4-H Livestock Committee
The mission of the Teton County Livestock Committee will ethically guide the integrity of 4-H members to be successful in their animal projects and will conduct the Teton County 4-H show and sale in the same manner. We will be true, honest, and forthright in all dealings in our community. We will set a positive example and encourage camaraderie among all those involved in the Teton County 4-H program.
- To teach a greater understanding of meat animal evaluation, livestock husbandry, and ethical showmanship.
- To provide incentive and to encourage greater participation in livestock projects.
- To provide leadership opportunities for youth within the committee structure.
- To recognize members who do quality work in selecting, feeding, and showing livestock projects.
- To provide 4-H members an opportunity to have their market livestock projects evaluated.
- To establish rules and enforce compliance of regulations for participation in the Teton County Fair.
- To examine and act upon issues and concerns expressed by the membership.
- To create opportunities for youth to grow and to do their best, both individually and collectively in their livestock projects.
- To provide opportunity for positive intergenerational learning and service to our community
All currently enrolled 4-H members and certified volunteers/leaders may self-select to join the Teton County 4-H Livestock Committee. This may be done through enrollment forms and committee selection each year. Voting members may join at any time during the regular 4-H enrollment process and until December 1st of the current 4-H year.
For more information:
4-H Livestock Committee Constitution and By-laws