This project activity guide is for boys and girls who may or may not have a horse or pony of their own. The important thing is that they want to learn about horses. If they don't have a horse, some of the activities may help them decide whether they really want to raise or learn more about horses.
North Central Region Extension Publication;
4-H Skills for Life Animal Science Series
Minnesota Extension Bulletin;
This guides is one of over 40 separate pieces developed by teams of Extension Service educators, volunteers, youth, professional writers and artists from the 12 states of the North Central Region. This series is arranged in a set of four books dealing with horses. This set has three youth guides that were developed for three levels of expertise - beginner, intermediate, and advanced. This book is the beginner level. The fourth guide in this set is a group activity guide. This archival publication may not reflect scientific knowledge or recommendations. Current information available from the University of Minnesota Extension: https://www.extension.umn.edu.
Russell, Mark; Warner, Rex; Miller-Graber, Peggy; Dunn, Dick; Antonewicz, Ray; Hoyt, Ron; Gianni, Vicky; Zurcher, Thomas D.; Hoppe, Jan; Bledsoe, Sara; Busch, Shannon.
4-H Skills for Life Animal Science Series. Horsing Around: Horse/Horseless Project Activity Guide.
Minnesota Extension Service.
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