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The Farm Dust Regulation Prevention Act, H.R. 1633, passed the House of Representatives on Dec. 8 by a vote of 268-150. The Farm Bureau-backed bill received strong bipartisan support, with 33 Democrats voting in favor of the bill along with 235 Republicans.
Tennessee Farm Bureau delegates attending their 90th Annual Convention at Franklin’s Cool Springs Marriott, re-elected Cumberland County beef farmer Lacy Upchurch as their president of the nation’s largest state Farm Bureau organization.
The Farm Animal Care Coalition of Tennessee (FACCT) is composed of leading Tennessee agricultural organizations, individual farmers, and others — all working together to assure the sustainability of the Volunteer State's diverse animal agriculture community. They are seeking an executive director to help accomplish their goal of being a reliable resource for the public and farmers regarding humane care, well-being issues, and best management practices for farm animals.
Dresden farm couple Ben and Jennifer Moore were named Tennessee Farm Bureau’s Outstanding Young Farmer and Achievement Award winners during special ceremonies held Saturday evening at the Tennessee Young Farmer Summer Conference.
Larry Arrington, professor of agricultural education and communication at the University of Florida, will be recommended by UT President Joe DiPietro for election by the UT Board of Trustees as the next chancellor of the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture.
Tennessee Department of Agriculture Commissioner Julius Johnson today announced the appointment of McNairy County mayor and lifelong farmer Jai Templeton as the agency’s deputy commissioner.