Arkansas Women in Agriculture

Nancy Jack
Assistant Professor

She received her B.S. degree at Tarleton State University . Then received both her M.S. and Ph.D. at New Mexico State University . She is currently an Assistant Professor at University of Arkansas and the director of the DE King Equine Program. Her duties include teaching four ¼ classes; manage horses, facilities, and the volunteer program; supervise two internship programs; and develop and offer clinics, youth camps, workshops, seminars, and field days.

Program Description: Cost and Benefits of Horse Ownership

There are an estimated 160,000 horses in Arkansas alone. Great business and profit opportunities exist to those educated about the industry. Unfortunately, many people fail to do their “homework” and are subsequently disappointed. This presentation is aimed at providing timely information about the industry and how it is structured.

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