Arizona ranching Articles

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Governor Ducey has issued a “stay home” order for AZ – what does it mean for AZ Agriculture’s families?

3/30/2020

Food production, distribution, and sale are all defined as essential infrastructure operations, and food production, processing, cultivation, and manufacturing are defined as essential business operations.

Excuse Me, I Burped

2/12/2020

Greenhouse gas emissions by cattle barely register on the Richter scale.

Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Whit and Kelli Lann

1/28/2020

Kelli and Whit Lann are a young couple who live, work and ranch in Apache County.

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.

Grass Raised or Grain Finished, All Arizona Beef is Quality Beef

12/10/2019

Beef cattle spend most of their life grazing on grass pastures.

What Arizona Ranchers Can Expect from an Important Policy Center Designed to Support the Industry

11/12/2019

Current major issues faced by agriculture and natural resource industries include labor shortages, water use policies, and food safety.

Deadline Looms to Obtain Pasture, Rangeland and Forage Policy to Protect Your Ranch

11/5/2019

Your agent should take the time to explain and educate you on how this program works and to make sure it’s right for you.

A Destiny Fit for a King

10/29/2019

Old pictures of the ranch and the Altar Valley area reveal a somewhat different landscape than what the most recent generation of Kings are used to.

The Science-based Benefits of Grazing on Public Lands

10/8/2019

Arizona's grazing rates are low because that's what the market will sustain.

The Faces of our Arizona Ranchers: Video

9/18/2019

Arizona Farm Bureau celebrates the faces of Arizona's ranch families.

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