4-H Rabbit Project

Fun Fact: The longest ears are 31.125 inches long. They belong to an American rabbit, Nipper’s Geronimo.

Rabbit Project Book 2016

Resource Leaders

Ron Christensen- Superintendent

Paul Louise- Superintendent, Rising Stars 4-H Club

Rose Burdette- Country view 4-H Club

Vicki Cottone-Schultz- Rising Stars 4-H Club

Nikki Deschler- Rising Stars 4-H Club

Donna Dixon- Burlington Back 40 4-H Club

Kris Endemann- Sunnyside 4-H Club

Krystle Field- Raymond 4-H Club

Jane Goessl- Norway 4-H Club

Catherine Haglund- Burlington Back 40 4-H Club

Debbie Herolt- Cloverview 4-H Club

Julie Minikowski- Sunnyside 4-H Club

Fidelis Steinhoff- Yorkville 4-H Club

Patricia Steinhoff- Yorkville 4-H Club

Lisa Williams- Cloverview 4-H Club

Lee Woelbing- Raymond 4-H Club

Lisa Woelbing- Raymond 4-H Club

Tina Zabler- Burlington Back 40 4-H Club

Project Goals

By participating in the Rabbit project, youth will learn more about raising, breeding, caring, and showing their rabbit. Skills like good sportsmanship, responsibility, and dedication will develop from participating in this project.

Key Terms/Project Areas

Senior– 6 months or older

Junior– under 6 months

Buck– male rabbit

Doe– female rabbit

County Activities

Please mark your 2015 calendars for the the following county rabbit project meetings:

December 16th  7 pm, at Burlington UWEX  Choosing  the Right Rabbit/ Health  of a Rabbit

Jan 13th  7pm  Burlington  UWEX  Showmanship/ Rabbit Maintenance

March 21st  1-3 pm Raymond Town Hall

Rabbit fun day,  stations will be set  up  to  practice  different  rabbit activities.

May 12th  7 pm  Raymond  Town hall    We will have a judge  give presentation  on  What a judge is looking for / Fair  updates




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