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Colorado Farm Show announces 2021 scholarship winners


The Colorado Farm Show will award 10 high school seniors and two college students a total of $27,000 to help with their higher education goals and expenses. The 2021 Colorado Farm Show Scholarships will be awarded at a banquet in their honor on Saturday January 30th, 2021 by invitation and for those that wish to watch the ceremony can do so live online, check the Colorado Farm Show Facebook, Instagram & website for specific time.

The Colorado Farm Show Board would like to wish all recipients Good Luck in their future educational paths, including:

$4,000 Rolling Scholarship Recipients

  • Ema Richardson of Yuma
  • Jed Sidwell of Gill

$2,000 Chuck Urano Memorial Scholarship Recipients

  • Charles (George) Graybill of Keenesburg
  • Morgan Barba of Henderson
  • Niquole Knapp of Rocky Ford
  • Tristin Niccoli of Joes
  • Jayci Mekelburg of Eckley
  • Kaley Pieper of Fowler

$2,000 Carl Luther Memorial Vo-Tech Scholarships

  • Austin Hayes of Eaton
  • Reid Grimes of Windsor

$1,500 Secondary Scholarship Recipients

  • Kirsten Wood of Weldona
  • Macy Collins of Meeker

This brings the total scholarship dollars awarded by the Colorado Farm Show to $289,000! Learn more about each of the 2021 Colorado Farm Show Scholarship Winners on their website.

More about the 2022 Colorado Farm Show

The 57th annual Colorado Farm Show was postponed and will return on January 25-26-27, 2022, The event will once again feature close to 300 ag-related exhibitors and draws in more than 30,000 visitors from throughout the region, who are interested in learning more about ag products, services, and machinery. There will once again be numerous educational breakout sessions over the 3-day show featuring: Beef, Equine, Dairy, Sheep, Colorado Produce, Colorado Agriculture Education Days, Ag Spotlight, Ag Outlook, Colorado Weather Report, Weeds, Partners in Ag & many more.

There is never an admission fee to attend, just simply a $5 parking fee, which will include complimentary shuttle service from your car to the front door, and it goes towards funding the annual CFS Scholarships too. There is never a limit on how many people you can load in your car, truck, semi or tractor for that matter. 


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