Monthly Archives: May 2017
Long-time State Senator Rusty Crowe says he depends on his farmers in the state’s 3rd District, which covers Washington, Unicoi, and Carter Counties, to...
Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue is making some significant changes to what our kids will be eating at school next year.
The Tennessee General Assembly has passed legislation that clarifies a consistent and legal definition of “farm property” and agriculture for property assessment purposes.
Commodity prices may have hit bottom during 2016, but an economist with the American Farm Bureau Federation says that doesn’t mean major price moves...
The first session of the 110th Tennessee General Assembly has concluded and we hear from rural lawmakers and how important it is to represent...
The news coming that after 13 years China will once again allow the import of US beef has had a positive reaction with cattle...
The Broadband Accessibility Act is now law in Tennessee as Gov. Bill Haslam signed the legislation that will start to address the lack of...
Erin Bacon, senior at Jefferson County High School, won Tennessee FFA’s State Prepared Public Speaking Contest and will move on to represent Tennessee at...
The prospects for the school of Agribusiness and Agriscience at Middle Tennessee State University continue to improve.
The American Farm Bureau Federation is looking forward to the renegotiation of NAFTA.
As we celebrate Memorial Day and its meaning, we hear from Tennessee veterans who have returned back to farm after their service to the...
The American Farm Bureau Federation expressed confidence agriculture lawmakers will stand up to proposed budget cuts by President Donald Trump.