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.
Cotton is big business in Mississippi, ranking third in the United States for production, which are grown on 780 Mississippi farms.
Dirt, an illustrated children’s book published by National Geographic Kids, is the MFBF’s State Women Leadership Committee’s 2020 Book of the Year.
Learn about the different types of wheat grown in Mississippi and quantity and production value of that wheat.
As consumers continue to buy and eat more sweet potatoes, Mississippi sweet potato farms expand to meet demand.
Poplarville-based JD Farms expanded their operations from growing blueberries to include growing tea as well.
Peanuts create additional income for Mississippi growers – but growing them isn’t for the faint of heart.
Find five interesting farm facts about peanuts in Mississippi.
Mississippi agriculture was extremely important to the state in 2017.
Luis Monterde has been instrumental to Mississippi’s blueberry industry.