New Hampshire 4-H Working Steer Project

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The New Hampshire 4-H Working Steer Project is long-term project that allows youth the opportunity to train a pair of steers (castrated male bovines) to work together as a team.

This project is growing in popularity due to the numerous classes that a youth and their team can participate in at fairs and competitions. You don’t have to have your own working steer pair to participate in the New Hampshire 4-H Working Steer Project. You can borrow (lease) an animal and/or participate in a variety of the activities and events that the New Hampshire 4-H Working Steer Project has to offer.
Check out the New Hampshire 4-H Working Steer Fact Sheet for more information and resources.

Forms, resources and Fact sheets for members, volunteers, leaders and parents

 

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Articles

Information for NH 4-H members about qualifying for the Big E Youth Working Steer Show.
Information for NH 4-H members about qualifying for the Big E Youth Working Steer Show. Learn More

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Resources

Purpose:  The NH 4-H Ag Ambassadors utilizes a peer-to-peer teaching model to create accessible and interactive programming that exposes youth partici... Learn More
Throughout the summer NH fairs offer a venue for 4-Hers to show off their animal science projects.  Each fair has its own registration process and dea... Learn More
Judging 4-H shows can be a very rewarding experience. As a judge you have the opportunity to contribute in a positive way to the 4-H member’s total pr... Learn More
This is a guide to help support NH 4-H members partcipating in the NH 4-H Working Steer project.  The manual is free to download.

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The 4-H Working Steer Project allows youth the opportunity to train a pair of steers (castrated males) to work together as a team. Oxen are not a spec... Learn More
The New Hampshire 4-H Working Steer Project is long-term project that allows youth the opportunity to train a pair of steers (castrated male bovines) ... Learn More