4-H press report: knots

By Bryce Rudolph

We all started off with the reading of the minutes from the last meeting from the secretary, Addison Brown.

Then we did our pledge as usual. After the 4H pledge, we took our steer and heifer food like beef and diary ration, oats, corn and pellets. We put them in clear bags to show them.

We then did our work sheets after that we started on a new booklet . At the end of the meeting we practices to tie a slip knot. Slip knots are useful for easy release of the animal in the stall.

To make a slip knot: Make a loop in the rope then put the end threw and that was it.