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  • SMART Reproduction Awarded Woman-Owned Export Award

    SMART Reproduction Awarded Woman-Owned Export Award

    Governor Asa Hutchinson will be presenting the 12th annual Governor’s Award for Excellence in Global Trade on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022. The gala awards dinner, hosted by the Arkansas District Export Council (ARDEC), will start at 5:30 p.m. with a networking reception for the Arkansas business community at the Governor’s Mansion. The Award recognizes the export successes and excellent quality among Arkansas’ manufacturing and agricultural companies actively trading in international markets. Governor Hutchinson and Jonathan Bricker, Chair of ARDEC, will present each company with a trophy and certificate during the awards ceremony. The companies will be profiled throughout the year as

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  • New Online Sire Catalogue

    New Online Sire Catalogue

    SMART Repro believes that information is power, and our streamlined online catalogue embodies that mantra. For our international and domestic purchasers, a wealth of information is at your fingertips through the easy to navigate setup. First, separating meat and dairy sires into two separate pages reduces times spent sifting through two very different breeding and production goals. Secondly, lactation values for dairy sires and weaning and birth weight values for the meat sires are clearly delineated in the column to the right of the sire’s name. Other information displayed is breed, registration number, price, and countries the animal’s semen are

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  • The Power of the Goat

    The Power of the Goat

    Few projects have excited SMART Repro to the core more than our recent partnership with Winrock International and the government of Nepal. Genetics collected and cryopreserved from the leading dairy and meat herds in the United States at our USDA-inspected and approved facility in Jonesboro, Arkansas was shipped to Nepal to facilitate Feed the Future KISAN ll. This five-year 32.7 million dollar program is multifaceted and with the clear intention to create lasting economic agricultural opportunities for small farmers in Nepal. With these elite American-produced genetics, Nepalese livestock producers will be able to rapidly improve the indigenous goats readily available

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