Tennessee agriculture license plate marks 20th anniversary

MADISON COUNTY, Tenn. — A license plate unique to Tennessee celebrates a milestone.

Tennessee Agriculture license plateThe Tennessee agriculture tag, known by its little red barn, was released by the state in September 1996, making it 20 years old this month.

Since being introduced to drivers, it has generated more than $5.4 million for the Tennessee agricultural community.

“On the agricultural plate, the revenue goes to the Tennessee Department of Agriculture for education awareness of agriculture programs,” Madison County Clerk Fred Birmingham said.

The plate costs an extra $35 per year.

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