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Beginning Farmer News ItemsRegistration open for Women in Agriculture, Small Business Conference - Tahlequah Daily Press7/21/2018 3:45:00 AM
Registration open for Women in Agriculture, Small Business Conference Tahlequah Daily Press Currently a meat scientist at the University of Arkansas , Yancey launched the blog "Mom at the Meat Counter" in 2011, after talking with other mothers about the meat industry. Other conference highlights will include four educational tracks ...
Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative Draws Native American Youth - University of Arkansas Newswire7/9/2018 1:07:46 AM
Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative Draws Native American Youth University of Arkansas Newswire FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The 2018 Native Youth in Food and Agriculture Leadership Summit recently hosted Native American and Native Hawaiian youth at the annual event held June 7-14 at the University of Arkansas School of Law. ... Additional funding was ...
Farm Income Opportunities News ItemsLandowners balk at annexation - Arkansas Online7/20/2018 3:55:59 AM
Landowners balk at annexation Arkansas Online Will Arkansas ' twin city in Texas become larger? ... So, residents of Texarkana on the Arkansas side are exempt from Arkansas ' income tax, as long as they claim the exemption on a tax form. ... "I think we need to protect our small family farms ," she said. and more »
US lawmakers warn Trump on tariffs - Arkansas Online7/19/2018 4:53:50 AM
US lawmakers warn Trump on tariffs Arkansas Online These tariffs are going to cost us jobs . These tariffs are going to lower ... " Agriculture is facing the perfect storm: trade uncertainties, decade lows in farm income , agricultural labor shortages and the uncompleted farm bill," Paap said. "It's ... and more »
Farmers fret, but support Trump - Arkansas Online7/18/2018 3:09:09 AM
Arkansas Online Farmers fret, but support Trump Arkansas Online Trump's trade policies already are changing the outlook for U.S. exports and farmer income , mostly because China, Mexico and Canada accounted for 43 percent of American farm exports last year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Thursday predicted ... Farmers stick with Trump GoErie.com As cost of trade war grows, farmers stick with Trump — at least until fall harvest Bangor Daily News Farmers stick with Trump even as soybean prices drop Delta Farm Press all 105 news articles »
A-State Farmer's Market selected for Double-Up Food Bucks program - WMC Action News 57/17/2018 9:44:12 PM
A-State Farmer's Market selected for Double-Up Food Bucks program WMC Action News 5 Low- income shoppers at Arkansas State University's Farmers Market received great news Tuesday. The Arkansas Coalition for Obesity Prevention selected the market for its Double-Up Food Bucks program. The grant, worth $2,000, allows customers with ...
Farmers Sticking with Trump - Drovers Magazine7/17/2018 3:58:16 PM
Drovers Magazine Farmers Sticking with Trump Drovers Magazine “President Trump is a businessman,” said John King III, 57, who raises soybeans, corn and rice with his father and nephew outside Helena, Arkansas , about 100 miles (160 kilometers) east of Little Rock. “He's making a ... Trump's trade policies already ... and more »
As Cost of Trade War Grows, Farmers Stick With Trump—for Now - Bloomberg7/17/2018 5:18:44 AM
Bloomberg As Cost of Trade War Grows, Farmers Stick With Trump—for Now Bloomberg “President Trump is a businessman,” said John King III, 57, who raises soybeans, corn and rice with his father and nephew outside Helena, Arkansas , about 100 miles (160 kilometers) east of Little Rock. “He's making a ... Trump's trade policies already ... and more »
Hot Spring County family continues farming tradition - Arkansas Online7/15/2018 1:07:12 AM
Arkansas Online Hot Spring County family continues farming tradition Arkansas Online “We just inherited the farm work ,” she said, smiling. “The torch has ... “This extra income contributes to our monthly expenses for the cattle operation. We use the ... Jenny, who is a graduate of Arkansas State University, is president of the Lono ...
Thousands Of Hungry Arkansans Face Work Requirement For Food Assistance - KUAR6/26/2018 3:14:15 PM
KUAR Thousands Of Hungry Arkansans Face Work Requirement For Food Assistance KUAR Advocates for the hungry in Arkansas are hoping the U.S. Senate's farm bill will not include House-approved work requirements for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). All four members of Arkansas's House delegation voted for the $867 ...
Arkansas Farm Bureau Names County's Farm Family of the Year - U.S. News & World Report6/24/2018 1:11:31 AM
Arkansas Farm Bureau Names County's Farm Family of the Year U.S. News & World Report Cattle farming alone might result in one large paycheck a year while poultry results in five, so their poultry operation provides a sustainable income between calf crops, Jerry Moyer said. Investing in a poultry operation provided financial stability ...
Farm Resources News Items2018 On the Farm STEM Participants Announced - Farm Bureau News3/8/2018 2:05:37 PM
Farm Bureau News 2018 On the Farm STEM Participants Announced Farm Bureau News ... STEM Outreach Director (Mankato, Minnesota); Sara Beth Johnson, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service County Extension Agent (Lonoke, Arkansas ); James Johnson , Hinsdale Central School, Agency Teacher (Custer City, Pennsylvania) ...
Crop Damage from Monsanto's Herbicide Dicamba Being Investigated in 17 States, Pointing to New Formulation Used ... - Beyond Pesticides (press release) (blog)8/8/2017 12:31:10 AM
Beyond Pesticides (press release) (blog) Crop Damage from Monsanto's Herbicide Dicamba Being Investigated in 17 States, Pointing to New Formulation Used ... Beyond Pesticides (press release) (blog) The Arkansas Agriculture Department announced an emergency 120-day ban, which raised civil penalties for misuse of the toxic herbicide from $1,000 to a maximum of $25,000. Missouri Department of Agriculture followed and ... By strengthening on- farm ... and more »
Organic Certification News ItemsShow highlights trendy foods you'll be seeing everywhere - Arkansas Online7/19/2018 2:51:00 AM
Arkansas Online Show highlights trendy foods you'll be seeing everywhere Arkansas Online A company named Asarasi makes sparkling water that is harvested as a byproduct from maple sap, and because it is filtered through the tree, it has achieved USDA organic certification , something that regular water does not have (water is an inorganic ...
Arkansas Agriculture Department Opens Organic Certification Cost Share Program - Helena Daily World7/17/2018 1:19:45 PM
Arkansas Agriculture Department Opens Organic Certification Cost Share Program Helena Daily World Little Rock, AR. – The Arkansas Agriculture Department (AAD) is now accepting applications from producers for reimbursement under the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Organic Certification Cost Share Program. Organic ...
Business brief: Arkansas agency accepting applications for organic share-cost reimbursements - Times Record7/17/2018 2:00:00 AM
Business brief: Arkansas agency accepting applications for organic share-cost reimbursements Times Record The Arkansas Agriculture Department is now accepting applications from producers for reimbursement under the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Organic Certification Cost Share Program. Organic certification fees paid between the dates of Oct. 1, ...
News in brief - Arkansas Online7/13/2018 2:50:10 AM
The Casual Smart News in brief Arkansas Online Farmers who have received national certification for their organic operations can be reimbursed for at least some of those expenses, the Arkansas Agriculture Department said. Organic certification fees paid between October 2017 and Sept. 30 are ... Tucson man's serendipitous find bolsters ASU research on baby Gila monsters Arizona Daily Star 8 Biggest Price Target Changes For Friday Benzinga Bank Of The Ozarks Earnings Preview Benzinga Benzinga - Zacks all 90 news articles »
Reimbursement available for farmers with organic certification - Pine Bluff Commercial7/11/2018 4:31:41 PM
Reimbursement available for farmers with organic certification Pine Bluff Commercial LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Agriculture Department (AAD) is accepting applications from producers for reimbursement under the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Organic Certification Cost Share Program. Organic certification fees paid ...