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More than 1,400 students compete in YF&R livestock judging contest

The Oklahoma Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers committee hosted more than 1,400 students during its annual Oklahoma State Fair livestock judging contest Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018, in Oklahoma City.

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OKFB Legal Foundation, other ag organizations file application in support of private property rights

The Oklahoma Farm Bureau Legal Foundation, along with a coalition of agricultural organizations, this week filed an application supporting private property rights in a lawsuit between county commissioners and oil and gas companies. 

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OKAgFund endorses Stitt for governor, expands support for other candidates

A grassroots committee comprised of OKFB members from around the state, the OKAgFund contributed an additional $29,500 in financial support to statewide candidates. The committee increased financial support for eight candidates and gave first-time financial support to 25 candidates.

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OKFB president: Farmers want to sell commodities, not receive government payments

Oklahoma farmers would rather sell their commodities than receive government payments, Oklahoma Farm Bureau President Rodd Moesel said in an interview with KFOR News Channel 4 on Monday.

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