Timber production in Arkansas is valued at more than $3 billion. Private landowners own almost 60 percent of the forestland in the state providing them a significant marketing and money-making opportunity. Hear from one Arkansas timber producer about his approach to succeeding in the industry.
Krista Cupp, vice president of The Herald Group in Washington, D.C. was selected to be the keynote speaker during both days of the Arkansas Women in Agriculture Conference in North Little Rock, and with good reason. She's been working for years to help close the gap between food producers and consumers. Hear how she thinks women in agriculture can positively change how farmers and farming are viewed by the world.
President Donald Trump's new tariffs on certain imported steel and aluminum could potentially have a significant, negative impact on Arkansas agriculture. Eric Wailes, distinguished professor of economics for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, explains what it all means and what the financial impact might be for Arkansas farmers and ranchers.
Yielding over $16 billion in revenues every year, agriculture is the state’s
largest industry. ARFB stands with the 50,000 Arkansas family farms who
produce the wide variety of crops grown in our state. Get to know more about
Arkansas growers and what they bring to the table