Merck Animal Health, through the Kansas Livestock Foundation, has awarded six Kansas students Ralgro Wheels for Bucks Scholarships for the 2013-14 school year. Funding for these awards was generated from empty Ralgro wheels turned in by KLA members. For every empty wheel collected, Merck donated $1 to KLF to help fund scholarships.
Douglas Shane, Manhattan, has been chosen to receive a $1,500 WFB Scholarship, which recognizes Kansas State University veterinary school students with a career goal of being a large animal veterinarian. Shane, a first-year veterinary student, is the son of Scott and Beverly Shane of Louisburg.
Five students were awarded $1,000 WFB Scholarships. Kurtis Clawson is the son of Kenby and Lana Clawson from Satanta. He will be a junior at K-State majoring in agronomy and agriculture economics. Beth Haflinger, daughter of Fred and Gretchen Haflinger from WaKeeney, will be a sophomore at K-State majoring in agriculture economics. Brady Jensen is the son of Kevin and Sheila Jensen of Courtland. He will be a junior at K-State and is majoring in animal science. Brady Rundel, son of Pam and the late Bob Rundel of Colby, will be a junior at K-State majoring in agribusiness. Nathan Stinson is the son of Brian and Renee Stinson from Allen. He is majoring in agriculture economics and will be a junior at K-State in the fall.
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