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The Antibiotic Marketing Scare

By Bailey Roden,  Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Are you worried about antibiotics being in your beef you purchase from the store? Well, I’m here to put that issue to rest. Many people all over the world have been falling for … Continue reading

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16 Remarkable Facts about Cows for National Cow Appreciation Day

July 14th is National Cow Appreciation Day. This is a day set aside to serve as a reminder of how special cows are. In recent months we have posted about the importance of eating beef as part of your healthy … Continue reading

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12 Little Known Facts About Beef

In Arizona, beef is our number one agriculture commodity bringing in around $850 million annually to our state. Our cattle ranches produce enough beef to feed over 4.6 million Americans every year. Arizona beef ranks in the top in quality … Continue reading

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Experience Arizona From A Different Point Of View With Arizona Dude Ranch Vacations

Arizona is known for its beautiful landscapes, some of the most popular being the Grand Canyon, The Painted Desert, and Monument Valley. We are a rugged, mountainous state and home to the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the world. … Continue reading

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Beef Cattle, So Much More Than Just A Hamburger

Arizona’s largest agriculture commodity is beef. Annually, Arizona ranches produce enough beef to feed over 4.6 million Americans. But, did you know beef cattle’s uses go far beyond what you put on your dinner table? Beef by-products enable us to … Continue reading

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