Celebrating 100 Years of the Tennessee Farm Bureau

Monthly Archives: November 2020

EPA Provides Certainty for Dicamba Users

The Environmental Protection Agency announced the registration of three dicamba herbicides this PAST week.

It’s All Up to You

A lot of preparation by the election officials, candidates and the voters comes down to today as Americans will decide who our next leaders...

Getting the FACCT’S Right

Since 2015, the Farm Animal Care Coalition of Tennessee has been working to better educate law enforcement and Ag Crime officials, prosecutors, and animal...

100 Years of Radio Broadcasting

This month marks the 100th anniversary of the first U.S. commercial radio broadcast, and USDA’s Gary Crawford presents a VERY condensed 100 year review.

Harvest Pushes On

While many of us are waiting to see who will be our next President, farmers all across Tennessee are taking advantage of the dry...

A Hopeful Outlook

Daniel Greene, CEO of Burley Stabilization Corporation out of Springfield, provides his take on the burley tobacco markets this year.

Our Forests, Our Future

Since 1964, UT's Forest Resources Ag Education and Research Center at Oak Ridge has continued the mission of providing research and educational resources for...

Honoring Those Who Served

Today is a special day - a day of honor for those who served and sacrificed, and to celebrate Veterans Day, we wanted to...

Thanksgiving Ready

If you haven't already, you're probably going to start thinking about your Thanksgiving meal soon, and if you're planning on readying a frozen turkey...

Northeast Tennessee Gets New Congresswoman

Kingsport native Diana Harshbarger is all set to head to Washington in January for the 117th Congress.

New Survey Finds Trusts for Farmers

A recently released survey conducted by the American Farm Bureau suggests that a majority of Americans believe farmers and ranchers are feeding the world...

Tim Phelps, Tennessee Division of Forestry

11-16-20  We discuss burn permits and wildland fire protection with Tim Phelps of the Tennessee Division of Forestry.

Time for Another Vote

Voting is underway across Tennessee and the rest of the country for members for FSA committees that help provide local information to USDA about...

H2-A Stability for Farmers

New data released by the American Farm Bureau Federation shows a recent final rule regarding H-2A wages gives farmers and farm laborers much needed...

Burn Safe Tennessee

Tennessee Division of Forestry officials remind us this time of year just how dangerous wildfires can be.

Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner to Cost Less This Year

The annual Thanksgiving price survey by the American Farm Bureau Federation shows lower prices for a traditional Thanksgiving meal this year.

Thankful for the Ag Industry

As we all take stock of the time we're in, especially this Thanksgiving season, we should all be grateful for the things we sometimes...

Still Thankful

This year has been hard on all of us, but farmers in Tennessee are resilient and are still finding lots to be thankful for...

Celebrating Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving! In a year that has been quite less than normal, it feels good to celebrate what we're thankful for, doesn't it?

Remember to Shop Local

Morgan Flowers and her husband Brian of Flowers Creamery in Giles County are counting on the general public to find their new farm products...

Paying It Forward

We've had Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and tomorrow is Giving Tuesday.

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