Clay County, Arkansas Agriculture Programs Clay County is a mostly rural county with a diverse amount of agriculture including row crops and livestock. Agriculture is one of the primary sources of revenue for Clay County. Crops grown in Clay County include corn, cotton, grain sorghum, wheat, rice, and soybeans. Row crop acreage is located on both sides of the county with Crowley's Ridge separating eastern and western Clay County. Most of the livestock, forage, and hay crops are grown on Crowley's Ridge. Row crop acreages for 2022: Corn 31,478 Cotton 43,645 Grain Sorghum 10 Wheat 3,114 Rice 62,198 Soybeans 111,576 Cotton 2020 Cotton Variety Trial 2021 Cotton Variety Trial 2022 Cotton Variety Trial Feed Grains (Corn, Feed Grains, Wheat) 2019 Eastern Clay County Hybrid Trial Cagle Farm 2019 Western Clay County Hybrid Trial Brown Farm 2020 Eastern Clay County Hybrid Trial Brock Russell 2020 Western Clay County Hybrid Trial Zack Brown 2021 Eastern Clay County Hybrid Trial Woolverton Farm 2021 Western Clay County Hybrid Trial Zack Brown 2022 Eastern Clay County Corn Hybrid Trial Vance Whaley 2022 Western Clay County Corn Hybrid Trial Chad Price Farm Rice 2020 Commercial Rice Trial 2021 Commercial Rice Trial Bowers Farm 2022 Arkansas Rice Performance Trial Bowers Farm Soybeans 2020 Soybean Variety Trial Eric Scott 2020 Soybean Variety Trial David Herring 2021 Soybean Variety Trial Brock Russell 2021 Soybean Variety Trial Jeff Brewer 2021 Soybean Variety Trial Mark Ahrent 2022 Soybean Variety Trial Mike Vowell 2022 Soybean Variety Trial Cody Taylor Livestock Photo: Planting Clay County soybean variety plot with local producer, Gary Sheppard.