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Arkansas’ diverse aquaculture industry, including catfish and baitfish, contributes to the state’s economy.
Between 21 and 25 million chickens are processed weekly in Arkansas, making broilers the top agricultural commodity for the state.
Arkansas Farmers Markets continue to grow with consumer interest in the buying local movement.
The Arkansas Grown marketing program connects local farmers and consumers through website, logo.
Bruce Oakley Inc., in Little Rock shows the importance of ag exports for Arkansas with their company’s success story.
Arkansas Century farms have deep roots in history.
Arkansas became the first state in the nation to begin growing commercial edamame in 2012.
Arkansas farmers are picking up peanut production in the state, thanks to the suitable land.
|Agriculture Council of Arkansas||Arkansas Cattlemen's Association||Arkansas Farm Bureau|
|Arkansas Grown||Arkansas Parks & Tourism||Arkansas Soybean Producers|
|Arkansas State University||Armor Seed LLC||Bruce Oakley Inc.|
|Dover Dixon Horne PLLC||Farm Credit||Greenway Equipment Inc.|
|Heifer International||Matthews Ridgeview Farms||Producers Rice Mill|
|Rice Federation||Riceland Foods Inc.||The Poultry Federation|
|Tyson Foods Inc.||University of Arkansas – Division of Agriculture|