Thursday, June 28, 2018

July 2018 Newsletter

4-H Newsletter
The July 2018 Newsletter is now available. We have a lot of meetings and workshops in July. Make sure to read the newsletter carefully for upcoming events.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Feed Offer for 4-H Members

Feed Offer

Dear 4-H Members and Families, 

Tractor Supply on Springport Rd sold us their overstock of Kent feeds at a deep discount.  We want to pass this saving on to all of you.  The proceeds from the sale of this feed will go to the small animal poultry project.  The cost per bag for this feed is $8.00 per bag.  We have the following feeds and  have included a picture of the tags from each of the feed bags.

50 bags - Kent Goat feed non-medicated 16% protein
50 bags - Kent Goat feed non-medicated 18% protein
100 bags - Kent Home Fresh starter chick feed medicated 20% protein
30 bags - Kent Home Fresh Multi-Flock Chick N Game starter/grower non-medicated 22% protein
45 bags - Kent Show Meal 184 pig feed with 18% protein
30 bags - Kent Show Lamb Starter/Conditioner 45DQ medicated 20% protein

Please contact
T.J. McCully
Poultry Superintendent
Cell: 734-717-1466 Call or Text
The Feed in located in Concord

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Job Posting for Administrative Clerk

Job Posting
We are hiring a part time front desk Administrative Clerk at the Extension office. This position will cover the front desk on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Please pass this posting along to anyone that may be interested and encourage them to apply. We will be reviewing applicants soon.

To view and apply for this position, click here.

Friday, June 8, 2018

Newsletter and Fair Deadline

The June 2018 Newsletter in now available. Please read it carefully for upcoming workshops and deadlines.

Fair Entry Deadline
Fair Entry Forms for animal projects are due to the Fair Office (on Ganson) by Friday June 15th at 5:00. This is done in addition to any paperwork you have turned in to the Extension Office. Forms are located under the Fair Documents tab on our website.

Monday, May 7, 2018

May 2018 Newsletter

May Newsletter
The May 2018 Newsletter is now available. We have added a some workshops this month, be sure to check it out and sign up early. Space is limited in some of our classes.

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

April Newsletter

April 2018 Newsletter

The April Newsletter is now available. We have a lot of upcoming events in Jackson County. Make sure to read it carefully for upcoming deadlines and workshops.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

March 2018 Newsletter

March Newsletter
The March 2018 Newsletter is now available. Please check it for meeting dates and upcoming deadlines. Note that the livestock executive meeting date has changed. Also included is an update on PQA.

Saturday, February 3, 2018

February Newsletter

February Newsletter
The February Newsletter is now available. Please read it carefully for updates on events and an update on the Kyle Mason Samson Scholarship.

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

January Newsletter

The January 2018 Newsletter is now available. January and February are busy months for 4-H. Be sure to check it for upcoming meetings, deadlines, shows, and workshops.

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

December Newsletter

4-H Newsletter
The December 2017 Newsletter is now available. Please read it for upcoming meetings and events.

Monday, November 6, 2017

November 2017 Newsletter

4-H Newsletter
The November 2017 Jackson County 4-H Newsletter is now available. Please read it carefully for upcoming events and deadlines.

Monday, October 16, 2017

October 2017 Newsletter

October Newsletter
The October 2017 Newsletter is now available. Please check it for upcoming events and deadlines for reenrollment. 

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Important Goat Update

Goat Update
Please see the message below from our Goat Superintendents:

To All 4-H Goat Project members:

We have put into effect a new rule that all goat kids born for the 2018 Fair need to be born by April 1st. This applies to all breeds and includes does and wethers. Possession date for all goats is still May 1st.
That means breeding needs to get done as soon as possible. Goats bred this week would kid around February 15th (5 months or 150 days). And since does have a 21 day heat cycle this means we have only approximately 1 1/2 months to breed for an April 1st kidding date.
Please feel free to contact the goat superintendents with questions. Thank you!

Monday, September 18, 2017

Craft Show

Craft Show
We have a craft show fundraiser for the 4-H Small Animal Association this weekend. We are still accepting vendors. If you are interested in participating, please fill out a vendor application form and return it to Tina Esham at

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

September Meeting Updates

September 2017 Meetings

Tuesday, September 5th: 4-H Large Animal Leaders Meeting
     Sheep 6:00pm-7:00pm
     Beef 7:00pm-8:00pm
     Swine 8:00pm-9:00pm

Monday, September 11th: 4-H Council Meeting 7:00pm

Monday, September 11th: 4-H Horse Council Meeting 7:00pm

Tuesday, September 12th: 4-H Small Animal Association Meeting 7:00pm

Wednesday, September 13th: 4-H Livestock Association Meeting 7:00pm

Tuesday, September 19th: 4-H Foundation Meeting 6:00pm