Monthly Archives: June 2013
The same weather that’s been holding back row crop producers is having the same impact on produce farmers.
The annual Tennessee June Dairy Month promotion kicked off the month of celebration of the dairy industry at Ellington Agricultural Center.
The nation’s farmers helped to make D-Day, and the entire World War II effort, a success.
The National Leadership Forum happens around this time each year in Searcy, Arkansas on the campus of Harding University. High school students from all...
As the initial farm bill debate winds down in the Senate, S. 744, the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act, takes the...
RUTHERFORD COUNTIES BRANDON WHITT HAS BEEN IN NEW YORK CITY THIS WEEK AS PART OF A SPECIAL GROUP OF YOUNG AGRICULTURAL LEADERS FROM ACROSS...
The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and Industry along with TN Farm Bureau leader urging Congress to pass Immigration Reform bill.
CLOSE TO TWO HUNDRED FOLKS ATTENDED THE ANNUAL FRUITS OF THE BACK YARD FIELD DAY AT THE MIDDLE TN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER IN...
COMING OFF THE RECENT PASSAGE OF THE FARM BILL BY THE U.S. SENATE, THERE WAS MUCH ANTICIPATION FOR THE SAME IN THE HOUSE OF...
THE WAY REPORTS ARE COMING IN ACROSS THE STATE, PRODUCERS ARE CUTTING A REALLY GOOD WHEAT CROP.
THERE’S A CONTINUED TREND OF MORE FOLKS GROWING MORE VEGETABLES FOR THEMSELVES IN THEIR OWN GARDENS AND SOME TAKING IT A STEP FURTHER, PRODUCING...