Jack Pearadin and Doug Nelsen found a 1.73-carat diamond after nearly a year of searching the park's field.
We spoke earlier today. I tracked down the answer to your question on which sector was driving the 2.21 percentage point contribution to the 3.9 percent increase in state GDP for Arkansas: forestry, crops, livestock or something else?There you go. Now who's eating all that rice?
Here it is:
Much of the increase in agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting is coming from crop output. As you know, Arkansas is the top-ranked state for rice production. Nationwide, USDA is projecting rice cash receipts (sales) to increase 32% in 2016 after falling sharply in 2015. Our real state GDP data are adjusted for changes in prices. So if even if commodity prices fall, our GDP numbers reflect the higher crop output.
Maybe so, but most AR jobs are very low wage. Ours is the lowest median…
Y'all just aren't countin' all of 'em. You have to include Jefferson Davis, Dick Cheney,…
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