Celebrating 100 Years of the Tennessee Farm Bureau

Monthly Archives: October 2012

No Bacon Shortage

You will be able to get that bacon cheeseburger you want according to American Farm Bureau Economist John Anderson and Missouri Hog Farmer Chris...

Tobacco Crop Looks Good

Despite the many challenges Tennessee tobacco farmers faced this year, they still have a pretty good crop to harvest.

Beekeeping on the Rise

Just five years ago there was a strong concern over the lack of honey bees.  And while that is still a concern, the growth...

Fall Fun on the Farm

A great time this fall for families to visit a Tennessee farm and enjoy the corn mazes, pumpkin patches, haunted hay rides and even...

Fall Fun on the Farm

A great time for families to visit a Tennessee farm this fall during the height of the agritourism season.  You can go through a...

Congress Must Halt Tax Hike

You may have a plan for paying for the holiday presents you’ll buy this year, but have you planned for how you’ll afford the...

Case IH Delivers another Tractor

Tennessee’s 2012 Young Farmers of the Year, Josh and Julieanna Ogle of Lincoln County, received one of their prizes, a brand new Case IH...

Blackburn Receives Friend of Farm Bureau Award

Rep. Marsha Blackburn (TN – 7th) received the “Friend of Farm Bureau” recogintion based on her voting record in the 112th Congress on key...

Ag in the Classroom

The Ag in the Classroom program has been helping Tennessee school children better understand the importance of agriculture for nearly 30 years.

Fincher Receives Friend of Farm Bureau Award

Tennessee’s 8th District Congressman Stephen Fincher was recently recognized with a Friend of Farm Bureau award. The award goes to members of Congress that...

Country Classroom

Maury County 3rd graders experience hands-on activities during their favorite field trip of the year to their annual Country Classroom.

Rural Vote Matters

No matter where you live your vote counts, but its especially true for rural residents.

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