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AZFB Communication Intern Position Available


Are you looking for a fun and rewarding experience while attending college?

Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund Shows Aggies Have Big Hearts


The area declared a disaster area by Hurrican Harvey by Texas Gov contains about 1.2 million cattle, which is roughly 27 percent of the state’s cowherd.

Arizona Farm Bureau's 96th Annual Convention


Arizona Farm Bureau's 96th Annual Convention will be this November 1, 2 and 3. Farm Bureau members from throughout Arizona will set policy, elect leaders, hear informational and political speakers, attend awards and recognition events and learn about the latest agriculture products at the Ag Trade Show.

Farm Bureau Scholarships Available


Paying for college can be cumbersome for many students, and student debt is a burden that many parents do not want their children saddled with.

Arizona Agriculture in 30, 60 and 180 Seconds!


Three new videos tell the Arizona Agriculture Story!

What Does Farm Bureau Get You? It Gets You Time.


Time is truly our most valuable Resource. Stolen or recklessly given away, we lose. But one organization helps us multiply our time; the Farm Bureau

Arizona Food Prices are Down 3% in the Fourth Quarter of 2016;  8% cheaper from one year ago


Arizona retail food prices at the supermarket were down in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to the latest Arizona Farm Bureau Federation Marketbasket Survey. The informal survey shows the total cost of 16 basic grocery items was $47.07, down $1.65 or about 3 percent less than the third quarter of 2016.

Arizona Cotton Growers Looking to Fill Executive-Level Position


A search is underway for a qualified candidate to serve as the Executive Director to the Arizona Cotton Growers.

Two Days to Explore Arizona


Farm families attending the American Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in January in Phoenix may have decided to stay over a few extra days. We've got some travel ideas for you.

Half Day to Explore Arizona


If you’ve only got half-a-day to visit Arizona, you’re going to have to really pick and choose what you want to do. First, determine what kind of person you are: A foodie, and adventurer, a kid at heart, or a shopper.