1100 West Main Street
Walnut Ridge, AR 72476
(870) 886-7791 x-3
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The No-Till Drill can save time and money when it comes to planting and over-seeding fall and spring grasses. The drill features a large seed hopper, a hopper level indicator and a seed agitator. The drill also has a small seed legume box with smaller metering cups for more precise control on smaller seed.
Call to reserve the no-till drill.
$10 per acre
The Pasture Punch is a heavy Duty punch aerator for aerating pastures, hay fields, or sod fields. This allows the moisture and nutrients to reach the roots and helps relieve root-boundedness.
Call to reserve the pasture punch.
$2 per acre
Mission Statement: The Lawrence County Conservation District office exists to serve the community concerning conservation issues. We stand for the wise use of soil, water, and related resources on every acre of land. We work hand in hand with Natural Resource Conservation Service concerning these conservation practices.
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