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Visiting The Grange with Jill Forrester

Located in the charming Delta town of Wilson, The Grange is a unique venue centered on agriculture, culinary arts and special events. Jill Forrester, The Grange’s Garden and Events Director, took us on a tour of this distinctive destination in Mississippi County.
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Taste Arkansas | Summer Beef Recipe

May is beef month, and if you're looking for a great meal that is budget friendly and delicious, look no further! Leigh Ann Bullington and Jessica Angel with UA's Cooperative Extension Service show how to get the best flavor from an inexpensive cut of beef you can cook indoors or out this summer.
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McMinn to Assume New Commodity Responsibilities

The Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation has announced John McMinn, director of Commodity Activities and Economics in the organization’s Commodity and Regulatory Affairs Department will expand his role by taking on new commodity responsibilities. For the past two years McMinn has ...
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Telling Her Story | 2022 AITC Outstanding Teacher

Leslee Ann Tell of Clinton, an Advanced Nutrition and Dietetics instructor at Conway High School, is the 2022 Arkansas Farm Bureau Ag in the Classroom Outstanding Teacher. We visited her to find out what inspired her to teach her students about farm-to-table and how her students have been inspired to learn more about where their food comes from.
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Community Champion Becomes ArFB Member

Annie Abrams is an Arkansas legend, and now she’s a member of Arkansas Farm Bureau! A retired educator and nationally recognized civic and political activist, Abrams is now 90 and staying busy by helping distribute Arkansas Farm Bureau Election Directories. ArFB Vice President of Public Affairs & Government Relations Stanley Hill and ArFB Vice President of Organization & Member Programs Justin Reynolds visited Abrams at her home to present her with her honorary membership in appreciation of her efforts and for being a champion in her community.
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Passing it On | Colt Starting with Top Hand Clinics

Like many aspects of agriculture, colt starting, horse training and horsemanship are often generationally passed down. But what if there isn’t another generation to pass those skills to or what if there’s no one left in the family to learn from? We spent some time with Top Hand Clinics and Crossroads Cowboy Church in Hot Spring County to learn how they’re working to ensure future generations have access to the knowledge required to use equine for agriculture and hobby purposes.
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