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1 Maryland 4-H Animal Science Livestock Market Project Record Name Calvin Clover 4-H Age Primary Club Name Howard County Bear 4-H Club Years in 4-H 5 Years in this Project 2 I have completed this record and believe all information to be complete and accurate. Member s Signature Parent s Signature Please indicate your Animal Science Project Area Beef/Dairy Steer Market Goat Market Sheep X Market Swine What goals did you set for your project this year and did you achieve them? 1. I want to make the Livestock Sale.- 5 points 2. I want to learn to feed my pig to make the Livestock Sale.- 10 points 3. I want to use proper management techniques to achieve the proper weight for the Livestock Sale.- 15 points What were two things you learned from completing this project this year? 1. I learned a pig is a lot of work- 5 points 2. I learned it takes hard work and responsibility raising a pig.- 10 points I learned the difference in the type, timing, and what to feed my pig to maximize their gain.- 15 points What is one thing you would like to improve or do differently with your project next year? I want to learn more about pigs.- 5 points I want to learn about the different breeds so I know which produce better.- 10 points I want to learn about feeding swine including the different types of grains included in hog feed, the affect/purpose of each grain, and the rations needed.- 15 points

2 I used one or more of these Life Skills from the Targeting Life Skills Wheel HEAD Example: Decision Making Life Skills Describe the Life Skills you used and what you learned in relation to your project. Example Table What I learned as a result of using this skill. I learned that I needed to be sure to budget my money when purchasing my rabbit projects so I would have enough to cover all of my expenses. HEART Example: Sharing HAND Example: Healthy Life Choices HEALTH Example: Managing Feelings I learned how to give younger 4-H members pointers on how to fit and show their animals properly. I learned that animals don t grow well unless they receive the proper food. I learned to control my feelings when I became frustrated that my pig would not cooperate to get loaded on the trailer I used one or more of these Life Skills from the Targeting Life Skills Wheel HEAD What I learned as a result of using this skill. HEART HAND HEALTH The diagram below shows many of the Life Skills learned in 4-H: Courtesy of Iowa State University-Used with Permission 11/2012 2

3 Project Activities Include: Field Trips, Skillathon, Judging, Workshops, Quality Assurance, Class Participation, etc. All project activities listed should be about this project area only. Name of Activity/Event Location (School, Club, County, Regional, State, National etc.) Feed and Selection Workshop- 5 point At a farm April Feed Workshop sponsored by Frederick Coop -10 point Frederick Fairgrounds April Swine Selection Workshop-10 point Mt Airy Farm April 2, Swine Selection Workshop-15 point Mt Airy Farm in Mt. Airy April 15, Feed Workshop sponsored by Frederick Coop-15 point Frederick Fairgrounds June 22, Swine Showmanship Workshop- 15 point Hough s- Woodcamp Farm July 1, Pork Quality Assurance Program-15 point Queen Anne s County Extension Office Project Communications All project communications listed should be about this project area only. Type of Communication Title (Speech, Demonstration, Visual Presentation, etc.) Talk- 5 point My Swine Project Different Places Location (School, Club, County, Regional, State, National etc.) May VP- 10 Point Wash Pigs Farm August 7-14 Speech- 10 point Spoke about my hogs Various people at County Fair February 17, Speech- project update- 15 Swine Project February Club Meeting point Plans June 2, Project Update Talk- 15 My Swine Project June Club Meeting point June 23, Visual Presentation- 15 point How to show a pig County Swine Showmanship Workshop July 10, Demonstration- showing younger members- 15 point How to wash a pig Local- The Smith s Barn Project Exhibits Include: Fairs, Shows, Community Events, etc. All project exhibits listed should be for projects in this area only. Exhibit Location/Event Placing (if applicable) Pig Fair August Pig Shows Howard County Fair 1 st, 3 rd August 9, Swine Showmanship Howard County Fair 1 st August 9, Swine Market Class Howard County Fair 3 rd 3

4 Table 1: Information on Project Animals Project Animal Description Beginning of Project End of Project Final Production Breed Sex Identification 4-H Tag # Weigh-in Weight Purchase Cost or Market Value Weigh-in Weight Selling Price or Market Value Death, Loss, or Sold Cross Barrow 1234 June Aug Sold Days On Feed Lbs. Gained Lbs. Per Day TOTALS Lbs Gained Per Day To calculate lbs. gained take the lbs. gained and divide by the number of days on feed.

5 Purchased Table 2: Feed Expenses Type of feed (grain, mix, hay, supplement, pasture, silage) $/lb (total cost divided by lbs) Pounds (lbs) Pig Feed 5 point May 15, Pig Feed Pellet- 10 point July 1, Pig Feed Meal- 10 point May 15, 18% Pig Feed Meal- 15 point June 15, 18% Pig Feed Meal- 15 point July 1, Fat- 15 point July 7, 16% Pig Feed Meal- 15 point July 25, 16% Pig Feed Meal- 15 point Total Cost Total pounds and total feed costs Feed Efficiency To calculate feed efficiency take the total pounds gained by all of your market animals and divide that by the total pounds of feed you have fed them. Feed Efficiency = Table 3: All Other Expenses (Bedding, Insurance, Entry Fees, Equipment, Sale Commission, Supplies, Etc.) Description of Item or Expense Cost Bedding- 5 point May Straw- 10 point 5.00 June Shavings- 10 point May 15, 2 bales of point 5.00 June 1, bales of point Total All Other Expenses 5

6 Table 4: Health and Veterinary Expenses List practices & materials used to treat or protect your animals from parasites, illnesses, & diseases. Include veterinary examinations, health papers, treatments for illnesses or injuries, foot care, vaccinations, medications & dewormers etc. 4-H Tag#/ Reason for Treatment or Veterinary Treatment Withdrawal Period Cost Animal ID Visit Given (s) Treated Days Completed 1234 Health Papers, wormer- 5 point June 1234 Health Papers- 10 points June 1234 Wormer- 10 points June 2, June 2, July 7, Sold 1234 Health Papers- 15 points Wormer- 15 poimts Wormer- 15 points 5.00 Total Health and Veterinary Expenses Table 5: Sale Animal Income Income from animals sold through 4-H Livestock Sale(s), Privately Sold, Sold at Livestock Auction, etc. Description of Income (Include 4-H Tag #) Final Weight Sale $750 Gross Sale (Amount of Check) August Livestock Sale 250 $3.00 $/lb (net sale/final weight) Aug 10, Livestock Sale # $3.00 Total weight and value of animals sold

7 Table 6: All Other Income Include all other income from project animal(s) including premiums, products (wool, etc.), etc. Description of Income Income $ Premiums-5 points August Swine Premiums-Howard County Fair-10 points $23.00 Aug 15, Swine Market Class-Howard County Fair Premium (3 rd place)-15 pts $10.00 Aug 15, Swine Showmanship-Howard County Fair Premium (1 st place)-15 pts $13.00 Total All Other Income Financial Summary: Please make sure to use the above totals. Determine how much money you made or lost on your project animals. You can determine your profit (or loss) by: A. Add Income 1. Sale Animal Income (Table 5) $ 2. All Other Income (Table 6) $ Total Income (A) $ B. Add Expenses 1. Project Animal Costs (Table 1) $ 2. Feed Expenses (Table 2) $ 3. All Other Expenses (Table 3) $ 4. Health and Veterinary Expenses (Table 4) $ Total Expenses (B)$ Subtract B from A to get profit or loss Total $ (profit or loss) University of Maryland Extension programs are open to all citizens and will not discriminate against anyone because of race, age, sex, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, ancestry, or national origin, marital status, genetic information, or political affiliation, or gender identity and expression. 1/2013 7

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