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Arizona Agriculture Facts-AZ Farm Bureau

Arizona ranks second in the U.S. in head lettuce, leaf lettuce, romaine lettuce, cauliflower and broccoli production.

Arizona has more than 15,400 farms and ranches across the state.

Dairy is Arizona's leading agricultural product.

Arizona produces enough beef annually to feed over 4.6 million Americans.

215 pairs of jeans can be produced from 1 bale of cotton grown in Arizona.

Yuma, Arizona is the winter lettuce capital of the world.

Nationally, Arizona ranks second in the production of lemons, third in tangerine production.

In 2010, there was an average of 177,000 milk cows in Arizona with a yearly milk production of 23,441 pounds per cow.

Arizona has a $12.4 billion agricultural industry.

Arizona apple growers produce 94.5 million pounds of apples each year.


Market Days Time Location Schedule
2nd Saturday Maricopa Market
2nd Saturday monthly 8am - 12pm
7am - 10am
Sequoia Pathway Academy Nov - May
March - May
Alpacazona Farm
33117 W Peters & Nall Rd-Alpaca Fleece Year Round
Casa Grande Farmer’s Market Tuesday 9am-3pm Florence & 4th St, Casa Grande Winter Months
Oracle Farmer’s Market Saturday 9am - 12pm 2805 N Triangle L Ranch Year Round
Foote's Hold Dairy
5850 N Dudleyville Rd-Goat milk/cheese  Year Round
Lucky Nickel Ranch Farmers Market - Certified Organic Saturday 9am - 1pm 7361 S Linda Lou Rd Eloy November - May 
Stagestop Marketplace Sunday 9am - 2pm 44301 W Maricopa-Casa Grande Hwy Year Round
San Tan Valley Farmers' Market  2nd Saturday of each month 7am - 12pm 2505 E Germann Rd
Combs High School
2nd Saturday
of each month
Heirloom Farmers Market
Oro Valley
Saturday 9am - 1pm

10901 N Oracle Rd

Year Round

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