2018 Scholarships


2019 Applications

Download the Certified Texas Bred Registry Scholarship Application

Download the Production Grant Application

Application Deadline is April 15, 2019.

2018 CTBR Foundation Gilt Scholarship Recipients

Certified Texas Bred Registry Announces Scholarship Winners

Alexandra Ely, Boerne, TX – Texas A&M University

Riley Reep, Ropesville, TX – Texas Tech University

Trevor Schwartz, San Angelo, TX – Angelo State University

Erin Steglich, Holland, TX – Texas A&M University

Kamlynn Thomas, Jacksboro, TX –¬†Texas Tech University


2018 Texas Tech Scholarship Recipients

Coming Soon


2018 Texas A&M Scholarship Recipients

Meghan Clancy

Meghan grew up in Conroe, Texas where she raised show pigs
and participated in FFA and 4-H. In 2016, she started her college career at Texas
A&M studying animal science. Meghan is currently a junior and is a member of
the 20107-2018 Texas A&M Meat Judging Team. Meghan has interned with

Smithfield hog productions and USDA Meat and Animal Research Center.

Following graduation, Meghan plans to pursue a career in the meat industry
focusing on pork quality.

Makayla Hoffpauir

Makayla grew up in Bremond, Texas where she quickly

learned the importance of agriculture through her participation in the FFA.
Makayla is a junior animal science major; she is actively involved in the Pre-Vet
Society and the 12th Man Foundation. Makayla currently works at the Texas A&M
large animal hospital. Following graduation, she plans to become a veterinarian


Texas FFA Scholarship Recipients

Entrepreneurship – Gideon Kruse, Fredericksburg FFA

Placement – Claire McCormick, Canyon FFA


Texas 4-H Swine Record Book Winner 

Adaline Utley, Hockley County 4-H


Texas 4-H Swine Quiz Bowl Winner

Senior – McLennan County 4-H (Travis Lilley, Thomas Powers, Kinze Reich, Kyndal Sligh)

Intermediate – Carson County 4-H (Jett Bradford, Kinlea Ford, Christopher McLaughlin, Savannah Sinclair)


Texas Pork Leadership Camp Scholarship Recipients

Trey Butler, Perryton

Laurell Pfeiffer, Hondo

Reed Seidenberger, Garden City