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Division Podcasts

Our specialists, agents, and researchers have the latest evidence-based information to share, and what better way to learn from our researchers than through one of our podcasts!

Be sure to follow all of our podcasts which range in topic from food and family to farming and finance.

Fowl Frontier Poultry Podcast

The Fowl Frontier: Poultry Science Unplucked

Dr. Zac Williams, assistant professor of poultry management at the University of Arkansas, sits down with academic and private sector experts to provide the latest scientific information to poultry producers.

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Arkansas Business Navigator Podcast

Learn about resources from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), Arkansas Business Navigator, and other opportunities available to small business owners and entrepreneurs.

Grow Your Small Business

Grown Up U Podcast

Grown Up U: Facts for Success

Do you or a young person in your life need help with learning how to "adult"? Our agents are here to help! They're talking finance, college, jobs, professionalism, and more.

Tune in for adulting tips!

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Row Crops Radio

Join our farming specialists as they tackle the latest topics in Arkansas row crops including pests, diseases, soil, irrigation, and more.

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Small Business: Big Rural Impact

Our Create Bridges team highlights businesses, products, and services statewide. Own a small business or just want business tips specifically for you and your region?
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Beekeeping Basics

Apiculture Instructor Jon Zawislak walks listeners through the basics of getting started with beekeeping in this podcast series.

Learn what the buzz is all about

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Southern Fruitcast

Join our horticulture specialists as they explore the people, technology, and latest developments in small fruit production in the Southeast.

Learn from our hort experts