Youth Activities

The Ohio CattleWomen's Association offers a wide variety of Youth Activities throughout the year. Some of the programs include:

More information on Youth Activities can be found throughout the site or by contacting any of the OCW Officers.

The Ohio CattleWomen's Association welcomes members of all ages. If you are interested in joining OCW, our annual membership fee is only $15. Click here to download a membership form.

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L to R: Amy Coffman, Levi Hartschuh, Dona Tullis

4-H Beef
Achievement Award

Levi Hartschuh was presented The 2017 Ohio 4-H Beef Achievement Award in June of 2017 at the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center in Columbus. The Ohio Cattlewomen’s Association sponsors The Ohio 4-H Beef Achievement Award each year. Levi attended the National 4-H Congress with other youths from all over the country in November in Atlanta, Georgia.

To be eligible for this award each candidate must fill out an application and list 4-H projects, 4-H participation, 4-H activities, 4-H honors, 4-H community service/citizenship activities, 4-H leadership, 4-H officer/committee, 4-H experiences and they have to write a 4-H story that has contributed to their personal development, leadership skills and career plans.

Levi is the son of David and Leah Hartschuh. He has been active in the family’s cattle operation. Levi attends Wynford Local Schools and has been active in 4-H for 6 years, completing numerous livestock projects. His future plans are to pursue a career in law enforcement or education.

OCW Sponsors FFA Beef Production Award

Proficiency awards are a result of a FFA member’s supervised agricultural experience (SAE) enterprises and acknowledge skill development and career based skills in related award areas. The Beef Production Placement award is centered on the student’s work with a livestock producer and putting into operation the best management practices available to efficiently produce and market beef.

The state winner was Clinton Liming of the Felicity-Franklin FFA chapter.

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Clinton Liming