Monthly Archives: January 2019

Hopeful for a Stronger Year on the Farm

As we kick off a brand new year, farmers across Tennessee always remain optimistic for a better year than the last.

Our Farms are Our Future

There's a reason the state seal of Tennessee has agriculture prominently displayed.

The 116th Off and Running

A new Congress is up and running in our nation's capitol and three new members of Tennessee's delegation were sworn in to serve, including...

Government Shutdown Causing Ag Concerns

The partial government shutdown is a growing concern for farmers and rural communities across Tennessee because they depend on many federal programs.

A New Voice for Farmers

Tennessee's Marsha Blackburn is back in Washington but this time on a different side of the Capitol.

The 111th Now in Session

Franklin Republican Glen Casada was easily elected as the new Speaker of the House on the opening day of the 111th Tennessee General Assembly.

Celebrating a Century at Farm Bureau

The nation's largest general farm organization is set to hold its annual meeting in New Orleans this weekend as the American Farm Bureau celebrates...

Discussing Her Way to the Top

Tennessee's national competitor in the Young Farmers and Ranchers Discussion Meet is Laura Vaught, a lawyer with agricultural ties in Rutherford County.

A Centennial Celebration for Farm Bureau

Tennessee Farm Bureau President Jeff Aiken and farmers from Tennessee and all around the country are in New Orleans for the American Farm Bureau's...

President Addresses Farm Bureau Leaders

For the second straight year, President Donald Trump addressed Farm Bureau leaders, this time at their centennial celebration in New Orleans

Grassroot Efforts Leading the Way

The last action to happen at the 100th annual gathering of the American Farm Bureau is the Annual Delegate Meeting, where policy for the...

The Value of Farm Bureau

Neil Delk, Maury County Farm Bureau President attended the 100th annual American Farm Bureau Convention and said he learned even more about the purpose...

Directing the Unified Voice

Dale Moore is the current Executive Vice President for the American Farm Bureau Federation.

Reaching for the Finish Line

America's farmers and ranchers are making a pledge to support a new campaign for clean water, clear rules.

Earning Consumer Trust for our Food

The tireless work our farmers do on a daily basis in producing our food is not enough to maintain consumer trust in our overall...

FSA Offices Opening Back Up

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue has announced that all Farm Service Agency (FSA) offices nationwide will reopen this week to provide additional administrative services to...

Committed to Serving Beef

From the ground up, Jennifer Houston has been a passionate promoter of beef.  And she's ready to become the next president of the nation's...

Seeking Rural Prosperity

Gov. Bill Lee, just over a week into office, has held true on his emphasis that he wants to place on helping rural Tennessee.

Future of the Tennessee State Fair

The Tennessee State Fair Association has filed a lawsuit to stop construction of a Major League Soccer stadium on the current fairgrounds site.

Putting the Farm Bill to Work

Tennessee and American farmers were pleased that Congress approved a new Farm Bill just before Christmas, but a lot of time lost on the...

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