Arkansas Business Weekly Edition
September 20, 2021
AcreTrader Investors Pool Cash to Buy Farmland
Carter Malloy is CEO of AcreTrader of Fayetteville, a farmland investing service that’s so far put $100 million into more than 60 farms.

AcreTrader Investors Pool Cash to Buy Farmland This article is available only in print.

by Mark Friedman – 2 days ago

Since launching in 2019, Fayetteville farmland investing service AcreTrader has placed “well over” $100 million into more than 60 farms in a dozen states, according to Founder and CEO Carter Malloy.

New Lonoke School's Goal? Keeping Talent on the Farm This article is available only in print.

New Lonoke School's Goal? Keeping Talent on the Farm
2 days ago

The Lonoke Business Academy-Carver Campus, which will see its first students in a few weeks, aims to retain agricultural talent in the rural community and neighboring areas by offering hands-on career learning opportunities to teenagers.

Timber! Record Lumber Prices Fall Back to Earth This article is available only in print.

Timber! Record Lumber Prices Fall Back to Earth
2 days ago

The lumber industry appears to be settling into a new normal after a frenetic spring that saw lumber prices surge to an all-time high — so high that executives were often at a loss for words to explain it.

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1 Deline Farms Partnership Phillips
2 Deline Farms South Phillips
3 Delta Peanut LLC Craighead
4 3m Planting Co. Mississippi
5 Deline Farms North Phillips
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Winrock Sells, but Won't Go Far

Winrock Sells, but Won't Go Far This article is available only in print.

Winrock International is packing up to move, having sold its gleaming 25,000-SF headquarters on Riverfront Drive in Little Rock for $5.3 million this month.

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Arkansas Farmers Have More Corn on Their Plate

Arkansas Farmers Have More Corn on Their Plate

Kernel Corn has overtaken King Cotton as Arkansas' third most popular crop by land use, and the state now has more acres producing corn than it has had at almost any time in the past 70 years.

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iDatafy Plans Better Way to Link Employers, Talent

iDatafy Plans Better Way to Link Employers, Talent

iDatafy of Little Rock has launched its SmartResume Certified Job Talent Marketplace, designed to connect employers to white- and blue-collar job seekers who actually have the skills they're looking for.

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