Monthly Archives: November 2016
No doubt one of my favorite drinks is chocolate milk. And there’s no doubt why the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association decided a few...
Critical conditions for wildfires for most of Tennessee so much so Division of Forestry officials are denying burn permits.
The dry conditions are continuing and unfortunately the latest winter forecast from USDA shows how the strengthening La Nina weather pattern might mean more...
Farm Bureau’s Patriot Project brings veterans to the farm. Micheal Clements has more.
The drought conditions across Tennessee continue to get worse and so are wildfires.
Congressman-elect David Kustoff of Shelby County easily won his election to succeed Stephen Fincher in Tennessee’s 8th District.
The nation’s turkey producers and consumers have something to be thankful for this Thanksgiving season—no bird flu.
You might not think there’s a lot of interest in agriculture in downtown Nashville, but that’s far from the truth at Tennessee State University’s...
With the Thanksgiving season, it seemed right to go to the farm and talk about what there is to be thankful for this year.
The Environmental Protection Agency has made biofuels supporters thankful this holiday by raising its Renewable Fuels Standard volume requirements for 2017.
It is the most wonderful time of the year, and it couldn’t be better without a real Christmas tree.