Monthly Archives: January 2018
As the New Year kicks off, it always seems appropriate to look forward and not only set goals for the upcoming year, but see...
The arctic blast that’s gripped most of the country continues and livestock owners are encouraged to continue taking measures to ensure their animals are...
Over 6000 farmers and ranchers from across the country are heading to Opryland this weekend for the American Farm Bureau’s 99th annual convention, and...
Regardless of your politics, today is a special day for Tennessee and American agriculture as President Donald Trump is scheduled to speak with farmers...
President Donald Trump is the first President in over 25 years to address the American Farm Bureau.
Two Tennessee agriculture youth leaders got the chance of a lifetime to meet President Donald Trump.
Besides the excitement around President Trump attending the American Farm Bureau convention in Nashville this week, there were other important business items to tend...
After 31 years on the job, the American Farm Bureau’s Mary Kay Thatcher is set to retire at the end of this month.
As a new year gets underway, farmers and ranchers have several victories to celebrate from 2017.
Governor Bill Haslam has issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency that waives hours of service for livestock and poultry drivers.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has announced a comprehensive plan to end the opioid epidemic and the nation’s two largest farming organizations have announced a...
Tennessee’s Commissioner of Agriculture Jai Templeton appeared before the state House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee this week to give an overview of the...
Farm Bureau members are looking to NAFTA talks to create even better trade opportunities.
John McFadden is CEO of the TN Environmental Council and this year they have a goal of planting 250,000 trees in one day on...