Monthly Archives: December 2018
Farmers from all 95 counties are in Franklin this week for the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation's 97th annual meeting.
Tennessee Governor-elect Bill Lee announced his choice for Commissioner of Agriculture during the Farm Bureau annual meeting in Franklin, State Veterinarian Dr. Charlie Hatcher.
Gov. Bill Haslam gave a keynote address to Farm Bureau leaders as he prepares to leave office after two successful terms.
Lawmakers are poised to consider the 2018 Farm Bill next week, providing much needed certainty for agriculture. AFBF's Michael Clements has the story.
Right at 64 percent of those voting in last month's ballot referendum supported a 1-cent per bushel corn checkoff for Tennessee corn.
Chronic Wasting Disease in deer suspected in two Tennessee counties for the first time.
While most of 2018 has been a challenge for farmers, USDA Sec. Sonny Perdue speaking this week in Lebanon had good news to share.
Tennessee's Governor-elect Bill Lee is preparing to take office in January as Tennessee's 50th governor as he takes his faith and support of agriculture...
Christmas tree growers of today are worried that as they retire, there are no younger growers lined up to take over.
While 2018 was a difficult year for the agricultural economy, it was a successful year for agricultural policy. American Farm Bureau's Chad Smith has...