The Cass County 4-H program holds a special place in the hearts of the 4-H families, volunteers and community supporters. Each person involved has an impact on the 4-H youth in Cass County.
Even with the rise of robotics competitions, 3D printed 4-H projects and virtual workshops, 4-H still allows youth to meet face-to-face and learn basic skills.
“…for my club, my community, my country and my world.” Each piece of the 4-H pledge holds special meaning to the Pierce County 4-H program
Burt County 4-H is immersed in tradition. The Burt County Fair has been the climax of the summer for generations of 4-H youth, with daily 4-H livestock shows and ribbons adorning 4-H the projects proudly on display.
Students in Thedford FFA and ag education have been busy this year. Along with general education in plant and animal science, the program added a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) laser engraver to complement the capstone course titled CNC Design. The machine is manufactured by Laguna Tools a…
With a very small group of only 10 high school members and 19 junior high school members, the chapter has had many opportunities to meet new friends, learn new things and travel around the state and country.
When you think about the Aksarben Stock Show in Grand Island, you might think of the large steers that line the floor of Five Points Bank Arena.
"We like to take the opportunity to give back to our community.'
The chapter takes great pride in educating the youth and fellow FFA members about career paths in agriculture.
A recent rollover fatality involving a small utility tractor in southeastern Nebraska is a wake-up call to the dangers involved in operating older tractors without roll over protection.
Celebrity chefs gave these FFA kids a lesson in butchering, culturing and curing meat.
International trade and policy is one of three tracks students can explore at the Summer Ag Academy in Fargo, N.D.
Nearly 100 kids are already registered for this all-day workshop focused on animal science. It’s a day packed with information about getting involved in the livestock industry and discovering careers in animal science.
"It has been a great year for the Meridian FFA chapter! We are excited for what the future holds for our chapter!"
The Stock Dog Team is one of many team opportunities for students at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis, offering students the chance to train herding dogs.
It all started in the summer with our HTRS FFA farm-to-school garden.
Students age 14-18 with an interest in rangeland management, conservation, ecology, animal science and wildlife are encouraged to attend the 59th Nebraska Youth Range Camp at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis.
Twenty-two adult volunteers, one 4-H member, and a family of volunteers are being recognized with 2023 Nebraska 4-H Volunteer Awards.
“I use art to convey the beauty and detail I see in the natural world."
“It’s not just the animals or the crops. ... They actually see what agriculture is in a larger sense.”
To win the lottery, all you need it luck, right? Not with the 4-H lottery pig program.
“When we heard the camp had burned down, it was a total heartbreak for all of us.”
The message at the Nebraska Legislature hearing regarding LB 281 was loud and clear: rebuilding a youth camp facility near Halsey, Nebraska is necessary.
Madison FFA is taking action to educate its youth about the realities of agriculture through a wide variety of classes, community activities and partnerships.
The Sandy Creek FFA chapter in Fairfield, Nebraska, is off to a great start this school year.