The Arizona Department of Agriculture has sought and garnered three separate legal opinions regarding the Supreme Court's impacts on the Department and its administration of the brand law.
We, as ranchers, must sit up and pay attention to what is going on around us if we expect to embrace the opportunities as they present themselves.
New data indicate that animals primarily consume foods not fit for human consumption and meat production requires less cereals than generally reported.
Arizona Farm Bureau fully supports the effort to move the industry to a more accurate, science-based method of determining carcass maturity.
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