Kansas Livestock Foundation Scholarships

The Kansas Livestock Foundation (KLF), in conjunction with Merck Animal Health, GoBob America’s Ranch Equipment, Hampel Oil, Mobil Delvac, Equity Bank, Rally House and the Kansas CattleWomen, is offering several scholarships for the 2024-25 school year. By submitting one application, you apply for all the scholarship categories for which you qualify. Each candidate is eligible to win only one scholarship. Applicants must be graduates of a Kansas high school (or equivalent) and enrolled at a Kansas community or senior college for the fall 2024 semester. Previous winners of any KLF scholarships are ineligible, with the exception of veterinary students who have not previously received the Merck Cartridges for Cash Vet Student Scholarship.


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Cartridges for Cash $1,500 Vet Student Scholarship

Any Kansas State University veterinary medicine student with a career goal of being a large animal veterinarian.


Cartridges for Cash $1,000 Scholarship

Any student attending a Kansas community or senior college, pursuing a degree in agriculture or a related field. Preference will be given to Kansas State University and Fort Hays State University students entering their junior or senior year and majoring in Animal Sciences with a career goal of being actively engaged in livestock production.



Cartridges for Cash (county specific) $1,000 Scholarship

At least one student from the county that turns in the most cartridges the previous year will receive a Cartridges for Cash Scholarship, providing there is a qualified applicant.



Douglas A Laue Memorial $1,500 Scholarship

Any student entering their junior or senior year at Kansas State University or Fort Hays State University, pursuing a degree in agriculture.


Glenn & Clyde Lindstrom $1,000 Scholarship

Any student sophomore level or above attending a Kansas community or senior college, pursuing a degree in agriculture. Preference will be given to students residing within the boundaries of Unified School District 400 in northern McPherson and southern Saline counties.

Kansas CattleWomen $1,000 Scholarship 

Any student attending a Kansas community or senior college, pursuing a degree in dietetics, food safety, agriculture or a related field.


Youth in Agriculture $1,000 Scholarship

Any student attending a Kansas community or senior college, pursuing a degree in agriculture or a related field.


Scott Johnson & Family $1,000 Scholarship

Any student attending Kansas State University in the fall of the following school year and pursuing a degree in animal sciences and industry, agricultural communications and journalism, agribusiness or agricultural economics. 

Fred H. Woodbury Memorial Kansas Livestock Foundation $500 Scholarship

Any student entering their sophomore year or above in the fall the following school year at a Kansas community or senior college and pursuing a degree in agriculture. Preference will be given to students residing within Chase, Franklin, Lyon, Osage or Wabaunsee county. 






GoBob America's Ranch Equipment $1,000 Scholarship 

Any student sophomore year or above at a Kansas community or senior college, pursuing a degree in agriculture or a related field.


Hampel Oil/Mobil Delvac $1,000 Scholarship

Any student entering their junior or senior year at Kansas State University or Fort Hays State University, pursuing a degree in agronomy, agribusiness, or ag economics. Preference will be given to applicants with a career goal of being actively engaged in a farming or feedyard enterprise.


Rally House EAT BEEF Kansas Livestock Foundation $1,000 Scholarship

Any student attending Kansas State University in the fall of 2024 and pursuing a degree in agriculture or a related field.


Equity Bank Kansas Livestock Foundation $2,500 Scholarship


Any student attending a Kansas community or senior college in the fall of 2024 and pursuing a degree in agriculture or a related field. Preference will be given to Kansas State University and Fort Hays State University students entering their junior or senior year and majoring in animal sciences with a career goal of being actively engaged in livestock production.