Videos

A Grand Champion Graduates

A Grand Champion Graduates

Gurdon's Kaylie Stone has been showing animals and winning since the age of 7. Her dedication and competitive fire have resulted in numerous grand and reserve champion animals through the years, making her a role model for young Arkansans in agriculture and beyond. Learn more about Kaylie and her "grand champion" drive.
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Horticulture Field Day Highlights

Horticulture Field Day Highlights

See highlights from this year’s Horticulture Field Day held at the Southwest Research and Extension Center near Hope and hear what University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture experts had to say to fruit and vegetable growers from around the state.
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Saving the Sparta Aquifer

Saving the Sparta Aquifer

One county’s efforts to save the massive Sparta Aquifer is an environmental success story and an example of how a community came together to solve a serious problem with its local water supply before it had a negative impact on industry and farmers.
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The Business of Water Buffalo

The Business of Water Buffalo

Tucked away off highway 82 just east of the Texarkana city limits is Tom and Shannon Olson’s Turkey Creek Ranch, where you'll find one of Arkansas’s more unique livestock herds ... Water Buffalo. Watch and find out why the Olsons chose these unique animals.
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Beef from Field to Fork

Beef from Field to Fork

In recent years ranchers have begun selling meat directly to consumers and area restaurants, making use of a growing number of local meat processing facilities. One example is Kenny Simon, a University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture pasture and forage specialist and third-generation cattle producer near Saltilo in Faulkner County.
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Is Farm to School for You?

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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Seeing Seed Survivor

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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Flooding, storms hit state farmers

Flooding, storms hit state farmers

Damaging winds and heavy rains caused problems for farmers around the state late last week. More heavy rain is forecast this week, which could lead to more challenges. See the damage and hear from farmers dealing with the weather-related woes.
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