university of arkansas

Watermelon. (Photo courtesy of U.S. Department of Agriculture SNAP-Ed Connection.)

Extension hosts meeting for southwest Arkansas watermelon growers 

  • By Tracy Courage │ U of A System Division of Agriculture
The Oklahoma State University Ranch Tour gives participants a first-hand look at some of the top cattle operations across the state. (Photo courtesy of OSU Agriculture.)

As drought tightened cattle production, 2023 markets soared 

  • By Ryan McGeeney │ U of A 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

Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station Director Jean-Francois Meullenet, left, and Assistant Director Nathan McKinney, right, joined student volunteers Katelyn Helberg and Caroline Wilson for the intake of rice donations to the Jane B. Gearhart Full Circle Food Pantry at the University of Arkansas. (Photo by Karli Yarber, University of Arkansas System.)

Arkansas rice companies partner with University of Arkansas campus food pantry

  • By Robby Edwards │ Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences 
Farmstead (Journal photo by Jennifer Carrico.)

Arkansas orders Chinese-owned company to divest farmland

What fine compost looks like. (Photo by Katie Teague, University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.)

Benefits and risks of compost

(Photo by Aaron Cato, University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.)
University of Arkansas-Monticello Assistant Professor of Agronomy Kathleen Bridges is weighing hay samples to determine moister content. (Photo courtesy of UAM.)

Potential for forest biochar and poultry waste use as fertilizer