Arizona retail food prices at the supermarket were down in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to the latest Arizona Farm Bureau Federation Marketbasket Survey. The informal survey shows the total cost of 16 basic grocery items was $47.07, down $1.65 or about 3 percent less than the third quarter of 2016.
A search is underway for a qualified candidate to serve as the Executive Director to the Arizona Cotton Growers.
Farm families attending the American Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in January in Phoenix may have decided to stay over a few extra days. We've got some travel ideas for you.
If you’ve only got half-a-day to visit Arizona, you’re going to have to really pick and choose what you want to do. First, determine what kind of person you are: A foodie, and adventurer, a kid at heart, or a shopper.
Since you’re here for American Farm Bureau’s Annual Meeting in January and you’ve booked an extra day in Arizona, we’ve got some travel ideas for you!
Arizona Thanksgiving feast this year with all the trimmings will cost $46.27 for an Arizona family of 10 or around $4.63 per person. This is a decrease of $1.56 or about 3 percent less than the 2015 Arizona Thanksgiving meal ($47.83).
Arizona retail food prices at the supermarket were down in the third quarter of 2016, according to the latest Arizona Farm Bureau Federation Marketbasket Survey. The informal survey shows the total cost of 16 basic grocery items was $48.72, down 54 cents or about 1 percent less than the second quarter of 2016.
A Conversation about U.S. Mexico Economic Opportunity and a meeting with our Arizona Governor.
A Conversation with a food industry Executive about GMOs and more.
Conversation with an Economist about Farm Income: George Frisvold
A Conversation about Arizona, the Nutrition State: Shane Burgess
Arizona’s county Farm Bureaus are proud to contribute thousands of dollars every year to students pursuing higher education in agriculture or a related field.
Providing Farm Bureau Members CHOICES for informed Decisions. This is our Spring Summer Special Edition.
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Arizona retail food prices at the supermarket were down in the fourth quarter of 2015, according to the latest Arizona Farm Bureau Federation Marketbasket Survey. The informal survey shows the total cost of 16 basic grocery items was $51.15, down $3.42 or just over 6 percent less than the third quarter of 2015.
A conversation with a vegetarian: Paula Rivadeneira
Arizona retail food prices at the supermarket are up in the third quarter of 2015.
Conversation about Yuma Water: Wade Noble
Conversation with a Water Management Veteran: Lisa Atkins
Conversation about Water Strategy in Pinal County: Bryan Hartman
Conversation about the "Why" of the University of Arizona's Agricultureal Centers
I know why I’m a member of Arizona Farm Bureau: the organization supports our state’s farmers, ranchers and dairy farmers. And, if you’re reading this and you’re a member, you know too. But check out the 29 Arizona agriculture farmers and ranchers and what they say about being a Farm Bureau member.
Arizona Farm Bureau is pleased by the recent announcement of Mark Killian as the new director of Arizona’s Department of Agriculture.
Arizona Farm Bureau is pleased by today’s announcement of Mark Killian as the new director of Arizona’s Department of Agriculture (ADA).
Our Conversation series continues. CEO Jim Uhl shares his thoughts on Arizona growth.
A New Year, a New Beginning. We hear from our legislative leaders.
An organic farmer who supports GMO crops. How can this be?
Penalties run into the thousands of dollars for those found to be abusing the law.
This study serves as a useful tool in understanding exactly what agriculture brings to our state.
One of the greatest resources of this country is our inspiration – an idea every time you turn around.
We have our own brand of wisdom, insights and historical trivia from a few of our own rancher cowboys. I give you 4 here:
As Arizonans sit down at the Thanksgiving table to dig into the traditional feast this year, the turkey dinner with all the trimmings will cost $46.16 for an Arizona family of 10, or around $4.61 per person. This is a decrease of $2.47 or about 5 percent under the 2013 Arizona Thanksgiving meal ($48.63).
The comment deadline has come and gone. Just under a half a million comments were submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency regarding their proposed Waters of the U.S. rule.
One of the greatest resources of this country is our inspiration — an idea every time you turn around.
A frequent shopper at area farmers’ markets, third-generation Phoenix native Janna Anderson saw there was a large demand for urban farmers on a small scale even before the locally-grown movement became trendy. Because of this recognition, Pinnacle Farms was launched on a tiny plot behind the Scottsdale Community College in 2000. This all began to unfold at a time when Anderson was just a semester shy of obtaining her nursing degree. Instead, she dropped out of college, decided to follow her heart, and applied herself to filling this niche food market.
An Arizona rancher shares his concerns with our branding system.
Surprisingly, Arizona Farm Bureau's quarterly marketbasket reported a 3% decrease in food prices.
At a time when overall food prices across the nation have been steadily increasing, Arizona Farm Bureau has some relatively good news. Arizona retail food prices at the supermarket are down in the third quarter of 2014, according to the latest Arizona Farm Bureau Federation Marketbasket Survey. The informal survey shows the total cost of 16 basic grocery items was $50.88, down $1.76 cents or about 3 percent less than the second quarter of 2014.
The Saturday edition of the Wall Street Journal featured an interview article by Kate Bachelder, interviewing Monsanto COO Brett Begemann.
The American Farm Bureau Federation and the Arizona Farm Bureau Federation submitted comments opposing EPA's proposed Worker Protection Standards rule.
No need to reinvent the wheel! One farmer's trick for catching a copper thief.
The main purpose of the Arizona Farm Bureau’s comprehensive Primary Election issue is to provide members with the best information on candidates’ beliefs running for political offices in the 2014 Arizona Primary Election on Tuesday, August 26. The agriculture-focused question is designed to assist Farm Bureau members in making the best, informed decisions in the election regarding primary candidates in competitive races.
Agriculture employers must take careful note of key required safety measures to ensure employees are staying cool despite hot environments. If not, you could be held liable in the event of a heat-related incident.
Arizona, July 1, 2014 – Arizona retail food prices at the supermarket are up in the second quarter of 2014, according to the latest Arizona Farm Bureau Federation Marketbasket Survey. The informal survey shows the total cost of 16 basic grocery items was $52.64, up $.24 cents or about half a percent more than the first quarter of 2014.
Arizona Agriculture interviews a state senator with a strong entreprenueral spirit.
Invested in a vast potash deposit in northern Arizona, the Senator talks about the economic boost this could bring to Arizona agriculture.
This is written “almost” at the end of the legislative session - just a few days to go. There is always some danger in providing a wrap-up, especially if something pops up in the interim. Sometimes the legislature is standing water, sometimes a trickle and sometimes a torrent, but while it is in session, it is real and it is organic, and then it all stops.
Arizona Farm Bureau is proud of our longstanding tradition of providing insurance products and services to our members, and proud to salute our partner, Farm Bureau Financial Services and its property/casualty insurer, Farm Bureau Property & Casualty Insurance Company.