Upcoming 4-H Events & Important Dates
Jeannie will call members
June 5th @ 4:00 pm
Thundering Hooves Meeting-
May 3rd @ 4:00 pm
4-H Council Meeting-
Tuesday, May 3rd @ 6:30 pm
4-H Cloverbuds Meeting-
May 3rd @ 4:15pm
Shooting Sports Organizational Meeting
May 4th @ 6:30 pm
One parent must attend with 4-H members
May 11th @ 6:00 pm
Required for all 1st year livestock members.
Senior members may take a test after the May 3rd council meeting, or anytime between May 3rd and May 11th
News from Extension Office
4-H Online Enrollment
Please get your enrollment taken care of ASAP. Visit www.4honline.com, use the same email as last year. If you have change the email please let the Extension Office know and we will change it on 4-H Online before you re-enroll.
|Breeding Beef Supplement|
|Goat Doe Record|
|Poultry Breeding/ Egg Record|
|Rabbit- Doe Record|
|Rabbit- Litter Record|
|Dairy Cow Record|
Other Upcoming Community Events
|Labeling of Genetically Modified Foods
Companies may voluntarily label foods produced without genetic modification, and foods labeled USDA Organic are produced without genetic modification.
Intergenerational farms and ranches are unique among businesses in their integration of production and family life. Learn More.
Farm-to-Table Food Safety
Assuring the safety of our food supply begins long before food reaches the table. At each stage of the food chain, from the producer to the consumer, food safety strategies can be followed to minimize contamination and help lower the risk of foodborne illness.
To learn more, please explore the above links, Grow, Prepare, & Eat.
Live Eat Play!
Find current nutrition and health information aimed at helping you become better informed and more motivated to achieve optimal health at every stage of your life.
To learn more, please explore the above links, Live, Eat, & Play.
Mountain Pine Beetle
Mountain pine beetles (MPB) are the most important insect pest of Colorado's pine forests.
Our goal is to help farmers, ranchers and their families who are facing challenges due to injury, illness or disability continue to be successful in agriculture through services, education and information on assistive technologies.
If you’d like to stay better connected to CO AgrAbility please check out our Facebook page. There you can see what events we are attending, get helpful tips for agricultural work tasks, and see how AgrAbility is working with Colorado farmers and ranchers. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Colorado-AgrAbility/370158249662665.
updated Wednesday, April 6th, 2016