Monthly Archives: October 2016
One of the biggest predators to Tennessee’s livestock producers is the black vulture.S
Whether you live on the farm or in the city, the next Farm Bill debated in Congress should be of concern.
There could be some significant impacts to agriculture in the path of hurricane Matthew.
Each Fall the Tennessee Young Farmers and Ranchers tour a different region of the state during harvest season and this year’s tour was in...
Individuals from across the state involved in all aspects of agriculture gathered recently in Murfreesboro for the Tennessee Agriculture Leadership Forum sponsored by Farm...
Ag leaders from across the state were in Columbia this week as part of the Tenn. Ag in the Classroom Advisory Council to review...
Tennessee State Conservationist Kevin Brown says there’s no doubt cover crops help the farmer, the environment and all of us.
Earlier this year, as a result of his success as a row crop and beef cattle producer, James Haskew was selected as the state...
Tennessee highlights from the the National FFA Convention and Expo from Indianapolis.
Tennessee FFA brought more than 900 FFA members to Indianapolis, Indiana for the 89th National FFA Convention
Promotion and research is the name of the game when it comes to one of Tennessee’s most important commodities…soybeans.