Canadian Western Agribition has awarded this year’s $2,500 post-secondary scholarships to students with a history of involvement in the show.
The winners are:
• Breanna Anderson of Swan River, Man,. who is in a master’s program at the University of Saskatchewan focusing on refining corn grazing recommendations.
• Megan Bergsveinson from Alameda, Sask., a fourth-year agriculture student at the U of S pursuing a career in large animal medicine.
• Raelynne Rosso from Moose Jaw, who will study animal science at Lakeland College next fall.
As well, the Barry Andrew Family Scholarship presented $1,500 to Jake Rawluk of Moosehorn, Man., who is studying agribusiness and crop technology at Lakeland College.
The William M. Farley Memorial Scholarship, which recognizes students who volunteered at the show, went to Matt Bates of Cameron, Ont. He attends the University of Guelph’s animal science program and is planning a career in large animal veterinary medicine.