“This year, the committee reviewed more than 215 applications from more than 40 universities throughout North America,” Jeff Ast, Commercial Director, Lallemand Animal Nutrition, North and South America. “The 2019 Lallemand Forward scholarship class of recipients exemplify excellence in academics, community involvement and animal agriculture skills. The future of agriculture is bright with these young leaders and Lallemand is happy to have a small part in supporting their success.” The Lallemand Forward Scholarships recognize students at the doctoral, master’s and undergraduate levels who are excelling in their agricultural programs. The program is part of Lallemand Forward, which are specifically chosen service solutions that enhance people, knowledge and production practices. Saylor will receive a $3,000 scholarship to support his doctoral work. Originally from Chandler, Ariz., he was active in 4-H and the Arizona Junior Rodeo Association. Saylor completed his bachelor’s degree in animal science at the University of Arizona and his master’s in animal science at Kansas State University where his research focused on forage quality and the inclusion of drought-tolerant forages i...