Welcome to the Rio Arriba 4-H Resource Page

This page is meant to house resources to assist you with your 4-H Projects

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Helpful Resources

Livestock Project Selection & Nutrition Seminars
Recordings from Tuesday, February 16, 2021 - Cattle and Swine
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Recordings Thursday, February 18, 2021 - Sheep and Goat
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Show Rite Stock Show Classroom - Additional Livestock Webinars
Check out this great resource broken into 9-weeks and by topicWebsite
Visit Alltech for more livestock videos and resources. https://go.alltech.com/showrite-stock-show-classroom?fbclid=IwAR2gOvQmFBX1fyvfpCzQRkZQs3v-yUKvr8j4MP8kxKC1-Gw7OmV0dadXsbk

Oklahoma State Rancher's Thursday Lunchtime Series
Join our Beef Cattle Extension team, experienced livestock marketers and ranchers to learn and share beef cattle production, management and marketing tips.
Webinar Website

Rio Arriba County Fair Livestock Forms

Rio Arriba County Fair Bred and Raised Shows are governed by the Rio Arriba County Fair Association. Below are the guidelines for each show. Questions should be directed to RACFA Chair Amy Tainter at amytainter@yahoo.com

Rio Arriba County Fair Health Forms

Livestock Exhibitors will be asked to complete a health form for each animal exhibited during the Rio Arriba County Fair. This is part of the Wholesome Meat Act.

State Livestock Project Guidelines

  • 2022 GUIDE FOR LIVESTOCK EXHIBITORS
    Before entering any New Mexico county or state fair, all in-state junior livestock (cattle, sheep, goats and swine) to be shown must have application of an approved 2021 NM Youth Exhibitor Fair Tag by an Extension Agent, FFA Advisor or designated Fair personnel and have a New Mexico Livestock Board (NMLB) Form 1 Inspection. Learn more about what is needed for your project animal.