Brings educational programs and research-based information to Tennesseans working with local governments, community leaders, families, and individuals to address issues that help improve people's lives.
For specific questions related to your local forages or livestock; please contact your county local Extension office.
Promotes with applied research programs helping the agricultural, forest, and ornamental industries to be more efficient, improve the quality of rural life, and conserve soil, water, air, and wildlife.
Animal Science is a diverse and fascinating blend of applied and basic life sciences, ultimately focused on enhancing the efficiency, profitability and sustainability of the domestic animal industries.
The mission of the Agricultural and Resource Economics Program is to provide leadership for developing, delivering, and evaluating current and relevant agricultural economics and resource development educational programs for decision makers. Our vision is for Tennesseans to improve their knowledge, understanding, and application of economics to agricultural and rural issues.
Enabling producers and land managers with a background for effectively establish and manage native grasslands.
Research includes natives forage production, biofuels production, and restoration of native grassland communities.
Provides educational programming and technical assistance to Tennessee Farmers interested in a value-added enterprise to improve farm income. Evaluating the costs of starting a new enterprise, navigating regulatory issues and identifying a potential market are some of the many challenges farmers may face when considering a value-added enterprise.
Is an association of commercial laboratories, universities, government groups, plant research entities, and instrument companies that collaborate together to unify knowledge, accuracy, and application of NIRS technology.