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  • 2017 Horse Project

    2017 Horse Project Training is beginning on Saturday, May 20th from 9:00 to 11:00 am at the Steele County Fairgrounds Horse Arena. See the training schedule for all of the dates. Your horse(s) will be to be ID on 4HONLINE by May 15th, along with a current Coggins Test. The training fee (per 4-H'er) is $15.00 this year, payable to Steele County 4-H. Please drop off or send payment to the Steele County Extension Office before training begins.
  • 2017 Livestock ID Information

    2017 Animal Science Project ID Information - DEADLINE MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017 For Breeding Beef. Sheep, Swine, Dairy, Dairy Goat, Meat Breeding Goat, Market Goat, Rabbit, Lama, Poultry, Horse, & Dog Again this year, Minnesota 4-H is using its online enrollment system, 4HOnline, to record all animal identifications. 4HOnline has the capability of tracking animal ownership and identification data and has been used successfully in other states. PLEASE NOTE: You will NOT be able to identify any animals until you have enrolled or re-enrolled as a 4-H member this year in 4HOnline.
  • 2017 4-H Dog Training

    Important Information for 4-H'ers interested in the dog project.
  • 2017 Softball Season

    Steele County 4-H would like to invite you to participate in our 4-H softball program. It’s easy, all you need to do is get a group of youth together that would like to play softball. Here is all you need to know!
  • 2017 Summer Camp Counselor

    Be a camp counselor for Summer Camp 2017. Application deadline is February 24, 2017.
  • LQA&E Training

    Livestock Quality Assurance and Ethics workshops. Do you need to complete it this year?
  • LQA&E Training

    Are you State Fair age (grades 6-13) and/or will you be exhibiting swine at the 2017 County Fair? If so, you need to complete LQA&E training this year if you did not take it in 2015 or 2016. If you have taken the training before but are not sure when, you can find that out by going to 4honline - the year you took the training and the expiration date is listed under your name on your family page. Read more if you need the training this year - workshops fill up fast!
  • 4-H Graduation

    4-H'ers who have graduated from high school or have completed their first year beyond high school are eligible to graduate from 4-H.
  • Steele County 4-H Ambassadors

    The Steele County 4-H Ambassador program is open to all 4-H youth who are in 7th grade or higher.
  • Fall Leader Training

    'Vibrant Youth, Vibrant Clubs - Leadership Takes a Village' is the theme of the November 15 Fall Leader Training
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