boys girls club work, 4-h club work, 4-h sheep club record book
Agricultural Extension Service, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
1. Any junior 10 to 18 years inclusive, may enter.
2. Enrollments close November 1.
3. Each member must have not less than two or more than ten head of breeding ewes, to enter.
4. A club shall consist of not less than five members.
5. Pure bred ewes should be adhered to where possible. Each club shall conform to a uniform breed.
6. A fund may be created by the club thru taxing a given amount per ewe, for the purpose of purchasing a club ram.
7. Ram may be disposed of by club after breeding season closes. In case he is held over, the club member keeping and caring for him is entitled to his clip, in pay for same.
8. Periodical reports are to be made when called for by the Assistant State Club Leader.
9. Instructions relative to care and feed of ewe during the winter months, and care of lambs, will be sent to each member.
10. Each member does his work, follows instructions, keeps a good · record, makes reports, and writes a story of his work.
11. A sale will be held in each county or for each club about October 15 to dispose of surplus stock.
12. Each member is entitled with ·the same lamb to compete for community, county, state, and interstate honors.
This item is in the public domain.
Larsen, C., "Boys' and Girls' Club Work: Sheep Club Record Book" (1918). SDSU Extension Circulars. 15.