Texas 4-H Goats Project

Type
Project
Offered by
https://agrilifeextension.tamu.edu/asset-local/texas-4-h-agriculture-livestock-program/
Goat eating a carrot

Overview

The 4-H goat project offers outstanding opportunities for individuals to gain experience in decision-making, record keeping, responsibility, sportsmanship and leadership.

Contact

Dottie Goebel
Extension Program Specialist

The meat goat project involves raising and caring for live animals while learning about animal health, nutrition, breeding, selection, and marketing. The 4-H goat project offers outstanding opportunities for individuals to gain experience in decision-making, record keeping, responsibility, sportsmanship and leadership.

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