‘Farm Watch’ program explained

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department teamed up with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s Crime Unit and Jefferson Farmers Cooperative Saturday to enlighten farmers about the importance of registering their farm equipment with Farm Watch – a program operated by the Sheriff’s Department. Mike Hammer (left) asks Deputy Andrew Miller (seated, right) what can be registered with Farm Watch, as Department of Agriculture Crime Unit Special Agent Raymond Raper watches. Officers emphasized having a well-lit area around equipment and buildings, and having chip tags for animals. Those who missed Saturday’s event can contact the Sheriffs office for information registering. – STEVEN LLOYD | THE STANDARD BANNER

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