Oxford County 4-H June Jamboree Livestock Clinic, Working Steer and Horse Clinic

June 8 – 10, 2018
Fryeburg Fair Grounds
1154 Main Street, Fryeburg, Maine

UMaine youth with horsesAt the clinic, learn about

  • washing,
  • clipping,
  • showmanship,
  • animal handling,
  • marketing skills,
  • record keeping,
  • zoonotic disease, and
  • more!

Workshops are designed for youth working in the project areas of sheep, swine, working steer, and horse. Rabies vaccines will be available.

There is a $20.00 registration fee. Camper space is available and meals will be provided starting with breakfast Saturday morning through lunch on Sunday. Check-in begins Friday evening after 5:00 P.M. For more information about Oxford County 4-H June Jamboree, please email maisy.cyr@maine.edu or rebecca.mosley@maine.edu. This event is open to 4-H Families from all counties.

Youth who do not have animals are welcome to attend and learn about the 4-H Animal Science Program.

Cost: $20.00 (includes meals and tent or camper space).

Register Online 

Adults and youth must preregister to help with meal and activity planning. Your registration is not complete until we receive all forms.

Additional Required Forms

Registration deadline: May 25, 2018.

Mail Additional Required Forms to:

UMaine Extension – Oxford County
9 Olson Road
South Paris, Maine 04281-6402


Additional Information

Working Steer Workshops and Demonstrations throughout the weekend.

The skill level and interests of youth participating in horse clinics will determine Saturday and Sunday workshops. Horseless riders are welcome. Mary Fernald will be hosting.

Youth who do not have animals are welcome to attend June Jamboree to learn about our Animal Science Projects and to support fellow 4-H members.

For more information about Oxford County 4-H June Jamboree Livestock Clinic, contact maisy.cyr@maine.edu or rebecca.mosley@maine.edu.

If you are a person with a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Maisy Cyr at maisy.cyr@maine.edu or 207.743.6329 or 1.800.287.1482 (in Maine) to discuss your needs. Receiving requests for accommodations at least 10 days before the program provides a reasonable amount of time to meet the request, however all requests will be considered.