Alabama 4-H young people understand American agriculture.
Inspiring Kids to Do
The purpose of 4-H animal projects is to teach young people how to care for, feed, and exhibit their animals. In addition, 4-H animal projects provide young people with opportunities for personal growth, public speaking skills, and demonstrating knowledge and the importance of record keeping.
4-H is in every Alabama county
71,241 young people in Alabama 4-H
6,272 chickens raised
3 national winners
448 pigs raised
297 Rabbit Project participants
158 Horse Project participants
110 Beef Project participants
88 Dairy Poster participants
The Bottom Line
Alabama young people develop respect, responsibility, and trustworthiness by participating in 4-H animal projects as they prepare to become the next generation of leaders.
Visit www.alabama4h.com for more information.
Revised May 2022, State Impact: Animal Science, 4HYD-2405