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2020 Yield of Dreams 

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Yield of Dreams 2020 production meetings and field days. 

Here's a look at our 2020 winter production meeting schedule. Hear about the market outlook and production methods from University of Arkanasas System Division of Agriculture faculty.  

This is is subject to updates and changes, so check back frequently and be sure to contact your county extension office for location details. 

2020

 JANUARY

  • Jan. 3 – DUMAS –Tri-State Soybean Forum
  • Jan. 7-8 -- LITTLE ROCK - Turfgrass Shortcourse. 
  • Jan. 13 – LAKE CITY -- Poinsett and Craighead – corn and cotton
  • Jan. 13 – WYNNE -- Cross – rice and soybean
  • Jan. 14 – WEINER -- Poinsett and Craighead – rice and soybean
  • Jan. 14 – MANILA -- Mississippi and Crittenden – corn and cotton
  • Jan. 14 -- STUTTGART -- Arkansas Soybean Association Annual meeting.
  • Jan. 15 – HAZEN -- Lonoke, Prairie, Pulaski – rice, soybean and corn
  • Jan.15 – TEXARKANA -- Southwest Ark – cotton
  • Jan. 16 – RECTOR -- Clay and Greene – corn and cotton
  • Jan. 16 – DUMAS -- Tri-County (Desha, Drew, Lincoln) – rice and soybean
  • Jan. 17 – TEXARKANA -- Southwest Ark – rice, soybean and corn
  • Jan. 27 –  STANFORD -- morning at Greene Co. – rice and soybean
  • Jan. 27 – CORNING – afternoon at Clay – rice and soybean
  • Jan. 28 -- MORRILTON -- River Valley rice meeting at Yesterday's restaurant. 
  • Jan. 28 – MARIANNA -- Mid-Delta (Phillips, St. Francis, Monroe and Lee) – corn and cotton

FEBRUARY

  • Feb. 3 – AMAGON – Jackson and Independence – rice and soybean
  • Feb. 4 – SEARCY— White – rice, soybean and corn
  • Feb. 5 – PINE BLUFF – Jefferson – rice, soybean and corn
  • Feb. 7 – POCAHONTAS  -- Randolph and Lawrence -  rice, soybean and corn
  • Feb. 11 – STUTTGART – Arkansas – rice and soybean
  • Feb. 11 – McGEHEE --Southeast Arkansas. – corn and cotton
  • Feb. 12 – MARIANNA – Mid-Delta (Phillips and Lee) rice and soybean
  • Feb. 14 – LAKE VILLAGE – Ashley and Chicot – rice and soybean
  • Feb. 17 – WEST MEMPHIS – Crittenden and Mississippi – rice and soybean
  • Feb. 18 – LAKE CITY – Northeast Arkansas – peanuts
  • Feb. 18 – ARKADELPHIA – Clark – rice, soybean, corn and cotton
  • Feb. 19 – McCRORY – Woodruff – rice, soybean and corn
  • Feb. 19 – MARIANNA – Mid-Delta – peanuts
  • Feb. 20 – FORREST CITY – St. Francis and Monroe – rice and soybean
  • Feb. 21— MORRILTON – River Valley – soybean and corn

About the Division of Agriculture

The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture’s mission is to strengthen agriculture, communities, and families by connecting trusted research to the adoption of best practices. Through the Agricultural Experiment Station and the Cooperative Extension Service, the Division of Agriculture conducts research and extension work within the nation’s historic land grant education system. 

The Division of Agriculture is one of 20 entities within the University of Arkansas System. It has offices in all 75 counties in Arkansas and faculty on five system campuses.  

The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action institution. If you require a reasonable accommodation to participate or need materials in another format, please contact your county extension office as soon as possible.  Dial 711 for Arkansas Relay.