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Your source for news and legislation impacting Arizona Agriculture.

Arizona Farm & Ranch's Podcast Patrick Bray

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Your source for news and legislation impacting Arizona Agriculture.

    54th Legislative 2nd Regular Session - What to Expect

    54th Legislative 2nd Regular Session - What to Expect

    • 26 min.
    Motorcade for Trade and the US Mexico Canada Agreement with Angela Hoffman

    Motorcade for Trade and the US Mexico Canada Agreement with Angela Hoffman

    Farmer for Free Trade meet with Arizona Producers
    Patrick Bray sits down with Angela Hofmann, Co-Executive Director, and Carrie Phillips, Director of Policy and Partnership, from Farmers for Free Trade. The #MotorcadeforTrade made a stop in Buckeye, AZ at Heiden Land and Cattle/H4 farms to talk with producers about the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA). Angela and Carrie talk to our listeners about the USMCA deal and how they can get involved.

    • 19 min.
    Arizona Legislative Update May 20, 2019, with Patrick Bray

    Arizona Legislative Update May 20, 2019, with Patrick Bray

    Arizona Legislative Update May 20, 2019, with Patrick Bray

    The Arizona Legislature is 124 days into session and many of the Capitol railbirds are wondering when will the budget be completed and finally policy bills be done so we can sine die.  Patrick Bray discusses some of the larger policy issues from the legislative session along with what the budget looks like and what we can expect as the legislature comes to a close. 

    • 17 min.
    Fertilizer Privilege Tax with Representative Tim Dunn

    Fertilizer Privilege Tax with Representative Tim Dunn

    Arizona and Florida are the only two states that currently charge tax on fertilizer which is a critical input for crop production. Seeds, seedlings, roots, bulbs, cuttings and other propagative materials for use in commercially producing agricultural, horticultural, viticultural or floricultural crops in Arizona are exempt from the use tax on tangible personal property purchased and brought into Arizona for storage, use or consumption in Arizona.

    • 25 min.
    Drought Contingency Plan with David Cook

    Drought Contingency Plan with David Cook

    Summary:  The Arizona Legislative session opened this year with a hard deadline at the end of January to pass a Drought Contingency Plan (DCP) that would address the declining levels of Lake Mead.  This plan has been in the work for years outside of the legislative process but needed approval by the legislature so that the Governor and his staff could work on a larger plan with other Colorado River Water Users.

    • 24 min.
    Ethan Lane from the National Cattlemen's Beef Association Part 2

    Ethan Lane from the National Cattlemen's Beef Association Part 2

    Summary: In February of 2019 the US Senate passed the largest public lands package in over a decade. The 662-page package passed out of the US House and President Trump signed the bill in March of 2019.  This massive land package was old school deal-making in Congress permanently re-authorizing the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), expanding wilderness areas and park but did correct some long-standing issues like the Red River boundary issue and grazing disputes.

    • 26 min.

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