The 4-H Beef it Up project is designed to teach 4-H members recommended management practices for growing and raising beef. Your participation in the 4-H Beef It Up project will help you….
·Develop beef management skills
·Learn to produce a healthy finished beef product
·Develop an awareness for business management
·Develop record keeping skills
·Realize the pride of accomplishment
You will learn these practices by developing a 400-600 lb. steer calf into a 1,000+ lb. market ready steer
NOTE: This project is a stand-alone Beef project; not connected with the previously established Alabama Heifer & Steer project. It is designed as an introductory beef production project
Mandatory Informational meeting will be held August 29th beginning at 5:30 pm at the Marshall County Extension Office (Ground Floor of Guntersville Courthouse). This will be for any family signed up for the project OR interested in learning more.
Marshall County 4-H is excited to pilot a new way for high school members to remain involved in 4-H! Schools are encouraged to inform the Extension Office as soon as possible which Option will work best for them and their students!
Marshall County 4-H is piloting a new format for the 2017-18 school year where requested. Please see the following options and inform us what will work best for you, your students, and both of your schedules.
Option A: Traditional
Traditional clubs will meet once per month, at the school, with a business meeting, educational program and 1-2 contests per month. 4-H Agent will conduct each meeting.
Option B: Virtual
Virtual clubs will meet once per month, at the school, at any time available to the 4-H club leader and their students. Club leaders will receive an email at the beginning of the month with a video from the Extension Office along with links to any pertinent information for that month. 1-2 contests per month; due to 4-H Club leader.
Option C: Blended
Blended clubs will receive all contest rules and guidelines for the entire year at September club meeting. Students work at their own pace with contest projects. Extension Agent will come to classroom once monthly for updated business and upcoming events.
The Marshall County 4-H Office is now accepting applications for individuals interested in serving on the Marshall County 4-H Youth Council for the 2017-2018 4-H year.
What is Youth Council?
Youth Council is involved in the following endeavors throughout the 4-H year: planning and implementing community service projects, acting as the face of 4-H while assisting at county 4-H sponsored events, and helping determine which curriculum is used and which activities are included in programming for the 4-H club year. We have lots of fun, and serving on 4-H County Council is a wonderful leadership opportunity that will benefit you in all you do in the future.
Haven’t thought of yourself as a leader before? This may be the perfect opportunity!!!
What do the members say?
“It’s given me a chance to step out of my comfort zone, make new friends, and become a leader”.
Call the Extension Office at (256) 582-2009 or email Mrs. Roberson at email@example.com