Monthly Archives: January 2017
Will an even stronger dollar pull the value of U.S. agricultural exports down in 2017? USDA’S Gary Crawford has the story.
Just barely into the new year and farmers and analysts are already looking ahead to figure out possible plans for spring planting.
We all know its cold and many of us take extra precautions with our pets, and that’s not says farmers don’t do anything for...
Young farmer Matt Niswander of Lawrence County was named the winner of the American Farm Bureau’s Young Farmer and Rqancher Discussion Meet during the...
Farm Bureau leaders attending the American Farm Bureau annual meeting talk about why they are Farm Bureau Proud.
During a break-out session at the American Farm Bureau annual meeting, farmers learned how to better engage consumers to share the ag story.
Dr. Pat Westhoff, Director of the Food and Ag Policy Research Instititute at the University of Missouri, gave a not so encouraging outlook for...
Positive reactions from the farm community over the selection of Sonny Perdue to be the next Secretary of Agriculture.
Knoxville-based start-up company, Grow Bio Plastics didn’t win the Farm Bureau Rural Entrepreneurship Challenge this year, but it was a great opportunity to show...
New water management survey going out from UT Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics to about 5000 row crop producers in middle and west Tennessee.
Gov. Bill Haslam as announced the Tennessee Broadband Accessibility Act as part of his legislative package he will send to the Tenn. General Assembly.