• W. C. “Buddy” Coleman W. C. “Buddy” Coleman

    W. C. “Buddy” Coleman a native of Little Rock, Arkansas, graduated from Louisiana State University. Mr. Coleman served as an Air Force officer for two years during the Korean War. After completing his military service in 1953, Mr. Coleman joined the family business, Coleman Dairy, […]

  • Dr. Glenn W. Hardy Dr. Glenn W. Hardy

    Dr. Glenn W. Hardy began his service to Arkansas agriculture as an assistant professor in agronomy at the University of Arkansas in 1956. He taught courses in Beginning Soils and Soil Fertility, developed research projects in cotton and soybean fertility, which were pursued with vigor […]

  • Senator David Pryor Senator David Pryor

    Senator David Pryor put in countless hours in the Senate Agriculture Committee working on legislation affecting the American farmer and rural America, because he realized the importance of agriculture to Arkansas and to our nation as a whole. As a U.S. representative, as governor, and […]

  • Vernon Scott Vernon Scott

    Vernon Scott spent more than 50 years working for the betterment of agriculture and his fellow man. He earned an Ag Education degree from Mississippi State College and later a masters degree in Ag Economics from Louisiana State University. Mr. Scott worked for the Farm […]

  • Howard S. Young Howard S. Young

    Howard S. Young has maintained a lifelong interest in cattle improvement. This was true not only of the herd he maintained on his own farm, but also in the herds of others across the state. Mr. Young had a distinguished career as a county […]