The Middle Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center conducts both research and demonstration trials that provide solutions and education to our community, state, and nation’s agricultural producers and the many non-agricultural producing public that rely on our industry for a safe and economical food supply, fiber, and more.
This Middle Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center is located in beautiful Spring Hill, Tennessee, and maintains a diversity of resources and opportunities for UTIA researchers and educators. The Center enjoys the presence and a cooperative working relationship with a number of different departments and faculty at the University of Tennessee.
The Beef Cattle and Forage Crops Field Day is scheduled for September 23, 2022 beginning at 8:30a.m. (CDT)
We would like to welcome Claire Hunkler to our Middle Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center Team!
Early studies at the Center helped bring mechanical harvesting of green beans to Tennessee.
UT AgResearch is currently researching hemp production and utilization, including variety trials, fertility requirements, and pest management.