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Important News from Heartland Cooperative Services

"Character is like a tree and reputation like a shadow.The shadow is what we think of it;
the tree is the real thing." -Abraham Lincoln

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Helping the Future of Agriculture.
The future of agriculture is in the hands of our youth.  The young people in our communities will be tomorrow’s leaders in everything from dairy production to cattle ranching, from growing the crops that feed the world to research and development in all areas of agriculture.

Heartland Cooperative wants to give ten such individuals a helping hand. We are awarding ten $1000.00 scholarships to high school seniors who will be furthering their education in an agricultural related field at a four year college or a technical school.

To qualify, they or their parents must be active patrons of Heartland Cooperative Services. The chosen recipients will receive their $1000.00 scholarship at the beginning of the second semester of school after providing Heartland Cooperative a copy of their first semester’s transcripts showing an achievement of at least a “C” average.
Applications are due by March 15th 2016. Mail them to:
 Heartland Cooperative Services
PO Box 260
Dorchester WI 54425-0260
Attention: Scholarship.
The Board of Directors will choose the recipients. The decision of the board is final.
If there are not sufficient applicants interested in agriculture, these scholarships will then be awarded to students in other fields of study.

If the recipient does not attend a post secondary school the first year after graduation from high school the scholarship shall be forfeited to an alternate.

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So God Made a Farmer.. A Wisconsin farmers tribute.

A Tribute to my Dad ~ John Larson. All photos taken on the Larson farm in Jackson County near Osseo Wisconsin.
Video narrated by Paul Harvey ~ a speech he delivered at the 1978 National FFA Convention.

You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich
You cannot strengthen the week by weakening the strong
You cannot lift the wage earner up by pulling the wage payer down
You cannot further the brotherhood of man by inciting class hatred
You cannot build character and courage by taking every people's initiative and independence
You cannot help people permanently by doing for them what they could and should do for themselves."
 Abraham Lincoln

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