Eagle Cap Livestock

We have had three meetings since my last report. Debi, extension agent, told us how to do a presentation. There are three parts: 1) introduction, 2) body, and 3) conclusion. The next meeting she told us about the animal advancement program and how it would improve our skills. She asked us some of the questions. Last week we practiced the swine learning lab.

Trevor Lewis, reporter

Eagle Cap Livestock

CPR classes scheduled

The Golden Arrow Livestock 4-H club met on Feb. 16, 2004, at the Cloverleaf Hall. Twenty-five members and several parents were present. As part of our community service project we collected canned food goods.

Rayanna Mitchell and Katrina Anderson reported that the 4-H court has scheduled CPR training on March 6 and April 3 for 4-H members and leaders. The cost is $15 and the classes will be approximately eight hours. The need for this class became evident after Leila Wortman's accident at the rodeo last August.

The state fair livestock judging contest has been moved out of the state fair and is scheduled for July 10, 2004. The county livestock judging tour is set to start at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 28, 2004. All interested members should be sure and attend.

Our members worked with the junior leaders and studied the anatomy of different project animals.

Our next meeting is scheduled for March 15. We will study livestock judging. We will visit the Double Arrow Veterinary Clinic for our May meeting.

Submitted by Andrea Schaefer, reporter

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