Arizona Cotton Articles

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Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Meier Family

8/14/2018

The Meier’s family, beginning with his father, Bill, had always farmed hundreds of acres in what we’d consider close to the heart of Phoenix, much of it on land that now has houses instead of crops.

Transform Now Available for Cotton

6/5/2017

By Ana Kennedy Otto, Arizona Farm Bureau Government Relations Manager: Thanks to a Section 18 Exemp...

Lauded as a Bipartisan Success Story, Omnibus Spending Bill Leaves Food and Fiber Safety Net at Risk

5/16/2017

By Chelsea McGuire, Arizona Farm Bureau Government Relations Director: On May 4, Congress passed an...

Arizona’s Looming Ag Water Shortage: A Farmer’s Perspective

4/4/2017

By Dan Thelander, Pinal County Farmer, Farm Bureau member and recipient of Arizona Farm Bureau's Fa...

Pick a Bale of Arizona Cotton

3/22/2017

By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau Communication and Organization Director: My work colleague, ...

“Why in God’s Name Are We Growing Cotton in the Desert?”

5/18/2016

By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau Communication Director: A New York reporter’s recent tweet p...

Arizona would Gain Millions in Economic Benefit if Trade Partnership Were Ratified

2/25/2016

From an agricultural perspective knowing that farming and ranching is a growth industry, the Trans-...

Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Pacheco Family

11/24/2015

By Julie Murphree and Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau: The Pacheco family probably has one of the...

Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Bales Family

9/1/2015

By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau Communication Director: I love history and when you read thi...

A Conversation about Water Strategy in Pinal County: Bryan Hartman

8/5/2015

By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau: Thanks to strategic planning by our farming forefathers, MS...

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