Farm Bureau Articles




Arizona Agriculture Loses Another Hero


On my hero list, I have those who I call the quiet heroes. Sylvia Manterola, who passed away last week, was one of those.

Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Lyman Family


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

Arizona Farm Bureau Earns National Recognition


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.

Perseverance is the Story of Agriculture


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.

Arizona Farm Bureau Leaders Elected


Rancher Stefanie Smallhouse was elected Arizona Farm Bureau President last week by voting delegates during the organization’s 96th Annual Meeting in Mesa.

Farm and Ranch Delegates to Farm Bureau’s Annual Convention Make the Difference


As an agriculture member, your vote carries the ultimate power in farm bureau.

Farm Bureau Leaders have Four Key Duties. Can You Name Them?


American Farm Bureau created FB University for county leaders to obtain key training through 5 learning Pathways.

Membership Matters: 5 Great Grilling Tips from AmeriGas


With tailgate season at hand, these five tips help you keep your grill ready for cooking.

Classic Arizona Thanksgiving Dinner Cost down 3% in 2016


Arizona Thanksgiving feast this year with all the trimmings will cost $46.27 for an Arizona family of 10 or around $4.63 per person. This is a decrease of $1.56 or about 3 percent less than the 2015 Arizona Thanksgiving meal ($47.83).

Arizona Food Prices are Down 10% from a Year Ago; 1% Down from most recent Quarter


Arizona retail food prices at the supermarket were down in the third quarter of 2016, according to the latest Arizona Farm Bureau Federation Marketbasket Survey. The informal survey shows the total cost of 16 basic grocery items was $48.72, down 54 cents or about 1 percent less than the second quarter of 2016.