Tennessee Soybean shared Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation's post. ... See MoreSee Less
As school is winding down all across Tennessee, we thank all the teachers, aides and volunteers who helped make student success possible over the past year...Did you know our Tennessee Agriculture in the Classroom helped 57 counties across the state bring agriculture to life for students, parents and teachers? #MembershipMatters #FBProud
“The scenes portrayed in this video will hit close to home for consumers because it’s what we all experience every day at the grocery store. It’s gotten ridiculous out there, and it’s time for food companies to stop trying to hype their products with meaningless distinctions."
Are you at least 18 years old & interested in learning more about #advocacy and #policy issues that impact U.S. #soybean #farmers and career opportunities in Washington, D.C? Applications are due June 1 for Ag Voices of the Future: ow.ly/JNar30jGVA7 Valent USA
This week is going to be beautiful! Our farmers will FINALLY get to be in the field so that means lots of farm equipment on the road. Be mindful, be safe, and share the road! #plant18 ... See MoreSee Less
Are you at least 18 years old & interested in learning more about #advocacy and policy issues that impact U.S. soybean farmers and career opportunities in Washington, D.C? Apply now for Ag Voices of the Future: ow.ly/JNar30jGVA7
Soybean exports to China could drop dramatically if China chooses to impose a 25 percent tariff on U.S. soy. According to a Purdue University study, China’s soy imports from the U.S. would fall by 65%, & total U.S. soy exports would drop by 37% #RethinkTheTariffs @PurdueAgEcon