Arizona Ag Articles

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Latest Census of Agriculture Releases: Highlights Across the Grand Canyon State

5/22/2019

There were 19,086 farms in Arizona in 2017, a decrease of 4.6 percent from the 2012 Census. Most of the decrease was in Maricopa and Pima counties. The Navajo Nation counties (Apache, Coconino, and Navajo) account for 62 percent of Arizona’s total farms.

Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Chuck and Judy Backus

5/21/2019

Time spent outdoors hiking and mountain climbing around the West and Mexico fueled Chuck's decision to want to eventually become a cattle rancher.

Top 6 Strategies to Avoiding Activist Disruptions at Livestock Shows

5/20/2019

Protestors have disrupted everything from the Royal Winter Fair and World Dairy Expo to county fairs and junior livestock shows.

Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Capream Dairy Team

5/13/2019

Broad and diverse, the latest example of the entrepreneurial spirit thriving in agriculture within our membership involves a rare breed of milk goat.

Tamping Down the Stress Level on the Farm

5/4/2019

A strong majority of farmers and farmworkers say financial issues, farm or business problems and fear of losing the farm impact farmers’ mental health, according to a new national Morning Consult research poll.

Let’s Pick Arizona Peaches, They’re Ready!

5/2/2019

Peaches from Schnepf Farms have been named and featured in Wine Spectator Magazine as the best in the country.

What to Know about GMOs

5/1/2019

While others are in development, there are 10 commercially available biotech crops in the U.S.

The Video: Arizona's Women in Agriculture

4/10/2019

Celebrating Arizona's women in agriculture.

Generational Arizona Farm Family Introduces Sheep Milk to Product Line

4/9/2019

Our Saturday morning on Rosie on the House was full of all sorts of wonderful information about Rovey Family Farms, sheep cheese and where you can find this fresh, local artisan cheese.

The Truth about Antibiotics in Meat

4/3/2019

When the animals Farmers and ranchers care about get sick, they are going to take care of them like they do their own kids.

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