4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
4-H is education for life that uses a learn-by-doing approach.

Active in all 93 counties and at 4h.unl.edu

Dakota County 4-H

June 2020 4-H Newsletter (10 Pgs 1.5 MB)

What about Fair? ID Deadlines Clubs allowed to meet after June 15th. Notes from the Fairboard Photography data tags Virtual & At Home Learning 2020 Census All this and more in the June Edition of 4-H in Focus.......

Livestock Affidavits or ID Sheets are due to the extension office by JULY 1ST. for all beef, sheep, goat, swine, horse and rabbit projects.  In addition to ID sheets your animals may need ear tags, or tattoo's.  Please refer to Fairbook for further information or contact the Extension Office.

Do you show Poultry? Cats? Rabbits? Have you ever wondered how judges choose the ribbons placings in the classes you show in? Join  the Companion Animal Judges Workshop! The Nebraska 4-H Companion Animal Judges Workshop is an online workshop opportunity for adults interested in judging 4-H companion animals. The course is designed to help new judges learn more about the project areas they might judge and prepare for the 4-H judging experience.

Companion Rabbit Science is a self-paced learning opportunity offering information about caring for rabbits. The online course is great for middle-school-aged youth but is open to all youth regardless of age who are looking to learn more about rabbits and the 4-H rabbit project. Companion Rabbit Science is a great resource for anyone interested in caring for or learning about rabbits in 4-H whether they own one now or not!   

UNMC, Nebraska Extension offer tractor safety course to teens across Nebraska this summer

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