Ashlyn Ussery from North Little Rock will be a summer intern at the Arkansas Farm Bureau.

A Southern Arkansas University graduate is among three who have joined the Arkansas Farm Bureau as summer interns.

Ashlyn Ussery from North Little Rock graduated in 2019 from Southern Arkansas University with a degree in agricultural business. She is now a graduate student at the University of Arkansas where she is studying agricultural communications.

Ussery is a member of collegiate Farm Bureau as well as Arkansas Women in Agriculture.

“I have always admired the work of Farm Bureau and find their voice to be a fundamental piece of Arkansas agriculture.” Ussery said, “To have the opportunity to be a part of that voice this summer and gain valuable experience is not only exciting but an honor as I work toward a career in agriculture.”

Ussery will be interning with the Public Relations department.

The other interns are Macie Kelly of Mountain Home, who graduated in May from the University of Arkansas with a degree in agricultural communications, and who is preparing to begin law school in the fall; and Caleb Swears from Carlisle, a junior at the University of Arkansas studying agricultural business pre-law and crop sciences.

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