- Date of Publication
- July 7, 2021
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Course Information This online course is designed for 4-H and FFA members participating in livestock projects. The curriculum is divided up into different age groups to provide each learner with appropriate, hands-on material. The primary objectives of the Quality Counts Program are to enable elementary through high school-age students to understand the relationship between good character and safe food practices and to apply knowledge regarding the ethical implications of livestock raising decisions. Questions about enrolling in the course?Watch this Quality Counts Enrollment Instruction video!
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