Arizona Ag Articles

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The Future of Food

11/6/2019

Some fun and interesting trends are shaping up in the food scene, according to a recent study.

It Took an Act of Congress to Get Us Thanksgiving

10/31/2019

Congress decided to officially set a fixed-date for the holiday because of an interesting calendar issue one year.

A Destiny Fit for a King

10/29/2019

Old pictures of the ranch and the Altar Valley area reveal a somewhat different landscape than what the most recent generation of Kings are used to.

Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Button Family

10/16/2019

Ramona Farms, established in the early 1970s, represents the convergence of modern and traditional farming.

The Science-based Benefits of Grazing on Public Lands

10/8/2019

Arizona's grazing rates are low because that's what the market will sustain.

Let’s Talk Pumpkins in Arizona Agriculture

10/2/2019

In Arizona, we’re celebrating pumpkins on so many of our family farms. The 2017 Census of Agriculture, the USDA’s most recent, shows 241 acres grew pumpkins in our state from 114 farms.

A Follow-Up Conversation with a Humanitarian: Howard Buffett

9/24/2019

Knowing the interesting things Howard Buffett was doing with research on the Willcox farm, I reached out to him these six years later.

The Faces of our Arizona Ranchers: Video

9/18/2019

Arizona Farm Bureau celebrates the faces of Arizona's ranch families.

WOTUS: The Old Rule Finally Finished

9/13/2019

Arizona Farm Bureau fully supports the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) decision to repeal the irrational and unclear 2015 Waters of the US Rule.

The Truth About Corporate Farms

9/10/2019

It takes a lot of produce, chickens, and cows, and pigs to feed you and me. So, we've built bigger barns.

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