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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program (TAEP
Tennessee farmers and producers have the opportunity to expand their operations, increase farm efficiency, and make positive economic impact in their communities with the Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program (TAEP). The 2018 TAEP application period is Oct. 1 - 15. The program provids cost share dollars to agricultural producers for the purpose of making long-term investments in Tennessee farms and communities. Agriculture Commissioner Jai Templeton says "Each TAEP dollar generates nearly $4 in the local economy, and continues to strengthen our state's number one industry." Producers can apply for a variety of programs and qualify for up to 50 percent cost share for livestock equipment, genetics, hay storage, livestock solutions and grain storage. In addition, farmers can be assisted with investments in agritourism, fruits and vegetables, honey bees, horticulture, organics, value-added products and commercial poultry. Producers are encouraged to work with their local extension agent to complete the application. For more information about the program and for an application, visit www.TN.gov/taep or call 1-800-342-8206.

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