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Spreading efficiency There had to be a better way. Officials with Consolidated Utility District of Rutherford County (CUDRC) were seeking a solution to improve the efficiency of transporting “sludge,” a carbon-rich naturStory by Chris Villines, photos by Sarah Geyer and Chris Villines
Roadmap to success For more than 100 years, 4-H has welcomed young people into their organization with the goal of helping them navigate their own roadmap to success. One prime example of a student doing just that is LiStory and photos by: Allison Parker
‘Just One’ experience The 2019 National FFA theme “Just One” challenges members, supporters, and alumni to reflect on how their individual experience in FFA has changed their life. “My FFA experience has been packed full Story and photos by: Allison Parker
Own grown McMinn County Schools has a unique farm-to-school program. Their students aren’t just the consumers of farm-fresh pork and beef; they’re also the producers. Ag students at McMinn Central High School Story by: Sarah Geyer
Deer dilemma Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) officials have announced new management measures to help prevent the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in Tennessee’s wild deer and elk population. CWStory by: Glen Liford
Industry in focus Bill Lee propped his foot up on a log, put on his chaps and trusty 4-H cap, grabbed one end of a cross-cut saw, and got to work. But Tennessee’s governor wasn’t at his Williamson County farm. He was Story and photos by: Chris Villines
Hatcher off and running How’s this for an agricultural resume? Tenth-generation American farmer. Fifth-generation Tennessee farmer whose family runs a successful dairy. A veterinarian for more than 30 years and State VeterinStory and photos by: Chris Villines
Volunteering advice Get out of middle or high school classes early. Check. Travel to the University of Tennessee-Knoxville campus and tour Neyland Stadium. Check. Hear timely advice from respected professionals in agriStory and photos by: Chris Villines
Vintage iron The featured highlight of the 25th annual Appalachian Antique Farm Show and Farmer’s Reunion was “Gathering of the Orange,” presented by the Tri-State Antique Power Association, at the Appalachian FaiStory and photos by: Glen Liford
Force field for flies April signifies the start of spring and all the good things that come with it — longer days, warmer weather, flowers in bloom, etc. But for many cattle producers, spring also marks an unwelcome eventStory and photos by: Chris Villines

 
 
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