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Hi. A 2nd grader would not able to participate in a project, including horses. We have a program called "Cloverbuds" that is a way younger children can be part of 4-H. A child who turns 9 years of age by October 1st can join a project club. The younger children can only be Cloverbuds. Please call your local county office to find out about a Cloverbud experience for your child.

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