Monthly Archives: August 2017
Some farmers in East Tennessee had the chance to see and speak with Gov. Bill Haslam recently as he and the Commissioner of Agriculture,...
We all know just how important our roads and bridges are to daily living, and perhaps no one more so than our farmers.
A new collaboration between the American Farm Bureau Federation and the National FFA Organization will help prepare agriculture leaders of tomorrow.
County Farm Bureau presidents, board members and ag industry representatives from across Tennessee are in Franklin for the 77th Annual Presidents Conference.
A majority of American voters support tax reform, and many support tax changes that would benefit farmers and ranchers.
The 200th Edition of the Farmers’ Almanac is out and available everywhere and what a great source of information.
From what began in Dyer County and Sheriff Jeff Box, The Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s Ag Crime Unit is working to try and implement...
The 2017 Ag Census takes place at the end of the year — but if you’re thinking of filing online, there’s a demo on...
Mrs. Mary Tomlin’s third grade class from Fayette Academy in Fayette County got a visit from Miss America after winning the First Peas to...