Category Archives: Farm and Ranch Marketing

Travel Guide to Arizona’s Farms and Ranches

Check out the Arizona Farm Bureau’s new travel guide in this article here. This travel guide was created to cater to the growing number of people who are interested in seeing Arizona’s great farms and ranches. The article announcing the travel … Continue reading

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Sweet Corn Festival at Mortimer Family Farms

Locally owned Mortimer Family Farms announced today that it will be host their Sweet Corn Festival on August 17th and 18th in Dewey Az.  This festival will feature everything “CORN!” They will have entertainment for the entire family, to include: … Continue reading

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Connecting All Farm Types to Direct Marketing

By Julie Murphree  Not long ago, Bob McClendon, an organic produce grower in Arizona, had a clear and concise answer when asked how Arizona Farm Bureau could help small and local farmers and ranchers succeed. His reply: Help direct-market farmers … Continue reading

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July 2012 Foodiecast: The Voice of Agriculture

Welcome to this month’s Foodiecast.   Foodiecast scans the nation’s food scene to talk with leading producers, chefs, marketers, industry representatives and consumers to bring you the latest food trends. To learn more about the consumer-driven marketplace and its impact on agriculture, … Continue reading

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CSA’s in Arizona Growing in Popularity

With the increase in food prices, consumers everywhere are looking for ways to stretch their food dollar and get high quality, nutritious food for their families without breaking the bank. Another option is to invest in a community supported agriculture (CSA) program which provides all participants with healthy, locally grown produce many times at a lower overall cost because participants are buying straight from the farmer.

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