Monthly Archives: April 2013
Sara Best of the Cookeville FFA Chapter was named state president of the TN FFA Association during the 85th annual convention.
USDA’s efforts to streamline operations and tighten its budgetary belts are producing results. Rod Bain reports.
State officials are expecting even more black bears in Tennessee this Spring. TWRA’s Dan Gibbs explains.
Faculty and students of the Sarah Moore Greene Magnet Technology Academy of Knoxville were invited to help First Lady Michelle Obama plant the White...
Congress has to start all over again on writing a new farm bill. With a tighter budget it’s that much harder. The American Farm Bureau...
Sam & Jennifer Trott of Trott Lumber Company in Shelbyville were recognized this spring by the Tennessee General Assembly with a resolution for their...
Tennessee corn farmers have been waiting for some time for the ground to dry enough to get this year’s crop in the ground.
Bill passes TN General Assembly that requires anyone intentionally photographing animal cruelty to hand over evidence to law enforcement authorities within 48 hours.
Students at Riverside Elementary in Columbia planted their own garden at school thanks to an Outdoor Garden grant from TN Ag In The Classroom....