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4-H Friday Focus

 

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February 2021

If you’re not on Facebook, we have another way to stay in touch and up to date.  Have you checked out our YouTube Channel? Lots of great learning videos from all of our Agents! Click the icon and visit our page!

We’d love to hear feedback from you about this listserve: helpful or not? Ideas for improvement? What is the best way of connecting with you and/or your club? Do you want to share your 4-H happenings with our District?

This week’s advice is from Andrea Knoll, Finney County Goat Superintendent:

“Keep your goat between you and the judge:  To change the side of the goat you’re walking next to, do a roll turn.  If you’re walking clockwise with the lead in your right hand, just before you get to the judge, turn around the front of your goat and change to your left hand.  You can reach over your goat to set the legs that are on the far side from you.  Always set the legs closest to the judge first.”

“Be a good loser (or winner):  After the judge determines rankings, they explain their reasons for awarding placements as they did.  Listen closely to their reasons.  Regardless of your placing, congratulate the class winners and other owners who placed ahead of you.  If you won tell other class competitors good job!”

 

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