Kayla Moser and Reagan Kays each were chosen to receive a $1,000 “Youth in Agriculture” scholarship from the Kansas Livestock Foundation (KLF). Nicole Stieben will receive the $1,000 Old District 4 Scholarship from KLF. Moser, Kays and Stieben earned three of the nine total scholarships presented by KLF for the 2010-11 school year.

Moser is the daughter of Harry and Lisa Moser of Wheaton . She served as president of her local 4-H club and was a member of the Onaga High School FFA Livestock Judging Team. She will be a freshman at Kansas State University this fall, majoring in animal science and ag economics.

Kays, the son of Kelly and Connie Kays of Weir, operates a purebred Angus cattle business with his brother. He was active in 4-H, serving as president of his local club and vice president of the Kansas 4-H Youth Leadership Council. Kays will be attending K-State this fall, majoring in bio-science/bio-technology in the College of Agriculture .

Stieben, the daughter of Nick and Tonetta Stieben of Bazine, will be a junior majoring in ag communications at K-State this fall. She currently owns an Angus cow-calf herd with her two siblings. The Old District 4 Scholarship is awarded to a student whose home is in Clark, Comanche, Edwards, Ford, Gray, Hodgeman, Kiowa, Meade, Ness or Pawnee County .

For more information visit www.kla.org.