4-H Livestock Association
The Bay County 4-H Livestock Association is comprised of 4-H members and volunteers working with livestock projects. All members of the association also hold membership in organized 4-H clubs. The primary purpose of the Livestock Association is to help members working on livestock projects to receive appropriate training and resources on animal handling and showmanship.
The association meets on the third Thursday of the month, 6:00 p.m., at the Fair Grounds Canteen. The association does not meet during the months of November and December.
The current officers of the 4-H Livestock Association include:
President: Emilie Ruple
Vice President: Peyton Helm
Secretary: Gracie Schoenbine
Treasurer: Shannon Tanney
Officer at Large: Rose Brandt
Forms and Downloads
4-H Livestock Resources
Keep checking as these events will be updated as info becomes available!
Youth for the Quality Care of Animals
This is a requirement from the Fair Board for youth, participating in ALL Market animal projects, at the Bay County Fair and Youth Exposition. Check for upcoming dates for in-person training(s).