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1.  New baler twine to tie up last year’s five-buckle overshoes. 2.  Something that will kill Canadian thistle. 3.  A hot shot that works for more than a … more
LITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson was … more
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Department of Agriculture is accepting applications for the second-annual Arkansas School Garden Grant Program and the new Taste Test Grant Program to help schools … more
I took a trip to the museum of natural history. It was a fascinating place: a taxidermist’s showcase. A dog heaven, what with all the prehistoric bones. But as I walked through the halls and … more
I had just finished loading 184 seven-foot steel T-posts, old ones, by the way, in my pickup and was unloading a mere 24 bales of hay from the front section of my gooseneck stock trailer. It was a … more
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Department of Agriculture is awarding Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network grants to three Arkansas entities to expand or sustain stress assistance programs for … more
Fast Facts: Several forages throughout Arkansas prone to developing prussic acid Given the chance, the acid will “off-gas,” rendering it safe for livestock to eat Avoid grazing … more
Adam’s Ag Talk                      Hello everyone, this week I wanted to discuss cattle lice, their effect on livestock, and … more
I had just finished loading 184 seven-foot steel T-posts, old ones, by the way, in my pickup and was unloading a mere 24 bales of hay from the front section of my gooseneck stock trailer. It was a … more
Little Rock – Winrock International has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) to address barriers … more
Farm apprentices can apply to CAFF until Dec. 1 Business training key to curriculum  Fast facts Farm Apprenticeship program application closes Dec. 1 Business and marketing skills … more
LITTLE ROCK — This year’s 4-H Biggest Pumpkin and Watermelon Contest entries were a little on the lighter side but still managed to survive a growing season beset with rain, flooding and … more
I consider myself among other things, a former horse mechanic.  The horses I did veterinary work on were ranch and feedlot beasts of burden. Workin' animals from man's point of view. Up until … more
Fast facts Agricultural Experiment Station researchers write history book from view of 5 insects Insects responsible for major developments in human history  FAYETTEVILLE,  — … more
I try not to make this column too educational but sometimes there is a need that can’t be ignored. When ranchers and cowmen work their cowherd, they are often under pressure to cull cows that … more
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