Monthly Archives: June 2010

Your Food Dollar and the Farmer’s Cut

By Kevin Rogers, Arizona Farm Bureau President My wife, Janel, does the grocery shopping for our family of five. She’s asking why her food budget dollars don’t go as far as they did just a year ago. The Arizona Farm … Continue reading

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Summer Ag Institute: Teachers Learn Hands On About Arizona Agriculture

This poem was written by Jerry Freed, one of the 20 teachers that attended the Farm Bureau’s Summer Ag Institute. Jerry teaches 6th grade at Cactus Middle School in Casa Grande. He says he has taught school for 25 years and still looks forward to going to school every day! There are some pretty lucky kids in Casa Grande.

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What’s in Season, Arizona?

There are so many fruits and vegetables in season in Arizona for the summer and into the fall! Check out the graphic below to see what is in season and how long it will be in season!

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Rescued Recipe: Short Ribs in Red Wine and Mushroom Sauce

If only my own Dad were here to sop up this mouthwatering meal! I can promise you, he would have ripped off a big hunk of fresh crusty Italian bread and mopped up every last drop of this slo-cooked Short Ribs in Red Wine sauce dish,

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Farmers; Ranchers Take Their Dog to Work Every Day

Every day is “Take Your Dog to Work Day” on the farm. Here are some heart-warming dog stories from farmers and ranchers.

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