3 edition of 4-H market pig project. found in the catalog.
4-H market pig project.
F. Ray Morris
by Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, Washington State University in Pullman
Written in English
|Other titles||4H market pig project.|
|Series||Extension mimeo -- 3963., Extension mimeo (Washington State University. Cooperative Extension Service) -- 3963.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
Project Materials. Reasonably priced materials are available for every project in Kansas 4-H. You can order the materials for your project online or contact your local Extension Office. Market Swine (SW) Select, raise and show a market hog; Members must own all animals; Market gilts should not be returned to the breeding herd. 4-H Swine Record Book 1 Page 12 June Swine Project Story Story hints: 1) What 4-H Club work has meant to you. 2) What you have learned about swine. 3) What safety practices you used in your project. 4) How you managed your project. 5) What you can do to improve your project. 6) Tell about your trip to 4-H Congress or camp.
Sheep 4-H Market Lamb Health Record: Important document to track withdrawal times, as well as all feed, vaccines, etc. Need 1 per market lamb Swine: Market Hog Health Record: Used to track withdrawal times, place of origin, and other important information. 1 per market pig. Some project examples are Small Pets, Large Animals, Leadership, Robotics, Enviromental and Marksmanship. Use this to help put together your record book: 4-H Record Book Fact Sheet. Maryland 4-H List of Projects (useful for General Project Record Sheets): Project List The link provided is to the State 4-H Website.
Cavy Project and Record Book. Complete this required project and record book every year a guinea pig project is taken. Sections on Animal Care and Welfare and on Animal Records include housing, growth, feeding, budgeting, and more. Use with R Cavy Resource Handbook: A 4-H Guide to Guinea Pigs. © Nationally Peer Reviewed! 4-H Swine Project Guidelines: No exhibitor may enter more than two market hogs and one carcass hog. All market and carcass swine entries must be owned by the exhibitor and be on feed by May 1. All market and carcass hogs must be tagged at the fairgrounds on the first Saturday in May.
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The 4-H market hog project consists of feeding pigs to a market weight of around to pounds. As a member of the livestock industry, you will learn the same basic information as adults raising swine. One special note is that you shouldn’t expect to make a large profit on your project.
Your profit or loss will depend on the. your market hog project will be helpful and interesting. Use the 4-H MarketLivestock Record Book (4-H ) to record it. • The weightofeach pig at the start ofthe project. Weights can be obtained by holding the pig and standing on a bathroom scale. and then subtracting the weightofthe person holding the pig from the total.
You will learn more about. 4-H Market Hog Project & Record Book 4-H As an Advisor, Parent, Project Helper or Judge this list will be useful in ensuring each age level Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced finishes required records and book work and prepares the child for judging, and culminates in File Size: KB.
Michigan 4-H Market Animal Project Record Book. Octo 4-H Market Animal projects provide youth an opportunity to gain life skills such as record keeping, communication and self-responsibility through raising and selling a livestock animal. Virginia 4-H Market Hog Project Junior Record Book (for youth ages 9- 13) Discuss the book with your parent and/or 4-H leader.
Complete essential information when you first start your project, such as the cover page and the project planning page. Share your goals with your 4-H leader. in your 4-H project record book. Prepare a budget for your 4-H breeding hog project.
(See Section 5) 3. Select, breed, and farrow one or more gilts or sows. Keep records of your goals, numbers of pigs, things you do to feed and care for them, money you spend and receive, and your 4-H experiences. Write them in your 4-H project record.
The following resources for Kentucky 4-H Swine Projects can be purchased from Ohio State University. Please click here to be directed to Ohio State's eStore where these resources can be purchased. Swine Resource Handbook for Market and Breeding Projects (4-H R) Market Hog Project and Record Book.
To be successful in your role as a 4‑H Swine Project Leader or Helper, there are important concepts that deserve your attention and understanding. Ages and Stages of Youth Development As you work with young people, it is important to take into account where they are in their stage of development.
Project Enrollment for 4-H and FFA Members and Showing Animals at the Ohio State Fair Skillathon, Record Book Judging, and Outstanding Market Exhibitor (OME) Rules 4-H Livestock Judging Contest Rules and Registration Form. Market hogs weighing under and over lbs.
will be sent home immediately following weigh in and may not be exhibited. Members enrolled in the 4H Market Hog - project are required to own their animals by 60 days prior to the Delaware State Fair.
However if you are going to purchase a feeder pig for this project, you must purchase itFile Size: KB. Project Books. For complete descriptions of Ohio 4-H projects and the publications that support them, please refer to the latest Family Guide or to Ohio 4-H Project Central, an interactive web site that includes sample pages, ratings, and comments.
4-H Swine Curriculum. Available from the Extension office or online at 4-H swine Curriculum. Book 1: The Incredible Pig Book 2: Putting the Oink in Pig Book 3: Going Whole Hog Swine Helper’s Guide Exploring Swine Health & Husbandry Curriculum. Member Publications. Available in the Extension office or online at ation: S.
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4-H livestock programming is funded through a combination of private gifts, endowment income, gifts in kind, and participant fees. 4-H/FFA Market Animal Project Guide Book ~ CHECK LIST: This self-check list is to help you meet deadlines.
Check () and date when you complete each step. _____ Feb 2 due – 4-H Online enrollment, & Garrett County Livestock Association (GCLA) contract. This resource handbook contains essential information for members taking a guinea pig project.
Topics covered include general care, history, anatomy, selection, housing and equipment, records, nutrition, health, reproduction, show preparation, marketing, and care. This handbook is. Please order project specific inserts to add to this base as appropriate.
Archery and Sheep members will be piloting this for club year. Archery Record Book Insert - This insert is specific to the archery project and should be used in conjunction with the 4-H record Book Base. of the completed project booklet, project exhibit and activity record. ANIMAL SCIENCE Record guides for livestock projects have three levels to coincide with the 4‑H/FFA Animal Husbandry and Quality Assurance training.
The levels are based on the age of the 4‑H member on January 1 of the current 4‑H. Resources like the 4-H Swine Project Snapshot can help provide recommendations for content learning and discovery of new opportunities. Additionally, the newly revised “ Your 4-H Market Hog Project ” book, available through the MSU Extension Bookstore, is a great resource for 4-H youth.
4-H Record and Project Books. All record and project books linked here are PDF format and can be printed on your home printer. The Florida 4-H State website offers some of these books and other educational books for online purchase. If you need immediate assistance, please contact our 4-H staff by calling or emailing [email protected]
County Fair Showcase. Market Hog Breeding Gilt Feeder Pig *18 U.S.C 2 Directions for Keeping This 4-H Record most benefit from the project.
Beginning of Project This record is designed for youth in their first years of livestock project work. One record book should be used for each species (beef, sheep, swine) except where a conflict between breeding and. Additionally, the newly revised “Your 4-H Market Hog Project” book, available through the MSU Extension Bookstore, is a great resource for 4-H youth.
Other articles in series. Planning for your 4-H swine project animal: Preparations; Planning for your 4-H swine project animal: Hog selection.All 4-H Swine projects can be completed at county level and at the New York State Fair.
A market hog program may be started with feeder pig(s) weighing about pounds. The pigs are then fed for an additional 3 to 3 1/2 months until they weigh about pounds, and are ready for market or showing at the fair.One of the most popular of all 4-H livestock projects, swine (pigs) are intelligent, versatile farm animals.
4-H Animal Project Record Book; 4-H Involvement Report doc; Market Swine. Raise one or more barrows or gilts for market, exhibiting and selling at the fair.