Agriculture Innovation: Tennessee student wins awards for ‘Tire Lock’

Agriculture innovation by younger generations is key to keeping the industry going and pushing it forward.

We are highlighting a Tennessee middle schooler who won two national awards for an invention he created that can help farmers.

Anderson Fortner spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander about his “Tire Lock” invention, how he came up with the idea, and he even demonstrated how it works.


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