Arkansas is the site of the only active diamond mine in the USA, the “Crater of Diamonds” and the birthplace of notable figures such as former President Bill Clinton, acclaimed author and poet Maya Angelou, and iconic singer Johnny Cash. The state became part of America as a portion of the land bought in the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. It didn’t become its own state until more than 30 years later in 1836. Arkansas’s capital Little Rock is famous for the role the city’s namesake, the "little rock," had in guiding early settlers west through its nearby river crossing. The state’s economy is run largely on food production. It also exports various agricultural products, such as cotton, rice, and soybeans, as well as lumber and other wood products. Arkansas could be a good choice for small businesses that rely on proximity to food distribution centers.
Arkansas is a great state to be in if you’re involved in the production or processing of food or livestock. It also has good prospects for those involved more generally in agriculture.
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