Monthly Archives: November 2017
The state 4-H and FFA Land Judging competitions were held recently with a team rising to the top to be named state champion for...
Before another federal mandate is due to take effect in mid December, Farm Bureau along with several other national ag organizations have petitioned the...
State Senator Jim Tracy has been appointed by President Trump to serve as Tennessee’s State Director for USDA’s Rural Development.
Alex Adams of Knoxville didn’t grow up on the farm, but a business model he’s developing could save farmers lots of time and money.
As lawmakers debate changes to the federal tax code, the American Farm Bureau Federation says that it is important for farmers to focus on...
This time of the year is one of the busiest for Christmas tree farmers, but its hard work all year long.
The 32nd annual Thanksgiving Dinner price survey by the American Farm Bureau shows just how affordable our food is and how thankful we should...
Humbolt, TN in Gibson County will be the new location for a chicken production complex for Tyson Foods. When completed, the $300 million facility...
Giving thanks on this special day as families across the Volunteer State gather together around the table and remember the many blessings we all...
A very tall 76-year-old is heading to Capitol Hill, just in time for the holiday season. Stephanie Ho tells you who this guest of...
Beef cattle producers reactions were very positive to the latest results from the Tennessee Beef Alliance sale held in Columbia.