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Source: Feed Energy news release

Feed Energy announced today that for the sixth consecutive year it is offering two $2,500 "Excellence in Ag" scholarships to students studying agriculture at a college or university in the Midwest.

Recipients will include one undergraduate student and one graduate student. Interested students can find more information and apply for the scholarship at The application deadline is May 5, 2017.

To be eligible students must meet specific requirements, including attending a college or university in one of the following states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota or South Dakota. They must have an agriculture-related major, be a sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student, and have a 3.0 to 4.0 GPA. The two scholarship recipients will be chosen based on their resume, references, and a two-page essay.

"We are proud to offer this scholarship because we believe in the power of agricultural education," said Joseph P. Riley, Executive Vice President. "It is our hope that these students will bring creative, innovative solutions to our industry as well as their passion."

About Feed Energy
Feed Energy is an agribusiness primarily engaged in producing high-energy, liquid feed ingredients. The company produces and distributes scientifically balanced, high-performance ingredients throughout the Midwest. Feed Energy's headquarters and original production facility have been in Des Moines for more than 30 years, with additional Iowa production facilities in Sioux City and Pacific Junction. Visit

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