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Safe to operate: Tractor Safety Checklist

Accident prevention must be a top priority on farms today, especially when operating machinery like farm tractors. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 750 farm workers are accidentally killed each year, and more than half of these fatalities are tractor related.1 

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Preliminary YF&R summer conference schedule released

Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee has released a preliminary schedule of events for the group's summer conference July 10-11 in Stillwater.

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OKFB communications staff win national awards

The Oklahoma Farm Bureau Corporate Communications Division won top communications awards at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s Strategic Policy, Advocacy, Resources and Communications Conference June 16 through 18 in Charlotte, North Carolina. OKFB brought home the most awards, following Iowa and Texas.

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Invest in the right tools for safety

Choosing the right tool makes every job easier, and the same holds true for the critical job of helping to keep people safe. Identifying and eliminating safety hazards is the first step to help keep yourself and your team safe. An injury, accident or long-term illness could set your operation back, or worse, disable you from being able to perform the daily tasks necessary to maintain it.

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