Small Farm, Big Success

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Coming together to make a family farm - despite breed preferences - was key to Frank (left) and Terrell Newberry's success

Tips For Success

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Experience and Education make a good team in Jeral Hampton (left) and grandson, Brent Woolley

With Cooperation For Profit

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Grandpa Greenberry Henry on my mother’s side of the family owned this place,” Roger Ragland, Searcy County farmer recalled. “Then Grandpa Noah Henry, then Mom and Dad wound up with it, then me. I’ve farmed all my life, as far back as I can remember. There’s nine of us kids, and we worked together all our life and never had any problems getting along with each other."

Booher Brother; Still Limousin

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Herbert Booher's cattle still prove 'Lean on Limousin'

Turkeys Make Together-Time

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Andy Hale's generational family farm has always had turkeys, his hopes are that his sons will someday follow suit

Down on the Arkansas River

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Robert Carruthers explores agro-forestry and the challenges that come with being a Pecan Farmer

Better in Black

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John Patterson manages his registered and commercial herds to make plenty of time for his hobby

Managing for Healthy Goats

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Frank and Linda Mallory have improved their herds by insisting on managing health issues before they are a problem

Beefmasters: Red to Black

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James Skelton has shifted with the Beefmaster trend, from Red to Black, to compete in today's market
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