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    I grew up the stix and on the family ranch. So I feel so stupid for forgetting the name of these programs! Dd would like to raise and show rabbits. 4H comes to mind, but I know there are more programs...and for the life of me I cant remember the name. Oh...Future Farmers of America comes to mind too. And it was part of uor school curriculum! I feel horrible! If you can remember them please let me know.
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    4H and FFA were the two that came to mind for me. Are there others?
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    I'm pretty sure it is 4H that you're thinking of...
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    4-H and FFA are the only ones around here. FFA was part of the Ag class at my high school, so I guess it could technically be part of a curriculum.
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    We were and still are stix. :-) We had 4H (still do), FFA, and the Boy Scouts (my brothers) that all had animal husbandry. Even Girl Scouts can do such things if they want to. Try asking your local extension office...they've probably got a list of who's active in your area.

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