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Hop the Plank 4-H Rabbit Show

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Hop the Plank 4-H Rabbit Show!


Rabbit outline and 4-H clover

Beaufort County 4-H will be holding a Rabbit Show at Bath Fest behind the Bonner House on Saturday, May 14 at 10:30 a.m.. This show is an open show and is not limited to just Beaufort County.

Youth ages 5-18 are welcome to enter and show their own rabbits by filling out the Hop the Plank Rabbit Show Registration Form by May 6th.

Cost will be $15 (and $5 for each additional rabbit). Checks can be made out to the Beaufort County 4-H Fund. Payment is due by May 9.

All animals are subject to a health check to assess for ear mites, pasturella, scours, sore hock, and other contagious diseases. Animals showing signs of any illness or parasite will not be allowed to show. All animals should have been in North Carolina for 30 days prior to the show date, with no signs of illness in that 30 days.

Requirements for rabbits:

– 10 weeks or older on the show date
– Pass health check
– Animals sex and age will be confirmed during the health check
– Rabbits that are not tattooed may have their ears marked with sharpie at the show

Optional Animal Books

If you plan on completing a Rabbit Project Record Book at the end of the year, you would enter these pages after the Project Focus Section

Rabbit Showmanship Resources:

Please contact the Beaufort County 4-H Agent with any questions.