Source: Elizabeth Killinger
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Updated identification requirements have come out from State Fair regarding sheep and goats. Stanton County will be following the State Fair guidelines.
From State Fair Book:
All market lambs, breeding sheep, market and breeding goats to be shown at State Fair must be tagged with a USDA official scrapie ID, owned by the exhibitor, have completed the online nomination entry.
Here is what this means for you:
Welcome to Nebraska 4-H Summer Camps! The summer programs offered at both of our 4-H camping locations provide all youth a place to discover, learn, and grow. Your child does not have to be a member of 4-H to attend. At Nebraska 4-H Camps and Centers, we believe strongly in promoting the mission of Nebraska 4-H, which encourages all young people to reach their full potential, by working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
All beef, dairy, sheep, swine, goats, horses and rabbits
must be ID’ed to be exhibited at the fair.
Market Beef – ID sheets are due April 2.
All other ID sheets are due June 1.
Market Beef, Feeder Calf, Bucket Calf & Breeding Heifer
County Fair Only:
4-H Enrollment is open. All returning and new 4-H members and leaders must enroll for the 2018 4-H year.
All information can be found the the 4-H Enrollment page.
Contact the Stanton County Extension Office (402-439-2231) if you hav any questions.