Daviess County Farm Bureau Now Accepting 2021 College Scholarship Applications - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Daviess County Farm Bureau Now Accepting 2021 College Scholarship Applications

Applications are now being accepted online for the 2021 Daviess County Farm Bureau and Kentucky Farm Bureau Scholarship Programs.  Note:  New this year, Daviess County Farm Bureau is offering a scholarship for current college students pursing a degree in agriculture, see below.

  • Daviess County Farm Bureau Scholarship - awarded to a student of a Daviess County Farm Bureau member. 
  • Tom Curtsinger Scholarship - awarded to a student of a Daviess County Farm Bureau member pursuing a degree in agriculture or a related field; or they are the child of a farm family.
  • Daviess County Young Farmer Scholarship – awarded to a student of a Daviess County Farm Bureau member pursuing a degree in agriculture or a related field; or they are the child of a farm family.
  • Daniel L. Turley Scholarship - awarded to a student of a Daviess County Farm Bureau member. 
  • Daviess County Farm Bureau Insurance Agents Scholarship - awarded to a student of a Daviess County Farm Bureau member. 
  • “New” Daviess County Farm Bureau Continuing Education Ag Scholarship –Awarded to a current college student of a Daviess County Farm Bureau member pursuing a degree in agriculture. 

To apply, go to click here and select the application button at the bottom of the page. 

** All applications must be submitted online by NOON on February 28, 2021. **

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