Stuttgart Daily Leader

By Dawn Teer

Mark Waldrip of Moro, owner of East Arkansas Seeds, Inc. and Armor Seed LLC, and a member of the University of Arkansas (UA) Board of Trustees introduced Dr. Mark Cochran, UA vice-president for Agriculture, at the UA RREC Foundation Seed Facility, by saying, “Mark was never put off in putting this project together.”

Speaking to a crowded room at the UA RREC, Dr. Cochran told the audience, “It was time to bring seed processing into the century for one of the nation’s leading agricultural states. It was time to replace something from the 1950s.” He was speaking about the age of the original seed facility in this division.

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