TOPEKA, Kan. — The deadline to apply for Kansas Livestock Foundation (KLF) scholarships is April 20. Members who know students pursuing a degree in agriculture or a related field, including veterinary medicine, should encourage them to check out the availability and requirements here. Students in Barton, Chase, Franklin, Lyon, McPherson, Osage, Saline and Wabaunsee counties will receive preference for several geographic-specific scholarships and are strongly encouraged to apply.
KLF scholarships are made possible through the generosity of several allied industry companies; buyers and sellers at the KLF Club Calf Sale; those establishing named scholarships in honor of a family member; and donors and bidders in the Kansas CattleWomen Silent Auction.
— Kansas Livestock Association
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