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Carrollton 4-H Club Welcomes Spring

Members of Carrollton 4-H Club always look forward to the April club meeting. Not only were members excited about the meeting being held in a huge old wooden barn but it also signified the end of winter and the start of new animal projects. The family of Avery Dull graciously hosted the meeting on their Westminster farm. Members discussed their livestock projects and all of the evening's demonstrations and activities revolved around life on the farm.
This year, five members gave livestock demonstrations:

Avery Dull - "From Show Calf to Breeding Cow"

Gannon and Owen Hackler - " How to Care for Your Chicken"

Caleb Chamelin - " How to Bottle Feed a Baby Goat"

Nick Jones - " It's Not Too Late to Get a Chick"

Left to Right:

Avery Dull, Nick Jones, Gannon Hackler, Owen Hackler, and Caleb Chamelin

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