Southwest Research and Extension Center

 The mission of the University of Arkansas Southwest Research and Extension Center is to provide research-based results for the agriculture producer in the areas of beef cattle, plant pathology, forestry, and horticulture that positively impact food, fiber and bioenergy production in Southwest Arkansas, the state of Arkansas, the nation and the world.

We welcome site visitors and station visitors alike to explore and learn about the work that is done through the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture personnel at the SWREC. 

Please feel free to contact our interim station director, Dr. Terry Kirkpatrick, or any one of our faculty or staff if you have questions about the SWREC or the research and extension activities that take place here. 

Phone: (870) 777-9702 
Fax: (870) 777-8441

Office hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Mailing address: 362 Highway 174 North, Hope, AR 71801

List of Accomplishments of SWREC Faculty Since 1984

How To Stop The Most Preventable Nutritional Disease In Cattle

Dr. Ford Feature on AgriArkansas

KTSS Talks Interviews

Hidden Costs of Poor Hay Management

Beef Newsletters

Forestry Workshop Registration Form - Sept. 14, 2017