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If you have questions about the information posted below, send an email to the Comal County office of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service at or call (830) 620-3440. View the web site:

San Antonio Stock Show School Tour Guides!

The School Tours program gives young students and their teachers the opportunity to learn about past and present methods of agriculture. School Tours are offered to students in Kindergarten through third grade attending public, private and home schools. High School aged students of 4-H, FFA and FCCLA organizations from South Texas are invited each year to serve as Tour Guides for this committee. Tour Guides assist in educating the students about agriculture and its valued importance, while sharpening their leadership and responsibility skills. Each tour lasts 2 to 2-1/2 hours.

During the tour, students will visit a number of areas where they can view exhibits and demonstrations. Animal Adventures and the Horse Center are just a couple of the areas students will visit to learn more about agriculture through interactive hands-on displays and view live farm animals that include cattle, swine, sheep, goats, poultry and horses. The tours also visit the Family Fair area of the grounds. This area has additional exhibits, live entertainment and petting zoos. Some of these school children think their milk only comes from the store – what an impact you can have on them!

The dates we have available to guide tours this year are:
-         - Monday, February 13, 2017
-        - Tuesday, February 14, 2017
-        - Wednesday, February 15, 2017
-        - Thursday, February 16, 2017
-        - Friday, February 17, 2017
-        - Monday, February 20, 2017
-        - Tuesday, February 21, 2017
-        - Wednesday, February 22, 2017
-       NO TOURS Feb 23-24

This is a FIRM COMMITMENT on your part – you are expected to be at the stock show at 7:30 in the morning and won’t be done until 3 p.m. that day. You may lead more than one tour that day and you generally work with another tour guide.

If you are interested in guiding school tours through the San Antonio Livestock Show, please contact Janet at to sign up. Be sure to specify the exact date you want to guide tours. (Feb. 20 is a school holiday, if that helps you make up your mind!)

Deadline to sign up is November 11. School tours will be held on the dates established regardless of the weather, so dress appropriately! Remember, you are representing Comal County 4-H!

Swine Tags Due September 26th!

REMINDER: Today's the deadline!

Swine Validation Tags are $12 each and must be purchased by Monday, September 26th.

To those who are new to showing hogs, there is a state-wide validation process, which begins with you ordering a tag for each of the hogs you might show for the 2016-2017 show season. You order the tags now and pay for them, then take your hogs to validation in November to have them tagged. A parent MUST go to validation or have signed a waiver before validation. Youth do not have to attend validation with their parent(s).

Come to the Extension office (325 Resource Drive, behind the Rural Recycling Center on Hwy 46W) Monday through Friday, 8-12 and 1-5, to purchase your tags. We must have EXACT CHANGE or a check made payable to Comal 4-H Council for your purchase. (We don't have petty cash, so we are unable to give you change.)

Validating your hogs or purchasing validation tags does NOT enter you in any stock shows! All stock show entries will be taken the week of November 7-10, with Fort Worth entries due November 1st.

REMEMBER: ALL 4-H'ers must be ACTIVE on 4-H Connect ( by November 1st in order to show an animal! Enrollment will be checked!

4-H Google Calendar

The Robots are Coming! The Robots are Coming!

There are a limited number of remaining openings in a Comal County 4-H special interest project focusing on robotics in 2016-2017. Project participants will work in teams to build robots based on Lego EV3 components and then compete with them. Come have fun while learning about science, technology, computer programming, and engineering principles in an exciting and imaginative hands-on way. Meetings are held the first Monday of each month September through May. We meet at the Comal Extension Office Meeting Room 6:30 to 9:00 pm.
      Contact Project Leader Roger Hall for more information at

Broiler Orders for ALL SHOWS!

New rule for this year for broilers purchased for MAJOR LIVESTOCK SHOWS (San Antonio, Houston/Austin, State Fair) - Families with multiple exhibitors in the same household will now be allowed to share an order of broilers when selecting birds to bring to the major livestock shows. If you need clarification of this rule, click here.

Broiler Orders: Due October 1, 2016 - There will be one order for the Houston and Austin stock shows, and one order for the San Antonio and County birds. COUNTY BIRDS must still be ordered by exhibitor (we encourage exhibitors to order 50 birds each for county, and 75 birds each, if going to San Antonio, as well). Cost is $1.25 per chick. Payment in full must accompany order. Pickup date will be sometime mid-January, 2017. 

Bring exact change or checks made payable to Comal 4-H Council to pay for your chicks.

Please remember that ORDERING BIRDS does NOT enter you in any livestock shows. Livestock show entries are usually taken in early November. Watch your email, the newsletter and the blog for more info!

Robotics Clinic

Pecan Fest Heritage Days - Seguin, Texas

Below find a flyer on the upcoming Pecan Fest Bake Show at the Red Barn scheduled for Saturday, October 29th  -

Information on a “NEW” event – Pecan Queen’s contest - is posted on our web site: CLICK HERE to see the Pecan Queen's Pageant info.

For additional information the following individuals can be contacted:

Bake Show – Jenny Siltmann,  830-556-6474

Queen’s contest – Gail Damerau, 830-914-3735

4-H Night at Dodge City's Mesquite Championship Rodeo

Comal Master Gardener 2017 Class - now taking applications!

The Comal Master Gardeners are now taking applications for their 2017 training class.  The class starts in January 2017 and runs through early May with all classes on Wednesday afternoons.  Successful completion of the class and volunteer requirements before end-year 2017 leads to certification as a Master Gardener.  The flyer above provides additional details.  Questions should be addressed to

Comal County 4-H Food Show and Food Challenge!

Below are the details about the County Contest.

Comal County Food Show: Oct. 17, 2016
Place : TBA
Entry Deadline: Monday Oct. 10, 2017
            What to turn in to the office for Food Show by Oct. 10, 2016
1)    Your name, grade, and category

What to bring to the County Food Show on the day of the contest:
1)    Your dish in a disposable container/plate
2)    Recipe
3)    Food Show record form
4)    Eligibility form signed by the school  (Eligibility form is on our web site at

Comal County Food Challenge Contest : October 24, 2016
Place : Westside Community Center
Entry Deadline: Monday, October 17, 2016
            What to turn in to the office for Food Challenge by Oct. 17
1)    Team sheet with your team members’ information

What to bring to the Food Challenge:
1)    Supply box
2) Eligibility forms completed for each team member signed by school (Eligibility form is on our web site at 

CLICK HERE for the packet.

Range & Pasture Plant ID Contest - Amarillo

For over fifteen years, the Tri-State Fair in Amarillo has hosted a range & pasture plant identification contest for 4-H and FFA youth in Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico.  Davis Mathews placed first as a junior individual with a score of 380/400.  In the senior division, Hayden Mathews was the top individual with a score of 390/400.  Both boys would like to thank Carolyn Phelan for her guidance and coaching over the last six years.

Special Hearts Youth Ambassadors Wanted

Are you a caring, compassionate 4-H'er in 9th through 12th grade? Are you willing and able to mentor a special needs future 4-H'er? Then becoming a Special Hearts Youth Ambassador is for you!

The application is posted on our web site. CLICK HERE for the application, due September 30, 2016.

Gruene Kountry's first meeting of the year!

Gruene Kountry 4-H Club held their first meeting of the year on Sunday, September 11th at Mission Valley Community Center. There were 62 people in attendance: 36 members, 25 adults, and 1 guest.  It was great to see everyone again!
This year our theme will be “Field to Freezer” and we will learn about food production, processing, inspection, storage, etc.  Our guest speaker this month was Stacy Haugen, a Sanitarian II with the Texas Department of State Health Services.  Mrs. Haugen gave an overview of her job and how she goes into food processing facilities and completes safety inspections. The members of the club were very intrigued by her presentation and asked many questions. 
For our recreation, Sarah Syamken led us in playing the game Green Glass Door.   We then enjoyed refreshments and played on the grounds.
The adults met with Mrs. Kreusler and covered the new 4-H Eligibility Policy and the Vet Feed Directive, along with our plans for the year.
Our next meeting will be our One Day 4-H project on Sunday, October 9th, at the SOS Food Bank.  Going along with our theme, we will donate food items and work sorting food.  We will also learn about the Food Bank with a presentation by a volunteer.

Submitted by Kasen Kreusler, for Brynnleigh Miller - Gruene Kountry Reporter

Close to Home - September Meeting

Close to Home met on September 8th for their first meeting of the new 4-H year with 22 present.

At this month's meeting we installed new officers, talked about our Clover Kids program, and had reports about 4-H Council, health and safe, and a Treasurer's report. We also voted on our One Day 4-H community service. We decided to do a river cleanup with a cookout.

For community service, we donated school supplies for Louisiana.

Our river clean up and cookout will be October 25th. We will be serving dinner at the 4-H Dance. Our club photos and information is on our shutterfly web site.

New members/leaders:
2 new leaders
12 new members

Our next meeting is October 13, 2016.

Submitted by: Nathanael Hall, Reporter

District 10 FALL 4-H ROUNDUP!

Henderson County 4-H 3-D Archery Tournament

For more information, contact Janet at 

She can email you the entire packet.

High School Aerospace Scholars

HAS Header
The High School Aerospace Scholars application is now open at:
High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS) is a NASA unique opportunity for juniors who are interested in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) at no cost to participants.
Selected students will participate in an interactive, online course during the school year that culminates in an all-expense-paid trip to NASA’s Johnson Space Center in the summer. During the online course, students will investigate space exploration challenges by creating technical drawings, solving math problems, and participating in discussion forums with NASA engineers and scientists. Texas certified teachers guide students through the online curriculum and grade their work. After a competitive review of online material completed and submitted, selected students are invited to Johnson Space Center. Throughout this six day trip, participants will work with NASA mentors to complete engineering design challenges and plan a mission to Mars. Students will be briefed on the past, present, and future of space exploration by NASA engineers, scientists, and special guests while touring NASA’s facilities.
For more information and application deadlines, please visit the HAS website at:
If you are interested in sharing this opportunity at your school or organization we have included the following promotional material that can help:
You can also learn more about the program by viewing “High School Aerospace Scholars: A Journey of Discovery” video here.

2016-2017 4-H Council and Club Manager Meetings

November 2 - Council and Club Managers - 6:30 p.m. (Officers @ 6:00 pm)

December 7 - COUNCIL ONLY - 4:00 p.m. - Tree trimming at the Comal County Courthouse, with a meeting at the Extension office afterwards

February 1 - Council and Club Managers - 6:30 p.m. (Officers @ 6:00 pm)

April 6 - Council and Club Managers - 6:30 p.m. (Officers @ 6:00 pm)

Bulverde 4-H Club - September meeting

Bulverde 4-H Club met on September 12th at Rahe-Bulverde Elementary School with 27 people present (15 members, 12 parents/adults). This was our first meeting of the year. We discussed school supplies for the Louisiana flood victims, the 4-H dance at Tejas Rodeo, and the trick or treat stop at Guadalupe State Park. Our next meeting will be October 10th at Rahe-Bulverde. Dress up for Halloween with candy.

Submitted by: Addison Markle

2017 Youth Homemaking & Art Fair

The rules and entry form for the March 3, 2017 Youth Homemaking and Art Fair are now available on our web site!  Entries are due January 6, 2017 by 4:30 p.m. 

Click here for the rules and entry form! 

Food and Nutrition Community Service Project

Vet Science - September meeting

The Vet Science 4-H Club met on September 1st with 38 people present (22 members, 15 adults, 1 guest). The program about handling rodents and rabbits and pullorum-typhoid was presented by Dr. Kristine Decola. The proposed by-laws were read. We discussed our silent auction basket for the 4-H Dance. Our next meeting is October 6th at 7 p.m. in the Extension meeting room. Our topic will be handling and restraining livestock, preparing livestock for shipment.

Submitted by: Cortney Myers

District 10 Community Service Project

Texas 4-H Shooting Sports Team Application

The application for 2017 Texas 4-H Shooting Sports Teams to represent Texas at the Shooting Sports National Invitational summer 2017 will be open on 4-H Connect August 15-October 11.

Youth must re-enroll and be approved as an active 4-H member on 4-H Connect for the 2016-17 4-H year to be able to access the application ‘event’.

Details regarding the application process are  available on the Shooting Sports webpage:

Questions may be directed to the Natural Resources/Shooting Sports Office general email

ONE DAY 4-H - October 8, 2016

Eight years ago the Texas 4-H Youth Development Program created a day of service for 4-H members across Texas. One Day 4-H has reached hundreds of thousands of Texas residents as well as involved more than 125,000 4-H youth and volunteers in service projects during those years.  Countless funds and resources have been raised and donated - enriching the lives of many Texans and instilling community pride and citizenship into the 4-H members. 

The 2016 One Day 4-H event will officially take place on Saturday, October 8th.  Once again, the event is being sponsored state-wide by TransCanada.  Their sponsorship goes to help provide t-shirts for a minimum cost to the participants.  This year the t-shirts feature a new logo and can be purchased through the Texas A&M AgriLife Bookstore ( – in search box type “One Day”).  All shirts are $6.00 per shirt and shipping is free!   In order to have all the t-shirts in the hands of the 4-H members/adults/groups by Saturday, October 1st when some projects will be occurring we have set the deadline for t-shirt orders as September 9th. This date allows for all orders to be processed, t-shirts printed and mailed.  Please help us in promoting the t-shirts and encouraging early ordering. Adult sizes available ONLY.

A resource tool is available for those 4-H clubs/groups needing guidance and assistance in organizing and planning a community service project.  The resource is available on the One Day 4-H website at:  

The Texas 4-H Program does ask that each county/club please register their One Day 4-H project(s) so we can provide information statewide to media outlets as well as be able to identify unique and creative projects that maybe featured projects for interpretation. The link to the sign up site can be found at:

As your county/clubs groups start to plan please have them take some great candid and action shots of their project.  These photos are priceless interpretation pieces for 4-H and Extension to highlight the impact that our 4-H youth and volunteers are engaged in.
Photos can be uploaded through the reporting site located on the One Day 4-H website.

Thanks again for helping Texas 4-H Promote this excellent service opportunity for our youth and program to give back and make a difference in one day.

Producers Co-Op Tour

Thank you to the Hoffmann family for arranging a tour of Producers Co-Op!

State Recordbook Judging Results

CONGRATULATIONS to the Comal County 4-H'ers whose recordbooks won both County and District and went on to State Recordbook Judging in Pearsall on August 1st:

- Ashley Fuqua - 1st place - Horse

- Kenzy Hoffmann - 2nd place - Goat

- Helena MacCrossan - 1st place - Poultry

Way to go, ladies! We're very proud of you!

Facilities Steering Committee

The Facilities Steering Committee is looking for additional members. If interested, the application and by-laws are posted on our web site.

County Extension Facebook Page - LIKE this!

Please go to our Comal County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Facebook page and LIKE it! We are shutting down our 4-H page as 4-H info will be always be posted on the blog and some info will make its way to the office Facebook page, as well. 

Find out all about Extension - what we do, programs offered, etc. We love 4-H, but we're so much more!

For example: Did you know we have a series of DIY Saturdays going on? Classes are from 9 am to 11 am and cost is $15 per person. We must have payment in advance (exact change or checks payable to Comal Program Council).

We've already had a backyard chickens program in April and the big Open House in May (over 400 people attended!). Here's the schedule for the rest of the year:

August 13 - Bat Frenzy - How to make your yard a safe haven with a bat box

September 10 - Fall Gardening - Gardening pointers and garden tour

October 8 - Herbs Galore - How to grow and cook with seasonal herbs

November 12 - Gifts from the Kitchen - Get gift ideas for easy, inexpensive Christmas gifts lovingly made from your kitchen

Validation Dates for 2016-2017 4-H Year

Lamb & Goat Validations:
October 11, 2016 - 9 a.m. - Smithson Valley High School
October 12, 2016 - New Braunfels High School - Time TBA

Swine Validation:
Week of November 14-18 - Time and Place TBA

District Horse Show Results

Congratulations to the following Comal County 4-H'ers who competed at the District 10 4-H Horse Show in June:

Class 1: Senior Showmanship at Halter
5th - Makenzie Knipe on Miakoda
8th - Cody Elbel on Yea Baby Im Hot
10th - Clay Elbel on Self Employed Mister

Class 2: Geldings 4 Years Old and Younger
2nd - Makenzie Knipe on LG Cool Texas Invite

Class 3: Geldings 5 Years Old and Older
5th - Carlye Lawrence on Elvis
6th - Cody Elbel on Ima Tonka Toy
8th - Clay Elbel on Self Employed Mister

Class 5: Yearling Halter Gelding Futurity
1st - Makenzie Knipe on LG Cool Texas Invite

Class 6: Mares 4 Years Old and Younger
2nd - Clay Elbel on RJM This Money's Wyzer

Class 7: Mares 5 Years Old and Older
3rd - Cody Elbel on Yea Baby Im Hot
5th - Makenzie Knipe on Miakoda

Class 10: Yearling Longe Line Futurity
2nd - Makenzie Knipe on LG Cool Texas Invite

Class 11: Hunter Showmanship
3rd Jr/Int - Madison Crowder on Katie
5th Sr - Clay Elbel on Self Employed Mister

Class 12: Hunter Under Saddle
5th Jr/Int - Madison Crowder on Katie
1st Sr - Clay Elbel on Self Employed Mister

Class 13: Hunter Seat Equitation
2nd Jr/Int - Madison Crowder on Katie
5th Sr - Clay Elbel on Self Employed Mister

Class 14: Hunter Seat Versatility
2nd Jr/Int - Madison Crowder on Katie
4th Sr - Clay Elbel on Self Employed Mister

Class 15: Western Pleasure
3rd Sr - Clay Elbel on Self Employed Mister

Class 16: Western Horsemanship
4th Sr - Clay Elbel on Self Employed Mister

Class 18: Stock Horse Horsemanship
3rd Jr/Int - Emma Feldman on Sampson
4th Jr/Int - Peter Skrivanek on Patches (Color Me Ghost)
2nd Sr - Makenzie Knipe on Miakoda
4th Sr - Allison King on TWR Dallas Romance

Class 19: Trail
5th Jr/Int - Emma Feldman on Sampson
7th Jr/Int - Peter Skrivanek on Patches (Color Me Ghost)
5th Sr - Clay Elbel on Self Employed Mister
7th Sr - Allison King on TWR Dallas Romance

Class 20: Pole Bending
5th Sr - Clay Elbel on Ima Tonka Toy

Class 21: Barrels
5th Sr - Clay Elbel on Ima Tonka Toy

Class 22: Stakes
7th Sr - Clay Elbel on Ima Tonka Toy

Class 23: 2 Year Old Futurity Pleasure Pattern Class (Phase 1)
1st - Allison King on Shiner on Two Eyes

Class 25: 2 Year Old Futurity Versatility Class (Phase 2)
1st - Allison King on Shiner on Two Eyes

Class 27: 2 Year Old Futurity Pleasure Class - Group (Phase 3)
1st - Allison King on Shiner on Two Eyes

Congratulations to all participants! Good luck to those going on to State!

District Recordbook Results

Here are the official results of Comal County's recordbooks that went to District competition on July 7th. 

Samuel Hall - 2nd
Layton Hemann - 1st
Madison Migura - participant
Travis Migura - participant
Wyatt Skrivanek - 2nd
Jacy Welch - 1st
Peyton Wirebaugh - 2nd
Dylan Wunderlich - 1st
Rylee Wunderlich - 1st

Kylee Edwards - 4th
McKenna Hall - 1st
Nathanael Hall - 1st
Reagan Hoffmann - 3rd
Trey Hoffmann - 1st
Layne Horak - 2nd
Keene Kreusler - 1st
Clay Migura - 3rd
Peter Skrivanek - 4th
Nahalie Stidhem - 4th
Presley Wirebaugh - 1st

Cody Elbel - participant
Ashley Fuqua - 1st and going to State!
Jacey Hall - participant
Jenna Hall - 3rd
Kenzy Hoffmann - 1st and going to State!
Caitlyn Homewood - 3rd
Helena MacCrossan - 1st and going to State!
Bridget Martin - 2nd
Kolton Neuse - 3rd

4-H Day at the Capitol - Save the date!

The Texas 4-H Youth Development Program will once again host “4-H Day at the Capitol” on Wednesday, February 8, 2017. 

4-H Day at the Capitol is hosted during the legislative process to showcase Texas 4-H, members, and volunteers to our state legislators.
The event includes highlights of the program, recognition of 4-H in the House and Senate chambers, as well as visits with legislators.

More information on the event and registration will be released in the Fall, but save the date for now!

County Recordbook Results

Congratulations to all 38 4-H members who entered recordbooks! Those who placed first in their category will go on to District judging on July 7th. Results follow:

Clothing & Textiles: Peyton Wirebaugh - 1st, Brynnleigh Miller - 2nd
Food & Nutrition: Madison Migura - 1st, Falon Cochran - 2nd
Horse: Jacy Welch, 1st
Natural Resources: Dylan Wunderlich, 1st
Poultry: Layton Hemann - 1st, Abigail Cloe - 2nd
Science, Engineering & Technology: Samuel Hall, 1st
Sheep: Rylee Wunderlich - 1st, Colton Kadlacek - 2nd, Wyatt Edwards - 3rd
Swine: Travis Migura, 1st
Wildlife & Fisheries: Wyatt Skrivanek, 1st

Clothing & Textiles: Nahalie Stidhem - 1st, Lila Moseley - 2nd
Goat: Trey Hoffmann, 1st
Health:  Presley Wirebaugh, 1st
Horse: Peter Skrivanek, 1st
Personal Development: McKenna Hall, 1st
Plant & Soil Science: Keene Kreusler, 1st
Rabbit: Reagan Hoffmann, 1st
Science, Engineering & Technology: Nathanael Hall, 1st
Sheep: Kylee Edwards, 1st
Shooting Sports: Layne Horak, 1st
Swine: Clay Migura, 1st

Beef: Cody Elbel, 1st
Clothing & Textiles: Jenna Hall, 1st
Goat: Kenzy Hoffmann, 1st
Horse: Ashley Fuqua - 1st, Clay Elbel - 2nd, Allison King - 3rd, Makenzie Knipe - 4th
Personal Development: Jacey Hall, 1st
Poultry: Helena MacCrossan, 1st
Rabbit: Caitlyn Homewood, 1st
Sheep: Kolton Neuse, 1st
Veterinary Science: Bridget Martin, 1st

Come pick up your recordbooks! Those going on to District judging must be returned by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, July 5th!

2016-2017 District 10 4-H Council Officers Elected

Congratulations to our new 2016-2017 District 10 4-H Council Officers!
•President - Dylan Sione - Gillespie County
•1st Vice President - Bennett Folsom - Travis County
•Delegate At Large - Cahil Murchison - Caldwell County
•Secretary - Allie Burns - Guadalupe County
•2nd Vice President - Cade Osbourn - Kendall County
•Information Officer - Shelby Steinbach - Comal County
•Parliamentarian - Kyle Herron - Hays County

Claybusters June Meeting and Officer Election

Comal 4-H Claybusters met on June 16th with 43 present (24 members, 18 adults, and 1 guest). For community service, please try to help with showing special needs kids how to raise animals and show them. This will be emailed out, so keep an eye out and try to help! Members were reminded to pay for the Comal County shoot by June 29th. Also, the waivers for state will be emailed out, so that they may be printed and filled out to bring to state. Officer elections were held at this meeting. The new positions and officers results are listed below:

President: Logan Dean
1st Vice-President: Liam Ortman
2nd Vice-President: Garrett Fischer
3rd Vice-President: Cody Elbel
Secretary: Cameron Marburger
Treasurer: Kimberly Clayburne
Reporter: Brogan Ortman
Health & Safety Officer: Sydney Marburger
Parliamentarian: Kaleigh Lawson
Council Delegates: Perry Olson, Zane Childress, Logan Fischer
Alternate Delegate: Lane Horak

Our next meeting will be July 14th at 6:30 p.m. at the club house. This will be officer installation and we will collect silent auction items for the shoot.

Submitted by: Daphne White

Wildlife Challenge at State Roundup!

The Comal County Intermediate team won the Wildlife Challenge at Roundup for the 4th year in a row! As individuals, Wyatt Richardson, Davis Mathews, Avery Richardson and Nahalie Stidhem placed first, second, fourth and fifth! In the Senior division, Hayden Mathews won it all in a very challenging event!

Hippology Team at State Roundup

The Hippology team of Ashley Fuqua, Cheyanne Hatley, Clay Elbel and Katie Smith came in second at Texas 4-H Round Up.  The team of Jacey Hall, Bridget Martin, Camryn Stetter and Helena MacCrossan also participated.  Our Intermediate team consisting of McKenna Hall, Peter Skrivanek, Hannah Strahl and Allyson Reyna came in fifth.  Nathaniel Hall also competed as an individual.

Horse Judging at State Roundup

Congratulations to the Horse Judging team consisting of Makenzie Knipe, Clay Elbel, Kellie Roach and Ashley Fuqua! They placed 1st at State Roundup! Awesome job!

Meat Judging at State Roundup

Congratulations to the Meat Judging teams at State Roundup. The team consisting of Cody Elbel, Caleb Elzey, Barrett Kerr and Spencyr Mays placed 5th and Barrett Kerr was the 4th high individual.

The team consisting of Andie O'Brien, Katie Price, Keith Shoemake and Hannah Keller also participated.

State Photography Contest Results

Congratulations to Jacey Hall, Jenna Hall, Helena MacCrossan and Payton Miner, who had photographs in the 2016 State 4-H Photography Contest. Results are below.

Catch-All - Red

Details & Macro - Blue
People - Blue

Animals - Wildlife - Blue
Digital Darkroom - Blue
Dominant Color - Blue
Elements of Design - Red
Food - Red
Marine/Aquatic - Red
Nature & Landscape - Red
Plant/Flora - Blue

Animals - Domestic - White
Theme - White

Range Evaluation Team at State Roundup

The Range Evaluation team of Hayden Mathews, Phillip Vineyard, Caitlyn Homewood and Hannah Kolb placed second overall. Hayden placed first high individual and Phillip placed third high individual. Way to go!
Caitlyn, Hannah, Hayden and Phillip

Horse Judging Team 2 at State Roundup

Comal County Horse Judging Team #2 placed 5th in Reasons at State Round-Up today. Congratulations to Erin Hunter, Emily Boylan, Sarina Mims, & Jacey Hall!