The county fair . . . what a great time it is! Every summer, families flock to county fairs to see the latest 4-H project exhibits. Exhibiting is a fun and educational way for youth to showcase their project work to judges and to the public. Judging materials are supported by Bill Shaw in memory of his wife, Shirley.
There’s so much more to learn in the 4-H Horse Project. Just follow these links!
American Horse Council National trade association representing the horse industry in Washington, D.C.Site addresses concerns of the national identification system and how the horse industry is responding and what it means to horse owners and breeders.
American Youth Horse Council AYHC is a on-profit organization providing leadership and resources for the youth horse industry. AYHC develops and distributes educational materials, promotes communication and provides training opportunities to those looking to teach kids about horses. Site features activities, events, resources and many horse-related related links.
National 4-H Online Horse Project Visit this site for additional National 4-H Horse Project activities, information and links.
PetStation Site is a directory of information about all types of pets, including dogs, cats, birds, horses, amphibians, reptiles, small mammals, aquarium fish and more.
Saddle and Sirloin Club UW-Madison student club that organizes and administers the Little International Horse Show, Badger Kick-off Classic Steer and Heifer Show, and the Badger Bonanza Lamb Show.
UW-Extension State Horse Specialist: Horse UW-Extension Horse site with links to the Horse Pasture Management Course, Wisconsin State Horse Council, and more.
Wisconsin State Fair Park Various horse-related events held at the state fairgrounds throughout the year, West Allis, WI.
Wisconsin State Horse Council Council promotes the state’s equine industry through leadership, education, service and communication.
For more information on the 4-H Horse Project, contact the following: