Livestock Care & Food Animal Production
WSU Extension Washington Animal Agriculture Website - WSU Central Washington Animal Agriculture Team - To provides research-based information to Washington livestock producers and natural resource managers to improve their economic status and quality of life while they create a quality product in a sustainable manner..
- Washington State Shearing School - The 2013 shearing school is full. Please contact Sarah Smith, 509-754-2011 ext. 413 or firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for future shearing schools.
Columbia Basin Sheep
Youth Pork Quality Assurance (PQA) Standards
Youth Pork Quality Assurance (PQA) Testing
Western Regional Beef Quality Assurance Program
Livestock Ownership Certificates
4-H Horse Certificate - CO233
4-H Dairy Certificate - CO234
4-H Goat Certificate - CO895
4-H/FFA Steer Ownership Certificate
Livestock Health Records
Dairy Heifer Health Record & Instructions
Market Beef Health Record & Instructions
Market Goat Health Record & Instructions
Market Lamb Health Record & Instructions
Market Swine Health Record & Instructions
Area Extension Educator Sarah Smith specializes in animal sciences, including cattle, swine, sheep, and goat production. She supports the food and fiber product industry, sustainable management practices, marketing, irrigated and dryland pasture, quality assurance, and animal well being. Sarah coordinates animal science programming for youth and adult producers, supports 4-H and FFA livestock educational programs, advises educational efforts with Grant County Cattlemen, Washington and Columbia Basin Sheep producers associations, Washington Pork producers associations, Adams and Grant county fairs, and 4-H/FFA livestock organizations. Impacts of the Grant/Adams Area animal science program include enhancing economic opportunities for agriculture enterprises while protecting Washington resources.