Pullet Management

Youth livestock programs have long been considered as model programs for youth development and public understanding  of American agriculture. The obvious purpose of animal projects is to teach young people how to feed, fit and exhibit their animals. The more important purpose is to provide an opportunity for personal growth and development.

To enter this contest pullets must be pre-ordered in September by contacting Trish Barber and picked-up in October.  Exhibitors will register the best of 3 pullets as a pen in January and show this pen of 3 in March.  Pullets must have been purchased from the Fair Association to compete in this contest.  Pullets not purchased from the Fair Association will receive a participation ribbon only.

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  • Orders Postmarked by 2 October 2014
  • Must call in or email late orders by 5 October 2014 at 9pm
  • 6 White/Black Sexlink Chicks
  • Ziploc bag of Feed and a poultry feeder or waterer
  • Educational Material
  • Checks made-out to SRF
  • Show 3 best pullets as a pullet pen at the SRF in March 2015
  • Pick up will be Saturday 1 November 2014
  • Must order these chicks to enter contest

Exhibitors will register the best of 3 pullets as a pen in January and show this pen of 3 in March.  Pullets must be purchased from the Fair Association to compete in this contest.  Pullets not purchased from the Fair Association will receive a participation ribbon only.

Questions or late orders email, call or text:
Trisha Barber
352-949-3154

4-H Cloverbud members who are 5 years old by September 1 2015
CAN participate in this Poultry Project for a Green Ribbon of participation.