MEEKER | In the April meeting, the White River Swine Club talked about how much feed costs, who sells it and where to get it. Todd Morris, our leader, showed us how to look at our pig’s ear notches to figure out what litter they come from. If you look at a pig from the […]
RBC | Madi and Maclaine Shults represented Rio Blanco County and White River Livestock Club at a couple of judging contests held recently. On March 26, they hitched a ride with Bonnie Long’s club from Rangely to compete at the Casper College FFA/4-H Spring Contest in Wyoming.
Sheep and Goat Growers: Morgan called the April 5 meeting to order. Taylor called roll and no minutes were read. Mason reported that we have $412.76 after we paid for advertising the jackpot. April 6 will be officer training at 5 p.m. We went over how to pick lambs and judged some pictures. The weigh-in […]
RANGELY I The Panther Country has started another busy 4-H year. They have met several times for livestock judging and club meetings. On Feb. 25, McKale Pennell, Cheyenne Steele, Sarah Connor, Samantha Lapp and Tessa Slagle voted in this year’s new officers.
RBC I 4-H Beef projects are up and rolling for 2010. The annual feeder show was held Feb. 7. Our official was Kenny Burns from Hotchkiss. He has more than 40 years of show barn experience. He ranches, he fits show cattle and he’s a pretty good clipper mechanic. Kenny is also a superintendent at […]
MEEKER | The Sheep and Goat Club met Sunday, March 14. Morgan called the meeting to order. Aly called roll. Mason gave a treasurer’s report and we have a total of $570.16. There will be a meeting on April 6 for officers’ training and it will be at 5 p.m. The weigh-in will be May […]
MEEKER | The 4-H Council met on Feb. 2 and discussed Grandparents Appreciation Dinner that will be held on Sunday, Feb. 21. Dinner and entertainment is at 4 p.m. at the Extension office.
RANGELY | On Jan. 11, the Rangely 4-H council met for the first time after Christmas break. Torie Slagle led the meeting while Shelby Neiberger, Raelynn Norman, and Tessa Slagle ate pizza. They brainstormed fun activities to do for the new year. Bring your ideas in!
MEEKER | The second 4-H Sheep and Goat Club meeting of the year was held Feb. 1. Aly Ridings called roll. The group has $500.16 and decided to do the sheep lead as a community pride project again.
MEEKER | The first meeting of the 4-H Beef Club was held Jan. 24 at 5 p.m. at the fairgrounds. Lisa Walsh called the meeting to order. We elected officers: President is Morgan Neilson.