Ozarks At Large

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At the ranch on County Road 766 in Jonesboro, a pretty silvery-white calf born just three days earlier was happily playing and running around on a field. He’s one of the newest members of Arkansas’s collective herd, population 1.75 million.

“The last bull we bought cost $3,600, and he’s a good bull, but probably the next one we buy will be higher than that.  You have to look for traits that will improve the calves that you already have,” said rancher Eric Grant. 

There’s a dent in the fence from when a massive bull tried to hurl himself through it to get to a cow.  The bull seems to have an uncanny sense for when a cow is in heat even several fields away, Grant said.

A Wednesday roundup: Governor Asa Hutchinson supports the latest proposal to alter the ACA, school millage questions approved and Money magazine notices northwest Arkansas.

Considering Vietnam

Sep 20, 2017

AETN and the Fayetteville Public Library hosted a panel discussion Saturday regarding the Vietnam War. The conversation followed a preview screening of the new documentary series The Vietnam War on PBS this month.

There's more than just blues to the annual motorcycle rally in Fayetteville. We hear about some of the musical options beginning tonight on Dickson Street, and we get a couple of options that are not part of the festival.

Roby Brock, with our partner Talk Business and Politics, discusses two Arkansas halls of fame: the one for food that already exists and another for politics that might soon.

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