County 4-H News
OSU Extension Hancock County is currently taking applications for a Summer 4-H Program Assistant.
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Quality Assurance training is mandated by the Ohio Department of Agriculture for many livestock projects. Training is offered early in the 4-H year in order that members can apply what they learn in caring for their project animals. Members are encouraged to secure Quality Assurance training as soon as practical - contact Cassie Turner, Extension Educator 4-H Youth Development at 419-422-3851 if Hancock training sessions will not work for you.
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