A teen-led program for 4-H members ages 13-18 to get younger youth excited about 4-H and to grow the program.
June 8, 2016
June 10, 2016
The intent of the Northeast Regional Horsemanship Clinic is to provide an educational and enjoyable horse showing experience for 4-H members at a reasonable cost. The Clinic is sponsored by the Caledonia, Orleans and Essex County 4-H Foundations.
June 24-26, 2016
June 12, 2016
This event is open to youth and adults, 4-H members and non-members. All youth must be 8 years old as of January 1,2016 in order to ride in this clinic.
June 9-12, 2016
Dairy Judging at Fairmont Farms, East Montpelier, VT (for 4-H members ages 8-18 as of Jan 1, 2016)
- June 20, 2016
June 24, 2016
- This contest is open to all Vermont 4-H horse members 14 years through 18 years of age as of January 1, 2016.
June 24-26, 2016
Camp is open to any youth 8-18 (as of January 1, 2016) who want to learn more about sheep & goat management, handling, characteristics and breeds, general health care, fitting and showing, judging, nutrition, and much, much more.
July 7-10, 2016
Horse Show open to all Vermont 4-H members. Horse classes, quiz bowl, general knowledge exam, horse judging and more. At the Addison County Fair and Field Days.
Factsheet for 4-H leaders and members in 4-H poultry activities. Written by UVM Extension Livestock Specialist Joe Emenheiser and State 4-H Livestock Specialist Wendy Sorrell. 1 page. October 2015.
Tunbridge--Thirty-two 4-H'ers from Orange, Washington, Windham and Windsor Counties had the opportunity to test their dairy judging skills on the 2016 Central and Southeast Region Dairy Judging Tour, May 15.
Burlington--A Grand Isle 4-H'er has earned national recognition for her essay on bees.
Barre--Through 4-H club work, Vermont youths learn about animal care, agriculture, foods and nutrition, gardening, shooting sports and technology, among other project areas. On May 21 they will have an opportunity to show the public what they have learned at the annual 4-H State Day in Barre.
Castleton--On May 1, 4-H'ers from 10 Vermont counties traveled to Castleton to compete in the annual State 4-H Horse Judging Contest. At stake for seniors, ages 14 and up, was a spot on the state judging team that will compete in regional and national contests later this year.