Each year, the Delaware Farm Bureau Women’s Committee and Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee award scholarships to deserving high school and college students!

View the available scholarships below:

Each year the Delaware Farm Bureau Women’s Committee awards scholarships to students in the agricultural and non-agricultural field. The State committee awards a $2,500 scholarship and each county committee awards a $1,000 scholarship. 

Check back in January for 2022 scholarship applications.

Every year, the YF&R awards a scholarship to deserving students whose parents or grandparents are members of the Delaware Farm Bureau.

Check back in January for 2022 scholarship applications.

DCA’s College Scholarship Program open to 2022 applicants
Delmarva Chicken Association has opened the application period for our 2022 College Scholarship Program. Applications are being accepted for undergraduate scholarships of $2,000 and graduate-degree scholarships of $3,000. Complete applications for these scholarships must be received by DCA no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, April 8, 2022. 
Career opportunities in the chicken industry extend far beyond jobs in processing plants or on farms. Students majoring in accounting, engineering, marketing, veterinary science, nutrition, genetics, chemistry, environmental science, computer science, and many other areas of study will find their skills in demand in a chicken career.
Each applicant must be a student in good standing at an accredited institution of higher learning within the United States, or in the case of graduating high school seniors, accepted to an accredited institution within the United States. Students applying for undergraduate scholarships must be Delmarva residents who are pursuing a career path leading to employment in any segment of Delmarva’s chicken community. Graduate student scholarships are available to any student at a U.S. university who is engaged in research that directly benefits Delmarva’s chicken community. A complete transcript must accompany the application, and in the case of high school seniors, proof of college acceptance is required. Applicants must secure a letter of reference from an academic advisor or faculty member. DCA membership on the part of the applicant or his or her family is not required and has no bearing on the selection process.
For more information, or to access an application form, visit



Bayer Fund is excited to once again partner with National FFA to offer ag students the opportunity to receive a $1,500 Grow Ag Leaders scholarship. High school seniors through college juniors pursuing any ag-related field study at a trade school, community college, or four-year college or university can apply now through January 11, 2022.

Program Details:

  • Visit for more information and official rules
  • Apply online at 
  • Applications accepted through January 11, 2022    
  • Receive endorsements from two farmers by January 18, 2022
  • More than 350 scholarships awarded to students across the country
  • Winners announced in May 2022
  • Encourage students to take advantage of this scholarship opportunity today! Attached is a Grow Ag Leaders flyer to print and distribute. Students do not need to be FFA members to apply or receive this scholarship.


Once again the Delaware Equine Council Foundation will be awarding scholarships on March 12, 2022 at our annual Scholarship Awards Dinner. Scholarship applications must be postmarked by January 31, 2022. Students attending any U.S. university may qualify for consideration as long as they meet the additional qualifications outlined below.

The Delaware Equine Council Foundation awards scholarships to one or more individuals who meet the required criteria. Must be a U.S. citizen, or a legal resident alien, and a Delaware resident or DEC member (may join during the application process). Must be enrolled and in good standing at an agricultural or equine course of study or related field, or a veterinary or vet tech program in the United States and have completed, or are about to complete, one full semester.

Submissions must include a transcript of one full semester’s grades with the application form. The application must also include a 400-word essay, “How I Plan to Use This Course of Study to Further the Equine or Agricultural Industry.”
• All awards are given without discrimination as to race, sex, creed or age.
• Application must be received by January 31, 2022.
• Winners will be notified in February.
• Scholarship Award: $1,500
Follow this link to the 2022 Scholarship form: Delaware Equine Council Foundation