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Newsletter: June 15, 2020

Below you will find the content from my June 15th "Cotton Club Newsletter" related to our specials and promotions at Farmers Business Network. If you would like to receive my monthly newsletter, drop me a note... Cyber Summer Sale!We're making our prices for all products available for sale in the FBN Direct Store publicly available to all … [Read more...]

Our Urban Farming Experiment Continues to Take on Wings, Literally… Our Flock of Backyard Chickens!

I guess if you have to pick one positive thing about the whole COVID-19 thing and the subsequent "shelter in place thing", for me it would have to be the ability to get caught up on thousands of household projects that I had been putting off or thinking about that were still unchecked on my working list of things to do... well, one of those … [Read more...]

You should definitely check out FBN’s Atarrus Biostimulant this season, especially with mepiquat on cotton to reduce stress…

Last year FBN introduced a new Bio Stimulant called "Attarus". Atarrus helps mitigate herbicide stress and weather stress. We specifically had research indicating great results on cotton. At only $4.25 ac, it gives a great ROI and is worth a try on some of your acres.We have this available in all of our local hubs across the mid-south. We also have … [Read more...]

Farmers Business Network Opens Multiple Hub Partner Locations Across the Mid-South

FBN members know the value of transparent, low input prices and the convenience of buying direct-to-farm inputs through their FBN representative via phone, email, or by using our industry leading client application. Now, with the launch of our new FBN Hubs, you can double down on savings and convenience! Click here to find your local FBN Hub, or … [Read more...]

Breaking News: Introducing Auchstein “Ox” Hemingway Rohrscheib

Please welcome Auchstein "Ox" Hemingway Rohrscheib, the newest addition to our family. We've been on the lookout for a GSP (German Shorthaired Pointer) for Spencer for a few months now, I fell in love w/ the breed a long time ago. Our goal is to train him to be an Autism Support Animal that can accompany Spencer in a lot of situations that will … [Read more...]

FBN Mid-South Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting Celebration in Helena, Arkansas

Press Release: FBN Mid-South Grand Opening The public is invited to attend our grand opening and ribbon cutting celebration at FBN Mid-South in Helena, Arkansas on Friday, November 15th. Festivities will begin at 9am that morning with facility tours that will continue throughout the day. Our 1st annual FBN antique tractor show, featuring a … [Read more...]

2019 Season Recap: Planting Kodiak Mustard in our Central Arkansas Raised Beds as a Cover Crop

Once my 2019 raised bed garden was pretty well finished I cleaned and tilled my beds and placed all of the remaining materials into compost and began researching cover crops. I have had the privilege of working w/ multiple commercial growers the past few years that utilize cover crops on their large scale farming operations and the science (as well … [Read more...]

F2F℠ Seed Experience in Memphis, Tennessee at Agricenter International

We will have our first ever F2F℠ Seed Experience in Memphis, Tennessee at the Agricenter International on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (CDT). >>click here to RSVP for this FREE Event. The F2F Genetics Network™ is a new model for seed: fair, transparent prices for farmers combined with high-quality genetics. In … [Read more...]

Farmers Business Network Opens Distribution Hub and Regional Fulfillment Center in Helena, Arkansas

FBN Opens Distribution Hub in Helena, Arkansas [metaslider id=24292 cssclass=""] Excerpt from The Cotton Club Email Newsletter / July 2019 Edition... The past few months I've been busy working on a huge project that should really help increase our footprint for Farmers Business Network in the Mid-South. We've renovated a massive 40,000+ … [Read more...]

2019 Season Recap: Raised Bed Garden in Conway, Arkansas

I wanted to throw a quick post up to show the progress of our first raised bed garden at our home in Central Arkansas. The photos below show the progression from started seeds to transplanted into the raised beds. It's important to keep in mind that we learned more in our first year than we yielded, and had a blast doing it. If you have any … [Read more...]