LATEST NEWS FROM Arkansas

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15:50PM Jun 16, 2020

Rice Price Spike Not Just Due to Pandemic

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

The Wall Street Journal reporting rice prices for some futures contracts are spiking to the highest levels since 2011. Economists say the price bump isn’t just due to COVID-19. It

12:04PM Aug 23, 2019

Sweet potatoes leading in export growth

Cristin Shepard
AgWeb Contributor

Global sweet potato promotion is growing southern U.S. sweet potato exports.

20:24PM Jun 10, 2019

Duo Pleads Guilty to Kansas-Oklahoma Interstate Cattle Theft

Wyatt Bechtel
Associate Editor

Anthony Francis Whittley and Jasmine A. Boone, both 28, have entered guilty pleas after stealing cattle from Kansas and attempting to sell them across state lines at the Oklahoma National

19:20PM Jun 05, 2019

Flooding Leads to Cattle Rescues Around the Country

Wyatt Bechtel
Associate Editor

Farmers and ranchers from South Dakota to Louisiana have been enduring record rainfall and flooding to care for their cattle.

14:20PM Jun 05, 2019

Flooding Leads to Cattle Rescues Around the Country

Wyatt Bechtel
Associate Editor

Farmers and ranchers from South Dakota to Louisiana have been enduring record rainfall and flooding to care for their cattle.

15:30PM May 29, 2019

Planting in Jeopardy for Farmers Along the Arkansas River

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer

The Arkansas River continues to rise and it's expected to reach historic levels this week as farmers worry planting windows for 2019 may be lost.

15:03PM May 20, 2019

Arkansas Farmers Struggle to Plant Soybeans

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer

Soybean planting is half of normal for Arkansas farmers and more rain is expected to keep fieldwork well behind the average pace.