Science/Animal Sciences Projects
This project area provides youth with many opportunities to learn about animal, environmental, family and consumer sciences, plant, and STEM.
Projects are available for individual Cloverbud learning, general individual learning, and general group learning.The projects listed below comprise an overview of 4-H animal science projects. Specific project choices are vast and may vary from county to county depending on interest. For questions about the 4-H project choices in your area, contact your county 4-H Agent.
You can preview some National 4-H project materials on the web at: http://www.4-hcurriculum.org.
Animal Sciences Projects
This project area provides youth with many opportunities to learn about different animals and how to care for them. Projects can cover animal care and feeding, selection and judging, fitting and showing, management and health, and animal reproduction and genetics.
- 4-H Beef Project
- 4-H Dairy Cattle Project
- 4-H Dairy Goat Project
- 4-H Horse Project
- 4-H Meat Goat Project
- 4-H Poultry Project
- 4-H Rabbit Project
- 4-H Sheep Project
- 4-H Swine Project
- 4-H Veterinary Science Project
- Florida 4-H Dairy Heifer Chain
- Embryology (Coming Soon!)
This large project area provides youth with many exciting opportunities to explore and investigate the natural world. Projects help youth learn about aquatic and marine life, weather and climate, water quality and conservation, insects and spiders, wildlife and forest ecology, shooting sports and sportfishing and more!
Would you like to learn how to grow your own garden? This category includes projects to help you learn about basic gardening, specialty gardening, junior master gardener projects, and horticulture and lawn care and helps you develop important life skills along the way!
Science and Technology
Do you like to work with engines and/or computers? Are you curious about outer space and flight? Do you want to learn how to build and program a robot? This category of projects provides youth with opportunities to design, build, problem solve, and investigate a variety of physical phenomena. Youth can design and build a rocket, learn how to conserve electricity, learn how to use GPS/GIS, work with robots, and more!