Written in English
|Statement||by H. M. Hyre|
|Contributions||United States. Department of Agriculture, National Broadcasting Company|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet (2 pages) ;|
4-H leader honored for work in youth poultry program. By She is club leader for Critters, Inc. 4-H Club, an innovative club that encourages youth to participate in a club project bird to learn. Virginia 4-H Poultry Project Junior Record Book (for youth ages 9- 13) 4-H Club_____ Years in 4-H (including this year) _____ Is the place where you keep your project animal registered with the National Animal Identification is important that you do your own work, but ask your 4-H leader, Extension Agent, parents, orFile Size: KB. spend for your project is a 4-H life skill. The following record keeping forms can help you keep a record of your activities. • 4-H Club Poultry Record Book trophies, trips and/or Project Report Forms can be found at • Junior (ages ) • Intermediate (ages ) • Senior (ages )File Size: KB. 4-H Poultry Book Introduction This Project Record Book has been created specifically for 4-H members enrolled in a Poultry 4-H project. Keeping a record book is an important part of the project. It will help you set goals for the project year, record your accomplishments, and provide a place to keep important records on your.
3. Let 4-H members learn and employ efficient procedures and methods in marketing the animals and their products. 4. Encourage integrity, sportsmanship, cooperation and ability to communicate through related activities such as demonstrations, talks, judging events, and the fair. This record book is for all levels of the 4-H poultry project. By. animals can be found in various 4-H Project Guides. Copies of project guides may be obtained from your local Virginia Cooperative Extension office. 1. Read through this book and familiarize yourself with the kinds of records you will need and where information should be recorded. Discuss the book with your parent and/or 4-H leader. 2. The 4-H Name and Emblem have special protections from Congress, protected by code 18 USC 4-H is the youth development program of our Nation’s Cooperative Extension System and USDA. is maintained by National 4-H Council as part of our mission as an independent, private-sector partner to the Cooperative Extension System. Keep this record as part of your Personal 4-H Records. This information is helpful in applying for 4-H awards and scholarships. Remember - records are no better than what YOU put into them! I understand that this is a completed Poultry Project Record Book as required. 4-H’ers Signature: 4-H Leader’s Signature.
New Jersey 4-H Bird and Poultry Project Record Book p. 2 2 End of year signatures At the end of the 4-H year, when your record book is complete, your 4-H club leader will probably ask to see this record book. By signing below, I am stating that I have completed this record book . The 4-H Pledge, first adopted in , summarizes 4-H as the four-fold development of youth through the Head, Heart, Hands and Health. Post a pledge banner at your meeting site. At the end of the first meeting, give everyone a card with the 4-H pledge to take home. Introduction to the NH 4-H Poultry Project. The New Hampshire 4-H Poultry Project is an exciting and up-and-coming project that encompasses all types of poultry including, but not limited to, chickens, turkey, pigeons, waterfowl, guinea fowl, quail, and other poultry. Poultry can be raised for meat (broilers) or eggs. 4-H Overall Livestock Project Resources. 4-H project books are available to view and purchase at the Lancaster Extension Education may also be ordered online through Shop 4-H.. 4-H Specialty Clubs Invite New Members — includes Pick-a-Pig and Star City Llama & Alpaca 4-H clubs (pdf) As of Fall ; Nebraska 4-H Livestock Program Website.