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.
Klingenberg bought his first field of 40 acres in 1965 and continued to work for Valley Seed for 14 years.
Time has become so valuable in our lives and that’s where Farm Bureau comes in for Arizona's farmers and ranchers.
Arizona Farm Bureau membership dollars benefit You and Arizona Agriculture ... even if you're not an Arizona Farm Bureau member. Join the Farm Bureau family and ensure agriculture stays in our beautiful state.
Arizona Delegates from County Farm Bureaus around the state discuss and vote on policies that lead Farm Bureau’s work on key issues that will impact agriculture.
The Arizona Farm Bureau and the Association of Arizona Food Banks joined forces to report how important the passage of a Farm Bill in 2018 is to all Americans, and certainly Arizona families.
On my hero list, I have those who I call the quiet heroes. Sylvia Manterola, who passed away last week, was one of those.
Currently, the new Gila County Farm Bureau President, Lyman also just finished her leadership as chair of Arizona Farm Bureau’s Young Farmer and Rancher last November
AZFB received American Farm Bureau Federation’s prestigious Pinnacle Award, the highest honor a Farm Bureau state can be awarded for program and membership achievement.
Arizona Farm Bureau's new president, Stefanie Smallhouse, upon taking office proposed that when we speak with one voice, we are powerful because of our diversity.