Monthly Archives: September 2016
Immigration reform and securing the border has been a priority issue for farmers all across the country for some time, and perhaps no where...
It’s almost criminal the number of food related illness cases that come from Labor Day weekend picnics and cookouts.
Land tenure and transition issues grow as the number of senior producers increase and more new farmers wish to enter the business.
The excitement for the young and old is always evident at the state fair. And the tradition continues again as the fair opens the...
The top two winning Country Hams were auctioned off for $4600 and $4400 respectfully during the Tennessee State Fair to benefit Tennessee FFA.
The Tennessee State Fair Celebrity Milking contest was held this week at the fair as the team of NewsChannel 5’s Cary Clark and State...
This week we are celebrating National Farm Safety and Health Week, but even though this is the week we recognize it, safety is something...
Its National Farm Safety and Health Week and Tennessee Commissioners of Agriculture and Health are reminding all Tennesseans that this time of year is...
Rep. Diane Black of Tennessee’s 6th Congressional District continues to make it a priority to meet with and listen to the farmers she represents...
The American Farm Bureau Federation says a Senate report just released highlights the need for Congress to intervene regarding the Waters of the U.S. rule.
Julius Johnson and Lacy Upchurch were honored at UT’s Ag Day with the Meritorious Service Award.