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SD Farm Bureau announces scholarships

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AWARDING AG PASSION: The South Dakota Farm Bureau Scholarship Fund, established in 2005, recognizes young people who have a passion for agriculture and their rural communities.
Eight recipients were given either agriculture- or community-focused awards.

To promote youth involved in agriculture and their communities, South Dakota Farm Bureau awarded $7,600 in scholarships to eight recipients. To apply, the recipients needed to a high school senior or college student, and have parents or guardians who have been members of SDFB for at least two years.

Applicants were considered for either an agriculture- or community-focused scholarship, depending on their major and experience with agriculture.

Recipients of the ag-focused awards were:

  • Everett Paul of Faith will major in precision machining at Lake Area Technical College.
  • Teigen Hadrick of Faulkton, an animal science major, will attend South Dakota State University.
  • Beth Nagel of Gettysburg will major in ag communications and ag leadership at SDSU.
  • John Piroutek of Milesville, an ag business major, will be attending SDSU.

Community-focused recipients include:

  • Brycen Cheney of Wall, a human biology major, will be attending SDSU.
  • Laney Mackaben of Belle Fourche will major in animal science and biomedical science at North Dakota State University.
  • Malia Schumacher of Pierre, a human biology and pre-med major, will attend SDSU.
  • Ruth Trautman of Huron, an accounting major, will attend Southeast Technical College.

“South Dakota Farm Bureau takes great pride in recognizing young people that have a passion for agriculture and their rural communities each year with this scholarship,” says Krystil Smit, SDFB executive director. “We are proud to continue this tradition and wish them success in their educational journey.”

The SDFB Scholarship Fund was established in 2005 by Richard and Agnes Ekstrum of Kimball, S.D. Richard served as SDFB’s president in 1975-95.

For more information about South Dakota Farm Bureau, visit sdfbf.org

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