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Comanche County member shares benefits of USMCA with KSWO

Adam Bohl, a fifth-generation Chattanooga farmer and Comanche County Farm Bureau member, recently explained the impact of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement on farmers and ranchers in a story with KSWO 7 News in Lawton. The trade deal, which went into effect on July 1, replaces the previous North American Free Trade Agreement and is … Continue Reading ...

OKFB releases statement on SCOTUS decision in McGirt case

Oklahoma Farm Bureau President Rodd Moesel released the following statement after the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the McGirt v. Oklahoma case. “Though Oklahoma Farm Bureau is concerned by the potential implications of the court’s ruling on landowners throughout eastern Oklahoma, we are hopeful and confident that Oklahoma and its tribes can … Continue Reading ...

Holman named assistant director of public policy

Caylie Holman has been named an assistant director of public policy at Oklahoma Farm Bureau. In the new role, she will work alongside the public policy staff to advocate for Farm Bureau’s grassroots policy at the state Capitol. Holman joined the organization in 2018 as the south central field representative, where she served as a liaison … Continue Reading ...