4-H Working Goat Page

New Hampshire 4-H Working Goat Project

The New Hampshire 4-H Working Goat Project is a 4-H project that focuses on training goats to work.  A working goat is a goat that has a job.  A working goat could be trained to pull a wagon or cart. A goat that carries a backpack is a pack goat/packgoat.  Other jobs that a working goat can have includes visiting hospitals, assisted living facilities or acts as a therapy animal.  Working goats can also be trained in agility and complete obstacle courses.  You don’t have to have your own working goat to participate in the New Hampshire 4-H Working Goat Project. You can lease an animal and/or participate in a variety of the activities and events that the New Hampshire 4-H Working Goat Project has to offer.

New to the Working Goat Project? See the 4-H Harness Goat Project Manual for basic information and any of the links below! To see if others in your county are participating in the Working Goat Project Area, contact your county 4-H office by clicking here.

 

Events

State Events

Regional Events

Show Information

State Shows

Forms and Policies

* If you did not enroll in the 4-H Program through 4-H Online you are required to attach a Youth Medical Care and Treatment form and the Youth Code of Conduct/Permission Release  form to your 4-H Animal Intent to Show form.

* If you did not complete the medical form through 4-H Online you will need to attach a Youth Medical Care and Treatment form to your 4-H Animal Intent to Show form.

You may complete 4hOnline Animl Enrollment instead of a paper intent to show form.  See link for instructions.

Project Records

Project Resources

Related Associations

Committee Information

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