Braden Mishler of Arnold has been named winner of a $1,000 Kansas Livestock Foundation (KLF) Lindstrom Brothers Scholarship. Mishler, the son of Brian and Janet Mishler, will be a sophomore at Kansas State University. He is studying biological systems engineering with an emphasis on agricultural machinery.
     The Lindstrom Brothers Scholarship program was established with a donation from the estates of Clyde and Glenn Lindstrom, who operated a family farm near Falun. These scholarships are awarded to students of at least sophomore level attending a Kansas junior or senior college, with preference given to residents of Unified School District 400 in northern McPherson and southern Saline counties.
     Reid Beeman from Olpe, the son of Jeanna and Preston Beeman, was awarded the first KLF Fred H. Woodbury Memorial Scholarship, worth $500. Beeman will be a freshman at Fort Scott Community College this fall, pursuing an associate degree in agriculture.
     This scholarship was created in memory of Woodbury, who passed away in April 2015 after a lifetime of ranching near Quenemo. Applicants must be pursuing a degree in agriculture at any Kansas college, with preference given to those residing in Chase, Franklin, Lyon, Osage and Wabaunsee counties.




KLA Vice President of Communications Todd Domer has winners from the highly competitive fed cattle show at Beef Empire Days.