4-H Resources & Forms

MHSA Horse Bowl

MHSA, Boone County Extension & Stephens College Equestrian Studies Department are pleased to offer the opportunity to participate in a Horse Bowl Competition on January 27, 2018 on the Stephens College campus, to all youth ages 18 & under. Although membership in MHSA, 4-H, FFA and Pony Club is encouraged, any youth is eligible to compete.

 

Teams, comprised of four individuals, will compete for scholarships and other prizes. Honors will be awarded that evening at the MHSA Awards Gala, also held on the Stephens College campus.

 

Registration - Due January 12

Event Flyer

 

The Extension Service has compiled an exhaustive list of questions and answers, drawn from primary sources, which are used in 4-H Horse Bowl competitions across the United States.

 

Practice Questions:

Additional information about Horse Bowls can be found on the Missouri 4-H website at http://4h.missouri.edu/horses/Horsebowl_rules .

 

County Resources & Forms

4-H'er Highlight

Show Me Quality Assurance

The Show Me Quality Assurance (SMQA) Program emphasizes good managment practices in the handling and use of animal health products, and encourages producers to review their approach to their herds' health programs. By completing this program, producers demonstrate their commitment to animal production. The entire industry benefits from widespread producer commitment to the program. The program, if put into practice by the majority of U.S. producers, will help the industry protect or even expand its market. This will be accomplished by reducing the risk of incidents that could destroy consumer confidence.

All production livestock project members must complete the training the first and second year they are enrolled in beef, goats, poultry, rabbits, sheep, and/or swine. Then they must complete it again once they turn 14.

Link to SMQA Training: http://www.agebb.missouri.edu/smqa/

 

Statewide Resources

Missouri 4-H Website
Missouri 4-H Projects
4-H Materials and Forms
4-H Volunteers
Missouri State Fair