Tennessee Home & Farm Radio is a two-minute agricultural highlight with co-hosts Lee Maddox and Melissa Burniston. Radio programs mostly focus on Tennessee agriculture and rural life with some national scope thrown in to keep everyone informed. Maddox is a native of Lincoln County, Tennessee, where he was raised on a cattle farm, and he is a graduate of MTSU’s communications department. Burniston hails from Johnson County, Tennessee, where her family has a nursery and landscaping business, and she graduated from Tennessee Tech University with a double major in agricultural education and communications.
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According to the 2015 American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual Young Farmers and Ranchers outlook survey, about one-third of young farmers and ranchers surveyed, ages 18 to 35, are most concerned about the availability of land to grow their crops and raise their animalsDOWNLOAD LISTEN
AS PART OF THIS WEEK’S CELEBRATION OF TENNESSEE AND AMERICAN AGRICULTURE, THE FARM AND FOREST FAMILIES OF TENN HELD AN OMELET COOK-OFF AT THE TENNESSEE EXECUTIVE RESIDENCE BETWEEN THE 4 MAJOR NASHVILLE TELEVISION STATIONSDOWNLOAD LISTEN
ITS NATIONAL AGRICULTURE DAY, AND ONE OF TENNESSEE’S TOP RECOGNIZED YOUNG FARMERS, BRANDON WHITT OF RUTHERFORD COUNTY, IS ON CAPITOL HILL IN WASHINGTON D.C. TODAY TESTIFYING BEFORE A HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS SUBCOMMITTEE ON THE BURDENS OF ESTATE TAXES.DOWNLOAD LISTEN
ITS NATIONAL AGRICULTURE WEEK, A WEEK SET ASIDE FOR ALL AMERICANS TO EMBRACE THE INDUSTRY THAT FEEDS AND CLOTHES US, PROVIDES FUEL AND SHELTER AND A SENSE OF PRIDE IN PRESERVING A WAY OF LIFE THAT IS TOO OFTEN TAKEN FOR GRANTED.DOWNLOAD LISTEN