Despite negative perception, millennials bring much to the table, including prioritizing conservation and sustainability.
Students in the ag program plant and harvest their own sorghum, then process and sell it, among other agricultural endeavors.
Meet Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation’s Membership Clerk, Cindy Lavender.
Learn more about MSFB staff member Kristie Droge.
Restorative riding programs give a new lease on life for certain Mississippi residents.
The GRAMMY Museum® in Cleveland celebrates the music behind the iconic award.
Take these tips with you when you visit one of Mississippi’s many farmers markets.
The A.F. Carraway Store is one of the few old country stores still in operation in the state.
The hand on top of First Presbyterian Church of Port Gibson has been restored.
Neshoba County beef cattle and dairy farmer Marlo Beason has been named the 2017 Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) Farm