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1116-39474 - Crop consultant examines no till corn at approximately 8-10 leaf stage, growing on bedded land where previous crop of no till cotton was produced, England, Arkansas, United States of America
1116-39470 - Crop consultant checking progress on no till cotton, approximately 10-12 leaf stage, following previous year's crop of corn, England, Arkansas, United States of America
1116-39042 - Agriculture - Rice stubble being burned after the crop has been harvested, a controversial practice. Growers burn fields to remove heavy crop residue so they can re-enter fields early the next spring to plant soybeans, and to control some rice diseases. E
857-32545 - These photos were made on a rural Arkansas Chicken farm. This farm uses the fecal material from the chickens to make feed for cattle. The fecal matter is composted with grains and food stuffs. The final product is fed to cattle. Large chicken farms like this one could spread the virus quickly if infected birds are found. (photo by Scott Goldsmith, Aurora)
857-32544 - These photos were made on a rural Arkansas Chicken farm. This farm uses the fecal material from the chickens to make feed for cattle. The fecal matter is composted with grains and food stuffs. The final product is fed to cattle. Large chicken farms like this one could spread the virus quickly if infected birds are found. (photo by Scott Goldsmith, Aurora)
857-32547 - These photos were made on a rural Arkansas Chicken farm. This farm uses the fecal material from the chickens to make feed for cattle. The fecal matter is composted with grains and food stuffs. The final product is fed to cattle. Large chicken farms like this one could spread the virus quickly if infected birds are found. (photo by Scott Goldsmith, Aurora)
857-25236 - A woman rests her hand on a bible while listeing to a sermon about Covenant Marriage at Full Council Christian Fellowship in North Little Rock, Arkansas, on the sunday before Valentine's Day.
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