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2020 Arizona Farm Bureau Hybrid Annual Meeting Delegate Session - Registration Now Open

9/4/2020

Please join us for our 99th Annual Meeting Delegate Session on November 12, 2020. This one day session to set Farm Bureau policy can be attended virtually or in-person.

The Most Important Election of Your Lifetime (For Real This Time)

9/3/2020

There are many reasons this election holds so much weight.

AgPAC Announces Endorsements for 2020 General Election

9/3/2020

Arizona's Agricultural Political Action Committee has announced who it will endorse in the upcoming election.

How Arizona’s Dairy Farms, Food Banks and Schools Work Together in Response to COVID-19

9/2/2020

Today’s webinar, hosted by Arizona Farm Bureau Federation, Local First Arizona and Squire Patton Boggs, allowed participants to peer into the food supply chain from a very unique and important perspective: dairy, food banks and our schools.

We ACEed It!

9/2/2020

Annually for the past few years we’ve been sharing your ACEs: Advocacy, Communication and Education.

How the Food Supply Chain Survived the Early Days of the 2020 Pandemic

8/19/2020

Talented people working up and down the supply chain found creative solutions to keep meat -and other consumer goods - available to consumers when panic buying hit its peak in the early days of the pandemic.

USDA Announces New Eligible Commodities and Extended Deadline for COVID Relief

8/11/2020

USDA has made its final amendment to the first round of CFAP payments.

COVID-19 is Nothing to Sneeze At

8/4/2020

In these times of the pandemic and economic challenges, it is comforting to remember and recite the Serenity Prayer.

Senate GOP Unveils $20B Coronavirus Relief Package for Agriculture

7/28/2020

Senate Republicans have released a Coronavirus relief package that would give the USDA an additional $20 billion to aid in relief for agricultural producers.

Mystery Seeds Not Fake News: Here’s What to Do

7/28/2020

While we didn’t need another thing to be alarmed by in 2020, the idea of an unknown, invasive, possibly noxious species being sent to American households certainly gives us one.

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