Monthly Archives: December 2013
Tennessee farmers are thankful for their jobs at producing the food we enjoy at Thanksgiving.
Many farmers may have a special gift wish for the holidays. A Farm Bill.
If you didn’t do much of your holiday shopping on Thanksgiving weekend, you may actually end up getting bigger bargains.
ONE OF THE HARDEST DECISIONS TO MAKE AROUND THIS TIME OF YEAR IS EXACTLY WHAT GIFT TO GET THOSE SPECIAL PEOPLE IN YOUR LIFE...
FARM BUREAU LEADERS ADOPT POLICY THAT WILL GUIDE THE FARM ORGANIZATION IN THE COMING YEAR.
Many people think running a Christmas tree farm is an easy way to farm. Most tree farmers would disagree….strongly.
Cattle producers will see another spike in prices next year as the herd shrinks and beef production declines while pork proucers are on tractk...
FAYETTE COUNTY FARMER JOHN PATTAT IS NOT ALONE THIS LATE IN THE SEASON AS HE AND OTHER FARMERS ARE TRYING TO FINISH UP HARVEST...
If you need some last minute gifts for the gardener on your list, this report from Gary Crawford may help you.
Over the past year, Tennessee’s top agricultural leaders have put together a 10-year strategic plan for agriculture and recently presented it to Gov. Haslam....
Tennessee Commissioner of Agriculture Julius Johnson reflects back on agriculture in 2013.
While many have been focused on shopping and Christmas preparations this month, December has also been a busy month for trade negotiations. AFBF’s Johnna...
An upcoming Smithsonian exhibit hopes to present the influence of farming on our nations history and economic growth. USDA’s Rod Bain has the story.