Arizona Farming Articles

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The Faces of Arizona Agriculture's Produce Farmers

2/19/2020

Today, we celebrate Arizona's produce farmers: Organic, conventional, small and large farms, direct market and commodity market. Our fruit and vegetable farmers help contribute to this state's economy!

Your High Flavor Taste Buds and One Foodie’s Take

2/18/2020

Consumers want more flavor and also want to know the health benefits of the variety of foods we have access to in America.

Arizona Farm Bureau Pleased with Redefined WOTUS

1/24/2020

This long and complicated history of the previous rule left Americans, including farmers, confused and uncertain about where federal jurisdiction ends and where state authorities begin, causing many landowners to hire teams of attorneys to tell them how to use their own land.

Arizona Pistachios: A Healthy Nut!

1/22/2020

Arizona's pistachio nuts are a healthy, versatile and tasty nut!

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.

Milking the Word Milk: Video

1/8/2020

We have an honest discussion about the use of the word milk in the beverage industry.

Getting to the Root of the Root Vegetables

1/7/2020

Most root vegetables are available all year, but the peak season is fall through spring, except for beets, which are the best summer through fall.

Five Interesting Facts about Eggs

12/18/2019

One of the most economical forms of protein, eggs are loaded with vitamins and minerals

Arizona Ag Leaders Raise $5,000 to Comfort Kids in Cotton

12/17/2019

The Arizona Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee came to the rescue of the Ronald McDonald Houses covering in an area that was right up the alley of Arizona farmers and ranchers, certainly those in the cotton industry.

U.S. China Trade Agreement Big Win: Phase One

12/14/2019

China imports $1 billion directly from Arizona and of that $49 million is Arizona agricultural goods.

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