Resources

  • Be Healthy at the Fair Sign

    Published on April 29, 2015
    The "Be Healthy at the Fair" sign may be used to help promote healthy behaviors at fairs and exhibitions.

  • Pygmy Goat Basic Owner’s Manual

    Published on April 20, 2015
    This book is intended as a beginner’s manual for the first-time goat owner and gives basic goat husbandry information. It was developed by and is available from the National Pygmy Goat Association.

  • Your 4-H Angora Goat Project

    Published on April 6, 2015
    This bulletin provides an overview of all aspects of the 4-H Angora goat project. The topics include the history of Angora goats; selection, care and management; facilities and equipment; nutrition and disease control; exhibition and marketing.

  • 4-H Goat Quiz Bowl Resources

    Published on April 6, 2015
    Resources used for the 4-H Goat Quiz Bowl

  • Guide to Running a Local Livestock Judging Contest

    Published on March 31, 2015
    Learn how to run a local livestock judging contest in your community.

  • Sportsmanship and Competitive Event Resources

    Published on March 30, 2015
    Exhibiting good sportsmanship is not just for youth 4-H members – it applies to everyone involved, including volunteers, parents, leaders and others.

  • Michigan 4-H Goat Project Snapshot (4H1611)

    Published on March 2, 2015
    The 4-H goat project can provide you with the opportunity to learn about selection, management, health, marketing and careers in the goat industry.

  • Michigan 4-H Biological Sciences Project Snapshot (4H1622)

    Published on February 27, 2015
    The 4-H biological sciences project allows 4-H'ers to explore plant and animal life.

  • 4-H Animal Science Anywhere

    Published on February 23, 2015
    The Animal Science Anywhere lesson series is designed to help leaders engage 4-H youth in learning more about animal and veterinary science projects.

  • Michigan 4-H Market Animal Project Record Book

    Published on October 17, 2014
    4-H Market Animal projects provide youth an opportunity to gain life skills such as record keeping, communication and self-responsibility through raising and selling a livestock animal.