|Nutrition & Community Health
Every person in 4-H Shooting Sports has responsibilites.
See what's happening in Lafourche Parish in the month of January.
The Ground Beef, Rice and Sweet Potato Cookery will be held Saturday, January 20th at the Ag Building in Raceland with registration from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.
The parish rabbit show will be held January 20 at the Agriculture Building in Raceland with registration beginning at 8:00.
Show off your exhibition birds at Poultry Day on December 9th at the Ag Building in Raceland.
See what's happening in Lafourche Parish in the upcoming months.
The forest products industry contributes to each parish economy in several ways, including jobs, wages and purchases in the local economies.
It's time to show off your cooking talents at this year's Sugar and Seafood Contest on Nov. 4th at Galliano Elementary. Registration begins at 9:00 a.m.
Start working on your creative garment for the Sew with Cotton Contest to be held on Nov. 4th at Galliano Elementary School beginning at 9:00 a.m.
See what's happening in Lafourche Parish in the next few months.
See what's happening in Lafourche Parish 4-H!
See what activities are coming up in Lafourche Parish 4-H.
See what is happening in Lafourche Parish in the month of May.
See what fun activities are coming up for 4-H in Lafourche for March and April.
Records show what you have done and learned during your 4-H club work. The 4-H portfolio is designed to help you keep your records in an orderly manner.
Don't miss all the activities and fun happening in February in Lafourche Parish.
Come check out what is happening in Lafourche in the month of January.
See what's happening in 4-H for the month of October!
This 6-series program provides you with the tools necessary to help meet your health goals.
Congratulations to all Lafourche Parish 4-H'ers on a job well done! Keep up the good work!
Volunteer leaders help make our 4-H program successful. To join 4-H or for information please contact the leader listed next to your school.
Information about building a birdhouse for 4-H Achievement Day.
When leaves are not on trees in winter, you can identify trees by their winter twigs and buds. Twigs with their attached buds must be collected in the winter. If you made a leaf collection earlier this year, you can return to the same trees and make a winter twig collection.
Information about insects and instructions for creating an insect collection from the 4-H project book, You and Nature.
Information about identifying leaves and rules for preparing a 4-H leaf collection to submit for Achievement Day.
A seasonal newsletter for beef cattle producers providing timely and informative topics pertaining to the beef cattle industry.
Topics include: Brucellosis vaccination program; New Insecticide for Armyworm control; Youth Livestock Program; Suggested cool-season pasture and forage crop varieties; Planting depth, seeding dates, inoculate legumes; Seeding rates; Planting dates; Animal disease traceability; Water requirements for beef cattle; Cattle market news; Disaster readiness for beef producers; disaster readiness checklist
Topics include: Master Cattle Producer Graduation, Waste Tire Recycling, 2014 Select Heifer Sale, Livestock & Pasture Field Day, Bahiagrass Management, Valuing Replacement Heifers, Cargill to Cut Workforce at Dodge City Plant, Ryegrass Variety Demonstration Results
Topics include: State Hay Show, Livestock & Pasture Field Day, Extended Release Parasiticide, 29th Annual Select Heifer Sale, Heifer Sale Flyer, Herbicide Application, Improving Rebreeding Rates, Warm-Season Forage Variety Suggestions
Topics include: Brucellosis Vaccination Program, 4-H Ryegrass Grazing Project, Youth Livestock Program, Cool Season Pasture and Forage Recommendations for 2014-2015, Calf to Carcass Program, Heat Stress in Livestock and Market News
Find out about the 4-H program and how can you join a 4-H club in Lafourche Parish.
State Hay Show; Master Cattle Class; Basic Tips When Vaccinating; Select Heifer Sale; KSU Feedlot Update; Controlling Ticks and Lice; Copper Deficiency in Cattle
The Lafourche Parish Rabbit Show will be held on Saturday, January 21, 2017, at the Agriculture Building in Raceland.
Topics include: State Hay Show results, Waste Tire Recycling, Stinging Nettles, Annual Select Heifer Sale, Parasites in Cattle, The Markets, Alyceclover for High Quality Forage in Late Summer, Controllling Grass Tetany, Anplasmosis in Cattle
This article will teach the basics of Rabbit Showmanship.
The Lafourche Parish 4-H Rabbit Show will be Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012 in conjunction with the Lafourche Parish Junior Livestock Show. Details are here.
Find out more information about this pre-achievement day contest that is held at the 2012 Lafourche Parish Ground Beef Cookery and Livestock Show.
The 2011 Regional 4-H Rabbit Show will be held on Monday, Nov. 21, 2011, at the Agriculture Building in Raceland, La. Rules and entry forms can be found here.
Topics include: Email Address, Brucellosis Vaccination Program, Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana Hay Sales, Yellow Buttercup in Pastures, Master Cattle Class, Ryegrass, Cattle Warts, Cool-season Pasture and Forage Crop Varieties 2011-2012, Bison Market Data and Update, Beef Cattle Market Update
Find out how Lafourche Parish 4-H'ers placed at the 2011 4-H University.
Livestock news for Lafourche Parish 4-H members.
A seasonal newsletter to beef cattle producers providing timely and informative topics pertaining to the beef cattle industry. Topics covered include: National Hay Show, Ticks and Lice, Louisiana Recommendations for Control of Livestock Pests, Premise I.D., Calf to Carcass, Dying Bermudagrass, Waste Tire Recycling, Market Outlook, Leptospirosis (Lepto).
It is always best to eat well-balanced meals, but for those on-the-go people, a so-called energy bar may be a good alternative to other snack choices. But how do you choose a good one?
All of us have recipes that have been passed down through our families. Some of the directions for those recipes may be inconsistent with what we now know about food safety. Give yours a food safety update.
Menopause is now a hot health topic, due to the Women's Health Initiative study. Many women are discontinuing the use of hormones and are looking for other ways to manage the symptoms of menopause.
Eating when traveling can challenge your waistline and your good nutrition sense. The desire for food should come from your stomach, not your head. Remember to exercise as well.
How to plan and shop for meals based on menus using a combination of staple foods in your pantry and fresh food.
Is it possible to age more slowly? The less physically active people become as they advance in years, the faster their bodies give out on them.