38 of the best articles & videos that I can find about the 4-H.
4-H is the biggest youth organization in the these United States of America with over six million participants, 540,000 volunteers, 3,500 professionals and a whopping 60 million alumni!
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On a turkey farm, 4-H meets slow food Mother Jones
How 4-H took Big Ag money without selling out Mother Jones
We walk our pigs in Oakland Mother Jones
They know the drill – Georgia’s Spalding County 4-H Drill Team Southern States
Animals will break your heart High Plains/Midwest AG Journal
Autistic scientist, Temple Grandin, talks of humane humane animal care Chicago Sun Times
4-H alumnus Bob Saum reflects on leadership experience Farm and Dairy
For the love of farming Farm and Dairy (comment: farmers talk about their love for their lives)
Ohio 4-H alum makes his mark internationally Farm and Dairy
Today 4-H camp focuses on science Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Is 4-H only about farm animals and trees? Nope SanBrunoPatch
Love of agriculture drives man’s passion for collecting farm toys by Fred Hendricks @ Farm and Dairy
4-H clubs flourish with crop of urban locavores by Lisa Wallace @ SFGate
Success one clip at a time Farm and Dairy
The Ayers Theory: E=mc2 by Bonnie Ayers @ Farm and Dairy
Hershey caps 4-H career with horses as world pinto champ Farm and Dairy
An awesome website from Addison Richards, the owner of Forefront Farms and a member of the Canfield Clover Kids 4-H Club…he only farms 3 acres with pastured broilers, turkeys, guineas, eggs, organic heirloom vegetables, and rabbits.
Greetings from nowhere Farm and Dairy: (comment: a good retort to those who say that folks living on farms have “nothing to do and nowhere to do it”)
Farm dream boils down to one thing; Family Farm and Dairy: (comment: after living in Atlanta for over 20 years and being raised in one of the biggest farming counties in Georgia, I can relate to this man quite well)
Safety engineers urge tractor safety Farm and Dairy (comment: the agricultural industry has the highest rate of occupational fatalities …it’s estimated that one half of tractors in use today don’t have rollover protection services(ROPS) in place)
Our youth are the future of agriculture by Bonnie Ayers @ Farm and Dairy (excerpt: “Experts forecast a 50 percent growth in the world’s population to about 9 billion in the next 40 years,” he said. “That increase will require a doubling in food production!”)
Best advice for 4-H’ers: “Shows are won at home.” Farm and Dairy
Youth need the foundation 4-H provides letter to the editor @ Farm and Dairy
4-H made me a leader: a college-level alumni perspective of leadership life skill development Jessica Anderson, Jacklyn Bruce & Lauren Mouton
Family and 4-H cultivate achievement for the Teggatz’s Iowa State University College of Human Sciences
Library exhibit tells the story of 4-H North Carolina State University Agriculture and Life Sciences
The history of 4-H:
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