Arizona Beef Blog

The biggest weekend for grilling is here and we want to make sure you are prepared to impress your friends and family! We’ve compiled resources for you which include recipes, grilling...

Arizona Culinary Institute students from the classes of Basic Culinary Skills, Meat Fabrication, and Baking filtered into a classroom of a different kind on an unseasonably chilly morning in May, ready...

Arizona Beef Council: Where you are located? I live in Stanfield (in between Casa Grande and Maricopa) but my husband and I partner on a desert ranch south of Buckeye and I...

Arizona Team Beef member Cami Schlappy is a mom, rancher, equestrienne, and fifth generation Arizonan. Meet Cami: Arizona Beef: What are your favorite ways to live a healthy, active lifestyle? Cami:...

Earth Day is an everyday thought for Arizona’s beef farmers and ranchers. This lists only includes 28 ways Arizona ranchers care for the environment, but we promise there are many other...

Photo by Kathy McCraine of Jim O’Haco Ranchers: Jim and Jeanne O’Haco. Arizona Beef Council: Where you are located? Jim O’Haco: Our ranch is located 30 miles south of Winslow, Arizona sitting...

Ranchers: John and Joan Murphy of the OX Ranch Ranch Location: 15 miles northwest of Congress, Arizona off the Date Creek Road. Arizona Beef: Tell us about your ranch. The Murphys: The...

We’d like to introduce you to Dan Bell, 48, of Nogales, Arizona. Arizona Beef: Tell us a little bit about yourself, your family and about your ranch: Dan Bell: I am...

This piece was written by Janice Bryson, a great asset to the many organizations she is part of including the Arizona State Cowbelles. Janice’s family has a long history in ranching...

Ranchers: My dad, Ruben Garcia, and I, Samuel Ruben Garcia, ranch on the Rancho La Playa, Rancho El Fresno, and Rancho Santa Gertrudis. My uncle Ramiro Garcia ranches on the Rancho La Higuerita...