Monthly Archives: April 2020
The American Farm Bureau Federation says a commitment to processing H-2A applications ensures continued access to a stable food source.
It's that time - time to fill out the 2020 Census, and with everything going on in the world, it's most likely not on...
Tennessee corn farmers had waited long enough as several have now begun planting this year's crop.
Tennessee's 7th District Congressman Mark Green has a unique perspective on the whole coronavirus situation.
The COVID-19 pandemic is sending crop and livestock prices into a tailspin.
Tennessee is well known for its diverse forestry industry. Some of the world's largest producers of paper and paper products have mills operating here.
The Agriculture Secretary says there's no shortage of food in this country. It's just taking the food system a little time to adjust to...
UTIA Economist Dr. Aaron Smith discusses the impact of COVID-19 to the Tennessee agricultural economy.
A much different way to celebrate Earth Day this year with COVID-19 keeping us all at a distance, but still farmers like Becky Richesin...
USDA food purchases as part of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program fulfill a recent request by the American Farm Bureau Federation and Feeding America.
A lot of sheep and goats filed through the sale barn at Tennessee Livestock Producers barn in Columbia this week.