After serving as a county commissioner, Charles Shorts ventured into agritourism and has joined and fully embraced the ag community.
Without agriculture and farmers, our nation would starve and our economy would struggle. Often, consumers think of overalls, straw hats
We’re on the hunt for the best farm dogs around! We want to see your good ole boys and girls who help out around the farm and give them the spotlight.
Social media presents opportunities for agriculture – and young farmers are leading the charge, using platforms to educate, promote and push for policy.
Mental health is especially important for farmers and others in the ag industry, when trying times add stressors – but resources are available.
Fourth-generation farmer Primus Wheeler raises cattle, hogs, goats and several crops with his wife on Jubilee Ranch in Jackson.
Senator Tyler McCaughn gives advice for young people who want to be agricultural leaders.
The Rolling Fork-based Carter family remains devoted to their agricultural roots through the years while adapting some new practices.
In an evolving industry, who holds the future? Young farmers and ranchers carry on the good work of agriculture into the next generation.
A farmer answers a question about why it is important for members to attend Farm Bureau sponsors events, like annual conventions.