Monthly Archives: November 2018
Tennessee's Ag in the Classroom program is vital to sharing our most important industry to those students off the farm.
Election day is finally upon us and many farm and rural residents will be casting their ballots in the race for governor and senate...
McGavock High School in Nashville is challenging the limitations of urban living and urban education.
Another challenging year for Tennessee row crop producers as they battle Mother Nature to complete harvest of their fall crops. It's ending much like...
There's a reason the state seal of Tennessee has agriculture prominently displayed, it's our most important industry.
This time of year at Thanksgiving, the past couple of years anyway, Tennessee row crop farmers had completed most of their harvest. But no...
Farmers statewide are thankful for the Thanksgiving holiday and the blessings of their profession.
Debbie Ball, TDA's Agricultural Business Development Consultant for Pick Tennessee Products, advises consumers to use the Pick Tennessee Products website or the Pick Tennessee...
This week corn farmers in Tennessee will have the opportunity to vote for a corn checkoff.
Traci Middleton of Henry County is the 4th generation in her family's hardware lumber business, Middleton Lumber Company.