Local 4H Gardnerville, Nev

Updated on February 01, 2008
K.P. asks from Gardnerville, NV
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I am looking for information on how to start my daughter in 4H. She is 7 and we have 2 pygmy goats that she could use. I'm not sure if there are any other qualifications to join. How and where would be great?
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answers from San Francisco on

kimberly here is a nomber and email address for 4h
www.4h-usa.org. I hope this help you out
phone no.###-###-####
sencerly you Valera R

ask around the school firer house the grosery store. Have your daughter to ask around to some of here freinds.that place ins no that big .lived ther once i loved it to excppensive for me.

they have a good place to get good food if you all want to chek out. what about the town hall.
here is my email address for if you would like to contact me again.

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Sencerly your V..

you can email me anytime you need I have window live hot mail
just in case you need to chat. I really hope you find what your look for.

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answers from Salinas on

In California (I just signed up my 7 yr old twins)the kids can be in 4-H, but cannot show large animals until they are 9 years old. My girls can do chickens and rabbits. Since I am the goat leader...I am purchasing Nigerian Dwarf goats for the girls to be registered under their name and they will show "open division" at the fair. Hopefully they will have two years experience by the time the 4-H group allows them to show with them. I heard it was a liability issue. California tends to be a bit stricter on the rules, so you might need to follow up with your local group. I found the info by going on the internet and doing a search for 4-H and my county. Good Luck !

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answers from Sacramento on

Hi! I'm in Gardnerville/Minden and have volunteered for 4H in the past. I believe you can get current info by calling teh UNR agriculture co-op at ###-###-#### or visit the 4H website at www.4h-usa.org.

There was also an article in today's Record Courier about goats - check it out!

Hope this helps...

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