Nemaha County 4-H

 

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

Nemaha County 4-H

All static exhibits, except horticulture, will be brought to the 4-H Building by the exhibitor on Monday, July 9.  Each exhibit (including horticulture) will be interview judged with the exhibitor taking the item to the judge and discussing their exhibit. An adult may go with a 4-Her for support, but the 4-Her is expected to do the interview. It’s the perfect opportunity for the 4-Her to share their exhibit with the judge and exchange ideas.

The Nemaha County 4-H Council invites you to become a Friend of 4-H by contributing to the Friends of 4-H Fund.

4-H members who plan to enroll in any of the following projects – swine, beef, sheep, dairy, meat goat, dairy goat, rabbits and/or poultry will need to have completed Quality Assurance Certification on or before June 1, 2018.   For more information go to the Nemaha County Quality Assurance webpage.

4-H Livestock Information can be found on the Nemaha County 4-H Livestock Information page.  Tag ID information, Ownership Affidavits, Quality Assurance information, Premise ID information and Veterinary Feed Directive information can all be found on this page.

Sunday, July 8 6:00 p.m. Set up / cleanup at fairgrounds, EVERYONE 8:00 p.m. Fair Superintendents' Meeting, 4-H Building, static (home ec, gen. areas) and livestock attend

The new 2018-19 Nemaha County 4-H Fair Book is now available online.  Go to:  4-H Fair Book page.