Celebrating 100 Years of the Tennessee Farm Bureau

Monthly Archives: December 2019

New Trade Forecast

If you are a farmer looking for something to be excited about, the USDA's new export forecast might help.

H-2A Farm Labor on the Rise

The number of H-2A farm labor positions reached record highs this year, and wages paid under the program will increase again in 2020. 2019 H-2A...

Farm Fibers Sustaining All of Us

Genera in Vonore, TN is continuing its focus of utilizing products grown locally and producing renewable solutions that are helping to benefit rural communities...

More U.S. Beef, Ag Products Headed To Japan

Jennifer Houston, Tennessee cattle producer and president of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, talks about the new trade agreement between the U.S. and Japan...

Farm Bureau Leaders Gathered in Franklin

About 1500 Farm Bureau leaders are gathered in Franklin this week for their 98th annual meeting of the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation. Tennessee Farm Bureau...

The Strong Voice of Agriculture

Farmers statewide are taking part in the Tennessee Farm Bureau's Annual Meeting in Franklin this week, hearing information about the successes the organization has...

Supporting Our Most Important Industry

Since being inaugurated almost a year ago, Governor Bill Lee has had our farmers in mind.

Serving a 75 Year Strong Organization

Tennessee Young Farmers and Ranchers gathered at their Annual Convention to celebrate 75 years of involvement and strength.

Farmers Hopeful for an Early Christmas Present

A lot of hope is in the air around the country that Congress will Finally get to a vote on USMCA.

Leading the Way

Farm Bureau leaders from across the state held their annual meeting in Franklin recently where they discussed issues affecting our most important industry.

Lead USDA Attorney from a Tenn. Farm

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's head attorney is Obion County's own, Stephen Vaden.

Farmers Ready for China Trade

A phase one agreement with China would reopen a marketplace for U.S. agriculture.

A Rural Christmas

Friends and families are gathering together in this Christmas time to give thanks for the reason for the season.

Spending Package Includes Farm Provisions

The spending package agreement sent through Congress provides farmers stability for fiscal year 2020.

Preparing for the Future

Scott Caine of Aimpoint Research recently spoke to Tennessee Farm Bureau members about what the company is researching in terms of how farmers can...

Decades of Service

After nearly seven decades of service, two of Tennessee Farm Bureau's staff members are retiring.

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