Check-In begins at 10:00 a.m.
Located in Leeson Arena
$10, 3 age groups
4-H Members may participate in all three scrambles (lamb, goat, pig) but may win only once. If you catch 1st, you will be awarded a $75 check for next year's project in the species that you caught. If you catch 1st more than once you must choose species. Checks are issued in June after animals have been ear tagged/enrolled for the Fair.
$5 Age 8 and Under
The rabbit & chicken scramble is limited to children 8 years & under. Participants take a rabbit or chicken home if they catch one. Parents of age 8 and under please come prepared to take home a pet!
The Sandoval County 4-H Amigos is a non-profit organization founded in 2008. An unpaid, volunteer board administers the Club. Working hand in hand with 4-H and FFA programs to promote a creative and supportive environment in which culturally diverse youth can reach their full potential. The goal of the Amigos is to help cover the basic cost of the youth's 4-H projects, and bring up the value of the animal being sold in the Jr. Livestock auction.
Click below to learn more about Amigos and ways to contribute!