Hertford-Northampton Livestock Show and Sale
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Youth who are enrolled in the 4-H livestock program have the opportunity to learn about agriculture and livestock production as they develop an appreciation for the livestock industry. The experience of youth owning and working with animals; being responsible for their care, health, and growth; and exhibiting them in a competitive environment is a tremendous character-building process. The main objectives are to teach life skills and help participants become productive citizens of our society.
The Hertford-Northampton Livestock Show and Sale is a three county show consisting of Hertford, Northampton and Bertie counties. Youth that participate show lambs, goats, hogs, steers and heifers. This is a one day event that starts with the show beginning at 1 p.m. followed by the sale at 6 p.m.
The committee planning meetings are held at 7 p.m. the first Monday of every month at the Murfree Center, 201 East Broad Street, in Murfreesboro. Educational workshops for youth are held monthly during the meetings.
Check out all the important information you need here and come join us for this exciting program!
- Livestock Entry form
- 4-H Online Enrollment
- Rules and Bylaws
- Sponsor Recognition Form
- Show Participation Form
- Livestock Show and Sale Ten Commandments
- Bridgers Scholarship Application (Coming Soon)
- Project Record Books
- Show Day Date and Schedule – (Coming Soon)
Entry packets along with your registration payment are due February 3rd for early entry. If packets are turned in on or after March 3rd a late fee will apply. Packets may be turned in to the office or at the Livestock Committee meeting at the Murfree Center in Murfreesboro at 7 p.m.
For questions or more information contact Vicki Wiggins, Hertford County 4-H Agent.