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Rain Brings Fieldwork, Planting to a Halt

A winter that just won’t quit has put a chill on farm fieldwork, extension agents for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture said Monday. Farmers took advantage of…

USA Rice Members Pressing Capitol Hill on Trade

USA Rice Federation staff joined members Marvin Baden (Producers Rice Mill), Carl Brothers (Riceland Foods), and Todd Burich (ADM Rice) in meetings with international trade and agriculture staff of the…

State Legislators Recognize Farm to Fuel Initiative

State Legislators Recognize Farm to Fuel Initiative

  Little Rock, Arkansas   State Representative Deborah Ferguson (District 51-West Memphis) and State Representative David Hillman (District 13-Almyra) presented a citation to alt.Consulting and Mid-South Community College on Tuesday…

alt.Consulting Receives State Commendation as Farm to Fuel Work Expands

alt.Consulting Receives State Commendation as Farm to Fuel Work Expands

Little Rock, AR – The State Legislature presented today a commendation to alt.Consulting and Mayor Ralph Relyea of DeWitt, AR. In October 2013, alt.Consulting, an Arkansas-based non-profit, which has worked…

The Arkansas Agriculture Department Announces the Release of Arkansas Grown.

The Arkansas Agriculture Department announced today the release of the second addition of its annual publication, Arkansas Grown. The Arkansas Grown magazine is a guide to Arkansas’s farms, forests, food…

Pesticide Applicator Training Scheduled for January 29

By Chuck Capps, County Extension Agent – Staff Chair, Arkansas County     The UA Arkansas County Extension Service will conduct Pesticide Applicator Training on Wednesday, January 29 at Phillips…

Soybean Yield Contest Winners Announced

            The Arkansas Soybean Association is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 Grow for the Green Soybean Yield Contest.  The contest divided into 8…

Soybean Producers Invited to Tri-State Forum

  By Chuck Capps, County Extension Agent – Staff Chair, UA Division of Agriculture, Arkansas County   With Arkansas soybean growers breaking 100-bushel barrier three times in 2013, the century…

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Accepting 2014 General EQIP Applications through Jan. 17, 2014

Farmers and landowners in Arkansas have until Jan. 17, 2014, to submit applications to receive financial assistance to implement conservation activities through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) for the…

Arkansas Agriculture Department Announces Arkansas Festival Grant Program

The Arkansas Agriculture Department will administer $45,000 in one-time funding made available to the Arkansas Livestock and Poultry Commission for Arkansas festivals featuring an agricultural or forestry product, commerce, or…

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