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

Pawnee County 4-H

4-H (ages 8-18) as of Jan. 1st of the current year who exhibit beef, goats, sheep, swine, rabbit, and poultry MUST complete quality assurance training through YQCA (Youth for the Quality Care of Animals) by June 14, 2020 to be eligible to exhibit at the County Fair, State Fair, or at the Ak-Sar-Ben Stock Show. Clover Kids ages 5-7 DO NOT need to complete quality assurance training.

The widespread flooding and winter weather across our great state has been at the top of all of our minds, including those of 4-H youth, volunteers, staff, and alumni across Nebraska and the country. Thanks to all of you for what you’re doing.

There will be a long road to recovery, and many 4-H’ers and our supporters will want to contribute.

As you assist young people with considering what can be done to support recovery efforts, please share the following:

4-H Camp Brochure: Nebraska 4-H Camps - Your Adventure Awaits You!

 

Big Red Camp Brochure:

*NEW* this year 2018:  The official identification for COUNTY and STATE FAIR for all classes of goats and sheep is a Scrapie Tag.  

Before you can get Scrapie Tags, you must have a premise ID number and a Flock ID number, which the Department of Agriculture can assign to you. Call them at 402-434-2300. 

Scrapies tags may be purchased from Allflex. The cost of the tags is the families responsibility. (Order Form)

Being Successful in College Starts with Preparation Now

 

If you were enrolled in the Pawnee County 4-H program as an 8th grader, you may have received information participating in Next Chapter programs and being pre-admitted to UNL. Next Chapter is a college-readiness program delivered through the Nebraska 4-H program that helps students prepare for and succeed in college by providing the skills students need to reach their academic goals.