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Address2001 Hwy 70 E. Lonoke, AR 72086
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We are part of the University of Arkansas System Cooperative Extension Service's statewide
network and the U of A System's Division of Agriculture. Our mission is to provide
research-based information through non-formal education to help all Arkansans improve
their economics well-being and the quality of lives. Whether it's agriculture, 4-H,
family and consumer science, or community development, our Lonoke County office is
at your service.
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Lonoke County Courthouse - Photo courtesy Brandonrush - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0
Our agents and staff serve the people of Lonoke, Carlisle, Cabot, England, Ward, and
other Lonoke County towns by providing free non-biased, research-based advice for
farmers and families.
They can help you with 4-H youth development, soil testing, insecticide recommendations,
weed id, produce safety, animals and forages, money management, parenting, food safety
and preservation, nutrition and so much more!
The average beef cattle herd size is 35 head with 80 percent of the farms having less
than 50 head. About 97 percent of the beef cattle farms in Arkansas are family owned
Beef cattle producers who use our recommended management practices improve their beef
cattle efficiency and profits. The Animal Science department uses educational activities
including county programs, field days, electronic news articles, beef/forage field
days, demonstrations, ration balancing, 300 Day of Grazing Program, and more, to educate
Arkansas cattle producers on best practices.
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