Lafayette 4-H Barnyard Scoop

Charles Hebert  |  8/3/2016 6:31:09 PM

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All 4-H’ers enrolled in the beef, dairy, sheep, goat, swine and poultry projects will receive this newsletter periodically. Monthly issues are available through the links below. These newsletters will include educational and informative material on such topics as nutrition, feeding, health, showmanship and reproduction in all species.

Be sure to adhere to all deadlines and regulations and follow all instructions in each issue. Also, 4-H livestock information is printed each month in the 4-H Hotline, which you receive at your school's 4-H Club meeting. By reading the Hotline and the Barnyard Scoop, you will be kept informed and up to date. It is your responsibility to become familiar with all rules that govern the livestock program and to keep yourself informed.

Please select the newsletter you would like to view from the links provided below the calendar.

LAFAYETTE PARISH LIVESTOCK PLANNING CALENDAR

September 2016

TBA Livestock Educational Committee Meeting & 1st Year Livestock Exhibitors' Meeting - 4-H Office
21-25 Sugarcane Festival, New Iberia, La.

October 2016

TBA Livestock Advisory Board Meeting, 4-H Office
14-16 Cattle Festival, Abbeville, La.
TBA Possession Date for Rabbits, Rabbit Entries Due & Rabbit Clinic, 4-H Office
27-Nov.13 Louisiana State Fair, Shreveport

November 2016

TBA Possession Date for Exhibition Poultry
TBA Validation for all Market: Goats, Lambs, Commercial Does, Ewes, Heifers - Blackham Coliseum Cabbage Patch Lot
TBA Possession Date for Breeding: Beef, Dairy, Sheep, Goats & Poultry
TBA Spring Livestock Entries Due, 4-H Office
TBA Validation for all Market Swine: Dominique's Stockyard, Carencro

December 2016

TBA Livestock Advisory Board Meeting, 4-H Office


January 2016

TBA Lafayette Parish Livestock Show and Sale - Blackham Coliseum Complex
TBA Acadiana District Livestock Show - Blackham Coliseum Complex

February 2016

TBA LSU AgCenter State Livestock Show

It is the policy of the LSU AgCenter, Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service that no person shall be subjected to discrimination on the grounds of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age or disability. If you have a disability which requires special assistance for your participation in any aforementioned activity, please contact the Lafayette 4-H office at (337)291-7090.

The newsletters for the current 2015-2016 school year will be posted in early November. Please make sure that your child is a current 4-H member enrolled for this school year in order to be eligible to exhibit animals in the spring.

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