Tagged: Andrew Grobmyer

Land Deal Off, UA Looks to Replace Cash

Land Deal Off, UA Looks to Replace Cash

With the collapse of a $16.5 million land sale that drew opposition from Arkansas legislators, the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture is searching for ways to replace the lost revenue. read more >

In Praise Of Pragmatism (Editorial)

In Praise Of Pragmatism (Editorial)

Opinion

Radical ideology rarely has anything of value to offer businesspeople. So the first few days of President Donald Trump’s administration have rattled the agriculture industry in Arkansas. read more >

Commodity Markets, Marketing Measures Take Leap Forward

Commodity Markets, Marketing Measures Take Leap Forward

Arkansas Ag Business

When those in the agriculture industry speak of “marketing”, they aren’t referring to computer-generated geckos hawking insurance or bikini-clad models posing with a low-calorie beer. They mean using information, technology and infrastructure to ultimately make their operation as profitable as possible. read more >

Crop Prices Create New Lending Landscape

Crop Prices Create New Lending Landscape

Banking & FinanceArkansas Ag Business

Starting in July, soybean contracts started downward, hovering between $9.60 and $10 per bushel for the rest of the year. Bumper crops certainly depressed prices and uncertainties tied to federal farm bill legislation didn’t help either. read more >

Farmers’ Use Of Drones Up In The Air

Farmers’ Use Of Drones Up In The Air

Technology & TelecomTransportationArkansas Ag Business

In the ongoing conflict between conventional agriculture and emerging technologies, some innovations are finding favor while others confront hurdles. read more >