Youth for the Quality Care of Animals
Youth will learn about reading feed tags, giving shots, and more! Classes open to all youth as a learning opportunity regardless of where you plan to show!
Montgomery April 25 at 6:45 pm Extension office
Labette April 21st at 6:45 p.m. Altamont City Park
Crawford April 12 6:30 Extension office
Wilson April 6 6:30 Extension office
YQCA training is required for youth (ages 7-21) who will be showing livestock at the Kansas State Fair or the Kansas Junior Livestock Show. The YQCA website is,https://yqcaprogram.org/ . Use your 4-H Online user name and password to login. Instructions for signing up for classes and printing completed certificate: click here.
Following the training, please log back in to take a post-course survey and access your certificate!
Contact Will firstname.lastname@example.org or 620-724-8233 to make arrangements to get tags!
Market Steers and Market Heifers: May 1st
Commercial Heifers: June 15
Registered Breeding heifers: N/A
Market Lambs and Commercial Ewes: June 15
Registered Breeding Ewes: N/A
Market Hogs: June 15
Purebred Breeding Gilts: N/A
Commercial Breeding Gilts: June 15
ALL Meat Goats: June 15
(no registered breeding doe show)
Tagging instructions, checklists, declaration and nomination paperwork will be printed for you and delivered with your tags or you can print it yourself at: https://www.asi.k-state.edu/research-and-extension/youth-programs/nominated-livestock/
Fair Information Page (Here)
4-H at your Fingertips
Download the Wildcat District 4-H on the Go App now!
Kansas 4-H Scholarship Opportunities Webpage
All applications and corresponding requested materials must be submitted by March 1st, 2022. If you have any questions about the scholarship application process, please contact email@example.com.
Youth who should be applying for this scholarship should be in their Senior year in High School OR OLDER (we have many scholarships that are available to youth who are Freshman-Senior in Post-Secondary Education and some that are available to Vet Med Students).
Camp scholarships are available through 4-H Council thanks to the generous donations in the community.
These are limited to one per-youth per-year. To be eligible you must complete a talk or demonstration at County 4-H Club Days or participate in Favorite Foods Contest. The scholarship will be refunded up to $100 upon the
youths return from camp. This is a great way for youth to experience more youth development opportunities!
Please call Will if you have any questions.
Crawford County 4-H Camp Scholarship opportunity! Form Here
Are you a Crawford County 4-H member and would love to attend a 4-H Camp/State 4-H Activity? Then we have an opportunity for you to help pay for that experience. You can get can get a scholarship for $100. You must complete a minimum of 2 hours of community service at the Crawford County fairgrounds as well as a minimum of 2 hours of community service in the community that you live in. Service completed at the fairgrounds must be signed off by Will. Hours completed in the community must be signed off by a non-family member (4-H volunteer events count), and you must have submitted a record book from the previous year. Hours and the completed application must be completed and turned in by May 1st. Service hours must be completed between May 1 of current year and prior to the deadline of the next year. Camp/activity registrations and fees must be paid in full. Scholarship will be awarded upon youths return from camp/activity. Application can be found on our website. This scholarship is make possible by Carolyn Zagonel and the Americas Farmers Grow Communities Donation from Bayer Fund.
Wildcat District Education Foundation Scholarships
Anna Mae Brown Memorial Scholarship
Open to any youth, not dependent on 4-H enrollment. Applies to college juniors or seniors (completed 60 hours) enrolled in one of the following:
Pittsburg State University
- Family & Consumer Sciences
- Family & Consumer Sciences Education
Kansas State University
- Early Childhood Education
- Family Consumer Science Education
- Human Development and Family Science
Application due July 1, annually. For more information please refer to the application
4-H Club Day's
County Club Day is usually the first Saturday in February!
Club Day Results
Regional Club Day istypically the first Saturday in March!
4-H Club Day Resources
Record Books & Membership Pins
Find your record book and membership forms (HERE)
4-H Fee Information
Online meeting tips for 4-H Clubs
Any interested in holding a club, project, volunteer, or other 4-H meeting during the quarantine period are encouraged to do so online. We recommend Zoom and tips for setting up a zoom meeting safely are included in this tip sheet. A basic zoom account has a 40 minute time limit 4-H agents can help you A. use a school email from someone in your club to bypass the time limit or B. set up the meeting with our K-State emails to bypass the time limit. Let us know how we can help you!
Zoom bypassing the 40-minute time limit FAQ: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/360041264451-K-12-School-Time-Limit-Removal-Request-FAQ