Although the warmer temperatures of spring and summer are just wishful thinking, it’s time for 4-H members who want to participate in livestock projects to begin making plans. Kentucky 4-H requires that each member receive six or more hours of instruction in the various areas of livestock care, judging and general knowledge in order to participate in any 4-H livestock competition. In Washington County, 4-H members join the 4-H Hooves and Horns Club to learn about the livestock industry and earn their six hours.
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