University of Maryland Extension

4-H Animal Programs

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Due to the current COVID-19 situation and decisions made by the State 4-H Office based on guidance from campus and the governor's office our livestock tagging and weighing has been cancelled. The priority of 4-H is the health and safety of both our 4-H families and staff. Click here for the document from the State Office with the updated Animal Science Project procedures for tagging, weighing, ID, rate of gain, and registration. Please read this document, and contact us via email if you have any questions. Be aware that the current situation is constantly changing, which means the updates in this document might also change if the situation requires.  

 

4-H Livestock Registration Forms

 Please take the time to complete your registration forms using the links below. Submitting your registration online will allow you to receive an emailed receipt of your registration form. 

Click here to submit your Maryland Poultry, Rabbit, Cavy Registration online:       https://forms.gle/yyAbV9RzpLEuWLoJA

Click here to submit your Baltimore County Maryland 4-H Livestock Registration online: https://forms.gle/4BgFQ2mFkKTG8MrN9

Baltimore County: Maryland 4-H Horse and Pony Identification Form 
Baltimore County: Maryland 4-H Dog Identification Form  

 

 

The 2020 Maryland 4-H On-Line Animal Husbandry and Quality Assurance (AHQA) program is Open!

All 4-H members enrolled in alpacas, beef, dairy, goats, horse and pony, llamas, poultry, sheep, swine and rabbits are required to have completed the on-line training to be eligible to exhibit their project animals in the 2020 Baltimore County Virtual Livestock Sale and State 4-H Shows. Members must be current on their AH&QA completion requirements to be eligible to exhibit animals at 2020 Maryland 4-H shows (and potential variations of Maryland 4-H shows that might be offered due to COVID-19). 

 Members may click here to access the AHQA program.

The 2020 program must be completed using Firefox, Chrome or Safari web browsers.  

 

Maryland 4-H Animal Science Program

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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