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Coffee-Grundy County Cattlemen’s Association Annual Meeting to be Held Jan 11 | Local news



The Annual Meeting of the Coffee / Grundy County Cattlemen’s Association will be held on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 from 6 pm at the Coffee County Farm Bureau Building, located at 225 E. Main St., Manchester, TN 37355. A sponsored beef meal will be provided. A program will be led by John Houston on the all new ProTrition Feed, a joint venture of Tennessee Farmer’s Cooperative (TFC) and Purina Animal Nutrition. The Coffee-Grundy County Cattlemen’s Association will hold its annual business meeting which will include a report on the past year, making plans for the coming year and electing new directors.

All beef producers are welcome to come out, join the Coffee-Grundy Cattlemen’s Association, enjoy a great meal and learn more about what’s going on in the beef industry. Please RSVP by emailing me at [email protected] or calling our UT-TSU – Coffee County extension office at (931) 723-5141 on Friday January 7th.

Middle Tennessee Cereal Conference Tuesday February 1

The Middle Tennessee Grain Conference will be held on Tuesday, February 1 at the University of Tennessee Space Institute. An exceptional program is preparing! Mark this date on your calendar. We are currently seeking sponsors for the Middle Tennessee Grain Conference 2022. Your company can be a sponsor, be listed in the program, and set up a promotional display at the conference for a $ 150 sponsorship contribution. If you would like to be a sponsor, call UT-TSU Extension-Coffee County at 931-723-5141.

Many of you may have bought poinsettias for Christmas decorations or you may have received one as a Christmas present. Contrary to popular belief, poinsettias are not poisonous. They also don’t need a lot of care to stay on long enough after the holidays. It may have taken several months of special care to produce your Christmas poinsettia, but you will need to give it very little care to keep it looking great. The most important thing to remember about poinsettias is that they are semi-tropical plants.

Wrap poinsettias in a protective pouch whenever you transport them outside when the temperature is 50 degrees F or below. Once inside, do not place them in a place that receives a cold draft, such as near a window or near a door that opens often. High temperatures are just as damaging. Do not place the poinsettia on the TV or in front of a hot air vent. Poinsettias don’t require direct light, but place them where they will receive some light. Water the plant when the soil feels dry to the touch. Water thoroughly, making sure the soil is watered throughout. You don’t need to fertilize the plant during the holidays. Once the poinsettia begins to lose its appeal after the holidays, the best bet is to throw it away. Other plants make houseplants more attractive.