Learn how 4-H youth can participate in the county fair, include the fair book, exhibit entry form, small animal forms and more!
Box Elder 4-H Community Clubs
Find which clubs are suitable for you! At Box Elder 4-H there's a wide variety, including clubs for youth who have interest in rabbits, chicken, dogs, shooting, gardening, horses and more!
Working Ranch Horse
The Working Ranch Horse Program teaches youth techniques in handling livestock. This includes skills in roping, sorting cattle, and fence work.
The 4-H Horse Program is for youth 3rd-12th grade. Youth come together for spring clinics, horse camp, service projects, fundraisers, summer horse shows, horse achievement and more!Learn More
Market Livestock & Poultry
The 4-H and FFA junior livestock program in Box Elder County is a large youth livestock program which is held each year in conjunction with the Box Elder County Fair and Rodeo. This program provides an excellent opportunity to teach youth about livestock husbandry, work ethic, responsibility as well as interaction with other people and fair play.
The 4-H Teen Council is a group of teen 4-H members who work cooperatively with the County Extension Staff in planning and implementing County 4-H Events. Its a resume builder and provides youth with leadership opportunities and social expansion.