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Bryan Hartman of Hartman Farms fills up his planter with seed. Our Arizona farmers and ranchers are busy growing things year around.

Bryan Hartman of Hartman Farms fills up his planter with seed. Our Arizona farmers and ranchers are busy growing things year around.

Arizona Farmers and Ranchers help you “Go Green” Using Every Day Products!

Arizona Farmers and Ranchers help you “Go Green” Using Every Day Products!

Do you ever wonder why ‪#‎AZ‬ farmers and ranchers are members of Arizona Farm Bureau? We have 29 answers for you! http://fillyourplate.org/…/29-arizona-farmers-and-ranchers…/

Check out the 29 Arizona agriculture farmers and ranchers and what they say about being Farm Bureau members.

Cattleman

To the people who think there "cowboys" and "cowgirls" just because they have boots and ride horses. A cattleman or woman can show you the real cowboy way

We are always thankful to the farmers and ranchers in AZ who work all summer long in the blistering heat to bring fresh fruits, vegetables and meats to our table! ‪#‎ThankAFarmerThursday‬ ‪#‎AZ‬

We are always thankful to the farmers and ranchers in AZ who work all summer long in the blistering heat to bring fresh fruits, vegetables and meats to our table!

Clint Hickman of Hickman's Family Farms shows two young aspiring farmers how to lovingly handle a laying hen. Hickman's chicks are lovely ladies and know how to produce wonderfully delicious eggs for thousands of Arizona families!

Clint Hickman of Hickman's Family Farms shows two young aspiring farmers how to lovingly handle a laying hen. Hickman's chicks are lovely ladies and know how to produce wonderfully delicious eggs for thousands of Arizona families!

Meet Arizona Agriculture's Over 100 Farm & Ranch Families

Meet Arizona Agriculture's Over 100 Farm & Ranch Families

Meet the people who farm your #Arizona #alfalfa!

Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Alfalfa Farmers

The Hohokam People, Ancient Arizona Farmers

The Hohokam were one of the first tribes in Arizona to give up the hunting and foraging lifestyle. The Hohokam were Arizona’s first farmers.

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