4-H Livestock Projects - Davis County

Graphic for livestock camp held on october 14 2021

Jr. Livestock

Youth showing blue ribbon off with sheep at fair

The Utah 4-H Livestock Program is designed for those youth with interest in livestock and livestock events. 

The 4-H Livestock program is an educational, activity-oriented, and fun program for those who become involved.

Goat Program

Youth showing goat

Youth have the opportunity to raise their goat projects throughout the year and then exhibit them at the Davis County Fair in August and the Utah State Fair in September.

Davis County also has the only 4-H Pack Goat Program and Obstacle Course for Goats in Utah.

Turkey Program

Turkey Poult

The 4-H Turkey Program is for youth ages 8 to 18.

4-H youth order turkey poults in the spring, receive them in July, and raise the turkeys all summer and fall. Turkeys are then taken to the Utah Jr. Turkey Show held in Bothwell, Utah the second week in November.

Rabbit Club

rabbit

This County Club is for 4-H members wanting to learn more about rabbits, raising rabbits, and what rabbits can be used for. 

The club will elect youth leaders that will help run meetings and plan a club rabbit day camp!

Questions Regarding Livestock and Animal Programs? Contact: 

Staff photo



Jenna Aldrich 

4-H Youth Agriculture Coordinator

435-919-1329 | jenna.aldrich@usu.edu  

Areas of Expertise: Horse and Livestock Programs, Baby Animal Days