Monthly Archives: May 2016
ARE YOU AFRAID TO TRY NEW FOODS? THERE ARE LOTS OF NEW FRUITS AND VEGETABLES OUT THERE, BUT MANY OF US ARE RELUCTANT TO...
THE AMERICAN FARM BUREAU WILL ONCE AGAIN HOLD THEIR RURAL ENTRPRENEURSHIP CHALLENGE.
THROUGHOUT THE YEAR FARMERS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY, INCLUDING HERE IN TENNESSEE, HEAD TO THE NATION’S CAPITOL TO VISIT WITH MEMBERS OF CONGRESS TO...
NATE REPETZ WILL GRADUATE WITH A DEGREE IN AG EDUCATION AND HE AND 6 OTHER STUDENTS FROM PENN STATE UNIVERSITY HAVE BEEN TRAVELING IN...
HIGH SCHOOL AGRICULTURE PROGRAMS ACROSS THE STATE GROW AND SELL GARDEN AND LANDSCAPING PLANTS IN THE SPRING AND DANIEL BOONE HIGH SCHOOL IN EAST...
3RD GENERATION FAYETTE COUNTY FARMER BOB WALKER SAYS THEY ARE APPROACHING COMPLETION OF THE 3000 ACRES OF COTTON HE AND HIS BROTHER WILL PLANT...
Tennessee Congressman Scott Desjarlais speaking at a House Agriculture Subcommittee meeting on how the Environmental Protection Agency’s Waters of the U.S. Rule will impact...
The Tennessee Beef Industry Council is a great resource for summer recipes and more for the grill.
For soybean farmers like Alan Meadows of Lauderdale County, the past few days have been ideal for planting this year’s crop.
East Tennessee’s Renea Rogers is at least thankful right now that she has the migrant help she needs to begin planting her tomato crop.