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Arkansas AgCast | Jan. 21, 2022

We explore efforts by Arkansas farmers and ranchers to market directly to consumers and the challenges and opportunities in this space. To get some perspectives on the issue, we talked to Karen Reynolds from the Arkansas Department of Agriculture and Logan Duvall, owner of Me & McGee Market in North Little Rock.
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Rotational Grazing at Circle K Angus Farms

Daniel Keisler, owner of Circle K Angus Farm near Ozark, explains how the use of rotational grazing and a diverse mix of cover crops allows him to maximize animal nutrition and produce beef without the use of pesticides or herbicides.
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Arkansas AgCast | Jan. 14, 2022

After returning from an eventful American Farm Bureau Convention in Atlanta, our policy experts sit down to discuss how the event went and what to expect from national Farm Bureau policy in 2022.
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Filthy Farm Jobs | Ep. 1, Rob vs. Rice Gates

How filthy can farm work really be? We decided it was time for some Arkansas Farm Bureau office staff to get out in the field and find out for themselves. Today, we’re proud to launch our new video series, “Filthy Farm Jobs,” featuring our first vict … uh, volunteer … Rob Anderson, director of public relations. Rob learns the ins and outs of pulling rice gates from a very patient Jim Young of Young Family Farm in Tuckerman.
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AFBF Convention Day 2 Recap

As we wrapped up the final day of American Farm Bureau Convention in Atlanta, Farm Bureau leaders from around the country prepared to get down to the business of making policy. See highlights from the day and hear ArFB President Rich Hillman talk about what’s next.
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AFBF Convention Day 1 Recap

It was a busy first day at the American Farm Bureau Convention in Atlanta. Arkansas Farm Bureau members and leaders listened, learned and discussed important issues with other attendees from around the country. Watch Terry and Wendy Norwood of Greene County talk about their experience.
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John Philpot | Radio, TV, Speaking and 64 Years with Farm Bureau

John Philpot of Little Rock has been an active Farm Bureau member for 64 years. He recently sat down with us and described the importance of Farm Bureau in his life and the path he's followed during a long career in radio, television, and public speaking -- a career that's coming to a close as the 85-year-old prepares for retirement.
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Arkansas AgCast | Jan. 7, 2022

In this special edition, we put together some of our favorite interviews from a very busy 2021, including our conversations with FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr, retired University of Arkansas Professor Andrew Sharpley and more.
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