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Sunflower District

Cheyenne County
212 E Washington
PO Box 667
St. Francis, KS  67756-0667
785-332-3199 Fax
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Sherman County
813 Broadway Room 301
Goodland, KS 67735-0002
785-890-4879 Fax
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Wallace County
118 N Gardner   
PO Box 189
Sharon Springs, KS 67758
785-852-4284 Fax
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Livestock Project

The 4-H livestock projects are designed for members who are interested in learning more about raising, properly grooming and showing their animals. Learn how to select, raise and care for a livestock.

Many Spring Livestock shows are held in the area.  To find out where click on the Shows and Contest

New for 2023:  Monthly Webinar on third Monday of the month

YQCA Certification

goatMeat Goat Project

Leaders:  Cheyenne - Brad Matthies
                Sherman - Janet Bear
                Wallace =


The 4-H meat goat project is designed for members who are interested in learning more about raising meat goats. The meat goat project is quickly growing with an increasing demand for meat products. Learn how to select, raise and care for a meat goat.

Project Material Resources

Goat Showmanship



Sheep Project

                 Cheyenne = Nick Ketzner
                 Sherman -
                 Wallace -

The sheep project will help you learn more about the sheep industry. You will learn how to care for and feed a market lamb or build your own breeding flock.

Project Material Resources and State Events


SwineSwine Project

Leaders:  Cheyenne
                Sherman - Aubrea Winter
                Wallace -

Feed out a market hog or start your own breeding herd by enrolling in the swine project. Learn to select and judge quality animals and meat products.

Project Material Resources and Events




beefBeef Project

Leaders: Cheyenne
               Sherman - Clay Schilling

Learn all aspects of the beef industry by raising a market steer or building your own herd by raising heifers and cows.

Project Material Resources 









Local 4-H Project Videos

How to wash your steer by Carter






Area Spring Shows