• William H. “Bill” Caldwell William H. “Bill” Caldwell

    “Mr. Bill” Caldwell, as he was known to family and friends, has a legacy of service and leadership in agriculture in White County. He is known for helping in the development of the town of Rose Bud, both economically and […]

  • Henry “Hank” Chamberlin Henry “Hank” Chamberlin

    Hank Chamberlin devoted his life to the timber and forestry industry and is known as the “Father of Forestry Education” in Arkansas. He founded what is now the School of Forestry and Natural Resources at the University of Arkansas at […]

  • Gary C. George Gary C. George

    Arkansas-based poultry firm George’s Inc. traces its history back to the 1920s, when Gary George’s grandfather, C.L. George, opened a small general store and began hauling live poultry to customers in Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago. Almost 100 years […]

  • David W. Hillman David W. Hillman

    A fourth-generation farmer, David Hillman is one of just 10 men to serve as president of the Arkansas Farm Bureau, the state’s leading agricultural advocacy organization. In 2012 he was elected as state representative for District 13, which encompasses parts […]

  • Bobby Huey Bobby Huey

    Born in Remmel in Jackson County to a tenant cotton farmer, Bobby Allen Huey went on to spend 33 years working on behalf of the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture. In 1970, Huey became the first full-time rice extension […]

  • John Frank Pendergrass John Frank Pendergrass

    Born in 1936 in Paris, Logan County, John Frank Pendergrass is a fifth-generation cattle rancher who has become known as an innovator in the stocker and feeder cattle business. As president of Pendergrass Cattle Company in Charleston, Pendergrass is still […]