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Clay County 4-H

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January 2020

March 2020

April 2020

All livestock ID forms can be found on the state 4-H website.  All ID forms are due by June 15, 2020 to the Clay County Extension Office.

Livestock ID Requirements

Bucket Calf Record Book

Sheep Breeders Flock

Jr. Beef Herd

Updated 2020 Livestock ID Sheets

2020 Changes to the State Horse Program

District Horse Show:

All 2020 District Horse Shows have been cancelled. 

All youth will be allowed to enter the fonner Park State 4-H Expo without qulifying.  Entries to the State Expo are due June 12 adn the deadline for passing the advancement levels will be extended to June 12 also.  The Fonner Park State 4-H Horse Show will take place on July 15-19, 2020. 

Fonner Park State 4-H Expo:

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