There are many benefits to being a member of the Farm Bureau and one of them is the discounts offered by our farmers featured on Fill Your Plate.org. Across the state, you can stretch your food dollar while contributing to the success of Arizona farmers by taking advantage of these member only discounts. Here are a few Arizona farmers and the discount or special offer they give to Farm Bureau members.
Ash Creek Ranch in Dewey raises Black Angus cattle including both corn and grass fed cattle. Specializing in tender, flavorful 100% natural beef, Ash Creek provides online ordering and offers a 10% discount to Farm Bureau members. Contact Ash Creek Ranch by phone at 928. 925.6653 or online at www.ashcreekranches.com.
Granite Creek Vineyards/Prairie Sun Farm is located in East Chino Valley and offers certified organic wine and produce. The award winning winery has been operating since 1975 and is open Friday through Sunday. Farm Bureau members can get a free wine glass during their visit. For more information, find them online at www.granitecreekvineyards.com.
Carlink Ranch in Benson raises cattle, and grows alfalfa, hay, and vegetables. Operating since 1884, the ranch also offers a u-pick vegetable area in November that allows visitors to pick their own corn, pumpkins, watermelon, and squash. A discount is available for Farm Bureau members, call 520.850.8250 for discount details. Find them online at www.ohwy.com.
Briggs & Eggers Orchards in Wilcox sells fresh farm produce by the box. They offer quality peaches, pears and apples and offer a $1.00 discount off each box of produce purchased by Farm Bureau members. You can purchase online via their website at www.briggs-eggers.com or at their farm stand which is open from 8-5 on weekdays.
Schnepf Farms can be found in Queen Creek and sells their wares through a Country Store, Toy Shop, Sweet Shop, and the Schnepf Family mercantile. As a 4th generation Arizona family farm and a Designated Arizona Treasure, the farm provides a historical perspective, educational opportunities, and high quality produce. Visit Schnepf Farm or any of their shops or stores and receive a 10% discount with your Farm Bureau card. Find them online at www.schnepffarms.com.
K&B Farms in Cottonwood grows and sells fresh produce, goats, and pigs and is open from the start of summer until December. Their farm fresh products can be purchased at farmer’s markets in Prescott, Yavapai, Flagstaff, and Cottonwood. Farm Bureau members can receive a 10% discount off purchases of $25 or more. For more information, email the farm at email@example.com.
You don’t have to be a farmer to join the Arizona Farm Bureau and take advantage of all of the benefits membership has to offer. Nonfarm “Associate” memberships are only $35 a year. For more information go to: http://azfb.org/become-member.html.
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