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Protect Your Cattle. Promote Education.A Winning Combination from Central Life Sciences & the Oklahoma Cattlemen's Foundation

Thu, 28 Jan 2021 09:35:58 CST

Protect Your Cattle. Promote Education.A Winning Combination from Central Life Sciences & the Oklahoma Cattlemen's Foundation Central Life Sciences (CLS) has partnered with the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Foundation to provide $5,000 in scholarships annually.
“The Central Life Sciences team simply knew we wanted to help Oklahomans make their educational dreams a reality,” says Mark Upton, National Director of Sales, Feed Additives for CLS.

A $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to one graduate student and three students pursuing postsecondary education will receive $1,000 scholarships toward their careers and scholastic endeavors.
CLS is dedicated to giving back to communities and customers who utilize their product Altosid® IGR. As a result, the scholarships are directly funded by CLS based upon product sales in Oklahoma. Customers should submit invoices, receipts, or order numbers to CLS’s rebate website Altosidigr.com/rebate.
Additives can be blended into almost any feeding ration for any stage of beef production. Cattlemen are encouraged to study the combination of scientific evidence with real world application.
A webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 16 to provide cattlemen with product information and details on the scholarship program. Registration details will be available next week.
Central Life Sciences (CLS) is excited to introduce themselves to a younger generation of agriculturalists. Supporting agricultural youth springs from an understanding that the future health and success of the company relies on the quality of young agriculturists making a career in the industry.
“The OCF Scholarship program has grown each year and that is a direct result of support from industry partners like Central Life Sciences,” Shackelford said. “The agriculture industry seems to mutually agree that educating and encouraging our agricultural youth it not just important, it’s vital.”
   

 

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