Monthly Archives: July 2017
Reports of Dicamba drift are up this year across the state, and educating both farmers and homeowners about this issue may help.
A recent survey by the American Farm Bureau Federation shows the cost of a summer cookout is down slightly compared to last year. AFBF’s...
Cumberland County Mayor (and farmer) Kenney Carey is in his 7th year in office and is still excited to go to work everyday, trying...
For many farmers, working on the land or with animals is a generations long tradition and they grow up knowing that is what they...
Scott Vanderwhal, a South Dakota farmer, testified before the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Tax Policy on the importance of tax reforms for...
Lawrence County’s Matt Niswander gets the keys to his new truck for winning this year’s American Farm Bureau YF&R Discussion Meet.
Joe and Rebecca Smith of Overton County have been named the Tennessee Farm Bureau’s Young Farmer & Rancher Achievement winners for 2017.
Dr. Robert Burns has been selected to be the next Dean of Extension for the University of Tennessee.