The Leon County Youth Livestock Show invites 4-H and FFA Agricultural Product Identification Teams to participate in their Ag Product ID Contest. This contest will be held at the Leon County Expo Center in Buffalo, TX on Friday, April 17, 2020.
Registration will be done the day of the contest.
See the attached flyer for more information on this contest
TAE4-HA is excited to partner with Junk Gypsy for the design of a 4-H Shirt. The Junk Gypsy Sisters were inspired by all the values that they hold near and dear to their hearts as 4-Hers…. Grit, Hard Work and Big Dreams. We hope you all love it as much as we do!
All proceeds will benefit the Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholarship Program.
Please see flyer for additional information.
The Texas 4-H Center in Brownwood, TX has internship opportunities available for the summer. All information pertaining to the Summer Camp Internship can be found at their website at https://texas4hcenter.tamu.edu/ under the “Employment” tab.
The Foundation for the Preservation of Honey Bees, Inc. has announced the 2020 essay topic as, “Overwintering: Bee Survival through the Cold Season”. Submit essays via 4-H Connect under the event, “ State – 2020 Beekeeping Essay Contest”. Deadline is Sunday March 1, 2020 and winners will be announced week of March 23, 2020.
Additional information can be found here.
The Jim Wells County 4-H Invitational Ag Product ID Contest will be held on Sunday, March 8, 2020 at the Jim Wells County Fairgrounds in Alice, TX. The contest is open to 4-H and FFA members.
Registration is $10/individual or $30 per team. Registration deadline is Monday, March 2,2020.
The team form can be found here.
Please see flyer for additional details.
On Friday, February 7th, 2020 the Bell County Youth Fair will host four invitational contests open to all Texas 4-H and FFA members. Early registration is now available at https://www.judgingcard.com/Registration/Info.aspx?ID=10710.
- Livestock Judging Contest
- Registration: 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM; Contest: 9:00 AM
- Ag Product ID Contest
- Registration: 11:30 AM – Noon; Contest: 12:00 PM
- Vet Science Skillathon Contest
- Registration: 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM; Contest: 9:00 AM
- Rabbit Judging Contest
- On-site Registration ONLY: 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM; Contest: 9:00 AM
Below are links to the rule book pages for the contests listed above.
Livestock Judging Contest
Ag Product ID Contest
Vet Science Skillathon Contest
Rabbit Judging Contest
Additional information can be viewed on the event flyer.
The 4-H Shooting Sports Project is one of the largest projects in the 4-H program, with over 10,000 participants in Texas alone.
One of the many reasons it is so popular is because the project has something to offer to everyone. Being in Shooting Sports will provide you with many life skills such as; perseverance, time management, leadership skills, work ethic, networking and many more. Firearm safety and responsible handling and use are key factors of this program.
There are five different shooting disciplines and many different opportunities in each of those five. The disciplines are: Rifle, which includes Smallbore and Air Rifle. Shotgun, comprised of Trap and Skeet. Pistol, offering a variety of calibers and contests. Archery, which encompasses Compound, Barebow, and others. Muzzle loading/black powder is also an option. Hunting and Wildlife events, as well as weekly and/or monthly competitions can be found within this Project area using one or more of these disciplines.
The Texas 4-H Shooting Sports project also offers an Ambassador program for kids in grades 8th-12th. This program is designed to promote the Shooting Sports project and grow involvement. It teaches kids public speaking skills and provides opportunities to serve at Shooting Sports related events.
4-H is available to anyone grades 3rd-12th. If you or someone you know is interested in being in 4-H Shooting Sports contact your local AgriLife Extension Office for more information.
Article written by Ellie Daughtry.
Information for 2019-2020 District 11 Spring Spectacular is now available at the event website: https://d114-h.tamu.edu/district-11-4-h-spring-spectacular/. The event will be held Friday & Saturday,, May 1-2, 2020, in Victoria, TX.
Registration will be online at 4-H Connect. Regular registration will be open from February 15, 2020 – April 3, 2020. Late registration will be open from April 4 – 17, 2020.
The District 11 Storyboard committee is pleased to release information for the district contest. Information for the 2019-2020 District 11 Storyboard Contest is now available at the Spring Spectacular event website: https://d114-h.tamu.edu/district-11-4-h-spring-spectacular/. There are significant changes to this year’s contest.
- Contest is still a qualifying contest for all age divisions.
- Registration is SEPARATE from Spring Spectacular. Registration will be on 4-H connect. Regular registration will be from February 3, 2020-March 6, 2020 for $10. Late registration will be from March 7-13, 2020 for an additional $25.
- All storyboards will be judged DIGITALLY this year. A picture of the physical storyboard can be created digitally and submitted. All storyboards must be accompanied by the OFFICIAL storyboard label.
- Recognition for storyboards will take place at D11 Spring Spectacular. Participants are NOT required to be present. Awards will be mailed to county offices.
Information for the 2019-2020 District 11 Photography Contest (Junior & Intermediate) is now available at the event website: https://d114-h.tamu.edu/events-and-contests/photography/. The event will be held Monday – Friday, March 16-20, 2020, Online. Registration will be online at 4-H Connect.
Regular registration will be open from February 3, 2020 – March 1, 2020. Late registration will be open from March 2 – 8, 2020.