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Animal Science Virtual Summer Programming

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Down on the 4-H Farm

This program will provide an overview of 8 different animal science categories:

  • cattle (beef & dairy)
  • companion animals
  • horse
  • poultry
  • small ruminants (sheep & goats)
  • swine

This is a fun learning experience allowing youth to learn about animals even if they aren’t raised on a farm. Youth will learn about where their food and byproducts come from. Youth will also learn about the companion animals that you can find in houses that aren’t on the farm.

Ages: 9-14, but will be a great fit for any youth with a beginner to intermediate level knowledge of animal science.

Registration Cost: Free

Materials: None

Delivery method: Virtual. THIS PROGRAM IS OFFERED IN A SELF-PACED, ASYNCHRONOUS FORMAT. As a family, you can decide how much or how little time you would like to invest in the activities and work the programs into your existing summer schedule as needed.

Open to all youth. 4-H membership is NOT required.

Space is limited for some thematic areas. REGISTRATION CLOSES ON AUGUST 14 at 5 p.m., ACCESS TO VIRTUAL CONTENT IS AVAILABLE UNTIL AUGUST 31. Get your ticket.

Sessions open for use on June 15, 2020.

Contact Taylor Jenkins for more information: taylor_jenkins@ncsu.edu


*This program is still in development and details may change.