Yearly Archives: 2019
March is national nutrition month and the Dairy Alliance is tackling dietary myths this month to debunk common diet disasters people make.
Agribition offers a unique chance for producers to see top quality show animals on Friday and then purchase them on Saturday and this event...
Tonight Tennesseans will hear from Governor Bill Lee in his first State of the State address.
The recent floods forced cattle producers in boats to round up their animals.
Beekeepers in Tennessee and across the country continue to struggle with the health of one of our most important insects.
It's National FFA Week and that means the Tennessee FFA state officers are celebrating by traveling across the state during their annual Goodwill Tour.
U.S. Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue was back in Tennessee attending the National Wild Turkey Federation's annual meeting and talking about the strong connection of...
Tennessee wildlife officials gave updates this week to state lawmakers about the situation in Southwest Tennessee where Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has now been...
It may be odd to many, but most of us should have an easier time filing our taxes this year.
The most recent monthly jobs report showed an employment gain around the country. That's good news for the entire economy, including agriculture. Chad Smith...
Dairy farmers across Tennessee and the country are experiencing tough times.
Abigail McConnell of the Munford FFA Chapter is excited about her trip this summer with a program called "Go FFA."
Tennessee and American farmers were pleased that Congress approved a new Farm Bill just before Christmas, but a lot of time lost on the...
Gov. Bill Lee, just over a week into office, has held true on his emphasis that he wants to place on helping rural Tennessee.
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...
America's farmers and ranchers are making a pledge to support a new campaign for clean water, clear rules.
Neil Delk, Maury County Farm Bureau President attended the 100th annual American Farm Bureau Convention and said he learned even more about the purpose...
For the second straight year, President Donald Trump addressed Farm Bureau leaders, this time at their centennial celebration in New Orleans
Tennessee's national competitor in the Young Farmers and Ranchers Discussion Meet is Laura Vaught, a lawyer with agricultural ties in Rutherford County.
Franklin Republican Glen Casada was easily elected as the new Speaker of the House on the opening day of the 111th Tennessee General Assembly.
The partial government shutdown is a growing concern for farmers and rural communities across Tennessee because they depend on many federal programs.
There's a reason the state seal of Tennessee has agriculture prominently displayed.
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