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The beef cattle project teaches production methods of the current beef cattle industry. The beef cattle project allows youth to explore the areas of animal husbandry, livestock selection and evaluation, health management, and meat science. Beef cattle projects focus on market steers (terminal meat-based production), breeding beef (purebred production) and commercial heifers (crossbred commercial production).
If this is your first year taking a show animal to fair I have compiled a packing lists for show animals. I have a list for rabbits, goats, and pigs.
Erika Williams saved to Raymondville FFA
Want to raise Boer goats for show, make some money and have a lot of fun? Consider breeding, showing and selling show goats. This guide to raising Boer goats for show can help you learn some of the basics you’ll need to be familiar with to get off to a great start.
Abigail Gates saved to Our Little Farm
If you want to learn to shave a doe!
Alyssa Patience saved to Barn Life
Life Span: Usually 10-14 years Temperature: 38.5-40.5'C Pulse: 70 to 90 beats per minute Respiration: 12 to 20 breaths per minute Ruminal Movements: 1 to 3 minute Rumen pH: 5.5 to 7.0 Teeth: Four pairs of lower incisors that line up with a dental pad on the upper jaw (goats have no upper front teeth), three premolars on each side of the upper and lower jaws, three molars on each side of the upper and lower jaws. Stomach: A four-compartmented organ consisting of a rumen, a reticulum, an…
Danielle Sears saved to Goat info for unit study
The lamb project teaches fundamental production methods of the current sheep industry. The sheep project allows youth to explore the areas of animal husbandry, livestock selection and evaluation, health management and meat science. 4-H sheep projects include market lambs (terminal meat production), breeding sheep (purebred breeding production) and commercial ewes (crossbreeding production).
Goats are ruminant animals. Their digestive tracts (which are similar to those of cattle, sheep and deer) consist of the mouth, oesophagus (the oesophagus is a muscular tube in the chest that conne…
Joe Jennings saved to Goats
How much to feed your goats is something we all have to figure out. The crazy thing is that it changes with the season of the year and the needs of the goat! Let's get this figured out! #familyfarmlivestock #goats #raising goats
Kathy saved to family farm livestock
Each year Box Elder Extension hosts educational clinics to youth involved in our 4-H livestock programs. This webpage will stock pile all of our clinic resources for your convenience.
peggy payne saved to 4h