Makenzie Glass, a member of the Prairie Pals 4-H Club in Hebron, grooms a black Angus heifer for a showmanship category of the 4-H Livestock Show on Thursday morning at the Dickinson State University indoor arena.
Members of the Dakota Variety 4-H Club reserved the Dickinson State University arena for an afternoon of horsemanship practice Wednesday.
With the leaders offering encouragement, the members practiced their riding skills for the upcoming 4-H Horse Show in Dickinson.
What do sheep, painting, bow hunting and quilts have in common?
In Randy and Sharon Hondl’s Dickinson home, they are part of their four children’s past and present 4-H projects, which will be displayed this month at the Roughrider Days’ 4-H exhibits and shows, beginning the last week of June.
A horse is a horse of course, of course, and no one knows that better than the junior and senior horse judging and hippology teams from the Stark-Billings 4-H Club that recently returned from the state competition, finishing in the top 10 in nearly all events. The junior horse judging team came back with red ribbons, signifying their second place win.
JohnnieRae Geving, left, and Brayden Klym, 5, Dunn Center, make a root beer float at the Killdeer Cenex convenience store while Becky Buchman, Manning, looks on. Members of 4-H made the ice cream to raise money for Minot flood recovery efforts as part of National 4-H week.
Thirteen-year-old Kjersten Stegner, a member of the New England FFA, kneels near a pen and evaluates a group of market hogs on Saturday during the Roughrider Judging Contest held at the Dickinson State University indoor arena.
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