Agriculture

Pond Turnovers, Fish Kills an Inconvenient Possibility During Summer Season

Pond Turnovers, Fish Kills an Inconvenient Possibility During Summer Season
In the summer months, farm pond owners might expect a pond turnover, a largely unavoidable event that causes oxygen depletion throughout the water and often results in fish kills.

During the hot summer months, farm pond owners often face the frustrating prospect of losing some of their fish population to oxygen depletion in the water.
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USA Rice Elects Brian King Board Chairman

The USA Rice board of directors elects Brian King of Erwin Keith Inc. as its new chairman.
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Banker Randy Scott Plays Part on East Arkansas Farm Team

Randy Scott is the president and chief operating officer of Farmers Bank & Trust in Blytheville. A 26-year veteran of banking, he has worked the last 16 years at Farmers.
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