4-Hers Compete in WNC 4-H Pullet Show

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On Saturday, August 19th two McDowell 4-Hers saw their hard work come to fruition as the competed against youth from all over Western North Carolina in the 2nd Annual WNC Pullet Project. Carlton Schetter and Liam Thomas received chickens back in the spring that were only a few days old. They spent all spring and summer raising and caring for their chickens and learning about showmanship.

Liam and Carlton were paired in the same age category but were able to place 1st (Carlton) and 2nd (Liam) in Showmanship. This was a long project and they worked really hard and we are very proud of them.

A boy stands besides chickens, displayed in a cage.

Carlton Schetter

If you are interested in participating in the WNC Pullet Project please contact Chad Ray for more details at 652-8104.

A boy stands beside chickens displayed in a cage.

Liam Thomas