Monthly Archives: July 2018
With the recent passage by the Senate of the Farm Bill, the legislation moves closer to the finish line. AFBF's Michael Clements has the...
The Southeast Tennessee Resource Conservation and Development Council has teamed up with Ensave to offer free renewable energy assessments to Tennessee farmers and rural...
When we cook outside for the Fourth of July, what are the biggest mistakes many of us make? USDA's Gary Crawford has the story.
Hundreds of 4-H and FFA members are showing off their skills and sheep at the Tennessee Jr Livestock Expo Sheep events in Cookeville.
Farming land for food has been part of life for as long as any of us can remember. Farming provides us with food, clothing...
Farm Bureau is a grassroots organization where our members direct our policy, and one way we are able to do this is through our...
Making sure agriculture's future has farmers coming on to tend to the land and livestock, Farm bureau at the local, state and national level...
For Tennessee row crop farmers, summer rains have been plentiful for the most part.
AG Secretary Sonny Perdue announced plans this week to assist farmers in response to trade damage from unjustified retaliation.
It is the 30th anniversary of Milan's No-Till Field Day and new technologies for farmers is still the goal.