University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture



Arkansas Extension Soybean Agronomist Jeremy Ross give a 2022 year-in-review summary with learnings for 2023. He’s speaking at the Jan. 6, at the 2023 Tri-State Soybean Conference. The 2024 conference moves to Louisiana. (U of A System Division of Agriculture photo by Mary Hightower.)

Tri-State Soybean Forum will target feral hogs and H2A

U.S. Capitol Building dome in Washington DC.(Photo by Kristen Labadie, University Communication and Marketing.)
Horses in the post parade at Oaklawn Park. (Image courtesy Mary Hightower.)

Picture is brighter for off-the-track thoroughbreds

Trent Roberts, associate professor of soil fertility and soil testing, and senior graduate assistant Carrie Ortel, examine soybean plants for signs of nutrient deficiency. (Photo by Fred Miller, U of A System Division of Agriculture.)

New recommendations for soybean producers have potential to boost profits

Close up of handwritten text "I am grateful for..." in foreground with notebook, pen, cup of tea, flowers and oil burner (Photo: iStock-natalie_board)

Find time to practice gratitude during holiday rush

Young turkeys participate in research to curb looming turkey disease outbreak. (University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.)
(Photo courtesy of Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.)

Resilient turkey industry rebounds from HPAI, adapts to evolving market

  • By John Lovett │ University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture
Scott Lafontaine investigates the compounds, health benefits and other characteristics of beer. (Photo by Fred Miller, University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.)

Arkansas nanobrewery at the intersection of innovation, research and education

  • By John Lovett │ University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture