Local 4-H’er Completes Goat Institute

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Mykayla McGuire recently completed the Billy Nance Family 4-H Meat Goat Leadership Institute. The goal of the Institute is to provide the tools necessary for the development of strong leaders in the meat goat industry.

While participating in the Institute, Mykayla was able to:

  • tour the Small Ruminant Unit at NC State University
  • take a virtual tour of Hummel Livestock in Illinois
  • participate in a community service project in her home county

Mykayla has been challenged to take the skills she learned at this event and apply them at her home farm, as well as in Graham County. Being Graham County’s first participant in the Institute, we at N.C. Cooperative Extension are extremely proud of her accomplishment!

4-H'er holding certificate with local Extension Director

4-H’er Completes Goat Institute