I’m sure most everyone is familiar with the feeling you get after that last forkful of Thanksgiving dinner. The contents of those tines that you place in your mouth knowing it’s at least one, two or three past the last bite you should have taken.
Since this project began, people have offered us suggestions on where to visit through e-mail, cellphone calls, text messages, while in line at the grocery store, at work, sporting events and many other places.
The University of Tennessee Extension is promoting a new education campaign designed by the Federal Trade Commission to enlist people over 65 in the effort to recognize and report frauds and scams called Pass It On.
Anaplasmosis is a disease in cattle caused by the rickettsial organism Anaplasma marginale. The disease is commonly found in the Southeastern United States including Tennessee. It is known to cause significant economic losses to the beef and dairy industries. There have been increased reports of the disease in recent years and veterinarians in Wilson County have reported recent confirmed cases.
Grazers, forage producers and livestock producers should make your plans to attend the 2015 Tennessee Forage and Grasslands annual meeting to be held Nov. 6 at the Ed Jones Auditorium at the Ellington Agricultural Center in Nashville. This is an opportunity to get up-to-date information on forage production.
The University of Tennessee Extension is promoting a new education campaign designed by the Federal Trade Commission to enlist people older than 65 to recognize and report frauds and scams called Pass It On.