Property Rights Articles
Ever Wonder How Ranchers Maintain Our Public Lands for Highest and Best Use
In a recent interview with RFD-TV, Arizona Farm Bureau President Stefanie Smallhouse answered several questions about the relationship of our ranchers on public lands.
Arizona is An Open-Range State, But ...
No-fence districts are established by the County Board of Supervisors.
Arizona Agriculture: An Often Ignored Success Story (1)
One of the greatest resources of this country is our inspiration – an idea every time you turn around.
A Spark of Optimism for Ag Labor Reform
Farmers and ranchers need a reliable workforce to produce food for America, and accept that most of the workers they need come from other nations. It has been a long time coming, but U.S. lawmakers are increasingly recognizing this as well.
Property Rights and the Paradox of Power
By Joe Sigg, Arizona Farm BureauIn the past we have discussed “property rights” in terms of its importance in the creation of capital. In a defining book about the subject, “The Mystery of Capital” by Hernando de Soto, his thesis was that countries would be perpetually poor if they do not have three things: 1) respect for private property; 2) ...