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My 4-h calf was just born!! He is a Black Angus. He is so cute and fluffy! I was thinking about naming him Steven because he has to be a steer for 4-h so then I could call him Steven the steer. 28 more words


Goat Kids and Kid Kids

Here’s a picture of a baby goat. A kid, if you will.

Here’s a picture of a human kid showing another kid a pen full of kids. 662 more words

North Dakota

The day dawned chilly and bright. We were up with the sun that morning, operating in full gear. Today was the day we had volunteered to man the Baltimore County 4-H Rabbit Club table at the World Pet Expo, and when you’re an excited 6 year old girl, being late is not an option! 483 more words


Shasta County 4-H Presentation Day at Burney High School a great success

Forty-seven students from throughout the county participated in Shasta County 4-H Presentation Day at Burney High School on Saturday February 18.

The program began at about 10 a.m. 317 more words

Northern California

February: Keeping Up with BHC 4-H County Council

The warm February weather was evident at the County Council Meeting on February 19th! We had an abundance of energy and conversation paired with our agenda this afternoon.

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BHC 4-H News

Calf Breaking Halter

I found this neat halter at a show trailer yesterday. Rope halters are the standard for teaching a calf to lead and tie. The one downside to a traditional halter is that once the chin tightens, it stays tight even when the calf gives to pressure. 48 more words

Valentine Gifts on the Farm

When your family shows cows, your husband may fill your semen tank for a very well-thought-out Valentine’s Day gift.  Marty got up early Valentine’s Day morning to meet our Select Sires man to refill my tank with both dairy and beef semen straws, plus a refill on liquid nitrogen. 134 more words