National Cattlemen's Foundation awards scholarships
Two outstanding graduate students were recognized today with scholarships awarded in honor of one of the cattle industry's greatest pioneers. The National Cattlemen's Foundation honored the late W.D. Farr, of Greeley, Colo., through two annual $12,000 graduate scholarships bearing his name.
Chelsea Kay Good will begin law school this fall at Washburn University in Topeka, Kan. Originally from Colorado, Good is currently completing her Master's Degree in Communication Studies at Kansas State University, where she has also received Bachelor's Degrees in agricultural communications and journalism, political science and public relations. Good also received an Associate's Degree in Agriculture from Butler Community College. Upon receiving her law degree, Good plans to use her accumulative training to aid the beef industry in making a personal connection with consumers and lawmakers who are increasingly removed from the business.
Ryan G. L. Murphy is a doctoral candidate in Meat Science, at Colorado State University, where he also received his Master's Degree in Meat Science, with research focus on international marketing of red meats as well as red meat quality and safety. A native of Canada, Murphy received his Bachelor's Degree in Animal Science at the University of Saskatchewan.
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