Montana 4-H offers a wide variety of projects for youth participation.
Projects are lead by our wonderful volunteer Superintendents who have a special expertise or interest in the project.
You can find out more about projects and project requirements in the 2021 Clover.
If you have a project question, reach out to the Project Superintendent.
You can find a list of all Superintendents in the 4-H Council Directory or specific Superintendents on the project pages.
Occasionally, if we don't have a superintendent to lead a project, the youth can still complete the project through self-directed, independent learning. Please contact the Extension Office.
- To see record book check instructions for each project, please click HERE.
Animal Quality Assurance Training
- All 4-H members (and a parent or guardian) enrolled in any livestock project, including breeding and dairy projects, must become certified through Animal Quality Assurance training.
- Livestock projects include: swine, goat, lamb, beef, rabbit, poultry, and dairy.
- You must attend this training if this is your first year raising a livestock animal
- You must attend this training if your name is highlighted in red on the list below.
- This list is sorted alphabetically by your last name.
- If it says 'Inactive' next to your name, we did not receive your enrollment forms.
- If it says 'No Animal Project', we do not have you enrolled in a market or breeding project.
- Call the Extension Office or contact your Club Leader for more information.
- Failure to keep up on your annual Animal Quality Assurance certification will mean you cannot show or sell your animal at the Fair.
- Quality Assurance PowerPoint from Feed Workshop
- Animal Quality Assurance (AQA) Training Options:
- There will be no in person trainings this year
- You have three other options:
- Contact a neighboring county and attend one of their trainings
- Complete a training online for $12 with the Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) Provide the certificate to the Extension Office.
- For instructions on how to create an account to take this online certification, please read these instructions.
- Biosecurity for Youth Caring for Livestock is a FREE, virtual, interactive course. Complete all four online modules HERE, print and provide certificates to the Extension Office.
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