The Agricultural Extension Service and Henry County Livestock Association have compiled this hay and grain referral to assist local farmers.
Mowing or bushhogging can be devastating to many Tennessee wildlife species that nest in fields at this time of year, which include white-tailed deer, bobwhite quail, cottontail rabbits, wild turkey, and ground-nesting songbirds, such as eastern meadowlark.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how the world is doing business and presenting education, and the Milan No-Till Crop Production Field Day is no exception.
Pivoting to online delivery continues for University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture summer field days, with the Green Industry Field Day scheduled for Tuesday going virtual.
The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture’s Summer Celebration Lawn and Garden Show has been postponed until Oct. 1. The annual gardening event, which takes place at the West Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center in Jackson, was previously scheduled for July 9, but will be del…
The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture is beginning a new digital learning series titled Tennessee Turf Tuesday. The free series will consist of a live webinar on the first Tuesday of each month from May through October, with each session focusing on a different area of turf ma…
Springtime in Tennessee often comes with severe weather that can cause property damage. University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture professor Chris Graves advises following common sense safety practices while cleaning debris.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an effect on nearly every area of daily life, and dairy farmers across Tennessee and the nation are not immune to the ramifications of the coronavirus.
Most of the country is sequestered in their homes to flatten the COVID-19 curve and protect communities. This phenomenon has produced many hilarious social media posts from parents attempting to homeschool their children and from people who are stress-eating their entire COVID-19 grocery runs.
It was too bad for Julius Caesar that he lived and died centuries before William Shakespeare. The bard used the line “Beware the Ides of March” in his famous play on said Caesar’s life and death.
Cotton producers and agricultural industry professionals can learn about the latest cotton research at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture’s annual cotton focus meeting on Feb. 13.
Informative presentations, an extensive trade show and an opportunity to network with some of the leaders in corn and soybean production are all on the agenda for the 2020 West Tennessee Grain and Soybean Producers Conference.
Our world is changing, faster than we would like sometimes. Words like green, sustainable, carbon footprint and recycle have become everyday conversation. Gardening can go a long way in making a difference for us, and for future generations.
The Western Region 4-H All-Star Fall Retreat was held at the Montgomery Bell State Park Nov. 8-10. More than 80 students from across the region attended the event, named after the competition show, “Nailed It.”
Henry County 4-H livestock judging teams competed at the regional contest on Nov. 14 at the Triple P Arena in Decaturville. Sixteen local students competed against 215 participants from across the western region, with a sweep for first- and second-place teams in the junior high division.
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