Monthly Archives: August 2016
Farmers here in Tennessee and around the country are weighing in on the benefits of crop insurance.
Cattle producers who are members of the Tennessee Beef Alliance just held their August sale and by all accounts, another success.
The “Reason for Reform” Campaign highlights agriculture’s need for immigration reform. American Farm Bureau’s Micheal Clements has the story.
While athletes from around the world are gathered in Rio for the Olympics, a few Brazilian farmers have been in West Tennessee visiting farmers...
As Tennessee farmers put their hopes on a good growing season for their crops like corn and soybeans, they’re hoping the rest of the...
Johnathan Cordone is USDA"s Under Secretary for Farm & Foreighn Relations and he recently updated Tenn. Farm Bureau leaders on the importance of global...
Farmers Almanac editor Pete Geiger talks about the upcoming winter weather forecasty that the 200-Year-old publication is predicting for the Volunteer State.
Loudon County dairy Farmer Ryan Bright is feeling a lot better than he was six months ago. That’s when an early morning fire basically...
One of the biggest predators for Tennessee’s livestock industry is the black vulture.
Farm Credit of Mid America CEO Bill Johnson recently spoke to Farm Bureau leaders gathered for their 76th Presidents Conference in Franklin and one...