Arizona Agriculture Labor Articles
Agriculture Labor During the Pandemic
The H-2A visa, an immigration program for temporary agricultural workers, is an essential way to meet the United States’ labor needs.
Food Prices and Arizona Agriculture Economy Tied to Labor Reform
By American Farm Bureau Federation with Contributions by Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau: An ap...
U.S. and Arizona Agriculture Productivity Keep Rising!
By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau: Arizona agriculture’s impact on the state’s economy now sta...
A Complete View of Immigration Reform for Arizona Agriculture
This editorial by Arizona Farm Bureau President Kevin Rogers recently first appeared online in the ...
Arizona Agriculture Concurs: ‘Time for Congress to Get Things Done!’
By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau: Farm Bureau is working hard to “Bring the Heat” during the ...
USDA’s Record Corn Crop Report: Its Impact on Arizona Agriculture?
By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau: The August World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (...
Arizona Agriculture Needs Legal, Available Labor
Arizona Farm Bureau is closely engaged in following Congress on the immigration and labor reform ef...
Arizona Agriculture and Water Cannot Live Without Each Other
In a recent editorial, Arizona Farm Bureau’s Joe Sigg said, “Agriculture has a much more storied re...
Unchecked Regulation Hinders American Growth and Prosperity
By Kevin Rogers, Arizona Farm Bureau PresidentRegulation is a fact of my business life whether it’s...