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Cooperative Extension News & Publications
Faulkner County, Arkansas 

Welcome to our News and Publications page!  Below you will find local newsletters, news stories, and/or links to other relevant publications.  Please contact our county extension office for additional information.  For accessible versions of PDF files, please contact Mary Beth Groce, Faulkner County Staff Chair.

Faulkner County Extension Newsletters

These newsletters feature timely information from each of the following Faulkner County Extension programs.  Free subscription to any of these newsletters is available for Faulkner County residents with delivery by email or through the postal service.  For more information, please contact Faulkner County Extension at (501) 329-8344.

Faulkner County Soybean Demo

Agriculture - Row Crop, Livestock and Forages News

The “Row Crop, Livestock and Forages News” section is for row crop producers, livestock producers, producers of quality forages and anyone with an interest in these types of agriculture.  Readers will receive unbiased research information regarding all of these areas in Faulkner County and updates on current issues facing the agriculture industry.

Photo:  A Faulkner County Producer harvesting a soybean variety demonstration



Cover of 2023 Faulkner County Agriculture Demonstration Summary

2023 Faulkner County Agriculture Demonstration Summary

The 2023 Faulkner County Demonstration Summary is a collection of on-site demonstration results conducted in Faulkner County by local County Agents.  Demonstrations are the cornerstone of the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service’s mission which is:

“We strengthen agriculture, communities, and families by connecting trusted research to the adoption of best practices.”

On-site demonstrations allow producers and homeowners to see firsthand how Extension recommended varieties and best management practices work in their counties and surrounding area.

These demonstrations were conducted by:

Krista Quinn, County Extension Agent – Agriculture

Zach Gardner, County Extension Agent – Agriculture