Arthur Pacheco probably represents one of the oldest farm family histories in Arizona.
Cotton planting is just around the corner in Arizona! And, cotton has been king in Arizona for 2,000 years thanks to the ancient Hohokam.
The Arizona Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee came to the rescue of the Ronald McDonald Houses covering in an area that was right up the alley of Arizona farmers and ranchers, certainly those in the cotton industry.
Ramona Farms, established in the early 1970s, represents the convergence of modern and traditional farming.
Arizona’s grown cotton for hundreds of years, thanks to the ancient Hohokam.
To make matters worse, right now cotton demand is weak while exports are uncertain.
These four primary sectors are agriculture, mining, fishing, and forestry.
Cotton is a renewable resource all along the supply chain including in the recycling process.
The attack was persistent, relentless, methodical and annually cost tens of millions of dollars and spread to other states.
The Meier’s family, beginning with his father, Bill, had always farmed hundreds of acres in what we’d consider close to the heart of Phoenix, much of it on land that now has houses instead of crops.