Monthly Archives: September 2014
Tennessee’s cotton farmers have been concerned for most of the summer in not having enough heat units, but the past few weeks have helped...
School lunches are becoming more nutritous and the same should be done for those packing their kids’ lunches.
LET THE GOOD TIMES GROW IS THE THEME FOR THE TENNESSEE STATE FAIR THIS YEAR AND IT IS CELEBRATING MORE THAN 100 YEARS OF...
TDA Commissioner Julius Johnson discusses the advancements in technology and how its impacting farmers and agriculture.
Tennessee’s corn harvest is off to a slow start compared to the 5-year average, but yield prospects are looking really good for some.
State lawmakers competed in the annual Legislative Showmanship at the Tenn. State Fair.
A grassroots effort of farmers and ranchers helped push the U.S. House to move forward with a vote to block the Environmental Protection Agency’s...
THOUSANDS OF FARMERS ACROSS TENN. ARE NOW RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF PERHAPS THE BUSIEST TIME OF THE YEAR – HARVEST SEASON. AND SAFETY FOR...
There’s still a lack of coverage in many rural areas for broadband access and that’s critical for future success for farmers & ranchers.
ALTHOUGH CORN HARVEST IS GOING SLOW, MOST FARMERS ARE EXTREMELY HAPPY WITH THE YIELDS THAT THEY ARE GETTING