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Walton joins OKFB communications

Walton, a native of Amber, OK, graduated from Oklahoma State University with a bachelor’s degree in animal science and a master’s degree in agricultural communications. After writing her thesis on the organization’s Oklahoma Country magazine, Walton knew the Oklahoma Farm Bureau was a perfect fit.

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Canton joins OKFB communications

Canton, a native of Washington D.C., graduated from the Art Institute of Washington with a bachelor’s degree in graphic design. Canton brings a wealth of experience in design and branding having worked with several companies such as: Food Marketing Institute, The Arlington Alexandria Coalition for the Homeless, the Bridge to Freedom Foundation, and most recently Petra Industries.

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OKFB President Tom Buchanan issues statement on veto of feral hog control bill

“Oklahoma Farm Bureau is disappointed in Gov. Mary Fallin’s veto of SB 1142, which would have allowed landowners to remove feral hogs from their property at any time without a permit.

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OKFB Breaks Ground on 75th Anniversary Commemorative Courtyard

The courtyard, which will be installed at the OKFB home office in Oklahoma City, will commemorate 75 years of Oklahoma Farm Bureau while highlighting the county Farm Bureaus. The Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation is offering personalized brick pavers to individuals and businesses for a $100 donation. The pavers will provide the foundation for the courtyard. The outdoor space will also include a pillar that will contain soil from each of the 77 Oklahoma counties. The theme for the courtyard is “Bringing generations together by honoring the past and paving the way for the future.”

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