Monthly Archives: December 2016
The tragic wildfires in the Smokies and the tornadoes that hit in Middle and East Tennessee have had quite an impact this week.
Farm Bureau President Jeff Aiken says some 1500 farm leaders are in Franklin this week for the 95th meeting of the nation’s largest state...
Gov. Bill Haslam addressed the delegates during the business session of the 95th Tennessee Farm Bureau Convention this week in Franklin.
Loudon County’s Josey Miller was elected as the 2017 Young Farmers & Ranchers chairman of the state committee.
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture sent out a survey this fall to see what farmers were suffering the most from in the midst of...
Tim Cross, longtime University of Tennessee leader, has been named the new chancellor for the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture.
Greene County beef cattle farmers Jimmy and Lydia McAlister have recently been appointed to the American Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee.
The latest in a series of USDA reports on economic and population trends in rural America was recently issued.
Four finalist teams will compete next month to win the American Farm Bureau Federation’s Rural Entrepreneur of the Year award. AFBF’s Micheal Clements has...
How many farmers are selling their products directly to local customers and how much money are those sales generating? USDA’S Gary Crawford has the...