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VIDEO: Is Farm to School for you?

The farm to school program has been around for more than a decade, but program administrators are still seeking more Arkansas produce growers to help supply local schools with fresh, healthy fruits and vegetables.
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PODCAST: Grant County Legislative Breakfast

Grant County Farm Bureau held a "legislative breakfast" last week where issues such as the “right to farm,” dicamba and education were all discussed. In this conversation, Grant County President Peggy Thomas and State Senator Bruce Maloch share their thoughts on the value and importance of Farm Bureau’s grassroots legislative outreach efforts.
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VIDEO: Seeing Seed Survivor

What is "Seed Survivor"? It's a new, interactive way to teach Arkansas elementary school students about where their food comes from and how plants are grown. See for yourself in our new video.
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Veach re-elected chairman of Life Company

Randy Veach of Manila (Mississippi County) was re-elected Tuesday by board action as president and chairman of Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company, his third one-year term in that position.
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Ag Safety Awareness Week is March 4-10

Farm Bureaus across the country are making safety a top priority this spring through the Agricultural Safety Awareness Program (ASAP). As a part of ASAP, March 4-10 has been designated as Agricultural Safety Awareness Week.
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VIDEO: Teaching Grain Bin Safety

Farm Bureau sponsored a grain bin safety program to help prepare farmers to avoid potentially deadly accidents. About 100 first responders and farmers learned what to do in case of an emergency at a class held in Lonoke County on Bevis Farms.
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VIDEO: Stocking the Pantry

Arkansas Farm Bureau has a strong tradition of helping fight hunger through a variety of community outreach programs. Recently the Garland County Farm Bureau stepped up to help the local Salvation Army restock its shelves with food for the less fortunate.
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PODCAST: Seeds of Learning

Listen and learn about the Seed Survivor mobile classroom program making the rounds at elementary schools across east Arkansas. The latest stop was Woodlawn Elementary in Cleveland County, where this interactive program, provided by Nutrien Crop Production Services, taught students about the life cycle of plants and how food gets from the farm to their table.
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