Division News


 Top five things you need to knowFebruary 2017

Number 1

Celebrating Excellence 

ROGERS, Ark. — Outstanding efforts in research, education, support and other categories within the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture were recognized Friday at the Agriculture Awards Luncheon. Read full article.

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Division of Ag Awards

Number 2 news story

Remembering Jim Moore 

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – James N. Moore’s handiwork appears on every continent save Antarctica and he achieved some of the highest honors in his profession. Yet Moore remained firmly grounded -- almost unassuming -- but could not hide what his students and colleagues called greatness. Read full article.

 Jim Moore

Story number 3

Industry expertise at crop conference 

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Across the broad swath of scientific disciplines on display at the 2017 Arkansas Crop Management Conference, one concept consistently emerged as a common thread: integrated pest management. Read full article.

Glenn Studebaker

Number 4 News story

Randle Moore takes reins at vet diagnostic lab

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — There’s no rest for the new Director of the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. Read full article.

 Randle Moore, DVM

Number 5

Crop production meetings in full swing

STUTTGART, Ark. — A home whose flagstones, wood and melting-into-the-landscape profile expresses the unique vision of architect Fay Jones, will now serve as a multi-purpose educational center  for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. Read full article.

Yeshi Wameshi 
Extra story

Pigposium 3 set for March

NEWPORT, Ark. – More than 130 agriculture industry personnel braved wet weather to attend the first-ever Soybean College at the Newport Extension Center. Read full article.