Monthly Archives: November 2013
It’s not only farmers, ranchers and growers that would reap benefits from passage of a new Farm Bill.
This year’s unusual weather has provided many challenges for Tennessee cotton farmers.
AGRICENTER INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT JOHN CHARLES WILSON TALKIS ABOUT WHAT HAS AND CONTINUES TO BE A TREASURE FOR SHELBY COUNTY AND THE CITY OF MEMPHIS.
Corn and soybean harvest is producing what could become the biggest crops ever in Tennessee, but taking some time to get out.
TDA Commissioner Julius Johnson testifies before the House Commerce, Manufacturing & Trade Subcommittee about the impact of the state’s equine industry, in particular, the Tennessee...
The annual survey by the American Farm Bureau of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner shows the cost down slightly this year compared to year ago.
FARMERS AND OTHER AG INDUSTRY LEADERS ARE NOT PLEASED WITH THE EPA PROPOSAL TO REDUCE RENEWABLE FUELS NEXT YEAR.
SORGHRUM MAKING IS ONE OF THOSE IMPORTANT TRADITIONS FOR THE MOSES FAMILY IN TELLICO PLAINS.
Survey shows cost of Thanksgiving meal down some this year.