Arkansas Neighbor Stories

Closing the Consumer Gap

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There is a cultural distance when it comes to agricultural producers and consumers. More than ever consumers want to know what they are eating; meanwhile, most are still disconnected without concern and/or buy without a choice. Connecting consumers to beef stock production is taking on a marketing p [ ... ]


Not just Ag in the Classroom

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Bobby Doyle and his wife, Jane, own 238 acres in Stilwell, Okla. “I have 100 momma cows and babies, five in service bulls, 24 for sale bulls ready for service in November of this year. I sell nothing but registered Angus bulls,” Mr. Doyle said. He keeps meticulous records for all his cattle. “ [ ... ]


The Commercial Hookup

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“It’s a little over 100 miles just to check all of the cattle today.” To say Beechfork Ranch is spread out, is an understatement. Shawn Burgess, Manager, gave Ozarks Farm & Neighbor the lay of the land for their operations, “We have headquarters here in Prim, Ark. We also have land and l [ ... ]


Missouri Neighbor Stories

Ellen Gray Massey, Living Well in the Ozarks

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The Ozarks has lost a true living legend this weekend.  We are sorry to hear of the passing of Ms. Ellen Gray Massey and we know she will be missed and remembered by many.  Her guidance has helped many people discover new talents and a love of writing and photography over the years.   [ ... ]


Merging Education and Innovation

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You can get just about anything you want at Millsap Farms, including an education about market farming.


Planting New Roots

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When Rick and Rita Cameron got tired of paying premium prices for local, grass-fed and antibiotic-free meats, they decided to take on the task themselves. Now, they work to offer high-quality, natural and antibiotic-free, beef, pork, eggs and produce on their farm in Shell Knob, Mo.


Making the Hall of Fame

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Timbers Edge Farm is a beautiful place – it is peaceful, secluded, and overlooks the western side of Busiek State Forest and Wildlife Refuge. It is also where JR Combs and his granddaughter, Sophia, raise and train their champion Missouri Foxtrotters in Spokane, Mo.


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Water Wise

“Water is essential for all livestock, and producers should plan for an adequate supply of clean water when designing  [ ... ]


Focusing on the Feet

Good conformation of cattle, according to Dr. Robert Wells, starts at the ground level.


Planning for Fall Productivity

Now is the time to think about establishing fall forages. That’s according to Tim Schnakenberg, University of Missouri [ ... ]


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