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Judd Hill Farmer's Market Expansion

We are so excited about the expansion of the Judd Hill Farmers' Market! Here is a video featuring Mike Gibson and Dean Latour talking about the impact it will have on our students and community. https://vimeo.com/604316199

College of Agriculture

College of Agriculture Alumni Awards 2021

On Saturday, September 11th the following people were recognized as Alumni Award recipients for the College of Agriculture. Congratulations to all!

Craig Walker Jr., Outstanding Young Alumnus Award   

Seth Dewitt, Outstanding Young Alumnus Award  

Andrew Wargo III, Outstanding Alumnus Award 

Randall Pope, Outstanding Alumnus Award 

Bud Kennedy, Outstanding Service Award 

Mike Gibson, Outstanding Service Award

Plant Sale! Pansy, Viola, Ornamental Kale

We are having another plant sale! This Wednesday, 10/27 from 9:00am – 1:00pm in the greenhouses south of the Ag building. CLICK HERE for more info on what will be available. Please no pre-paying! First come first served on day of sale. Please pay via MARKETPLACE HERE on day of sale.

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Agribusiness Conference date set for 2022

The 28th Annual Agribusiness Conference will be held on Wed., February 16, 2022.
More details to come!

Farmers' Market

ASU Farmers' Market

The ASU Regional Farmers’ Market current hours are 8:00am to 1:00pm May through October.

Please read the following guidelines, which we will be enforcing. These guidelines are subject to change based on recommendations from our state, the health department, and/or ASU.

Tuesday Market will run June 1st through August and is open from 12:00pm - 5:30pm

The A-State Regional Farmers' Market is a non-profit entity for the purpose of developing and operating a locally owned and operated farmers' market in Jonesboro and the surrounding area.

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Want A Job? Study Food and Agriculture

According to an article on the Forbes magazine website,

"The U.S. Department of Agriculture forecasts that over the next five years the annual demand for college graduates in agriculture and food industries will be 57,900 jobs per year. Unfortunately, American agricultural colleges  . . . will only be producing about 35,400 graduates per year."