This issue is our election issue and we talk about hunger in Arizona.
This issue we go to Arizona wine country and discover how our wine grape growers are crushing it!
In this issue, we discuss Food Safety's Farm to Food Continuum with a food safety expert.
This issue we discuss Arizona's local markets with Kimber Lanning
Top Story: A conversation about Arizona's Top Agriculture Commodity: Beef
A conversation about Pesticide Use in Agriculture
A conversation about Amazon's Big Food Move: One Rancher's Perspective
A conversation with a cotton farmer about water in the west.
A conversation about millennials ready to be builders: Vance Crowe
A conversation with a Financial guru: Jim Manos; Celebrating AgFest with our Leaders and Legislators
A Conversation about the Exciting World of Science and Discovery
A Conversation with a Farm Bureau Leaders: Sherry Saylor
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
A conversation with a vegetarian: Paula Rivadeneira
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
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?
An Arizona rancher shares his concerns with our branding system.
Arizona Agriculture interviews a state senator with a strong entreprenueral spirit.
A Conversatio with a water expert and Arizona's future water potential; our trip to San Antonio; and "Big Organic!"
We begin the New Year with commentary by our legislative leaders!
The October Arizona Agriculture issue included a conversation with Grady Gammage, Jr., the cost of labor, preserving our land and more.
The September 2013 issue covered the beef industry, farm succession plans and more.
The August 2013 issue features a "Conversation" article with one of our organic, retail farmers and much more!!!
The July 2013 issue covered future development in Arizona on farmland, preserving our land, Charity dollars for Ag Education and More.
The Hot Topic on the Horizon: GMO LabelingYou Don't Get Off The Hook That Easily!Food Prices Then; Food Prices NowView File...
Propositions you'll find on the November BallotCelebrating the CentennialAITC brings Ag Camp and Merchandise to Annual MeetingView File...
A Flood of Water Regulations, Even in a DroughtProperty Rights and the Paradox of PowerIt Does MatterView File...
Five Success Strategies to Succession PlanningA Destiny Fit for a KingDon't Miss Out on Your County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting!View File...
The War on Western PowerWest Pinal County Officially Designated as a Non-attainment Area for PM10Attention: Jungle Primaries May be Coming to a State Near YouView File...
Celebrating the CentennialOur Women of Integrity and Quiet AuthorityA Civics Refresher on Primary ElectionsView File...
Interview with USDA's Deputy Secretary Kathleen MerriganOur Rotenone Round-UpIn the End, A Successful Legislative SessionView File...
More and More Farmers Connect with Consumers OnlineU.S. Supreme Court Again Clarifies Streambed OwnershipA Double Dose of BenefitsView File...
There Are Strong Signals for Arizona AgricultureThe Essential Need for Immigrant LaborFarmers Can Prevent Hearing Loss, Skin CancerView File...
The Arizona Dairy Industry Returns from the Precipice to Lead!The Man from Gila RiverArizona Farmers & Ranchers Must Learn to Talk Consumer's LanguageView File...
Legislative Leadership Establishes Their 2012 PrioritiesWhere Have All The Arizona Apples Gone?!The Best in Arizona Agriculture CelebratedView File...
Issues on the ForefrontFarm Bureau Leaders Witness DC GridlockCountryside Grassroots Works!View File...
Meet Your New Dean of the College of Agriculture & Life SciencesBut Isn’t All Farming Organic?Getting the Most out of Farm Bureau’s Annual ConventionView File...
Beef Industry Survives Challenges while Markets and Beef Prices ImproveFood Contaminants Really Don’t Care Whether Food is OrganicAITC’s Volunteers come from the Most Obvious PlacesView File...
The Economics of Farming in our Current Economic Times Forest Health Cannot Take a Back Seat! Is This a Deal Made in Heaven, Or Hell?View File...
Farmers Helping Ranchers While Wildfres Rage Congress to Consider Mandating E-Verify A Lesson In Organizational CommunicationView File...
Pending Trade Agreements Could Bring Millions of Dollars to Arizona’s Economy Sine Die is Just the Beginning The Surprising History of the Secret BallotView File...
Food Safety Begins with You Perceptions Have Changed Agriculture: A Growing StoryView File...
Troubled Waters State Legislation on the 14th Amendment Won’t change a Thing Kyl's Replacement must be a Problem SolverView File...
Big Ag Number Means Big Productivity Gains in Arizona Agriculture Arizona Agriculture: A Snapshot Farmers Can Prevent Hearing Loss, Skin CancerView File...
Is King Cotton Back? Now that the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act has Passed... You Make Feeding the State's Hungry PossibleView File...
Legislative Leadership Establishes Their 2011 Priorities Arizona Farm Bureau’s Legislative Docket for 2011 As a Guest in the Supreme Court, I Couldn’t Help Think we are All Winners to Be Living in this CountryView File...
EPA Oil Spill Regulations Mean More Costs Get a Visual on Arizona Agriculture Young Farmers and Ranchers, We’ve Got Lots Going On. Join Us!View File...
Meet a Momma Bear on the Border Propositions you’ll fnd on the November Ballot It’s Time to Get Back to Constitutional Basics!View File...
Beef is Back! Food Safety in Animal Agriculture Getting a Producer-Driven Boost AITC’s Volunteers come from the Most Obvious PlacesView File...
From Field to Fork: Food Safety a Priority for Arizona Growers and Shippers Insightful Summer Reading We Feed, We Clothe and We Rise to What We Must DoView File...
Growing for the Local Market Continued Litigation on Public Lands Could Mean an End to Grazing SCF Introduces more Savings for Arizona BusinessesView File...
Border Security Dominates D.C. Discussion The Legislature has Adjourned; Everyone Needs to Take a Deep Breath In this Election Year, Consider Arizona’s Amazing RacesView File...
The Impact of the EPA’s Endangerment Finding to Agriculture Arizona Agriculture Community Feels Pain of Krentz Family Loss Corporate Environmentalism is Generating Big GreenView File...
Imagining Arizona Agriculture in the Next 20 Years The Three-Legged Stool Becomes Unstable Budget Cuts could put Our Food Safety at RiskView File...
“Ag”vocating in 2010 Animal Agriculture and Responsible Antibiotic Use County Corner Q&A: NavajoView File...
A Professor, a Farmer and an Extension Agent Arizona Farm Bureau Reaches the Pinnacle A Positive Slant on RegulationView File...
Legislative Leadership Establishes Their 2010 Priorities Farm Bureau Leadership Prepared for 2010 Local Government Challenges in the Wake of State Budget WoesView File...
The Governor’s Office and the NBA Comes to the 88th Annual Meeting Annual Convention Highlights Farmers Standing Strong in Uncertain Times Young Agriculturalists Gather to Compete, Learn and SocializeView File...
Issues on the Forefront Encounter With A Humanitarian AITC Is In High CottonView File...
Feeling the Squeeze? High Costs and Depressed Prices Drive Net Farm Income to Fall by Billions Farm Bureau Youths Head for National FFA Competition Opportunities Await YF&R MembersView File...
Passing Climate Change Bill Would Be the Height of Folly Agriculture on Tribal Lands: What the USDA Numbers Tell Us YF&R Members… It’s Time to Demonstrate Your SkillsView File...
Arizona Beef Market Looking For Rain During a Very Dry Spell 2009 Legislative Wrap-Up AITC Begins New Year with New CurriculumView File...
Ensuring Safety in the Food Chain Local Police Coordinate with Farmers to Fight Rash of Hay Thefts America’s Heartland is Changing the Public’s Hearts and Minds for the BetterView File...
Carbon Becomes a Crop for Some; But A Cash Crop? Elections Matter Arizona’s Own Ana Kennedy Becomes Part of American Farm Bureau’s 5th Leader ClassView File...
Arizona’s Livestock and Crop Agriculture One Bad Apple – or Rather Peanut – Can Spoil the Whole Bunch Farm Machinery Safety and Your Bottom LineView File...
A Review of Last Year’s Agriculture Commodities Draws Some Insights The “Owner Approach” Will Help You Weather the Credit Crisis and Downturn Spirit of Optimism Buoys Young Farmers, RanchersView File...
Arizona Agriculture by the Numbers Sonoran Desert Tortoise Next in Line to Disrupt Arizona Agriculture Managing a Strong Business in a Weak EconomyView File...
The Economics of Farming in our Current Economic Times: It’s Not a Chicken Little Period There’s Proof! Agriculture Taught in the Classroom Improves Test Scores You Think You Can? Then You CanView File...
Legislative Leadership Establishes Their 2009 Priorities Prosperity in Farm and Ranch Country The Best in Arizona Agriculture CelebratedView File...