2018 Northern Shenandoah Valley Goat Camp
Calling all 4-H and FFA members currently enrolled in the goat project! Open to youth in the Northern District, Berkeley, and Jefferson Counties. Come join us for this hands-on workshop and don't forget to bring your goat! (Cloverbuds are welcome; however, they cannot bring a goat or be in control of a goat during camp.)

All goats must be accompanied by a health certificate, issued within the past 30 days and signed by an accredited veterinarian who individually lists each animal and certifies that the animals are free of infectious and contagious diseases.

Topics to be covered include health, nutrition, marketing and recognition, what to expect at the fair, general care, and showmanship! In addition, we will be having a clipping and trimming demonstration, washing goats, participating in a mock show, and much more! Come and have a great time and make new friends!

Sunday, June 3, 2018
Arrive as early as 8:00 a.m.; Registration from 8:30-8:45 a.m.
Awards and check out 3:15 p.m.

Clarke County Fairgrounds (890 West Main St., Berryville, VA 22611)

$15 per person (all 4-H / FFA members); $5 per parent/ guardian to accompany youth participant
Includes meals, snacks, t-shirts, and handouts
Make checks payable to Treasurer of Virginia Tech

Registration is due Friday, May 4, 2018 to receive a t-shirt.
(payment due with a completed online registration form & 4-H health history form in order to be guaranteed a t-shirt)
Registrations will be accepted through May 25th; however, a t-shirt will not be guaranteed.

Items you need to bring with you to Goat Camp:
Animal Health Certificate within the past 30 days
Please wear closed toe shoes. NO flip flops
Goat (preferably one per person)
Bedding (small amount)
Pitchfork, shovel, rake, etc. to clean up,
Soap (Ivory, Joy), scrub brush and hose for washing
Feed, hay, water bucket and feed pan
Old towels
Wash boots and change of clothes (plan to get wet)
Show Clothes (everyone will show a goat)
A positive attitude and a SMILE

All campers will be assigned a “Herd” which teenage youth will supervise as the “Herdsmen”. There are also Extension Staff and numerous volunteer leaders on site all day as well. Campers will rotate through the workshop sessions and spend the day in their herds.

Participant Information
County *
Your answer
Participant First Name *
Your answer
Participant Last Name *
Your answer
Age as of September 30, 2018 *
Your answer
Participant t-shirt size *
Have you ever shown a goat in 4-H/FFA? *
Phone Number *
Your answer
Email address *
Your answer
Will you be bringing a goat? *
Will your parent(s) be attending? *
Parent/Guardian Information
Parent/Guardian #1 Name
Your answer
Parent/Guardian #1 T-Shirt Size
Parent/Guardian #2 Name
Your answer
Parent/Guardian #2 T-Shirt Size
I understand that I will have to mail in my health form and payment. *
Return the 4-H Health History Form and Payment to the Clarke Extension Office by Friday, May 4, 2018.
Please make checks payable to Treasurer of Virginia Tech and send to the
Clarke County Extension Office
101 Chalmers Court, Suite B
Berryville, VA 22611

The 4-H Health History Form will need to be completed on youth participants and adults attending Goat Camp. The Youth 4-H Health History form can be found underneath the "4-H Member Enrollment Forms" tab and the Adult 4-H Health History form can be found underneath the "4-H Volunteer Forms" tab at https://sites.google.com/site/clarkecountyva4h/forms.

If you have any questions about registration or payments, please contact: Claudia Lefeve Clarke County 4-H Agent at (540) 955-5164 or clefeve@vt.edu or Stacy Swain, 4-H Youth Development, Warren County at (540) 635-4549 or hstacy@vt.edu.

If you have any questions about the schedule or the camp, please contact: Missy Burner - Clarke County 4-H Volunteer at (540) 327-3562 or melissa.burner@loudoun.gov

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