Monthly Archives: May 2012

Celebrating the Centennial: God Didn’t Make the Land for the Purpose of One Single Species

  Arizona Farm Bureau continues its “Celebrating the Centennial” Series with the fifth article, “God Didn’t Make the Land for the Purpose of one Single Species.” This story profiles a ranch woman and is so much a part of ranching … Continue reading

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How to Eat for High Blood Pressure

Two thirds of our population are affected by high blood pressure (Image via Wikipedia) One in four Americans is affected by high blood pressure.  However, according to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, only about two-thirds of those with high … Continue reading

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6 Ways to Celebrate National Hamburger Month

Get your grills going and get ready to pay homage to one of America’s most beloved foods, the burger.  May is National Hamburger Month and here in Arizona that means another great opportunity to take advantage of the wide array … Continue reading

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National BBQ Month

When it comes to BBQ, everyone has their own ideas about what the right way to do it.  Some people feel the only way to truly BBQ is over charcoal while others are committed to grilling with gas.  Some believe … Continue reading

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Make Memorial Day Memorable

Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer and a great reason to get your friends and family together for a cookout.  It also offers another opportunity to celebrate National BBQ Month and grill up some of the fabulous locally … Continue reading

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