Logan County Farm Bureau is offering multiple scholarships, in amounts from $250 to $750 (based on number of qualified applications received) for high school seniors or collegiate students currently enrolled in institutions focusing on agriculture or another related field of study. The scholarship is funded by the Logan County Farm Bureau solely, and students may fill out this application or request an application from the county office at 877-775-7642.


  • Must be a high school senior entering college in the fall of 2023 or already enrolled in a college/technical program level course of study.
  • Parents /Guardian of the applicant or applicant must be members of the Logan County Farm Bureau in good standing.
  • Applicant must complete the application with essay question. THIS APPLICATION MUST BE TYPED and can be submitted electronically to [email protected]. In addition, applicants may be required to interview with the scholarship committee. Candidates will be alerted of this interview time if required. 

The scholarship is based upon scholastic achievement, extracurricular activities and a personal interview. All interviews will be held shortly after April 1. Applicants will be notified of the date, time and location of the interviews.

All applications need to be returned to the Logan County Farm Bureau office, 110 Industrial Dr. Suite C  Wapakoneta, OH 45895, by March 15, 2023

2023 Logan Co. Farm Bureau Scholarship Qualifications & Fillable Application


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