Clay County 4-H has formed a new club focused on members who’s may interest in the organization lies in showing animals.
The first meeting of the Clay County 4-H Livestock Club will be held on Sunday, Sept. 30 at 2 p.m. at the Clay County Farm Bureau building.
The Livestock Club is open to 4-H members and their families interested in raising and showing livestock projects such as beef cattle, pigs, goats and sheep. Meeting topics will primarily focus on selection of animals, feeding and nutrition, animal health and showmanship.
Those interested do not already have to be enrolled in 4-H to attend the meeting, and are urged to attend and see what 4-H can do for them.
Greg Koetter will lead the club. For more information, contact Koetter at (940) 882-9556, or Ag Agent Missy Hodgin at the Clay County Extension office at (940) 538-5042.