Meet Brandon Searcy. Brandon and his wife Amy farm 2,400 acres of rice, soybeans and corn near Wynne in Cross County. We caught up with him on his farm on a windy day and he told us what it’s like working daily with family members and discussed his deep involvement as an active Farm Bureau […]
Corbin Brown, past president of Cross County Farm Bureau, continues an active leadership role on a state and local level. We recently visited with him on his farm near Wynne, where he told us about his 3,000-acre rice-and-soybean farming operation and shared thoughts on how his participation in two unique programs — LeadAR and Arkansas […]
Meet Terry Norwood, resident of Beech Grove and president of Greene County Farm Bureau. Norwood is farming almost 5,000 acres of rice and soybeans this year. Hear what Terry has to say about his “daylight to dark” work schedule, the challenges of 2018, and the importance of Arkansas Farm Bureau.
Jim Carroll is an Arkansas farmer in Monroe County, member of the United Soybean Board and Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board, and Monroe County Farm Bureau Board Member. Mr. Carroll was a speaker at the Bean2Blog event I blogged about here. He was an inspiration to listen to and I thought he would be perfect to profile for the Faces of Agriculture series. I caught up with him after the event for a quick interview.
The Arkansas Soybean Board in partnership with P. Allen Smith hosted Bean2Blog at Moss Mountain Farm. At the event, several women bloggers from across the state gathered to spend the day getting acquainted with the miracle bean.