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Jackson County LogoThe Jackson County Extension office provides assistance and programs for citizens in five main areas: Agriculture, Horticulture, Family and Consumer Science, Natural Resources and 4-H Youth Programs.

3-20-17 4-H memo

Good Morning All,

MANDITORY 4-H HORSE PROJECT ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING! THIS Tuesday, March 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the SCD Basement at 312 5th Street.

This is a MANDITORY meeting for all horse project members!

4-H Leaders will discuss project requirements, expectations and answer questions. Families currently enrolled in the Jackson County 4-H Horse Project will cast one vote per family regarding whether to amend our  Jackson County helmet rule.  We will also be making decisions about which classes to include in the 2017 North Park Fair Horse Show.

We apologize for the last minute request but it is important that all horse families attend!  Please contact your 4-H Leader if you have questions.

March Council meeting will be, Tuesday April 11th @ 6:30 pm.
Dr. Lanny Weddle will be at this council meeting to discuss the Veterinary Feed Directive and answer any questions. Bring a feed tag for discussion, if you have any.

4-H Online Enrollment: Please get enrolled TODAY!!!
Shooting Sports Members: Please get enrolled before March 23rd.
Dog & Horse Id’s are due May 1st. If you are a returning member you must reactivate your horse or dog each year.
Swine, Lamb, Goat, Rabbit & Poultry members must be enrolled before June 3rd weigh-in

Animal Sales:

If you are looking for places to purchase your fair animals, we have a folder at the Extension Office with Flyers.

Save the Date!! Northwest Colorado EXPO is in Kremmling, CO this year, June 12th-15th!!! Registration Packets will be available soon

Shooting Sports Leader Trainings
Mesa County- March 31-April 2
Larimer County- April 7-9
Eagle County- April 28-30
Please let the Extension Office know if you are interested in attending a Shooting Sports leader training.

Please call the Extension Office at 723-4298 if you have questions

Have a great one!

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