Arizona Ag Articles

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Keeping Our Eyes on the Future; Our Hearts in the Fight

8/20/2019

Lessons Learned from a Farm Boy Who Had Two Years and 24 Hours to Accomplish the “Impossible.”

Arizona’s High Cotton Status Might Be the Worst Possible Outcome During Current Trade Wars

8/15/2019

To make matters worse, right now cotton demand is weak while exports are uncertain.

Playing Catch Up on Arizona Water Management Plans

8/14/2019

Long story short: there’s a lot of work to be done, and not much time to do it.

Arizona Farm Bureau President Applauds Trump Administration Updates to the Endangered Species Act

8/12/2019

The finalization of these rules is a very positive sign of progress towards a more sensible implementation of the Endangered Species Act.

Arizona Bean Farmers Suggest You Eat More Beans!

8/7/2019

The USDA recommends that adults eat more than three cups of beans each week for maximum health benefits, three times more than the current average American consumes.

Arizona Agriculture’s Tomatoes are Tops in the Nation

8/5/2019

Arizona’s $14.1 million makes our state the sixth-highest greenhouse tomato producer in the U.S.

Arizona Agriculture is at the Top of our State's Primary Sectors

8/2/2019

These four primary sectors are agriculture, mining, fishing, and forestry.

Remember the Basic Elements of a Business Plan

8/1/2019

According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, The business plan is the document that maps out the details of your business.

Tough Market Conditions Ripe Environment for Value-Added Arizona Agriculture

7/31/2019

As more and more farms and ranches and more and more of agriculture tries to connect food to consumers, we’ll have more of the public’s embrace.

Higher Limits Now Available on USDA Farm Loans

7/26/2019

The recent Farm Bill Increased Limits and Makes Other Changes to Farm Loans.

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