Monthly Archives: August 2013
The White House has just released a new report on immigration reform. USDA’s Gary Crawford explains.
PRODUCE FARMERS SAY THIS SPRING AND SUMMER’S CONSTANT WET WEATHER PATTERN HAS BEEN QUITE A CHALLENGE TO GET THEIR TOMATOES PLANTED AND NOW ITS...
Dr. Andrew Griffith of the University of Tenn. talks about the declining inventory numbers for cattle and calves.
Groups that are often on opposite sides of the political battlefield are teaming up for immigration reform.
USUALLY THIS TIME OF YEAR MOST FARMERS ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THE LACK OF RAIN. NOT THE CASE THIS YEAR.
Tenn. Titan’s play-by-play announcer Mike Keith spoke to Tenn. Young Farmers & Ranchers attending their annual TN Young Leaders Conference in Franklin.
THE HEAT IS FINALY HERE FOR THE SUMMER AND THAT’S BEEN THE MONTH LONG CAMPAIGN SLOGAN FOR FARMERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND HERE IN...
ALL THE WET WEATHER AND COOLER THAN NORMAL TEMPERATURES HAS COTTON PRODUCERS CONCERNED OVER THE CONDITION OF THE CROP HEADING TOWARDS HARVEST.