Armstrong county leaders attend this years symposium to learn more about club activities!
Local 4-Her's experience the many exhibits at the 2014 PA State Farm Show.
Local 4-Her's were honored for their accomplishments at the recent Armstrong County 4-H Achievement Night.
At this years PA State Model show , Caleigh Anderson participates in the Senior Division.
4-H'ers compete in Harrisburg this weekend at the PA State 4-h horse show at the Farm Show Complex.
A local research trial was conducted to evaluate how insects and diseases impact soybean yields.
Hannah Kolesar, 4-Her of Triple-S, entertained participants at the IV Galaxy Conference in Pittsburgh this week.
Late blight is now confirmed on tomato in Lancaster, Chester, Indiana and Somerset Counties and is suspected in several others.
Recently, a Good Production Practices training for 4-H equine members was conducted by Erika Moore, Royal Riders Organization Leader. 4-H members learned the importance of reading food labels for their livestock. Erika explained the various ingredients and the need to be diligent of what you are feeding your animals.
Campers learn the importance of shading to add dimension while painting garden stones at this years 4-H Craft Camp held at the Armstrong County Extension office the week of July 8-12.
Herbicide trials allow crop producers to select the appropriate program to achieve satisfactory weed control in their fields.
The four course series reviewed pasture and manure management strategies.
Armstrong County 4-H members from Montessori 4-H Monsters and Allegheny Tigers display their talents at the 2013 Farm Show in Harrisburg.
A demonstration plot was planted to compare various starter fertilizers on the market.
A field day was held earlier this spring to discuss cover crop mixtures for Western Pennsylvania.
Pheromone traps were placed outside across the state to record black cutworm populations.
This growing season, look for abnormal pigweed species in your fields.
4-H members ages 9-12 participated the Regional 4-H In-Betweener's Retreat on March 9 & 10, 2013.
Farm owners will develop the knowledge and skills to adopt environmentally sound practices aimed at managing healthy animals, healthy farms and a healthy environment.
The Incognito Robotics 4-H Club working to build their robot for the "Ultimate Ascent" Challenge. With the help of many community sponsors, the Robotics Club is eager to compete March 15 & 16 at the Petersen Event Center in Pittsburgh.