Four Kansas State University students have been awarded $1,000 Merck Animal Health Cartridges for Cash scholarships through the Kansas Livestock Foundation. Tyler Bottorff from Galena will be a senior and is the daughter of Todd and Shelly Bottorff. Zachary Buessing of Baileyville is the son of Bruce and Michelle Buessing. He will be a senior this fall. Katie Lybarger of Garnett also will be a senior and is the daughter of Dave and Myra Lybarger. Emma McClure from Hugoton is the daughter of Joel and Karen McClure. She will be a junior in the fall.
Cartridges for Cash scholarships are funded by Ralgro and Revalor cartridges being turned in to Merck representatives, taken to a KLA meeting or brought to the KLA Convention and Trade Show in Wichita in December. Each cartridge is worth 25¢.