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Enough to excel Something was missing. John Chester had graduated from the University of Tennessee-Martin in 2000, been offered the opportunity — which he accepted — to stay in town and help manage more than 5,000 acStory and photos by Chris Villines
Seeing potential yield Each year, most farmers’ main goals are to increase yields and profits, and precision ag technology has played a key role in helping those producers identify bushel-gaining opportunities. While technBy Sarah Geyer
From item choice to installation Nearly 6,000 Tennessee farmers have been chosen to participate in the 2018 Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program (TAEP). These farmers have received approval to receive cost-share funds for nearlStory by Sarah Geyer; photos by Sarah Geyer, Glen Liford, and Chris Villines
Winning ways Three years ago this March, Karl and Jean Herman relocated their six-year-old Boer goat business to a 50-acre farm in Savannah, Tennessee. Even though the couple’s award-winning goats were born and raStory and photos by Sarah Geyer
Giving his all for Co-op When Fred Brewster accepted Tennessee Farmers Cooperative’s highest honor — the James B. Walker Cooperative Spirit Award — at the Co-op 2017 Annual Meeting on Monday, Nov. 27, his emotional acceptanceBy Glen Liford
Thompson elected chairman, Sarten vice chair To lead Tennessee Farmers Cooperative’s board of directors in 2018, Mark Thompson of Cumberland Gap has been selected to serve as chairman and David Sarten of Sevierville has been chosen as vice c 

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