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OKFB members take farm bill, EPA, security concerns to Washington D.C.

Farm bill implementation, EPA overregulation and national security were among the top concerns for the 53 Oklahoma Farm Bureau members and staff who attended the annual OKFB Congressional Action Tour in Washington D.C. April 11-16. The group gathered in our nation’s capital to discuss policy with their United States elected officials.

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OKFB members join ad campaign, urging Right to Farm passage

Oklahoma Farm Bureau members have teamed up with Protect the Harvest to ask Oklahomans to call their state legislators, urging the passage of Right to Farm.

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Simmons, Swartz and Stuart join OKFB Federation staff

Three new faces have joined the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Federation staff since the beginning of the year. Cheyenne Simmons and Zac Swartz were hired by the Membership and Organization Department, and Sarah Stuart joined the Public Policy Department, respectively.

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Buchanan Editorial: Right to Farm protects our farming and ranching heritage

Oklahoma is a rural, agricultural state with a multibillion-dollar agriculture industry. It would seem logical for agriculture producers to have the right to produce food and fiber using the latest, research-proven techniques. That’s why Oklahoma Farm Bureau, the state’s largest farm group, supports House Joint Resolution 1012, co-authored by state Rep. Scott Biggs, R-Chickasha, and state Sen. Jason Smalley, R-Stroud.

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