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Help Youth Get to Nationals!


A team of four 4-H members in Jackson County participated in the State Poultry judging contest this past April, and they won the event!  They are on their way to the National 4-H Poultry and Egg Contest in November, which is held in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Kentucky. These young people will judge live past-production white leghorn laying hens, as well as exterior egg quality, broken out eggs, candled eggs and poultry carcasses, including turkeys. And on top of that, they will also do poultry parts identification.


This team and their families have been hit hard by Hurricane Michael, and although they have raised half of the funding they are are still in need of $2,000 to travel to the event. Please help support this team with their travel expenses to Nationals.  If we receive dollars over the listed amount, those funds will be used for other Florida teams in that region. If you have any questions, please contact Mendy Allen with the UF/IFAS Advancement team at mendywillis@ufl.edu or (352) 222-8585.


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Endowments are forever. That’s what makes them so powerful. Endowments are unending funding streams that guarantee timeless support for what’s important to the donor. Each year, 4 percent of the endowment goes directly to programs and activities designated by donors. That conservative withdrawal means the endowment will never disappear — which means it will continue feeding the Florida 4-H program for generations to come. Endowments enable the Florida 4-H Foundation to look to the future with confidence that it will always have resources to discover and explore, to share knowledge, and to serve communities and families. Because of that, the value of an endowment is far more than the initial gift. The funds it generates are endless.