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OKFB volunteers pick potatoes to help fight hunger

Oklahoma Farm Bureau volunteers traveled to Erick, Oklahoma, July 15, to harvest 750 pounds of potatoes for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma to help Oklahomans struggling with hunger. The group worked with Beckham County Farm Bureau member Gale Thompson, who owns the potato fields, and Premium Source Ag, which leases and harvests the potato fields. 

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Two-day Farm Transition Workshop to take place in Stillwater

An intensive two-day workshop will take place on the Oklahoma State University campus in Stillwater Aug. 15-16. The workshop is geared toward family farmers and ranchers interested in learning how to develop and implement a successful farm transition.

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Webinars highlight entrepreneurship for rural America

The American Farm Bureau Federation, together with the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Global Social Enterprise Initiative, today announced a new online business training resource for rural entrepreneurs and Farm Bureau members. The series, launching with five webinars in 2014, is a key component of the Rural Entrepreneurship Initiative, a joint effort between AFBF and GSEI.

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Wilke named to Leadership Oklahoma Class XXVIII

Oklahoma Farm Bureau Executive Director Monica Wilke has been selected to participate in the next class of Leadership Oklahoma, a statewide organization of leaders who help shape the state's future.

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