Tennessee sheep production is growing within the state.
Celebrate July Beef Month in Tennessee with a savory grilled steak or juicy hamburger.
See fun facts about Tennessee’s dairy industry for National Dairy Month in June.
The Clements family raises chickens, pigs, sheep and young farmers.
Far from the North Pole, you can find reindeer in Middle Tennessee thanks to Santa’s Reindeer Tours.
Find creative, handmade wool gifts from Good Wool Etc.
Watch a sheep shearing video of renowned sheep shearer Doug Rathke sharing his techniques at the annual Tennessee Sheep Shearing School held at MTSU.
You certainly can’t milk a steer. But you can learn more about Milking Devon steers at the Nashville Zoo’s heritage breed farm, where two steers named Tipton and Boone graze in a pasture.
Tennessee’s Hatcher family finds a way to keep its dairying dreams alive.
The upside of raising backyard chickens flies far beyond a guaranteed breakfast.
Q&A with a livestock farmer who serves as executive director of the Farm Animal Care Coalition of Tennessee.
KLD Farms in Petway offers fresh, all-natural, local meats with options of steaks, roasts, hamburger and more.
When it comes to sheep, Reyes Rich isn’t your typical Bo Peep. He and his family run the sixth generation of Ginny Ridge Farms, which includes beef cattle, broiler chickens, goats and sheep. He raises more than 100 Suffolk, Hampshire and crossbred hair sheep ewes (female sheep).
June Dairy Month has been keeping the importance of drinking milk and other dairy products in the forefront of people’s minds for 75 years.
Did you know that a mule is a cross between a female horse and a male donkey (or “jack”)? Here are a few more fun facts about these unusual farm animals.
Don’t let the unassuming name fool you; if you happen to be a donkey, a mule or a person who loves them, Lake Nowhere in Martin is a happening place.
Calling all ice cream fans! Mark your calendar for the fourth annual National Moofest Dairy Festival in downtown Athens June 4 and 5, 2011.
Beverly Hall of Baxter has been named AG CONNECT Expo “Ag Woman of the Year.”
Sixth-generation East Tennessee dairy farmer
Carr’s Wild Horse and Burro Adoption Center has helped animals from the West find a home in the Southeast and beyond for more than 30 years.
White County farmers emphasize the importance of animal care and food safety.
Beef up your knowledge with these facts on the cattle industry, the largest segment of American agriculture.
What’s the difference between a broiler and a fryer? We have the answer to this and other farm facts about chickens and poultry.
Farm facts about milk and other dairy products, cows and dairy farms.