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calendarOklahoma Legislature Adjourns
May 31, 2013
Farm Bureau Safety Seminar
June 11-13, 2013
Tatanka Ranch, Stroud
June 24-27, 2013
National AITC Meeting
June 25-28, 2013
FBW Nurse's Scholarship Deadline
July 1, 2013
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Farm Bureau reaches out to storm victims
Throughout much of the history of this great state, the family members of Oklahoma Farm Bureau have worked together, sharing the joys, and the sufferings that accompany everyday life. We are a statewide family with offices in all 77 counties to serve Oklahomans. The horrific storms serve as another reminder of how important it is to help each other when tragedy strikes.
The Oklahoma Farm Bureau and Affiliated Companies’ main office at 2501 N. Stiles, Oklahoma City, will serve as a collection point for donations to those affected by the storms. Critical items needed are bottled water, sports drinks, paper towels, disinfectant wipes, individually wrapped snack food, diapers, baby formula and work gloves. Clothing does not appear to be needed at this time. Beginning Wednesday, May 22, there will be a trailer on the west side of the building for donations that our staff will distribute to appropriate relief organizations.
farm bureau pleased with new farm bill efforts
“From the beginning of this farm bill discussion, we have stated our desire for an adequate income safety net with a strong crop insurance program,” said Mike Spradling, president of the Oklahoma Farm Bureau. “Crop insurance is extremely important for us, especially when you consider our variable weather conditions. We applaud the Senate and House Ag Committees for their swift and responsive actions this week.”
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OFB members explored the history, culture and agricultural industry of “Little Dixie” during the 2013 OFB Commodity Tour, March 25-27, in southeast Oklahoma. The three-day tour began in McAlester and continued on to Sardis Lake, Idabel and Poteau.
The second annual Oklahoma Farm Bureau Harvest Watch blog season is underway. The site features regular updates from six farm families as they experience the everyday joys and disappointments of planting and harvesting a crop and feeding and caring for livestock. Follow their journies on the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Harvest Watch blog page. Click on the Harvest Watch icon or visit this link for the latest updates.
Beef for Backpacks will use donated cattle to produce beef sticks for the Food Bank’s Food for Kids program.
2013 Oklahoma Legislative Session