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Staff Spotlight Angela Ellis

Staff Member Spotlight: Angela Ellis

Meet Angela Ellis, a staff member with 32 years of experience in multiple positions within the Mississippi Farm Bureau family.

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How to Grow Container Herbs Indoors

Contain your herbs, not your excitement – here is an excellent guide to get you started on your herb-growing journey, all from the inside of your home.

Ask a Farmer – McCaughn

Ask a Farmer: Advice for Young People

Senator Tyler McCaughn gives advice for young people who want to be agricultural leaders.

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The Faces Behind Mississippi Stockyards

Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of three Mississippi cattle stockyards and hear the stories of the people and families who run them.

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Staying Safe Despite the Unpredictable

Amidst the ups and downs that the world throws at us, it’s important to prioritize safety, like driving safely and keeping on top of mental health.

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Carter Cousins Continue Family Legacy

The Rolling Fork-based Carter family remains devoted to their agricultural roots through the years while adapting some new practices.

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Mississippi Farmers are Fighting the Good Fight

In an evolving industry, who holds the future? Young farmers and ranchers carry on the good work of agriculture into the next generation.

The Road to a Bright Future for Mississippi Agriculture

Trade, transportation, and deregulation are vital and essential components of a brighter future for Mississippi agriculture.

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Why Attend Farm Bureau Events?

A farmer answers a question about why it is important for members to attend Farm Bureau sponsors events, like annual conventions.

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Farm Facts: Cotton

Cotton is big business in Mississippi, ranking third in the United States for production, which are grown on 780 Mississippi farms.