Arizona Farm Bureau Live Virtual Tours
Each month students, teachers, parents, and really anyone else who want to tune in, can take a virtual tour of Arizona's divers agriculture industry. Take a ride in a tractor, walk through acres of greenhouses, hang out in a bee apiary, check out an Arizona cactus farm and more! Tours will last 45-minutes and will be recorded for viewing later as well. Check back shortly to learn how to join us for these one of a kind tours!
RIVERVIEW DAIRY August 11th
ARIZONA QUEEN BEE September 15th
MORTIMER FARMS October 14th
COTTON FARM & GIN November 17th
YUMA LETTUCE FARM December 9th
CATTLE & CACTUS January 5th
ARIZONA WHEAT February 16th
Bayer Marana Greenhouse March 4th
AZGFD Hatchery April 6th More Detailed PowerPoint
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Discovery Channel's How it is Made
Hickman's Family Farms
Hickman's Family Farms is Arizona's only egg producer with chickens and a USDA-inspected processing plant. Hickman's has provided fresh eggs since 1944. Hickman's Hen Houses can be found in Glendale, Maricopa and Buckeye.
Dobson Family Sheep Drive
Ever wonder how this family moves their sheep from winter pastures in the valley to summer pastures in the high country? Take a look to see how this historic sheep trail is still being used today.
City Slickers: The Udder Story
Just like we take advantage of new technologies, no longer cary the big brick phones but instead take advantage of the 4g-fit-in-your-pocket style, agriculture also continues to integrate new technologies. Take a look at this Arizona Dairy and see how technology has allowed the dairy industry to ggrid-x.
Find out what Arizona Ranchers are doing to survive in a difficult industry.
Arizona Nuts and Wine
See how an Arizona Farmer and his wife have planted 62,000 pecan trees and 5 varieties of grapes.
Yuma Arizona Produce
Discover the salad bowl of Arizona, Yuma!
High Tech Farming
Learn how and why agriculture today is changing
Sustainable Cotton Farming
Do you want to see more videos about Arizona Agriculture? Do you want to meet more of Arizona's farmers, ranchers and dairymen? Click HERE