Monthly Archives: July 2013
UT FRUIT SPECIALIST DR. DAVID LOCKWOOD SAYS TN’S PEACH CROP IS TURNING OUT VERY GOOD THIS SUMMER.
WHAT IS A FARMER IS THE QUESTION THAT WAS RECENTLY POSED TO 7TH GRADERS ACROSS THE STATE FOR THE TENNESSEE FARM BUREAU’S ANNUAL ESSAY...
NOT ALL INSECTS ARE BAD, Some insects help us in our daily lives in a variety of ways. USDA’S Rod Bain HAS THE STORY.
AFTER LAST WEEK’S HEAVY RAINFALL EVENT IN MIDDLE AND EAST TN, FARMERS ARE STILL FEELING THE EFFECTS.
MOST EVERYONE IN TENN HAS BEEN IMPACTED IN SOMEWAY FROM ALL THE UNUSAL AMOUNT OF RAINFALL THIS YEAR. AND TVA HAS BEEN WORKING TO...
IT USED TO BE MUCH EASIER TO GET A FARM BILL PASSED, BUT NOT THIS ONE.
Brandon and Katherine Whitt of Rutherford County were named as the Tennessee Farm Bureau’s Outstanding Young Farmer and Rancher Achievment Award winners.
A pest of soybeans in the deep South is rapidly on the move to other soybean areas. Gary Crawford has more.