Monthly Archives: April 2016
It's more important than ever that our elected leaders understand the importance of agriculture to our state and nation. The only way to make this happen is for you to contact them and let them hear your voice. We've developed this page to help you communicate with the people who represent you in Nashville and Washington.
SINCE 2002 MORE THAN 150 WEST TNSANS INVOLVED IN THE AG COMMUNITY HAVE BENEFITED FROM WHAT’S KNOWN AS THE AG STAR PROGRAM.
FARMERS RELYING ON AGRICULTURAL VISA PROGRAMS ARE SEEING DELAYS LEADING TO LABOR SHORTAGES ACROSS THE COUNTRY, INCLUDING HERE IN TENNESSEE.
TODAY WE CELEBRATE EARTH DAY, WHICH SERVES AS A CALL TO ACTION FOR THOSE AROUND THE WORLD TO RECOGNIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF PROTECTING OUR NATURAL...
WHEN THE GAVEL FALLS FOR THE LAST TIME THIS WEEK FOR THE 109TH TENN. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LT GOV. RON RAMSEY WILL BE HEADED BACK...
RECENTLY AT THE TENNESSEE STATE FFA CONVENTION A NEW SLATE OF STATE OFFICERS WAS ELECTED WITH ALLISON PARKER ANNOUNCED AS STATE SENTINEL.
WHEN GLYNDAR HASKIN WAS VISITING FARMS IN TENN RECENTLY, SHE HAD ONE OF THOSE “A-HA” MOMENTS WHEN IT CLICKED FOR HER THAT HER PRECONCIEVED...
THE USDA MARCH PLANTING INTENTIONS REPORT NUMBER FOR CORN ACREAGE WAS A SURPRISE TO MANY, BUT EXPERTS SAY THAT WILL LIKELY CHANGE.
SEVERAL TN DAIRY FARMERS ATTENDED THE PROFESSIONAL DAIRY PRODUCERS OF WISCONSIN ANNUAL BUSINESS CONFERENCE IN MADISON, WISCONSIN