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Home Oil Co, Headquarters
2096 West State Hwy 158
Manila, AR 72442
 

  • Therefor You in All Seasons

    Your Full Service Cooperative

    Established 1946

    Getting the job done.

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    When timing & uptime is critical..

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  • Cotton Market Roundtable to feature live video streaming at its event in New York on July 24. Content Classification:  Curated read more

  • Thirty-three students from Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee were awarded a total of $49,500 in college scholarships this spring from America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. The new program encourages rural youth to remain in agriculture and provides $1,500 scholarships to support their education. Farmers play a vital role by promoting the opportunity to local students and endorsing their applications. read more

  • Hardwick Family Farm recognized for work on harmonizing nature with agriculture on the farm Jay, Mary, Marshall and Mead Hardwick operate in Tensas Parish, La. Content Classification:  Curated read more

  • Ryan McGeeney, University of Arkansas Some report numbers may be in doubt “The last two years in a row, we’ve broken our state average yield. We’ve had record yields, and we’ve still lost cotton acres.” -- Bill Robertson, Arknasas Extension cotton agronomist. read more