Shelby County 4-H Livestock Club

 

 The Shelby County 4-H Livestock Club is a group of dedicated volunteer leaders and members, whose main focus is on helping young people learn about livestock.  Whether you are interested in cattle, sheep, hogs, or goats, we have members who share the same interests and can help you with your project. We meet every second Monday of the month at 7 pm.

 

If you're not sure you want to take the plunge yet and buy an animal to exhibit, no problem, feel free to come to a livestock club meeting and talk to someone who can answer any questions you may have. Also, if you feel like you don't know where to start with a project, there are plenty of us who have been there and would be happy to help you get started and answer questions along the way.

Ownership, Possession and Care Rules 

Hold Harmless Agreement

2019 Guidelines for Validation 

2019 Validation Sites for 4-H/FFA Market Steers & Market Heifers

2019 Validation Sites for 4/H-FFA Market Goats, Sheep and Swine

Validation & Location Forms

Market Steers/Heifers  due March 29, 2019

Market Swine  due May 16, 2019

Market Lambs  due May 16, 2019

Market Goats  due May 16, 2019

Breeding Project Nomination & Location Forms

All Breeding Project Nomination & Location forms are due June 7, 2019

Beef Cattle 

Goat

Sheep

Gilt

Project Animal Location Waiver

 

For more information please visit the State 4-H and Youth Livestock Project Website or contact the Shelby County Extension Office (502) 633-4593.