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Agriculture remains king of state’s economy

Agriculture remains the number one industry in Mississippi with one out of every four residents employed directly or indirectly in that industry. In terms of the state’s best cash crop economically, the production of chickens and eggs is our number one commodity, with soybeans at number two and forestry at number three. “Our economy is […] [...]

Our homegrown commodity

Aside from politics and sports talk, there is little question that the conversation in Mississippi always comes back to food and where to get a taste of some homegrown country goodness. Mouth-watering fresh fruits and vegetables are produced abundantly in a state known first and foremost for agriculture and one has to look no further […] [...]

Agri-tainment

It’s not new, but it’s saving the farm for owners after a disastrous 2009 There is a segment of the Mississippi farming community that is suffering from severe drought, and they couldn’t be happier. Last year, farms that offer “agri-entertainment” — off-season, non-farm revenue-generators such as hayrides, farm demonstrations and petting zoos — took a […] [...]

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