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4-H Till the Cows Come Home Volunteer & Parents Resource Fair Tuesday, April 17 | 6:00 PM | Gage County Extension Office

Meal provided by Farm Credit Services of America.

2018 4-H News and Updates

YQCA Website Launch - Cara White

Real Colors Communication Workshop - Kim Witulski & Christina Lyons

DOOR PRIZES and MORE!

Volunteers and parents, please join us; fees paid by the Gage County 4-H Council. Non-4-H volunteers are invited: fee is $10.00 payable at meeting.

Tractor Safety Training Required by Law for Teen Farm/Ranch Workers

Federal law prohibits youth under 16 years of age from using specific equipment on a farm unless parents or legal guardians own the farm.  Certification received through a course provided by Nebraska Extension grants an exemption to the law, allowing 14- and 15-year-olds to drive a tractor and work with certain mechanized equipment. 

 The most common cause of agricultural-related death in Nebraska is overturned tractors and all-terrain vehicles (ATVs).  Employing anyone uncertified under age 16 is a liability risk for farmers if those children operate such equipment.

Home is the place you grow up wanting to leave - and grow old wanting to come back to.

Refer to this list when making your project selection on 4-H Online enrollment: https//ne4honline.com

Enrollment deadline is May 1, 2018

Membership Fee $10, payable at the Extension Office (cash or check)

YOUR PRIVATE PESTICIDE APPLICATORS PERMIT IS EXPIRING

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