Dr. Josh Ettlin of the Lakeview Animal Hospital teamed up the Lake County 4-H Youth Development Program to provide Livestock Quality Assurance Training to local 4-H and FFA members on Tuesday, July 16, at 6 p.m. at the OSU Extension Office. Training participants learned about making ethical decisions, feeds and feeding, water quality, reading medication bottles, and proper injection locations and procedures.
Key support came from Dr. Josh Ettlin and the Lakeview Animal Hospital for making this event a success. For more information about the Lake County 4-H Youth Development Program call 541-947-6054 or visit http://extension.oregonstate.edu/lake/4-h-youth-development.
The training participants were as follows:
Black Cap Sheep 4-H Club: Abby Thames Casey Thames, Leader
Energizer Bunnies of Lakeview: Alyson Yates
Goose Lake Livestock 4-H Club: Bailey Henning Tenysen Patzke Hannah Ramsey Lizzie Ramsey DeNae Bauer, Leader
Lakeview FFA: Jennifer Henning, Advisor
Outback Livestock: Evan Reese Zach Reese Cotter Shullanberger Riley Shullanberger Kristy Reese, Leader
Thomas Creek Livestock 4-H Club: Mason Harmon Cricket Harmon, Leader.