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Texas County Farm Bureau to host hot dog feed May 1 to kick off Guymon Pioneer Days

Texas County Farm Bureau will host a free open house and hot dog feed to kick off this year’s Guymon Pioneer Days on Monday, May 1 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

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Oklahoma teacher recognized as 2017 White-Reinhardt Educator Scholarship recipient

Zena Lewis, a teacher from Owasso Public Schools, was recently selected by the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture as one of 11 educators to receive a $1,500 scholarship to attend the National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference.

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Farm Bureau praises Sonny Perdue confirmation as Secretary of Agriculture

April 24, 2017–“Oklahoma Farm Bureau today congratulates Sonny Perdue on his vital new role as U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. Now more than ever, farmers and ranchers need a powerful voice for agriculture in Washington, D.C. As a farmer and agribusinessman, Perdue understands firsthand the needs and challenges facing agriculture and rural America. We have faith Perdue will work hard on behalf of farmers, ranchers and consumers across the country.

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Blaine County Farm Bureau awards three $2,000 scholarships

The Blaine County Farm Bureau recently awarded three $2,000 scholarships to local high school seniors who plan to pursue a higher education degree in agriculture after graduation.

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