4-H Sheep Project
Fun Fact- The core of a baseball is wrapped with 150 yards of wool yarn.
Kevin Ketterhagen- Superintendent, Cloverview 4-H Club
Ric Isaacson- Superintendent
Gerhardt Schattner- County Resource Leader
Richard Bonner- Burlington Back 40 4-H Club
Kris Endemann- Sunnyside 4-H Club
Chris Gassenhuber- Tucker 4-H Club
Denice Gassenhuber- Tucker 4-H Club
Jacob Isaacson- Burlington Back 40 4-H Club
William Kitzrow- Yorkville 4-H Club
Daniel Koldeway- Burlington Back 40 4-H Club
Julie Minikowski- Sunnyside 4-H Club
Melissa Nelson- Tucker 4-H Club
Linda Ratkovec- Norway 4-H Club
Nancy Torres- Kan-Do 4-H Club
The sheep project supports good sportsmanship, cooperation and an ability to communicate through activities around the ideas of wool, meat, and production through exhibits and demonstrations.
Key Terms/Project Areas
Ewe- Female sheep
Ram- male sheep
Hogget- one-year old sheep
Two-Tooth- two-year old sheep
Make it With Wool
The Wisconsin Make It With Wool Contest will be held Saturday, September 10, 2011 during the Wisconsin Sheep & Wool Festival at Jefferson County Fair Park in Jefferson. Garment competition is open to Preteens through Adults. Quilt, afghan and novelty entries are open to all ages.
For brochures, flyers, entry forms, questions or more information, contact Wisconsin Make It With Wool Director Carol Battenberg at email@example.com or 920-699-2233.
Activities Happening throughout the State and Nation
Check out the National 4-H Curriculum and online pieces for more information on your project.
Activities for Youth and Volunteers
Gain Your Lambs Trust to Walk with You
State Wide Blog