4-H Sheep and Goat Clinic
The 4-H Sheep and Goat Clinics are designed to teach 4-H'ers the skills needed for proper care of, and fitting and showing, animals. The clinic is a great way for novice and less-experienced 4-H’ers to get a head start or refresher before the summer fairs and shows begin. 4-H’ers learn animal husbandry and fit and show skills, while meeting new people, visiting old friends and having a good time.
Cost is $80 per person and covers housing for 3 days/2 nights, meals, workshop materials and a t-shirt. Register by June 25th.
For more information or questions contact Jolee Chase, 4-H Program Manager, at (603) 641-6060 or email@example.com.
For financial assistance click here for a scholarship application.
Friday: Drop-Off and Check-In, Dinner/ Orientation Orientation, Introduction, Games Quiet Time in Dorms
Saturday: Rise & Shine, Chores, Breakfast Workshops and Demonstrations Work on Animals, Guest Speaker, Lunch, Meet and Greet, Showing Practice, Games, Social Activities, Work on Animals, Evening Chores, Dinner, Skill-a-Thon and Quiz Bowl, Ice Cream Social, Barnyard Games Quiet Time in Dorms
Sunday: Morning Chores, Breakfast Work on Animals, Guest Speaker, Show Prep, Fit and Show Classes/ Awards, Clean Up and Dismissal
WHAT TO BRING (click here)