Big Farms Draw Property Tax Break From Tennessee Lawmakers

The 2024 Legislative Session Turned Out To Be A Banner Year For Tennessee’s Largest Corporations And Biggest Farmers With A Measure That Critics Call ‘A Tax Break For Millionaires.’

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Bill To Protect Tennessee Farmers From Being Compelled To Vaccinate Livestock Moves To Full Committee

This Week In The Tennessee House Agriculture And Natural Resources Subcommittee, A Bill That Will Prevent The State From Compelling Those Who Raise Livestock From Being Forced To Vaccinate Their Animals Passed And Is Now Headed To Full Committee.

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Bill That Will Protect Tennessee Farmers From Being Compelled To Vaccinate Livestock To Be Heard In Committees

This Week, A Bill That Will Protect Farmers In Tennessee From Being Compelled To Vaccinate Their Animals Under Orders From State Agriculture Authorities Is Being Presented In Committees In Both The House And Senate.

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National Defense: A “Deere” John Letter from America’s Farmers?

America Is Under Siege! One Area Where Little “Dot Connecting” Seems To Be Being Done Concerns Our Open Border And Domestic Agriculture.

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TN Attorney General & 26 AGs Urge U.S. Congress To Support Right-To-Repair Law

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Along With 26 Other State Attorneys General Are Asking Congress To Pass Right-To-Repair Legislation That They Say Will Protect Consumers, Farmers And Small Businesses As Inflation Increases.

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7th Generation Farmer Reaches Out To Community To Prevent Eminent Domain Grab Of TN Family Farm

On Christmas Day, A Seventh Generation Farmer Reached Out To Community Members Via Social Media Pleading For Support For His Family’s Farm In Mount Juliet, TN. The Farm Is One Of Three Family Owned Farms In The Area Being Threatened By An Eminent Domain Grab If The City’s Commission Votes To Approve A North To South Bypass Proposal Running Through Privately Owned Farm Land.

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Agriculture Researcher Predicts ‘Perfect Storm’ For High Grocery Prices Nationwide

The Cost Of Farming Will Remain Volatile Next Year, And High Grocery Prices With It, According To A University Of Missouri Research Associate For The Food And Agricultural Policy Research Institute.

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