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Washington State University Extension

4-H Goat Projects

Program Contact: Melanie Greer, 4-H and Youth Empowerment Coordinator
(360) 912-2062 •

Clallam County Livestock Specialist

Dan McCarty,, Cell: 360-460-6683


Members must be enrolled in Dairy Goat, Meat Goat, Novelty Goat, Pygmy Goat or Utility Goat projects according to how their animal will be shown at fair.

**Members must be age 8 by October 1st of the 4-H year to enroll in large animal projects.

**Cloverbuds (age 5-7) may only enroll in Pygmy Goat or Miniature (Novelty Goat) projects.

Project animals must be under the management and care of the 4-H member 60 days prior to fair.

**PNWJLA (Auction) animals must meet requirements outlined in the current auction committee rules.

See WA State 4-H Policy/Exhibitor Guide for rules about horned goats. No Bucks over 3 months of age. Animals will be vet. checked prior to enter in fair and must be free of parasites and diseases.

2023 Goat Project Info Page

Curriculum and resources are available for check out at the Clallam County 4-H Extension Office.

See links below for State 4-H information and resources:

WSU 4-H Goat Page

WSU Animal Agriculture Youth Producers Page

WSU Publications Store

Clallam County Fair

Clallam County Fair Information

Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office.

Clubs with Goat projects:


East Port Angeles/Sequim Area:



Port Angeles Area:

East Clallam Livestock Club


West End Livestock Club

Neah Bay