Agriculture

8 Farmers File Fraud Lawsuit Against Turner Grain
Soybean grains loaded on a truck. 

8 Farmers File Fraud Lawsuit Against Turner Grain

A group of farmers sue Turner Grain Merchandising Inc. for fraud, saying they haven't been paid for grains they sold to the Brinkley company. And Bruce Oakley Inc. of North Little Rock files an interpleader asking a judge to decide what to do with the $360,000 it owes Turner.
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Bruce Oakley To Give Turner Grain Money To Judge

A North Little Rock company plans to hand over money it owes Turner Grain Merchandising Inc. of Brinkley to a judge to decide how to divide it among Turner's creditors.
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Sources: Turner Grain Appears Headed to Bankruptcy, Losses in Millions

Our sources on the commodities beat tell us that Turner Grain Merchandising Inc. of Brinkley is on the verge of filing for bankruptcy protection. And the losses, two sources have told us, could be in the millions.
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Agricultural Tourism Growing in Arkansas

Agritourism is growing in Arkansas as more farm owners open their gates to tourists and form a spiderweb-like network among several state agencies and nonprofit organizations.
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