The online modules are now available on the eXtension online campus at campus.extension.org. Hosting “Texas Trail” on the eXtension campus allows us greater flexibility with maintaining the online modules and tracking their use.
We have a one-page document that outlines the process of creating an account on the eXtension campus and enrolling in the Quality Counts course in order to access the modules. As members work to verify in Quality Counts, they need to consider the “Texas Trail” as a viable option to compete in major shows.
9-1-1 signs available
We are currently selling 9-1-1 signs.
Contact a 4-H member or call the Goliad County Extension Office at 645-8204 to place an order.
The 12x6 signs are $15 for three to four numbers and 18x6 signs are $16 for five numbers.
To find out a correct 9-1-1 address, call Golden Crescent at 578-1587.
This is not a fundraiser, just a community service project to help Goliad County.
State swine tags
Those who would like to order swine tags for major shows, contact the Goliad County Extension Office before Sept. 20.
Tags are $8 each. Checks will be made payable to Goliad FFA.
Broilers being ordered
Those interested in showing broilers at San Antonio, Houston or Austin should contact the Goliad County Extension Office by Sept. 30.
The cost of the birds this year is $1.25. There is an order for San Antonio and a separate order for Houston/Austin.
Orders must be in quantities of $25. Additional information is available through the Goliad County Extension Office or the Poultry Science Department website at TAMU.
SA calf scramble
Information on the 2014 San Antonio calf scramble is available at the Goliad County Extension Office.
Entry forms are due in the office no later than Monday, Sept. 30 so they can be sent to the district office.
District 11 has 36 spots, 12 each on Friday, Feb. 7; Thursday, Feb. 13; and Thursday, Feb. 20.
Sept. 29 – Outdoor Education, 3 pm
Sept. 30 – San Antonio scramble entries due
Oct. 6-12 – 4-H Club Week
Oct. 8 – GCFA regular meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 12 – One-Day 4-H
Oct. 21 – county council, 7 p.m.
Extension programs serve people of all ages regardless of socioeconomic level, race, color, sex, religion, disability, or national origin.