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Tennessee AgrAbility Program 
Veterans with past war injuries or disabilities, who are also farmers, are receiving help from a UT Extension program to help them make a living in agriculture.



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Tennessee AgrAbility 
Living with a disability can be challenging, but imagine the difficulty if you’re a farmer. Now there’s a program to help disabled producers with their equipment, farm management, and overall outlook.


 

Recent Publications

Rehabilitation of Equine Ligament and Tendon Injuries.  Adair, III, H. S.  2014.  Proceedings 2014 Purina Equine Veterinary Conference, St. Louis, MO: October 2014.

Wild Grapevine Management; Stump Sprouts; Wounding and Hardwood Diseases; Tree Injuries from Logging.  Clatterbuck, W. K.  2011.  FWF Update Extension Newsletter.

Understanding surface related injuries.  Thoms, A.W., J. T. Brosnan, and J. C. Sorochan.  2010.  Tennessee Turfgrass Magazine. August/September 2010. pp. 14-18.

Understanding surface related injuries.  Thoms, A.W., J. T. Brosnan, and J. C. Sorochan.  2010.  Tennessee Coach. Spring 2010. p. 8-9.