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Kansas Grain and Feed Association awards $30,000 in scholarships

This initiative is part of KGFA’s commitment to fostering the next generation of agricultural leaders.

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To address the rising cost of higher education, the Kansas Grain and Feed Association (KGFA) has awarded nearly $30,000 in scholarships to 19 graduating high school seniors across the state for the 2024-25 academic year. The scholarship program aims to support the next generation of leaders in the agricultural industry.

The KGFA scholarship committee, comprised of members from the association, reviewed over 250 applications and selected 19 recipients based on merit and geographic diversity.

“Our board of directors and scholarship committee understand the importance of introducing the next generation to our industry and association as early as possible,” said KGFA President and CEO Ron Seeber. “We are proud to support the education of our future workforce’s emerging leaders and wish them the best of luck in their studies.”

KGFA annually awards 18 scholarships worth $1,500 each and also administers the Dub and Inez Johnson $500 memorial scholarship fund. Eligible students must be graduating Kansas high school seniors with excellent academic records, good citizenship, and a strong desire to continue their education at a Kansas four-year university, community college, or technical school.

Since 1976, KGFA has helped countless students pursue their educational goals. The industry’s 2024 award recipients are listed below.

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