Arizona ranching Articles




Smallhouse Urges Congress to Save Ranches, Federal Lands


The Carlink Ranch straddles the Lower San Pedro River and operates in the same location it did for more than 130 years ago.

Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Morin Family


The public’s idea of the cowboy and ranching is somewhat romanticized. There are times, that ranching is not romantic at all.

Cattle and Wildlife Hang Out Together!


Today in Arizona, you’ll find that our ranch families are stewards of habitat on public and private lands

Amazon's Big Food Move and One Arizona Rancher's Take


Considered a cyber Walmart, Amazon can demand lower prices from wholesalers because of the massive amounts ordered. Farmers and ranchers don't produce widgets, they produce food with limited resources.

Arizona Ranchers See Relief from Federal Water Extortion


By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau Outreach Director: Reintroduced in the U.S. House of Represe...

Picture Perfect Ranch Raised Kids


By Amber Morin, Arizona Farm Bureau Field Staff and Southeastern Arizona Rancher: Exposed to the re...

Food Equals Work, Work Equals Respect


By Amber Morin, Arizona Farm BureauField Manager: As an agriculturalist, I have a deep appreciation...

Meet Arizona Agriculture's Jim Parks


By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern with contributions by Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bure...

MeetArizona Agriculture’s Smallhouse Family


By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau: Diversity and adapting to change is the name of the game fo...

The Rancher and the Tortoise


By William “Bill” Dunn, An Arizona rancher: Have our worst fears come true in Arizona’s desert rang...