Arkansas Farm Bureau Podcast
Food remains affordable and, for the second year in a row, it will cost Arkansas consumers a little less this year to prepare the traditional Thanksgiving meal.
In this conversation, Farm Bureau vice president Rich Hillman discusses some of the most pressing issues facing agriculture and Congress in 2017.
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has appointed a special multi-agency committee to examine and maintain the quality of the Buffalo River Watershed.
Kent Walker began making Artisan or hand-crafted cheese about 9 years ago at his home as a hobby. Today Kent Walker Artisan Cheese is a popular destination in downtown Little Rock.
U.S. Senator John Boozman was presented the “Friend of Farm Bureau” award, which this year is being awarded to each member of Arkansas' congressional delegation.
Excessive rainfall in August once again caused the Cache and other rivers in northeast Arkansas to flood cropland.
Governor Asa Hutchinson joined Arkansas Surgeon General Greg Bledsoe and members of the state's medical community at a news conference expressing their opposition to two November ballot initiatives th
Knowing how to effectively engage in meaningful dialogue about GMOs in the public arena was the topic at a recent meeting of the University of Arkansas Collegiate Farm Bureau.
Arkansas Farm Bureau has joined the Arkansans Against Legalized Marijuana coalition which includes the state Chamber of Commerce and Family Council Action Committee which opposes a proposed initiated
A partnership has developed the Fresh 2 You program to deliver fresh, locally grown produce to residents of “food deserts” in the city on a bus that has been retrofitted into a “Mobile Farmers Market.