that includes youth livestock participants.  There are a number of show feeds that contain feed grade antibiotics such as CTC or Tylosin.  These type of products will require youth to work with their Veterinarian to obtain a signed VFD order before purchasing and feeding these feeds.  So young producers should look at the feed labels of products they intend to feed prior to

All meat species animal exhibitors (beef, sheep, swine, dairy, goats, poultry, and rabbits) must comply with a Youth Quality assurance program and hold a certificate in order to participate at County Fair, State Fair, or Ak-Sar-Ben shows.  Ages are based on age at January 1 of current year.  QA certification needs to be completed by June 15th.  Quality Assurance Online Course can be found at 4h.unl.edu/qualityassurance.  The self-directed online course is divided into 3 levels.  Junior, intermediate, and senior.&nbsp

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