Monthly Archives: September 2012
When traveling this holiday season, plan ahead for perishable food safety with multiple coolers, ice, and gel packs.
Income prospects for the farm sector are looking much better than they did only six months ago. Gary Crawford has the latest USDA income...
Low water levels on Mississippi River are slowing cargo up and down the nation’s most important waterway.
Grassroots was seen at its finest in our nation’s captiol recently when farmers from across the nation gathered to make sure their voices where...
Another change in the weather this week as we approach the beginning of fall…with that change come two factors that determine the leaves on...
Having accurate and timely records will be a great aid to livestock producers dealing with loss or challenge due to a natural disaster.
With Congress now adjourned until after the November elections, farmers are still hopeful they will pass a new Farm Bill in the ‘lame duck’...
USDA Under Secretary for Rural Development Dallas Tonsager attended the National Rural Water Association meeting in Nashville and talked about the importance of having...
Bob Freudenthal, Exec. Director of the Tennessee Association of Utility Districts, talks about the importance of having and maintaining clean drinking water throughout the...