Animal Identification & Quality Assurance
Veterinary Feed Directives
Premises ID & My Youth Livestock Project
Animal Identification Guidelines - 2019
Animal Identification Step-by-Step Instructions (Stock Show Online Process)
Nebraska Live Animal Exhibitor Resources
- We are excited to announce that the new QA Curriculum called Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) is now active. Anyone who has not registered for the LQA online course for 2017 should now navigate to the NEW online YQCA course at yqca.learngrow.io. You will use your FAMILY 4HOnline login and password information to access the courses for the ACTIVE youth in your family. Only ACTIVE members will show in the drop down menu for access to the course. All registration questions with YQCA should be directed to email@example.com. There will not be local support for the YQCA program. All 4-Hers need to use the 4-H tab and not the FFA tab even if they are members of both organizations. There is a button for families that have forgotten their password. 4-Hers that have started their QA training in the LQA site will be able to complete their modules and print off their certificate of completion and take it to their Extension Office. The YQCA site is user friendly and should make it easy for 4-H families to complete their QA training for this year.
- Test-Out Option ... Test out options are available to youth in the first year of Intermediate (age 12) and Senior (age 15) levels. There is no test-out option for Juniors. Participants will have only one chance to take the test-out option. Complete details can be found at 4h.unl.edu/yqca.
- Intermediate: $36 ($12 x 3 years of certification)
- Senior: $48 ($12 x 4 years of certification)
- Face-to-Face Training Option ... Cuming County Fairgrounds (See 4-H Calendar of Events for Date & Time)