A fence is more than posts and wire; it’s the foundation of a whole class of laws about property, range, stray animals and the responsibilities of ranchers.
Prices move higher after cuts to rice, soybean acres
Prices for long-grain rice, cotton and soybeans moved higher Monday following the release of the NASS “Crop Production” report.
Fendleys win biggest watermelon award
Darlene Fendley took the blue ribbon this year in the Clark County Fair’s Giant Watermelon Contest, with a watermelon weighing in at 88 pounds. Her husband, W.L. “Dub” Fendley, earned the second-place […]
Pasture management key to profit, water quality
Well-managed pastures can have a positive effect both on water quality and farm budgets.
Farmers in 40 counties eligible for drought-related aid
Farmers in more than half of Arkansas’ 75 counties can apply for federal funds to help them cope with the effects of ongoing drought conditions, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Thursday.
Drought, inflation strain farmers, who see little relief in sight
Cattle ranchers in northern and western Arkansas are dealing with a feed shortage, and row crop farmers in east Arkansas are struggling to keep their fields adequately irrigated, according to state agriculture officials and local cooperative managers.
Pandemic’s effects show in latest ag profile
Crops except for corn remained steady, and losses in forestry production were offset by Paycheck Protection Program loans.