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University of Idaho Extension, Bonneville County

Mailing Address:
1542 East 73rd South
Idaho Falls, ID 83404

Phone: 208-529-1390

Email: bonneville@uidaho.edu

Web: uidaho.edu/bonneville

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4-H Youth Development

Enroll through the 4-H Online website. If you have questions about the enrollment process, please contact the UI Extension, Bonneville County office at 208-529-1390 or kweiland@uidaho.edu.

Please visit the UI Extension 4-H Youth Development website to view and download the project forms listed below:

Livestock Projects

  • Animal Record Book
  • Involvement Report
  • Permanent Individual Animal Record
  • Beginning Planning Sheets
  • Growth Charts

Horse Projects

  • Animal Record Book
  • Permanent Individual Animal Record sheets
  • Involvement Report
  • Skills Checklists

This year, you can use either #72650 or #72101 as your horse Permanent Individual Animal Record.

Dog Projects

  • Animal Record Book
  • Involvement Report
  • Permanent Individual Animal Record

FCS Projects

  • 4-H Project Record Book
  • 4-H Involvement Report

4-H Livestock and Small Animal Projects are designed to teach youth the principals of animal science. With each project, participants learn current industry standards of sound breeding, feeding and management practices.

Explore projects through the UI Extension 4-H Youth Development website. If you find one you like, contact the UI Extension, Bonneville County office at 208-529-1390 or aruth@uidaho.edu to check for local availability.

Forms for 4-H Animal Project

Family and Consumer Sciences projects teach life skills and healthy living habits.

Projects may include:

  • Cooking
  • Robotics
  • Sewing
  • Shooting Sports
  • Cloverbuds

Explore projects through the UI Extension 4-H Youth Development website. If you find one you like, contact the UI Extension, Bonneville County office at 208-529-1390 or aruth@uidaho.edu to check for local availability.

All new livestock members are required to attend the one-hour livestock ethics training.

If members are unable to attend one of these training sessions they will not be permitted to sell their animals in the Market Animal Sale.

The Junior Master Gardener program introduces participants to the joys of gardening.

  • Date TBA
  • $20
  • Limit 14 participants.

For more information, please contact the UI Extension, Bonneville County office at 208-529-1390.

Please visit the UI Extension 4-H Youth Development website for more information on scholarship opportunities. If you have questions, please contact the UI Extension, Bonneville County office at 208-529-1390 or aruth@uidaho.edu.

Some things happening with STEM include

  • National 4-H Science Day: mark your calendar every fall
  • Ecology projects
  • Livestock projects including market beef, rabbits, goat
  • Robotics 

4-H is open year-round to youths ages 5 to 18 without regard to race, creed, gender, marital status, handicaps or disadvantages, economic or ethnic backgrounds.

The Study of 4-H Positive Youth Development shows 4-H'ers outperform their peers in:

  • Earning higher grades
  • Attending college
  • Contributing to their communities

Research specific to Idaho shows that 4-H members are:

  • Far less likely to engage in risky negative behaviors
  • More likely to do service projects to help others
  • More likely to seek school and community leadership roles

University of Idaho Extension, Bonneville County

Mailing Address:
1542 East 73rd South
Idaho Falls, ID 83404

Phone: 208-529-1390

Email: bonneville@uidaho.edu

Web: uidaho.edu/bonneville

Google Map