Arizona Ag Articles

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Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Molovinsky Family

7/9/2019

On his love of agriculture: "I love the trial and error, and then being able to literally see and taste the fruits of your labor."

Crazy Market Conditions Create Ripe Opportunities for Value-Added Agriculture

6/26/2019

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) defines value-added products as a change in the physical state or form of the product; the production of a product in a manner that enhances its value, as demonstrated through a business plan.

A Fourth of July Family Tradition Down On an Arizona Family Farm

6/25/2019

25-year-old Connor Schnepf, the oldest son of Mark & Carrie Schnepf, is producing the HOMETOWN 4th of July and Mark & Carrie couldn’t be more thrilled.

Arizona Aggies Maintain Vigilance in Your Hiring Process

6/17/2019

Be vigilant and never cut corners on your hiring process, even if you need to hire someone quickly.

On the Radio with Arizona’s Capream Dream Team

6/13/2019

As Farm Bureau members, Capream enjoys the opportunities provided for them to talk about their goat herd, the quality of their products and the future of farming in Arizona.

In the Age of Digital Technology, Leadership Programs Remain Essential

6/12/2019

As long as these programs remain robust with our support, there will be no leadership crisis in agriculture or elsewhere.

Video: Ask an Arizona Farmer How to Save Water

6/11/2019

If you want to grow the Med Diet in the Desert, you need to let a farmer use water.

Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Hunt/Randall and Gorton/Vesci Families

6/11/2019

This profile shows the nexus between the beginner farmer and our historical agrarian roots so early in Arizona’s history can have a clearly defined story, legacy, and future.

Arizona is a Fruitful Desert

6/4/2019

Arizona's farmers and ranchers use climate, soil, and wise water management to make this desert state an efficient and highly productive agricultural state.

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.

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