Morrisville, NC (May 21, 2021) – Nufarm Range and Pasture Solutions is pleased to introduce the recipients of the Grassmanship Scholarship Program, awarding one $5,000 and four $1,000 scholarships to current and incoming college agriculture students.

While there were hundreds of applicants with a passion for agriculture, these selected students truly embody a the concept of Grassmanship through plans, aspirations and innovative ideas that will positively impact tomorrow’s land management practices. Nufarm recognizes the importance of investing in students who will contribute to the sustainability and success of agriculture for years to come. 

“Our hats off to the accomplished 2021 scholarship recipients, and our thanks to the many impressive students who applied,” said Chris Bowley, Nufarm’s Customer & Brand Marketing Manager. “The future of agriculture is clearly in great and capable hands and we look forward to seeing what you can each achieve.”

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Kendall Knicely

Kendall, a Virginia native, attends Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, pursuing a major in Agricultural Sciences with a minor in Leadership and Social Change with plans to graduate in 2022.



Jasey Black

Jasey, an Alabama native, studies Agricultural Communications at Auburn University and plans to graduate in December 2021.

Taylore Ashton

Taylore, a Texas native, studies Animal Science at Texas Tech University and plans to graduate in 2022.

Anslie Yoder

Anslie, a Florida native, studies Agribusiness at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Georgia and plans to graduate in 2023.

Jessee Millsaps

Jessee, a Tennessee native, studies Mechanical Engineering at Tennessee Technological University and plans to graduate in 2023.


Nufarm’s Range & Pasture segment offers proven herbicide solutions to protect and improve range and pasture quality from the threat of land diminishment caused by invasive weeds. This stewardship approach, in combination with other land management practices, is part of what Nufarm calls Grassmanship™.