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4-H sheep project [1978] Public Deposited

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  • When you start your sheep project, you will become part of an industry that returns millions of dollars to farmers each year. As a 4-H member you will be caring for one of the oldest domesticated farm animal. Wool has been used for clothing since the days of the earlier settlers, and flocks of sheep have supplied both food and fiber throughout the development of our country. You will gain valuable experience and training related to sheep production as a career. You will have fun as you learn about this exciting industry. Your 4-H sheep project will provide an opportunity for you: To learn how to select and raise sheep. To learn to accept responsibility by having an animal of your own to care for regularly. To develop business ability by having a business of your own. To learn how to keep and use records. To learn how animals live and produce their young. To learn proper feeding, insect and parasite control, and proper management of sheep.
  • Published July 1978. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog
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