Developing Individuals, Growing Stewards (DIGS) takes youth on a journey through the world of Western agriculture, from the importance of Colorado’s natural resources to observing trait selection in livestock to reading basic maps.
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The Ag Conference provides the latest local and regional research information available for producers to not only improve their operations, but to become more successful.
Amelia Macy of Larimer County 4-H authored an updated Poultry Handbook. The previous version of the handbook was published in the 1940s.
In today’s agricultural business environment of high input costs and slim or non-existent margins, marketing skills are essential.
The Colorado Master Gardener program is a unique intersection between University Horticulture expertise and community volunteers interested in educating locally.
Every year, the 4-H community nationwide celebrates National 4-H Week, showcasing the experiences 4-H offers youth and inviting new members to join the 4-H family.
Home canning can be dangerous if tested recipes and processing instructions are not followed, especially at high altitude.