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Star City teacher wins Farm Bureau Outstanding Educator award

Arkansas Farm Bureau recognized Leanna Britton of Star City High School as the state’s Outstanding Ag Educator. Valley Springs High School grabbed the top spot as the Outstanding Ag Education Program, and Clinton High School’s Justin Wiedower earned the Outstanding New Ag Educator award. All were recognized at Farm Bureau’s 82nd annual convention Dec. 1 at the Hot Springs Convention Center.
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Stone is top Farm Bureau county this year

Stone County is the state’s top county Farm Bureau organization. Arkansas Farm Bureau President Randy Veach and Vice President Rich Hillman presented the President’s Award Dec. 1 to county president Leo Sutterfield at the organization’s 82nd annual convention at the Hot Springs Convention Center.
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Farm Bureau honors young farmers, ranchers

Josh and Melissa Cureton of Cash won the Arkansas Farm Bureau’s 2016 Young Farmers & Ranchers (YF&R) Achievement Award. Farm Bureau honored them Dec. 1 at its 82nd annual convention at the Hot Springs Convention Center.
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Farm Bureau awards top women’s committee

The Women’s Committee from Washington County has won its ninth consecutive Outstanding County Women’s Program award. The group was recognized Dec. 1, during Arkansas Farm Bureau’s 82nd Annual Conference at the Hot Springs Convention Center.
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C&H hog farmer earns Farm Bureau leadership award

Jason Henson, who raises swine on C&H Farm in Mount Judea, is the 2016 recipient of the Stanley E. Reed Leadership Award from the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation. Henson accepted the award from Farm Bureau President Randy Veach and Charlene Reed, Stanley’s widow.
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Arkansas Farm Bureau Sets 82nd Convention

Farmers, ranchers and agricultural leaders from across the state will come together for Arkansas Farm Bureau’s 82nd annual convention, set for Nov. 30-Dec. 2 at the Hot Springs Convention Center.
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PODCAST: 2017 Agriculture Issues Outlook

Farmers and ranchers across the state are evaluating Arkansas Farm Bureau policy in advance of the organization’s annual business session Dec. 2. This has been another challenging year for them and, in this conversation, Farm Bureau vice president Rich Hillman ...
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