Arkansas Neighbor Stories

Planting the Seeds of Farm Knowledge

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Now that the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Farm to School Month in October has come to a close, school districts throughout the United States still have an opportunity to participate. The program benefits the schools, nonprofit entities and the local farmer, rancher and/or growe [ ... ]


A Solid Saler Foundation

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Ron and Shelley Terrell have been married for 14 years and have a son, Damien, who is 10. Ron was raised on a farm in Stilwell, Okla. Shelley is from Chouteau, Okla.


Young and Determined

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Austin and Kayla Pratt live outside of Harrison, Ark., and are starting a new farm, a daunting task in this day and age. They rent 200 acres on a family farm dating back to 1845 when the land was first purchased by Kayla’s great, great, great grandfather David Trotter.


Missouri Neighbor Stories

An Experimental Farm

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Tucked away in a far corner of Laclede county is a small farm, maybe it’s not a farm (you’ll have to be the judge,) bearing the name Falcon Ridge Farm and owned by Wendy Lombardi.


Two Herds, One Perfect Union

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Question: What do you get when you combine an Angus herd and a Simmental herd? Answer: A happy marriage, of course. Just ask Devin and Bailey Keltner. When the two wed three years ago they merged their herds. Devin brought his registered Angus herd to the marriage and Bailey contributed her purebred [ ... ]


Finding Providence

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Ask Wes and Ame Hunter of Providence Farm in Seymour, Mo., how they ended up farming for a living, and they will tell you that “it just kind of came together.” The Hunters have always had a longtime interest in alternative farming and knowing where their food came from, and the quality of their  [ ... ]


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Soil Sample Savings

Now is the time to find out what shape your pastures are in.


Managing Deer on the Farm

Deer hunting is a well-loved pastime here in the Ozarks. Not only is dressing up in camouflage and heading out to the wo [ ... ]


Hay Rejection

There are a number of reasons why cows reject hay. In some cases, it just isn’t very good hay.


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Managing Deer on the Farm

Deer hunting is a well-loved pastime here in the Ozarks. Not only is dressing up in camouflage and heading out to the wo [ ... ]


Soil Sample Savings

Now is the time to find out what shape your pastures are in.


Hay Rejection

There are a number of reasons why cows reject hay. In some cases, it just isn’t very good hay.


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