Celebrating Wisconsin 4-H Youth Beef Exhibitors

Celebrating Wisconsin 4-H Youth Beef Exhibitors
Wisconsin 4-H Foundation and Wisconsin Beef Council Host Youth Beef Farmer Highlight Contest

Madison, WI: Wisconsin 4-H Foundation and Wisconsin Beef Council announced a social media contest that will feature Wisconsin 4-H Beef Exhibitors throughout the month of July. Community members, family, and friends will have the opportunity to nominate a 4-H member who has achieved outstanding work during their time in the program.

In the past four years, the Wisconsin 4-H Beef Project has averaged 3,500 participants per year. Up to 2020, the number of participants have steadily increased, making the beef project one of the most popular programs in the state. 66 out of the 72 Wisconsin counties have an active 4-H Beef Program. The Wisconsin 4-H Program serves around 30,000 youth across the state.

Throughout this month until July 21st. To nominate a 4-H member, a nominator can:

Each youth nominated will be featured on the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation page, as well as receive the opportunity to win a prize package that includes 4-H branded BOGS, a $50 Culvers Gift Card, and a 4-H Swag Bag. Facebook users will have the opportunity to ‘vote’ for their favorite 4-H Beef Farmer by ‘liking’ their photo and caption; the 4-Her with the most likes by the end of the week will receive the prize package.

The contest will end on July 31st, with the announcement of the winner on August 1st. Nominees must be a Wisconsin 4-H member and enrolled in the Wisconsin Beef Project.

The Wisconsin 4-H Foundation and Wisconsin Beef Council encourage social media users to include #Wi4HCelebratesBeefTogether on their social media posts throughout their time at county fairs this summer.

The Wisconsin 4-H Foundation, based in Madison, provides essential funding for 4-H programs throughout Wisconsin. By partnering with individuals, corporations and foundations, the Foundation supports 4-H leadership, youth development and community-building activities throughout the state. Learn more about the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation by visiting www.Wis4HFoundation.org.
The Wisconsin Beef Council is a producer-directed non-profit organization funded by the $1.00 per head assessment on all cattle sold in the state of Wisconsin per the Federal Beef Promotion and Research Act & Order. Half of one dollar remains in Wisconsin for local beef promotion, while the other half is forwarded to the Cattlemen’s Beef Board. The purpose of the Council is to fund beef promotion, research and consumer education activities supporting Wisconsin’s $2.1 billion beef industry. The WBC operates under the guidance of its Board of Directors. The Board is comprised of representatives from cattle-related organizations around the state of Wisconsin.