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Legislative Update: From water to wild pigs

Since it snowed or rained across most of Oklahoma last week, I will give you all a break from talking about water for just a bit. However, this is not to say in any way shape or form that the recent rain and snow has anything to do with fixing our long-term solution to drought in Oklahoma. 

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Rep. Scott Biggs: HB 1104 is good for Oklahoma agriculture

Why is Oklahoma House Bill 1104 important to Oklahoma agriculture? Rep. Scott Biggs visited with us recently about the reasons why wild hogs need to be eradicated in our state. Below, we have included Rep. Biggs’ comments as six reasons why the “the pig bill” is good for agriculture.

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Oklahoma Farm Bureau names nine 2014 Champion Award recipients

Oklahoma Farm Bureau recognized nine of the state’s top agricultural advocates to receive the Oklahoma Farm Bureau 2014 Champion Award.

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Rural Opportunity Zone bill good for rural Oklahoma

The Oklahoma House of Representative passage of HB 1747 is being hailed by Farm Bureau as good for rural Oklahoma.  The bill allows for the creation of 25 Rural Opportunity Zones.  Beginning in 2016, this bill would allow for a five-year tax exemption for anyone who moves from out-of-state into a county projected to see a population loss.  The bill’s primary author is Rep. Tom Newell.

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