This project is open to anyone interested in learning about beef, even if you don’t own beef cattle. Members will learn about several beef breeds and their health, anatomy, behaviour, breeding, nutrition, handling, judging and more.
In this project, you’ll learn:
- The history of the beef industry
- How to safely work with and handle cattle
- Tips on marketing and financial success
- How to be an advocate of a healthy beef industry
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Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security
Did you know?
Cattle like to travel in pairs or in groups of three. They are social animals and don’t like to be alone. Learn more about beef cattle through this 4-H project!