Arizona Farmers and Ranchers Articles

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UArizona College of Veterinary Medicine Admits First Class

5/22/2020

the College of Veterinary Medicine received 518 applications and interviewed 244 applicants to fill 110 seats.

We Can Live Without Celebrities, Not Farmers: Experts in Ag Discuss COVID-19 Impact

3/26/2020

Rain or Shine or Virus, Farms and Ranches Supply Our Food Needs.

Guess What’s Growing in Arizona On an Old Football Field

3/10/2020

The system as an aquaponics closed-loop system using fish waste to fertilize the product. Right now, Merchant's Garden is the only USDA Certified Organic greenhouse system in Pima County.

Census 2020: Don't Get Passed Over For Rural Funding

3/5/2020

For several USDA programs, eligibility requires recipients to live in a rural area.

Farming's Recipe for Success

2/5/2020

Can you list agriculture's core ingredients?

Arizona Agriculture Celebrates the Passage of USMCA

1/16/2020

The USMCA vote comes just one day after the United States signed a new trade agreement with China, which promises to increase agricultural exports overseas by tens of billions of dollars.

Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Button Family

10/16/2019

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

Arizona Agriculture Works! The Video

8/21/2019

The diversity of Arizona agriculture is amazing. And, it all works!

Meet Arizona Agriculture's Jim Hartdegen

7/24/2019

While a Representative in the Arizona State Legislature from 1977 to 1991, aggie Jim Hartdegen served as Chairman of the Natural Resources and Agriculture Committee for a number of years.

Arizona Aggies Maintain Vigilance in Your Hiring Process

6/17/2019

Be vigilant and never cut corners on your hiring process, even if you need to hire someone quickly.

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