Latest in our ongoing series, this Arizona ranch family has been around since 1879.
Ranching on the border for years, Arizona rancher Jim Chilton was invited onstage at American Farm Bureau's Annual Meeting to tell an audience of 7,000 American farmers and ranchers why we need a border wall.
First published in October 2010, this story may have as much relevance for today as America debates the border wall as it did when first published.
Because of good management of the land, farmers and ranchers support wildlife.
Dairy cattle are bred and raised for their ability to produce milk and beef cattle are mainly raised for meat.
Here are some of Arizona farming's farmers and ranchers. From all backgrounds, starting points, and destinations.
In over 50 years Bill never missed a Pinal County Fair Junior Livestock Auction.
Some of the simplest strategies created and maintained by ranchers benefit wildlife and cattle.
Farming and ranching is a family affair. No wonder, since 99% of the farms and ranches in America are family owned and operated.
The Carlink Ranch straddles the Lower San Pedro River and operates in the same location it did for more than 130 years ago.