4-H Judging Teams
- Consumer Judging - In consumer judging students learn to compare the quality and price of items to make a wise consumer choice for a given situation. Practices for this competitive event begin in early October to prepare for the competition in November. Students meet weekly at the 4-H office to learn about the items, situations, and how to give an oral justification for their comparisons.
- Poultry Judging - In poultry judging students will learn how to examine and grade eggs for exterior quality, as well as broken out and candling for internal quality. Students will learn to identify the butcher cuts of ready to cook poultry as well as how to grade ready to cook meats. They will also learn to identify the physical characteristics which indicate that a hen is a quality producer of eggs.
- Forestry Judging - In 4-H forestry judging students learn about one of Georgia's most valuable resources. Participants learn to identify trees, insects, and diseases. They also participate in compass and pacing activities and learn how to estimate volume of timber harvest.
- Wildlife Judging - In wildlife judging students will learn about wildlife concepts, wildlife management practices, to identify native species, to evaluate habitats, and to make recommendations for modifications for habitats to benefit the target species. Workshops to prepare for this competition will meet at the 4-H office and begin during the summer vacation.