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  • Remember: The state animal ID deadline is May 15

    Learn how to identify your animals online or through the paper ID process.
  • Nobles County 4-H Livestock ID information - enter online by May 15

    NEW IN 2015--ALL Nobles County 4-H families will be REQUIRED to enter ALL animal IDs online using: **Extension Staff will no longer be entering IDs.** IDs must be entered online by 11:59 p.m. on May 15th, 2015. You will not be able to enter nor change data after that time. Cloverbuds are not required to ID animals nor submit ID worksheets--you will receive cloverbud stalling information closer to the fair.
  • Nobles County Win-A-Pig Information

    Nobles County 4-H announces the Win A Pig Competition for 4-H members in the county who are actively involved in or are planning to be involved in the Minnesota 4-H Swine Project. The winning entrant will receive a market pig (gilt or barrow) which will be at least two months of age at the time of selection. The market pig will be donated by the Dale and Kathy Solt of Nobles County. Application due by April 14th
  • SW MN 4-H Camp June 17-18 Grades 7-8

    A 24 hour camp designed to provide campers who just completed grades 7 & 8, age appropriate activities that challenge, excite, and encourage youth to experience camping in a whole new way! We’ll explore leadership and what skills a leader has and uses as well as recreation, campfire and more!
  • SW MN 4-H Camp June 24-26 2015 Grades 3-6

    4-H Residential Camp is for youth in 3rd - 6th grades held at Shetek Lutheran Ministries Camp on Lake Shetek. This full service facility offers cabins, a full menu of great food, and a wide variety of recreational activities including swimming, canoeing and campfires! Early Bird Rates until May 1, regular rates til May 15, extended rates by June 1st
  • 2015 4-H Rube Goldberg rule book now available

    Sign up by May 15 for this year's challenge!
  • Message from Dorothy: 4-H project time begins again

    Dorothy highlights the self-directed learning Minnesota 4-H’ers experience when working on projects.
  • Minnesota's 4-H horse program needs volunteers!

    We need your help to make the Minnesota 4-H Horse Expo Tack Sale a success -- learn how you can help.
  • Become a Wasp Watcher!

    Find out how you can help save trees from invasive pests with the Wasp Watcher program.
  • Join the 4-H lama judge training clinic

    Interested in judging county fair 4-H lama shows? This clinic is for you.
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