Thank you for supporting Eagle County 4-H.
My name is Isaac Medina and this is my 2nd year of 4-H. My older siblings encouraged me to participate in 4-H. I waited many years to have my own animals.
My goat's name is Marshall and he is a male Boer breed. He has a white strip down the middle of his face. Boer goats produce lean meat that has a good flavor. Goat meat was the first meat I liked over any other meat.
I purchased Marshall in early May and have enjoyed working with him as he grows. Marshall shares a pen with my other goat along with six other goats my siblings are raising. They enjoy jumping on the spools in their pen and chasing each other.
Marshall has done well when I walk him. He now stays more by my side and keeps his head up. From time to time he likes to nibble on my fingers. It tickles.
The money I earn from selling Marshall I will use towards next year's projects and save money for college.
Thank you again, for supporting Eagle County 4-H!
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Eagle , Colorado 81631
Purchases through the Eagle County Junior Livestock Auction, help to support a program that teaches and rewards strong morals and hard work ethics. It encourages youth leadership and promotes community involvement. The money may help fund a college career and support future 4-H projects. It also helps to support the future of American agriculture.