Monthly Archives: June 2019

Celebrating June Dairy Month

In Tennessee, we're spending the month of June promoting and consuming milk. To learn more about June Dairy Month, visit the Dairy Alliance.

Commodity Folks Gather in Memphis

This week Farm Bureau commodity staff members from around the Southeast will gather in Memphis, Tennessee to learn about issues facing the industry and...

Celebrating National Fishing And Boating Week

National forests and grasslands provide excellent opportunities for outdoor recreation enthusiasts to go fishing and boating, especially during National Fishing and Boating Week. Rod...

Stars Across Tennessee

For the 5th year the five Star winners of the year for the FFA have taken a tour across Tennessee to meet with industry...

Feeding Hungry Tennesseans

Through efforts like Shooting Hunger, farm groups are helping to fight food insecurity here in Tennessee. Learn more how to help fight food insecurity in...

Everywhere You Look, UT

The University of Tennessee has begun a new campaign titled "Everywhere you look, UT" and in West Tennessee's Weakley County, their message is on...

Advocating for Our Most Important Industry

Getting your voice heard in Washington can be difficult, but a group of farm leaders from across Tennessee did just that recently during the...

Advocating for Dairy

June is Dairy Month and we have been celebrating all month long, but one unique way some dairy farmers celebrated was by going to...

Wheat Harvest Reaches Half-way Point

So far, so good.  Surprisingly, Tennessee farmers are seeing a pretty good winter wheat crop this Spring. Tennessee Winter Wheat.

4-Hers on Rocky Top

Tennessee 4-H Academic Conference is summer learning in the best way.

Taking in Summer Study

Thirty-four rising high school students from across the state are getting college credit and experience at the Governor's School for the Agricultural Sciences at...

USDA Relocating ERS & NIFA TO Kansas City Region

Two USDA research agencies are set to relocate to the country's heartland. USDA's Stephanie Ho has the story.

Committed to Dairy

One of the toughest jobs out there is being a dairy farmer and Will Moss of Henry County hope they can continue. More info on...

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