Monthly Archives: February 2013
Food shoppers can get ready to pay even more for beef this year. USDA’s Gary Crawford reports.
The state’s diversity in wildlife is dependent on the partnership with farm and rural landowners.
Fentress County farmer Jim Bledsoe is now the farmer’s voice on the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission.
Finally! Members of the Senate have moved immigration reform off the backburner. American Farm Bureau Labor Specialist Kristi Boswell explains why that’s so important...
The TN Department of Environment and Conservation is working to have better relationships with other state departments and Tennessee citizens.
This year the groundhog did predict an early spring, but how accurate is the groundhog in predicting the weather. Gary Crawford has this report.
About 800 Young Farmers from across the nation, including about 30 from Tennessee, recently took part in the American Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers &...
A LOT MORE ATTENTION THESE DAYS TO PROTECTING OUR NATURAL RESOURCES LIKE THE AIR AND WATER, BUT ALSO FARMERS AND RANCHERS CONTINUE TO LOOK...
Farmers and ranchers in Tennessee and all across the country are paricipating in Food Check-Out Week (Feb. 17-23) to reach out in their communities...
Tennessee state FFA officers have been traveling throughout the state on their Goodwill Tour during National FFA Week.
The nation’s largest farm organization is all for greater fiscal responsibility, but American Farm Bureau Farm Policy Specialist Mary Kay Thatcher says farmers and...
Tenn. Titan’s play-by-play announcer Mike Keith recently spoke to Tenn. Young Farmers & Ranchers attending their annual TN Young Leaders Conference in Franklin.