COLUMBIA, MISSOURI (Feb. 18, 2021) - Central Life Sciences is proud to partner with Missouri’s Cattlemen Foundation in support of Missouri’s future agriculture leaders through the creation of a new Central Life Sciences Scholarship. This scholarship(s) will be dedicated to a Missouri student(s) pursuing a degree in an agriculture-related field of study and will be awarded in January during the Missouri Cattle Industry Convention & Trade Show.
“We at Central Life Sciences are excited to support our future leaders with their educational efforts and are thrilled to be working with Missouri’s Cattlemen Foundation to make it happen” said Paul Kropp, National Account Manager for Central Life Sciences.
“This partnership is evidence that Missouri’s Cattlemen Foundation and Central Life Sciences have a shared dedication to promoting and encouraging young people in the agriculture industry,” said Missouri’s Cattlemen Foundation Chair Teresa Carlson. “We are very appreciative of the opportunity to come together to support education and foster growth through this scholarship program.”
Central Life Sciences, makers of Altosid® IGR feed-through fly control, is launching a program to reward scholarship dollars based on purchases of Altosid® IGR included beef products within the state of Missouri. As a producer, you can support local students with your purchase of feed or mineral that contains the feed-through horn fly control of Altosid® IGR. For every ton purchased between January 1st and May 31st, 2021, Central Life Sciences will donate $10/ton to a scholarship fund established by Missouri’s Cattlemen Foundation.
Visit AltosidIGR.com/rebate to submit proof of qualifying purchases by May 31, 2021.
For More Information about Altosid® IGR please visit www.altosidigr.com.
Central Life Sciences® products are a part of Central Garden & Pet Company. Central Life Sciences is dedicated to creating healthier environments and making life better for people, plants and companion animals around the world. As inventors of insect growth regulator technology more than 50 years ago, the founders of Central Life Sciences pioneered biorational pest control: using the insect’s chemistry as a means to reduce pest populations. To learn more about Central Life Sciences, call 1-800-248-7763 or visit our website at www.centrallifesciences.com.
Missouri’s Cattlemen Foundation was created in 1997 and has been nurturing important, long term facets of the cattle industry, education for our future leaders and promoting needed research. The Foundation’s mission is to promote the educational development of rural youth by aiding injured children, providing farm safety training, leadership programs, and scholarships. For more information concerning Missouri’s Cattlemen Foundation, contact Teresa Carlson, Missouri’s Cattlemen Foundation Chairperson, at (573) 881-0314 or [email protected]