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Crow Wing County 4-H news

Crow Wing County Fall Sewing Club

It's sewing time!! Fall sewing club will kick start with a project making Christmas Stockings, which the stockings will be donated to charity.

lqae training

Livestock Quality Assurance & Ethics Training - LQA&E Training will be Saturday May 21, 2022 from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm at the Land Services Building, Meeting Rooms 1 & 2 for those in grades 6+ who will be showing beef, dairy, goat, sheep, swine, poultry and rabbit. The training helps youth provide excellent care for their food and animals and ensures a high level of food safety for consumers. All 4-H livestock exhibitors must complete livestock quality assurance training to participate at State. Valid for three years.

Animal ID

It’s time to start working with your 4-H animal projects. We hope you find your projects both challenging and rewarding. You will need to identify all 4-H animal projects; breeding heifers, cow/calf pairs, prospect calves (steers and heifers), dairy, dairy goats, dog, horse, llama-alpaca, meat goats, poultry (doves and pigeons), rabbits, sheep, and swine. Animals MUST be identified in 4-H Online by May 16, 2022. All market beef should have been identified by February 15, 2022. Cloverbuds do not need to identify animals at this time.

4-h

The Extension Office is excited to announce that Crow Wing County has filled the Ambassador lead volunteer positions with two 4-H alumni members. Abby Schreier and Jessica Otto are looking forward to partnering with the Crow Wing County youth leaders as they serve the community, promote 4-H, provide educational opportunities, and have FUN together!

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